Est Deus Irae has won 8,618 Achievements in 329 games
Registered on 12 Oct 09
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What a terrible piece of shit!
that bad? i picked it up when it was on sale...
Battered Spouse v3.4
Played for 576 hrs 29 mins.....
It's a failed minecraft-wannabe and a pointless experiment with weak developer support. It was born to die quickly. So their idea was to get players to buy insanely
expensive digital walls and props, only to build a lifeless box full of pointless buildings and walls. So you build a city using your AWSOME star wars walls you bought
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for 30 dollars. Then what? It's purely cosmetic thing you build, like drawing a picture, then being done with it. It's lifeless, there's nothing to do aside from building
them. It controls as casually as a Lego-game, so the gameplay is as basic as it can be. The user experience is shit. The building is confusing and difficult.
The menus are hard to navigate, and are filled with shitty demos promoting expensive little games that most likely won't offer much content.
I should have rated it like 1/5, but it's filled with Disney owned music that plays all the time, like Star Wars and the numerous movie franchises they own,
and I like movie music a lot, so it gets a point for that.
And I must add, don't start this if you have a shitty computer. This game crashes constantly and runs like shit if you don't have a gaming graphics card like GeForce.
I wouldn't really compare it to Minecraft. This was 100 times more fun than Minecraft.
I don't like Minecraft or this, but I just felt the building, community interaction etc. probably works much better in Minecraft.
Well Minecraft got more attention mostly because it was hyped to hell and it's easier to access since you don't need to keep buying toys for it to get new stuff.
I'd say games like Disney Infinity, Lego Dimensions, etc are more comparable to what Project Spark was.
Ok, so you build your toy box. How do you get your satisfaction, just curious. You can't manage it like Sim City. You can't defend it from enemies like many games.
What keeps you going back there, other than feeding your sidekicks some food.
This is quite fast to complete, maybe even 6-8 hours, if you do it properly. First, unlock the other achievements aside from the feats. Then, grind all the fast feats,
maybe the 45 or 50 of them. After that they get progressively slower. Then, delink your disney account from your Xbox profile in the options-menu.
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Then go to infinity.disney.com, create a new disney account and link that to your Xbox Profile on profile settings. Then, start doing the feats from scratch.
Doing the same feats again adds more progress on the achievement app, so you can just do the same easy crap again to complete the game.
Until next time...............
You're like a battered spouse with that game.
Well that's the cap hit on the 360. So now I will only be battered by one platform!
This is a better game release than the original Halo 5 as it doesn't include the shitty campaign. And that is worth a boost to the rating.
And here I thought that the campaign was the only positive thing in 5. The multiplayer is utter shit compared to previous ones.
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