Lord Dirt has won 7,831 Achievements and 10 Challenges in 242 games and 6 apps
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I feel like this should have been part of the base game (side missions), and not a DLC.
it was really easy and I should of been too
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I am treating these as side missions to the actual game. So far, so good. Did you guys let Ra's die or did you bring him back?
... and how the hell do you start the Mr. Freeze mission?
... and already I don't like how the batmobile controls.
... then you're gonna hate the majority of this game.
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your not the first person to complain about the batmobile its a common remark about the game but i liked it i thought it was a good adition to the game
Lol... because everyone knows when RT accelerates, the "X" button should be reserved for the brakes.
Then you get around 7 different DLC Batmobile packs and 3 of the AR challenge types invoke the batmobile. If you can put the batmobile aside, it is a good Arkham game.
(...*sadder face*...) Yeah, I couldn't figure out how to reverse (I still don't do it, since it's counter-intuitive) Too many functions, not enough buttons and the
handling on this thing is terrible. It reminds me of GTA IV.
Beautiful to look at, but puzzles are uninspired. This game is no Myst. Also, the "twist" (if it can be called that) ending was done better in Spec Ops; The Line with a
lot more subtlety. Not bad for an indie game, though. It's also very short, but I don't know if that's a plus or a negative given the very chatty protagonist.
you better be playing this with your wife!@
I am, indeed! It's a sure-fire way to hate your spouse.
At first we started playing with our five-year-old, but he wasn't doing too well, so now it's just me and the wife.
How is this game? I am thinking about starting it soon.
I really enjoyed it. A really basic setup for its puzzles that it mines pretty effectively for some complicated results. Short and sweet.
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Well, I think I'm about half-way through already, but so far, it reminds me of Myst, but with a super-chatty protagonist and not-as-clever puzzles.
i enjoyed they puzzles being not so difficult. I remember Myst and some of those were insanely hard. I thought the protagonist was the most interesting thing about the ga
@'Buri; I think the Myst puzzles were hard because we were a lot younger back then and had never been challenged in that manner. If Myst came out today, I think we'd do a
lot better than our inexperienced, 15-year-old selves.
yes, that is probably why. I remember the puzzles being tough for my mother as well. She had a go at the game, but then she wasn't a gamer.
Yeah, that protagonist...Had to mute him, his simpering drove me mad
Not simpering, wittering
But he was probably simpering too
he wasn't as bad as Oxenfree's whiney little bitch
Note to self: Do not play Oxenfree.
Oxenfree is my GOTY 2016. Fight me bros.
Note to self: Play Oxenfree.
Seriously you will slit your throat. Or at least consider it.
Choose which one of us you love moreeeee
I am not telling him this so he can love me more, I am telling him because I believe I know he will hate this game. I am only trying to save him.
Perhaps the flippant nature of my post didn't translate. May I ask who is the "whiny bitch" in the game though?
the protagonist. I hated her voice. It wasn't that she was whiny but rather whined as she talked. Maybe whiny was the wrong word now that think of it.
and well, bitch might have been taking it too far. So I will say, her 'voice' and pathetic dialouge, and endless yapping will make you wanna 'consider' jumping from
a very tall building.
Well, NOW I have to play this game because you people got me curious.
The "Halo 3" of the Mass Effect series ties up most loose ends nicely. The Citadel was this game's "Lair of the Shadow Broker." Not bad.
so now your done what did you think of the ending and did you watch the extended ending also
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I'm still mulling it over. There's a lot to take in, especially considering the first two games. I wasn't able to see the original ending since the X1 wouldn't let me
play the game without installing the extended cut ending, so I'll have to look up a youtube video of what the original endings looked like.
But you hated Muscles McLargeHuge right? It sucked not having a Krogan or anyone from ME2 available
i had a krogan
The hell you did during the main game.
ill be honest its been a long time since i played the story but pretty sure i was rocking around with the krogan and garrus as my team
James Vega and Diane Allers: The 2 most forgettable characters in the ME universe.
Yeah, James Vega was not only a waste of space, but the "stereotypical token Hispanic" thing made me cringe. He was as forgettable as Kaiden. I can't imagine anyone
willingly putting this guy in their party unless they had to. They should have let you play with a Krogan in ME3. Those guys are tanks. On the bright side, Javic the
Prothean had some incredibly amusing dialogue (especially when Liara was around) that kind of made up for the lack of Krogan entertainment.
oh forgot about javic i liked him he was a good character in the team. just so were clear there was no krogan to play with in 3??? he was in it tho as a npc tho right???
Yes, Deathproof. There was no playable Krogan in ME3. Grunt and Wrex were NPCs. I'm 100% sure about this since I finished the game a couple weeks back.
no i believe you but i thought i played 3 as a krogan but after durden saying i didnt it made me remember meeting wrex as a npc only in the game
Decent story. Good execution. A little on the bland side and too many pointless collectables. Still, not as engrossing as Alan Wake as far as psychological thrillers go
Nothing compares to Alan Wake. I hate that Remedy decided to forego a sequel. They must have taken advice from Valve studios.
I'm disappointed that they aren't doing a sequel to a game that they purposely left off in suspense. The atmosphere and mythos keeps you hinged on the game. The worst
thing they could have ever done in Alan Wake is to explain all the mysteries away. Still, I'm hopeful we'll get an Alan Wake 2 one day that can recapture that spark.
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