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#46 - Since everyone already mentioned the body movements I'm just g…  [+] (1 reply) 10/25/2016 on black magic +21
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#66 - inkoma (10/26/2016) [-]
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#56 - I think they forced you to fight even more in the first game. …  [+] (1 reply) 06/18/2016 on Mirror's Edge 0
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#61 - aliennova (06/18/2016) [-]
"The game got harder if you tried not to fight towards the end" That's how these type of games are supposed to work man, they're supposed to get harder the further you get
#27 - Man I hate people like you who live in nostalgia. Mirrors Edge…  [+] (12 replies) 06/18/2016 on Mirror's Edge +17
#42 - herecomesjohnny (06/18/2016) [-]
I'm like 6 hours in and I'm fucking loving it
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#34 - northleech (06/18/2016) [-]
Agreed, about 60% in I stopped doing sidequests because I didnt find them fun and just played through the story because thats what I enjoyed. The game didnt punish me for it one bit, as no upgrade i skipped was mandatory.

Its not like "you gain the ability to fly" if you do a sidequest, you just get more HP or something.
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#33 - aliennova (06/18/2016) [-]
I still prefer the old game. Yes the story: had a budget, short, and unmemorable. The new one just doesn't have a budget and is longer with some shitty character personalities. The combat is simplified to press a button, then go through an animation where you're invincible and the game forces you to do it. The old one was simply pressing a button, but you had to do it at just the right time or you were going to get fucked up and they didn't force you to do combat Minus that one level in the parking garage that everybody agree's didn't need it .
And they're probably going to riddle the game with DLC
#56 - killerkost (06/18/2016) [-]
I think they forced you to fight even more in the first game. The game actually got harder if you tried not to just shoot everybody in the face. In the new ME i find myself running away more often than fighting which is more fun and also easier a lot of times due to the traversal attacks and focus shield. So you kinda get rewarded for doing what a runner should do. Run away and not grabbing an m249 and just brrrrrrrt everything.

As for the DLCs I am already happy that there most likely will be some, because that means more content. I hate DLCs when a game is only finished by the means of DLCs (SW Battlefront) but when it is about extra content, I kinda like it.

But I get u all in all, the old game has it's charme and will always have a special place in my memory.
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#61 - aliennova (06/18/2016) [-]
"The game got harder if you tried not to fight towards the end" That's how these type of games are supposed to work man, they're supposed to get harder the further you get
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#35 - northleech (06/18/2016) [-]
"they are probably going to rid the game with DLC"

If thats one of your reasons for not liking the game, then you are clearly on the "EA sucks ass so this game does too" bandwagon.

Its one thing when they dont have an ending and that ending can be bought as DLC, its another when the game has a nice story and ends with that story.
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#36 - aliennova (06/18/2016) [-]
Nice job forgetting I had other reasons for not enjoying it as much as the last game.
I'm still going to buy the DLC as I did enjoy the game, I just didn't enjoy it as much as I did the old one.
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#38 - northleech (06/18/2016) [-]
And I respect that, thats why I said "one of the reasons", because that one carries a whole lot of bias.

Its like saying Dark Souls 3 is a bad game because its probably going to be riddled with DLC. As long as said DLC doesnt take away from the original game or is pay to win, who cares?
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#43 - aliennova (06/18/2016) [-]
I just don't agree with how EA and most businesses do DLC, they sell them as extra bits of the game that should/could have been in launch a couple months ago, where I think DLC should be sold much later in a games life so it doesn't feel like the ripped part of the game out and sold it desperately.
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#37 - aliennova (06/18/2016) [-]
I just reread your comment and realized you said "one of your reasons" I'm an idiot sorry.
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#40 - northleech (06/18/2016) [-]
Welp, didnt get that one in time, now I feel like an idiot as well.
#31 - tehavatar (06/18/2016) [-]
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#64 - I mean this is actually hardly vandalizing. It's almost an imp…  [+] (1 reply) 06/10/2016 on Soviet Monuments +2
#88 - comradewinter (06/10/2016) [-]
The monument doesn't represent the Soviet rule, it was the Soviet victory against Germany. Do we burn down the Palace of Versailles because it represents gluttony in the face of famine?

Even if it looks good and artful, it remains vandalism as you're messing with someone else's property. Moreover, people would throw a hissy fit if it was an American soldier monument that was defiled. These soldiers died fighting. If you wanna complain about Soviet rule, vandalize a Stalin or Lenin statue.