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- Mar 4, 2013
Jason Venter takes on Demonaica in this video review for A Valley Without Wind 2.
I can't stress this enough- these are the most awful, broken gamepad controls I've ever used. And the review specifically praises gamepad support... So I'm confused, and unsure if I was even playing the same game the reviewer was..
This game is awful, true:
But the only reasons you can come up with are graphics and animation?
Why do you have a gamespot account, really? If those are the first two things that come to your mind, all you need to know to decide whether you like a game is to look at a trailer on youtube.
different people have a different priorities in their video games standards.
I care much about graphics and animation and if they are good then i'll go to the next standards such as gameplay, multiplayer sound effects....etc then i'll decide if am gonna play the game or not.
So maybe those are the first two things comes to my mind but not the only things thats gonna make me decide to play a game or not but yeah they are my priorities we are in 2013 maybe there is guys out there still like this kind of classical graphics games i dont know but not me.
and u r right i watch youtube gameplays and trailers to check out good looking games but i'll stil check their ratings here or on other sites because there are games out there with amazing graphics but gameplay is so awful and boring.
thats why i have a gamespot account... oh and another reason i just like the layout and the backgrounds of gamespot :p
@LtReviews Yes, because Gamespot clearly never favorizes graphic and animation over anything else. If anything, some of their reviews (Tomb Raider) actually look like the journalist just saw the trailer then read the studio's promo-booklet.