inFAMOUS: SS Hype Thread | (GS 8.0 Hype Met) 56k Warning

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#1801 Posted by Animal-Mother (26420 posts) -

Game looks really good. Shame it's hard to output high quality to facebook of all places but it's nice to have.

Also one thing that has been improved vastly is traversal. From neon to smoke getting around has never been so easy in an infamous game.

#1802 Posted by CyberLips (1807 posts) -

I love how everyone compares Second Son with Titanfall.

A single player game with a multiplayer only game.

An exclusive with a multiplat. Bacause Titanfall will never be X1 exclusive, no matter how much you cry. Sorry. :/

#1804 Edited by Animal-Mother (26420 posts) -

@Rage010101 said:

@lostrib said:

@seanmcloughlin said:

@lostrib said:

...aren't all video games just sitting and wasting time?

Considering how vague and broad videogames can be I'd say no

Well I mean if we boil them down to just sitting there not earning any money, then they would be a waste of time.

But time I enjoyed wasting, isn't really wasted

Good point. It's dumb to say you're wasting time when you're messing around with your hobby. If we apply that same silly logic, eating, sleeping, watching tv, relaxing on the beach are all a waste of time because we're not making money doing those things lol.

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

#1805 Posted by getyeryayasout (7078 posts) -

It's crashed on me once when i was taking over a base and on multiple occasions have seen enemies walk in circles like one foot was nailed to the floor. Those insidious bastards are using The Curly Shuffle against me!

#1806 Posted by kingtito (4803 posts) -

@handssss said:

@kingtito said:

@handssss said:

@kingtito said:
@MlauTheDaft said:

I just realized that the newest Infamous was also Mcshea'd, so that makes AA an amazing score.

So the MC average is 80 and it scored an 8 here yet some how it got Mcshea'd? Do you cows ever make any sense?

when a negative bullet point is bitching about the character's personality, I think some of the criticism is valid.

Yet the score is exactly what the average score is. Still don't see how you figure it got Mcshea'd. If it was 1 or more points below then you might have a point, sadly it isn't.

because reviews are more than a number. the points made in it are supposed to be equally as important

Bottom line is the score is the exact same as the average. It's asinine to say it was Mcshea'd because it scored the exact same. I guess in your mind he shouldn't have given any negative points in the review and only positive. It's not like an 8 is a good score or anyting. \sarcasm

#1807 Posted by Xaero_Gravity (8696 posts) -

@I_can_haz:

Everytime I see more gorgeous screenshots I get this sudden massive urge to turn on my PS4 and play. Unbelievably stunning game. And to think, we're not even a year into the console's life cycle. Just imagine if the jump in graphical fidelity for the next Infamous matches the one found with the jump between Infamous 1 and Infamous 2. It moistens the thighs.

#1808 Posted by raging_user (379 posts) -

I wonder if the developers know what Downtown Seattle looks like

#1809 Posted by lostrib (33450 posts) -

@Rage010101 said:

@lostrib said:

@seanmcloughlin said:

@lostrib said:

...aren't all video games just sitting and wasting time?

Considering how vague and broad videogames can be I'd say no

Well I mean if we boil them down to just sitting there not earning any money, then they would be a waste of time.

But time I enjoyed wasting, isn't really wasted

Good point. It's dumb to say you're wasting time when you're messing around with your hobby. If we apply that same silly logic, eating, sleeping, watching tv, relaxing on the beach are all a waste of time because we're not making money doing those things lol.

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

76 in a week is a bit much (~10-11hrs a day). Although that's about as many hours/day as Sean did over the last three days for DS2, and I doubt it was all for youtube (but he does admit that's a lot).

But yeah, I can't imagine playing a game for 10 hours in a day. I do probably spend close to 10 hours in front of a computer screen on somedays but that includes some work.

#1810 Posted by Ballroompirate (22292 posts) -

AND my LE has arrived!! my very first official PlayStation 4 game!!

i'll just stare at the boxart untill i get a PS4... lol

I did that with Kotor, bought the game before I even had an Xbox, I didn't get one for a week 0_0

#1811 Posted by stationplay_4 (443 posts) -

damn this game is just straight up awesome. i could just run around with the neon powers all day. and that's exactly what i've been doing. lol

#1812 Posted by Zidaneski (8447 posts) -

I spent almost an hour just running through the city with lightspeed. This game pleases me.

#1813 Posted by Midnightshade29 (5254 posts) -

It's going to sell like a turd too because cows know the truth.

hardly.... Just about Everyone on my friends list on ps4 was playing this tonight! Also, when I picked up my copy from gamestop today they had over 30 copies in the drawer... thats a mad amount of pre-orders right there, from just one store.

#1814 Edited by Spartan070 (16327 posts) -

@Animal-Mother said:

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

Those two points are so speculative though. I do several things that are incredibly time consuming and or quirky yet are very fulfilling to me. I'd bet the mass majority of society, including you, would find them utterly pointless almost to the point of being intentionally introverted.

A few examples of my "lunacy":

Once a week I take all of my folded clothes out of the drawers and re-fold them, even if they're not in-season.

I have all 264 episodes of the "Frasier" show(greatest show ever imo, 37 Emmys, most EVER, eat it rest of TV drivel) looping on Netflix at all times that I'm both at home and awake, at ALL times.

I have a morning toothbrush and an night one.

Several more...

There is no such thing as life-gaining, there is only life-fulfilling and that's always a personal thing not a standardized thing.

Not trying to be combative but people are all different. Making statements like the ones in bold is just reflective of a conformist state of mind.

...but back on topic, yep this game is crazy fun.

#1815 Edited by lostrib (33450 posts) -

@Animal-Mother said:

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

Those two points are so speculative though. I do several things that are incredibly time consuming and or quirky yet are very fulfilling to me. I'd bet the mass majority of society, including you, would find them utterly pointless almost to the point of being intentionally introverted.

A few examples of my "lunacy":

Once a week I take all of my folded clothes out of the drawers and re-fold them, even if they're not in-season.

I have all 11 seasons of the "Frasier" show(greatest show ever imo) looping on Netflix at all times that I'm both at home and awake, at ALL times.

I have a morning toothbrush and an night one.

Several more...

There is no such thing as life-gaining, there is only life-fulfilling and that's always a personal thing not a standardized thing.

Not trying to be combative but people are all different. Making statements like the ones in bold is just reflective of a conformist state of mind.

...you might want to see a psychologist

#1816 Posted by I_can_haz (6551 posts) -

@I_can_haz:

Everytime I see more gorgeous screenshots I get this sudden massive urge to turn on my PS4 and play. Unbelievably stunning game. And to think, we're not even a year into the console's life cycle. Just imagine if the jump in graphical fidelity for the next Infamous matches the one found with the jump between Infamous 1 and Infamous 2. It moistens the thighs.

Indeed it does, this gen is going to be very exciting. If this is just scratching the surface, the games we'll get 2 to 3 years down the line should be mindblowing. I don't remember being impressed with early PS3 and 360 games, getting a stunner like this early in the gen is unprecedented. LOL @ people who were saying we'd get diminishing returns this gen.

#1817 Posted by Spartan070 (16327 posts) -

@lostrib said:

...you might want to see a psychologist

Seen a few back during high school and college, I'm fine I'm just abnormally picky about everything and(I would guess) hard to live with. Like Sherlock Holmes I'd classify myself as a high-functioning sociopath.

#1818 Posted by lostrib (33450 posts) -

@lostrib said:

...you might want to see a psychologist

Seen a few back during high school and college, I'm fine I'm just abnormally picky about everything and(I would guess) hard to live with. Like Sherlock Holmes I'd classify myself as a high-functioning sociopath.

A sociopath isn't someone who is picky. You sound like you have some sort of OCD

#1819 Posted by GrenadeLauncher (3759 posts) -

Liberated my first district. Very similar to Red Faction Guerilla, which I liked a lot.

#1820 Edited by Spartan070 (16327 posts) -

@lostrib said:

@Spartan070 said:

@lostrib said:

...you might want to see a psychologist

Seen a few back during high school and college, I'm fine I'm just abnormally picky about everything and(I would guess) hard to live with. Like Sherlock Holmes I'd classify myself as a high-functioning sociopath.

A sociopath isn't someone who is picky. You sound like you have some sort of OCD

Definitely but I am all of these as well except for sensitive to criticism, paranoid, the McDonald Triad and compulsive liar:

Qualities of a sociopath

...but enough of that, getting a bit off track haha.

#1821 Edited by Alcapello (672 posts) -

@lostrib said:

@Spartan070 said:

@lostrib said:

...you might want to see a psychologist

Seen a few back during high school and college, I'm fine I'm just abnormally picky about everything and(I would guess) hard to live with. Like Sherlock Holmes I'd classify myself as a high-functioning sociopath.

A sociopath isn't someone who is picky. You sound like you have some sort of OCD

Definitely but I am all of these as well except for sensitive to criticism, paranoid, the McDonald Triad and compulsive liar:

Qualities of a sociopath

Someone who is described as a sociopath will have several traits that set them apart from those with no personality disorders. These traits include the following...

• Lack of empathy – Inability to feel sympathy for others or to understand the emotional consequences of their actions

• Cold, calculating nature – The ability and willingness to use others around them to personal gain

• Shallow emotions – Lack of real emotion in response to events, limited capacity to feel love

• Narcissism – A personality disorder in itself in which the individual feels strong love and admiration toward themselves (often a defense mechanism against deep seated low esteem)

• Grandiose self image – They might see themselves as someone who is superior to others and sometimes even experiences delusions. A sociopath might see themselves as a fitting ruler of a country or even the world, but might also have delusional beliefs such as seeing themselves as a God or having super powers

• Charming – While the sociopath is unable to fully understand the emotions of others, they are capable but rather highly adept at mimicking them and might appear to be charming and normal at first

• High IQ – Often sociopaths will exhibit a high IQ which they can use to manipulate and plan

• Manipulative – Sociopaths use their superficial charm and high IQ to manipulate others to get their ends, and their lack of empathy allows them to do this with no sense of guilt or remorse

• Secretive – Has little need for others and is highly secretive in their actions meaning

• Sexually deviant – The lack of remorse, guilt or emotional attachments means that the sociopath is happy to have affairs and to engage in questionable sexual activity without questioning their desires

• Sensitive to criticism – That said, like all narcissists, the sociopath will desire the approval of others and will be highly sensitive to criticisms. They often feel they deserve adulation and admiration of the world and might feel victimized

• Paranoid – Often their lack of understanding of emotion along with their incongruous self view means that they feel a lack of trust and paranoia

• Despotic/Authoritarian – Often the sociopath will see themselves as a necessary authority and will be in favor or totalitarian rule

• Lawfulness – Despite popular belief, a sociopath is not likely to be a problem to the law in later life, but rather will seek to find loopholes, to rise to a position of power, or to move to another area so that their behavior is tolerated

• Low tolerance for boredom – Sociopaths require constant stimulation and get quickly bored

• Impulsive behavior – A lack of regret and empathy means makes sociopaths more likely to make sudden rash decisions based on the current facts

• Compulsive lying – As part of their facade, and as a means to an end, sociopaths are compulsive liars and will rarely speak truthfully making them hard to pin down

• The MacDonald Triad – In childhood sociopaths will likely have demonstrated the 'MacDonald Triad' also known as the 'Triad of Sociopathy', traits that often are demonstrated in sociopaths from a young age. These include animal cruelty (pulling the wings off of flies etc, bed wetting, and pyromania (an obsession with fire setting)).

Sociopaths of course vary in their symptoms and might act differently in different cases. However their main trait is presenting themselves as having the same empathy feelings and emotions as others when in fact they lack this emotional capacity. They are thus cold and manipulative and rarely see any problem with their actions.

...but enough of that, getting a bit off track haha.

lmfao, who wrote that garbage up.

For example: "Secretive – Has little need for others" How is this even related.

Also, what separates a show-off, from someone who lies, and is not a socio path?

You sound like every other judge, a spycologist.

#1822 Edited by Spartan070 (16327 posts) -

@alcapello said:

lmfao, who wrote that garbage up.

For example: "Secretive – Has little need for others" How is this even related.

Also, what separates a show-off, from someone who lies, and is not a socio path?

You sound like every other judge, a spycologist.

Meh, I'm at work on a little audit break snacking, "SWing" and playing Freecell, just googled it at posted the first thing I saw. Didn't even read the descriptions just the bullet points, I assumed the article would be competent enough to properly describe each bullet point, guess not lol.

#1823 Edited by Alcapello (672 posts) -

@alcapello said:

lmfao, who wrote that garbage up.

For example: "Secretive – Has little need for others" How is this even related.

Also, what separates a show-off, from someone who lies, and is not a socio path?

You sound like every other judge, a spycologist.

Meh, I'm at work on a little audit break snacking, "SWing" and playing Freecell, just googled it at posted the first thing I saw. Didn't even read the descriptions just the bullet points, I assumed the article would be competent enough to properly describe each bullet point, guess not lol.

I guess it does make some fair points after all, tee hee.

#1824 Posted by stationplay_4 (443 posts) -

the neon light run should be in every game ever.

#1825 Posted by Xplode_games (516 posts) -

@I_can_haz: The damage control is the cows who are out in full steam saying how absolutely freaking amazing this game is and how much they adore it, AFTER HYPING IT LIKE A TURD?

LMFAO!!!! I feel sorry for you if you buy that

#1826 Posted by stationplay_4 (443 posts) -

@I_can_haz: The damage control is the cows who are out in full steam saying how absolutely freaking amazing this game is and how much they adore it, AFTER HYPING IT LIKE A TURD?

LMFAO!!!! I feel sorry for you if you buy that

yet you're the one in the infamous hype thread...

#1827 Posted by PAL360 (26653 posts) -

I'm impressed with how fast the game loads! It takes me like 15 seconds to go from PS4 dashboard to the gameplay.

#1828 Posted by Shewgenja (8351 posts) -

It's crashed on me once when i was taking over a base and on multiple occasions have seen enemies walk in circles like one foot was nailed to the floor. Those insidious bastards are using The Curly Shuffle against me!

You may want to install patch 1.62 if you haven't already. Or, at least, restart your PS4. That's some real weird shit dude. Wish you all the best.

Game is such a blast for me! I wasn't expecting the story to grab me the way it did, but damn, I want to kick that bitches ass for what she did! Anyways, my personal score for it would be a 9, but I really like the inFamous games. This one is by far and a way a great improvement for the series. Well, time to get back at it :)

#1830 Edited by HitmanActual (318 posts) -

Just finished my good playthrough, done every collectible/side quest and the Legacy missions as well.

Now for my evil playthrough full of mindless destruction.

#1831 Posted by PAL360 (26653 posts) -

I'm about 50% of my first playthrough on expert. Will the game unlock another difficulty level after i beat it? Expert is too easy.

#1832 Posted by sHaDyCuBe321 (4045 posts) -

@sHaDyCuBe321 said:

Hmmm...I own it on Xbox One. Doesn't seem technically plagued to me. Perhaps you are talking out of your ass because you don't own it.

I don't have to own an XBone to know you are playing the game barely above 720p, have muddier textures and playing an online-only fps sub 60fps. I also know you have occasional freezes or hiccups, mainly when the titan is dropped. Turns out, I have a friend with an XBone and I have Titanfall on PC.

Difference is night and day.

I'm glad to know that somehow you know what MY game experience is like. Maybe your friend should get a better connection. Still see no justification for your claim about the game being technically plagued.

#1833 Edited by Blabadon (25700 posts) -

People still say a console graphics king doesn't exist?

#1834 Posted by PAL360 (26653 posts) -

@Blabadon said:

People still say a console graphics king doesn't exist?

They exist in the first years of a generation (Halo CE in 2001, Gears in 2006 and probably Second Son right now), but as always, in 2 or 3 years consoles won't stand against PCs.

#1835 Posted by jsmoke03 (12625 posts) -

@jsmoke03 said:

lol i love how this became a titanfall thread

picked it up last night and i gotta say daymn its jaw dropping beautiful for a console game (im pretty sure pc master race can provide us with screenshots of crysis 3)

too tired to play for more than an hour but its an infamous game, not much has really changed with the way it plays.

gotta say im bothered at how the jumping and climbing still looks akward and unrealistic. other than that i like it.

also enjoyed the fact that delsin is a native american or has native american descent....when was the last time youve seen one of those as a protagonist?!?!?!

Connor AC3

lol you are right...totally forgot about him cuz i really thought ac3 was boring and hated him as a protagonist

#1836 Posted by jsmoke03 (12625 posts) -

Game is quite excellent. Some beautiful animations and a wonderful flow in combat. A much more satisfying game to play than gen7 infamous.

Story is actually kind of interesting but I find the brothers battered. kinda cheesey and their characters a little shallow. Two brothers on two sides of the law with different ideals saying lots of cliche stuff, particularly grating is delsin's disdain for being labeled a bioterrorist like a politicalcorrectness police officer...

TThat nitpickiness aside. .

This is one high quality super hero game... And more importantly, it is a blast to play. It's well balanced lends itself creative moments in combat. ... We'll done overall suckerpunch... Well done.

that nitpicking is why i think mcshea gave this an 8...well that and the repetitive side missions (which i can forgive since its highly addictive)

#1837 Posted by TheEroica (13249 posts) -

@jsmoke03 said:

@TheEroica said:

Game is quite excellent. Some beautiful animations and a wonderful flow in combat. A much more satisfying game to play than gen7 infamous.

Story is actually kind of interesting but I find the brothers battered. kinda cheesey and their characters a little shallow. Two brothers on two sides of the law with different ideals saying lots of cliche stuff, particularly grating is delsin's disdain for being labeled a bioterrorist like a politicalcorrectness police officer...

TThat nitpickiness aside. .

This is one high quality super hero game... And more importantly, it is a blast to play. It's well balanced lends itself creative moments in combat. ... We'll done overall suckerpunch... Well done.

that nitpicking is why i think mcshea gave this an 8...well that and the repetitive side missions (which i can forgive since its highly addictive)

Yeah... I mean in any open world game theres gonna be a little of a repetitiveness to it... Having played Infamous 2 (never played the first) I think the same about that game. I get the feeling that Infamous is more about flexing those powers more than anything else and that's just fine with me. I just got the neon ability and wow... im starting to find a nice groove.

#1838 Posted by Desmonic (13180 posts) -

@jsmoke03: It's not just you, everyone is trying to forget AC3 was a thing (despite it's characters having merit or not) :P

#1839 Posted by glimpus (2306 posts) -

Hype not met.

#1840 Edited by Rage010101 (5470 posts) -

@lostrib said:

@Animal-Mother said:

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

76 in a week is a bit much (~10-11hrs a day). Although that's about as many hours/day as Sean did over the last three days for DS2, and I doubt it was all for youtube (but he does admit that's a lot).

But yeah, I can't imagine playing a game for 10 hours in a day. I do probably spend close to 10 hours in front of a computer screen on somedays but that includes some work.

Ok now the guy is just lying now to try and make his point. I did 56 hours in 9 days (from TF release date). 20 hours during the beta, which lasted over a week for me. Thing is, he's damage controlling for Sean's time though. I'm not saying it's not much, but I just think the guy is exaggerating a bit much. I guess he's never found a game crazy enjoyable during release to the point you feel you need to run a marathon until you're done fuc... er I mean until you're done with the game's honeymoon phase, as you slowly play it less and less.

#1841 Posted by sirk1264 (5525 posts) -

@WilliamRLBaker: infamous didn't flop and you know it. I don't get into the whole system wars crap but you are making a fool of yourself as usual.

#1842 Edited by PinkieWinkie (1364 posts) -

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2014-infamous-second-son-performance-analysis

This is an absolutely beautiful game - and a strong performer. Across a general run of play, inFamous: Second Son spends most of its time north of 30fps.

There's been some discussion about the performance of the game, particularly in terms of a fluctuating frame-rate, and what quickly becomes evident is that Sucker Punch has opted to continue the strategy it used on its PlayStation 3 titles: a solid v-sync working in combination with a completely unlocked frame-rate. The difference here is that while the previous titles in the series would frequently drop beneath the 30fps threshold, it takes a mass of action and GPU-intensive post-processing effects to truly impact inFamous: Second Son's performance. Bearing in mind the high levels of detail, and the overall complexity of the rendering pipeline, that's a stunning achievement.

However, the disadvantages of the unlocked frame-rate are pretty clear when looking at the frame-time graph. Here, we study the amount of time each individual frame is on-screen. A locked 30fps or 60fps gives a level of consistency that is considerably easier on the eye, and helps to ensure a level response in terms of controller input lag. inFamous: Second Son spends much of its time between 30-40fps during gameplay - those additional frames over 30fps manifesting more as judder as opposed to a significantly smoother experience. It's hardly a massive issue, but a Killzone-style frame-rate limiting option would be welcome.

Also worthy of note is the implementation of state-of-the-art anti-aliasing, believed to be a variant of SMAA T2X, as found in Crysis 3. This is one of the best post-process anti-aliasing techniques we've seen, combining a new take on MLAA with a temporal element. Edge-smoothing is phenomenal, and while there is some ghosting, it is not any kind of real distraction during gameplay.

We've only just scratched the surface of inFamous: Second Son right now. Indeed, the video above constitutes the entire amount of time we've spent with the game thus far - but what's clear is that as a technological statement, this is exceptionally strong stuff, especially bearing in mind that this is a first-gen PlayStation 4 title.

"Certainly, the game is a visual feast. Similar to Guerrilla Games' latest work, inFamous operates with a materials-based deferred renderer, which not only allows for a multitude of dynamic light-sources, but also lights the scene according to the physical properties of the objects present - for example, reflectivity and the roughness. An energy-conserving model like the one used here treats light as energy, calculating how light spreads across the surface over the material according to its physical properties. The results can be absolutely beautiful to behold - reflections in particular (what looks like an expert blend of pre-baked and full real-time) can look sublime."

Dat lighting

This confirms what everyone who has played the game knows, the looks and plays fantastic.

#1843 Posted by Animal-Mother (26420 posts) -

@lostrib said:

@Animal-Mother said:

@Rage010101 said:

@lostrib said:

@seanmcloughlin said:

@lostrib said:

...aren't all video games just sitting and wasting time?

Considering how vague and broad videogames can be I'd say no

Well I mean if we boil them down to just sitting there not earning any money, then they would be a waste of time.

But time I enjoyed wasting, isn't really wasted

Good point. It's dumb to say you're wasting time when you're messing around with your hobby. If we apply that same silly logic, eating, sleeping, watching tv, relaxing on the beach are all a waste of time because we're not making money doing those things lol.

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

76 in a week is a bit much (~10-11hrs a day). Although that's about as many hours/day as Sean did over the last three days for DS2, and I doubt it was all for youtube (but he does admit that's a lot).

But yeah, I can't imagine playing a game for 10 hours in a day. I do probably spend close to 10 hours in front of a computer screen on somedays but that includes some work.

Yeah, luckily it's been disproven that shit can ruin your eyes. I'd be damn blind by now. I sit infront of a computer for work about 8 hours a day and then another 3 hours for video editing sometimes. It can be so damn draining.

#1844 Edited by gago-gago (9273 posts) -

So far the majority of comments from people who got the game are just about graphics and the game is not much of a challenge. And the fun part is running around in an open world, which isn't new with open world games. It's pretty much Infamous but with better graphics. Seems like Saints Row 4 would be a more fun super hero game than this if you don't mind last gen gfx. I'll play this whenever it becomes free on PS+. Hopefully by that time the PS4 library will be robust have have a few triple A titles.

#1845 Posted by Animal-Mother (26420 posts) -

@lostrib said:

@Animal-Mother said:

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

76 in a week is a bit much (~10-11hrs a day). Although that's about as many hours/day as Sean did over the last three days for DS2, and I doubt it was all for youtube (but he does admit that's a lot).

But yeah, I can't imagine playing a game for 10 hours in a day. I do probably spend close to 10 hours in front of a computer screen on somedays but that includes some work.

Ok now the guy is just lying now to try and make his point. I did 56 hours in 9 days (from TF release date). 20 hours during the beta, which lasted over a week for me. Thing is, he's damage controlling for Sean's time though. I'm not saying it's not much, but I just think the guy is exaggerating a bit much. I guess he's never found a game crazy enjoyable during release to the point you feel you need to run a marathon until you're done fuc... er I mean until you're done with the game's honeymoon phase, as you slowly play it less and less.

No luckily i haven't. I take time and enjoy things like a fine wine I'm sorry if i'm being a bit harsh but you put the words "healthy" and "addictive" in the same sentence which is very lol worthy. I mean common have you ever seen someone have a healthy addiction?

#1846 Posted by Chutebox (36458 posts) -

I can't believe people haveiso much damn time to play video games

#1847 Edited by Rage010101 (5470 posts) -

@Animal-Mother said:

@Rage010101 said:

@lostrib said:

@Animal-Mother said:

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

76 in a week is a bit much (~10-11hrs a day). Although that's about as many hours/day as Sean did over the last three days for DS2, and I doubt it was all for youtube (but he does admit that's a lot).

But yeah, I can't imagine playing a game for 10 hours in a day. I do probably spend close to 10 hours in front of a computer screen on somedays but that includes some work.

Ok now the guy is just lying now to try and make his point. I did 56 hours in 9 days (from TF release date). 20 hours during the beta, which lasted over a week for me. Thing is, he's damage controlling for Sean's time though. I'm not saying it's not much, but I just think the guy is exaggerating a bit much. I guess he's never found a game crazy enjoyable during release to the point you feel you need to run a marathon until you're done fuc... er I mean until you're done with the game's honeymoon phase, as you slowly play it less and less.

No luckily i haven't. I take time and enjoy things like a fine wine I'm sorry if i'm being a bit harsh but you put the words "healthy" and "addictive" in the same sentence which is very lol worthy. I mean common have you ever seen someone have a healthy addiction?

When I said "healthy for an addiction", I didn't mean it literally man. I was more or less using an oxymoron for shits and giggles.

#1848 Posted by BruceBenzing (307 posts) -

@Chutebox said:

I can't believe people haveiso much damn time to play video games

I can't believe they have even more time to troll about the games the don't like afterwards...

#1849 Posted by Chutebox (36458 posts) -

@Chutebox said:

I can't believe people haveiso much damn time to play video games

I can't believe they have even more time to troll about the games the don't like afterwards...

Another very good point

#1850 Posted by Animal-Mother (26420 posts) -

@Animal-Mother said:

@Rage010101 said:

@lostrib said:

@Animal-Mother said:

lol.... Sitting in for 76 hours playing titanfall in one week is a bit sad IMO :( Sorry you feel that way. While I admit video games are fun time wasters you get nothing done 0 socialization and or nothing else remotely life gaining done. This isn't about wasting time. It's about wasting time poorly. I know it's tough because people place importance on what they surround themselves with. its like trying to get the westboro baptist church to understand they're assholes.

76 in a week is a bit much (~10-11hrs a day). Although that's about as many hours/day as Sean did over the last three days for DS2, and I doubt it was all for youtube (but he does admit that's a lot).

But yeah, I can't imagine playing a game for 10 hours in a day. I do probably spend close to 10 hours in front of a computer screen on somedays but that includes some work.

Ok now the guy is just lying now to try and make his point. I did 56 hours in 9 days (from TF release date). 20 hours during the beta, which lasted over a week for me. Thing is, he's damage controlling for Sean's time though. I'm not saying it's not much, but I just think the guy is exaggerating a bit much. I guess he's never found a game crazy enjoyable during release to the point you feel you need to run a marathon until you're done fuc... er I mean until you're done with the game's honeymoon phase, as you slowly play it less and less.

No luckily i haven't. I take time and enjoy things like a fine wine I'm sorry if i'm being a bit harsh but you put the words "healthy" and "addictive" in the same sentence which is very lol worthy. I mean common have you ever seen someone have a healthy addiction?

When I said "healthy for an addiction", I didn't mean it literally man. I was more or less using an oxymoron for shits and giggles.

Well than i'm sorry for being an asshole hah.