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#1 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

Prince of Persia: Warrior within

Great pick. The level design on that game was amazing. The way it looped back on itself and used time to change the levels felt very cool. The boss fights and horrible game-breaking glitches were not so cool.

#2 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

I love Kane & Lynch 2. I can really see it's faults but I still love it.

Far Cry 2 is also one of my favourite games of the generation.

#3 Edited by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

@shellcase86: I said that because of things like this. Many retailers start products with inflated prices to then discount them at a later date.

#4 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

I thought I was the only one that wasn't keen on this game. I can see why people enjoy it but it really wasn't for me. However, I would still keep an eye out for a sequel though as there is plenty of great ideas in there.

#5 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

I have virtually stopped checking GS now which is a real shame as I love the community. I am now putting blogs on Wordpress here as well which is a dedicated blogging site. Would anyone like to do the same? Let me know as I would love to follow you.

#6 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

I love Mass Effect and the first one is probably my favourite but I can't deny that the first hour or two is incredibly dull. A space captain that has to spend time cleaning up bar fights and doing paperwork is a poor introduction. If you love a sci-fi setting and a cool story then stick with it. However if you want a slick shooter then I would probably trade it in.

#7 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

When the notification is clicked, I go to my blog where forum replies are not. The ability to go to my blog and not the forum thread in this situation is useless.

Crazy isn't it? Notifications have started working for me now and I have just discovered this beauty. I have no idea how that got through QA.

So GS, any chance of getting that feed filter? Just a straight no would be helpful.


#8 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

@deeliman said:

Of course, I can never say with 100% certainty that there is no 'god'. Just like I can't say with 100% certainty that leprechauns don't exist. Personally, I believe that the idea that an all powerful being created this universe is both a simplistic answer and illogical.

Well I was hoping to put my view forward here but when the first response gets it so right (for me) then I am left with 'what he said.'

#9 Edited by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

Dante's Inferno.

If your username was a game, it would be that one!

#10 Posted by -INKling- (4237 posts) -

@ Brendissimo35 "I think the lesson of To the Moon is that just

because it can be made as a video game doesn't

mean that it should be."

Hell Yeah ! I'l drink to that !

While you are right, I don't think that this 'lesson' has come from To The Moon as a number of posters above very much enjoyed it as a game. For you the game was a failure but for many others it worked well. Sure it had a few misteps (that horse bit was a strange one) but there are plenty waiting for the next game by this developer who I wouldn't encourage to give up the games and write the book instead. I view MGS4 in a similar way to you but I wouldn't want to see Hideo Kojima give it all up and move into the film industry.... although I am sure some would!

Obviously we will disagree but as we are drinking to it: 'Me, lager. Finchy, Lager. Gareth, lager sometimes cider, so different drinks for different... needs.' David Brent said is so well! :D