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#1 Edited by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

Killzone's certainly my most played PS4 game.

#2 Edited by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

Killzone for me.
It's absolutely gorgeous in visual and sound design and is the best way to show off the new hardware, at present. I'm really enjoying the campaign (the recent patch seems to have sorted out many of the annoyances), which I'm towards the end of. I can't wait to get my teeth into multiplayer, which I'm sure I'll love.

Going by the Metacritic score, it is very underrated. I'd highly recommend it.

#3 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

Like a multitude of others, I'd have to go with Killzone: Shadow Fall.

#4 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

[QUOTE="Azzurri22"]

[QUOTE="Pikminmaniac"]

you'd be very hard pressed to find 3 hours of good quality gameplay in Uncharted 2 and the story gets in the way and produces terrible gameplay situations like the museum heist, ice cave, and every single climbing segment. It's just so poorly designed through and through. It was clear gameplay was a complete afterthought for Naughty Dog with that game.

Pikminmaniac



You really are an insufferable twat.
This is a thread asking people for what, in their opinion, is the greatest game of the generation. You decide to shoot down people's choices with gibberish about how 'the industry has fallen' and how how terrible the gameplay is in Uncharted. We get that you have an irrational hatred of Naughty Dog's games, you make it clear in virtually every nonsensical post you make.
Newsflash, no one gives a shite, your opinion and intellect are clearly severely lacking. Stick with your kiddie Pikmin bollocks and your failing Wii U...

Calm down, there's no need to react like that. I will admit I may have overreacted myself because of my history of dislike towards the game (it wss late at night when I posted that), but I was answering the suggestion that Uncharted had 50+ hour of gameplay and the question of how story can negatively effect a game. He never mentioned it as his favourite game, but rather inquired how I include it in a group of games that I feel represent a decline in this industry.



I was, and am, perfectly calm, thanks for the concern little one.

You didn't overreact, you just made a complete twat of yourself by by slating a game in a thread about people's favourite games, there's no need. You gave your opinion on thequestion rasied in the thread (which no-one commented negatively on) and then came out with your 'how far the industry has fallen' rubbish. Are you really so insecure of your, admittedly lacking, taste in games that you have to criticise other people's choice?

As mentioned, you clearly have an irrational hatred for Naughty Dog games, you make this clear at every possible opportunity. When you're doing it in threads like this, you're effectively being a troll and I will continue to pull you up for it.

Stop being an idiot and you'll stop getting the abuse.

#5 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

[QUOTE="The_Last_Ride"][QUOTE="Pikminmaniac"]

Then there are the people like me who look at games like Mass Effect 2, Metal Gear Solid 4, and Uncharted 2 and think to ourselves how far the industry has fallen :(

Pikminmaniac

How is it bad to have story in the game. There is also enough gameplay and exploration in those games to last 50+ hours. How has it fallen?

you'd be very hard pressed to find 3 hours of good quality gameplay in Uncharted 2 and the story gets in the way and produces terrible gameplay situations like the museum heist, ice cave, and every single climbing segment. It's just so poorly designed through and through. It was clear gameplay was a complete afterthought for Naughty Dog with that game.



You really are an insufferable twat.
This is a thread asking people for what, in their opinion, is the greatest game of the generation. You decide to shoot down people's choices with gibberish about how 'the industry has fallen' and how how terrible the gameplay is in Uncharted. We get that you have an irrational hatred of Naughty Dog's games, you make it clear in virtually every nonsensical post you make.
Newsflash, no one gives a shite, your opinion and intellect are clearly severely lacking. Stick with your kiddie Pikmin bollocks and your failing Wii U...

#6 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

The Last of Us takes the prize in my opinion.

Honourable mentions for Uncharted 2 & 3, Mass Effect 2 & 3, Bioshock and Killzone 2.

#7 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

I have a similar set up. Yes, PS Plus will work across your two PS3's if logging onto the relevant profile.

As you mention, you can't be signed in on the same profile on both systems at the same time, but you can, for example, be signed in upstairs and still be playing a PS Plus 'free' game downstairs. When downloading Plus games you'll need to do so separately, obviously, but other than that it's all good, PS Plus can easily be used across two systems.

#8 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

[QUOTE="Azzurri22"]

[QUOTE="Fightingfan"]Looks a lot like Uncharted for me to care - might get it once it hits the bargain bin. DaRq_MiNoS

It really isn't much like Uncharted at all, other than the class leading graphics and ridiculously high production values, but that's to be expected as it's from the same developer. The gameplay and tone are significantly different.

You need to stop being lazy and ignorant, and perhaps actually read a few reviews. Not one decent review states it's too similar to Uncharted, you only hear that 'Uncharted with zombies' crap from trolls.

On topic...No, not overrated in the slightest. Game of the generation in my opinion.

The gameplay is similar to Uncharted. The way the characters move (in a more realistic fashion than most shooters) is similar, and the targetting is very similar. Yeah the tone and story and crafting is different though.


I can agree that the movement is similar and perhaps the targetting, although it is a lot looser with a lot more kick back for added realism and tension, but gameplay isn't dictated solely by movement and targetting. The gameplay in general really isn't too similar at all. Uncharted is a straightforward cover shooter, whilst TLoU is much more slow paced, stealthy and survival-esque, particularly on the higher difficulties.

#9 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

Looks a lot like Uncharted for me to care - might get it once it hits the bargain bin. Fightingfan

It really isn't much like Uncharted at all, other than the class leading graphics and ridiculously high production values, but that's to be expected as it's from the same developer. The gameplay and tone are significantly different.

You need to stop being lazy and ignorant, and perhaps actually read a few reviews. Not one decent review states it's too similar to Uncharted, you only hear that 'Uncharted with zombies' crap from trolls.

On topic...No, not overrated in the slightest. Game of the generation in my opinion.

#10 Posted by Azzurri22 (167 posts) -

Killzone: Shadowfall for me.