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@phattsao: Can you suck Hollywood's dick even more, please?
Who TF locked the frame-rate to 45 in this game in the first place, lmao? I've never seen anyone do that. The game must have had constant screen tearing and stuttering.
Man I literally just came from watching the two and a half hour long analysis from Easy Allies & Maximilian Dood... Now I can't friggin' wait for the next installment. Highly recommend a watch to everyone who played the game, no matter if you loved, hated or were indifferent about it in terms of story.
That discussion definitely elevated my love for the game and I swear, here and now, that I'll never talk sh*t about Square and Nomura again if they actually pull this off, lol.
@rolento25: For a complete casual maybe.
It's there for a reason and the game is better for it, even if you don't understand it.
Gamers don't know what they want. Most of them are complete idiots who know nothing of good game design. If devs would listen to the masses, nothing but homogenized, unimaginative, soulless trash would be released. Masterpieces that pushed boundaries in their respective genres (or even created their own subgenres), like Demon's Souls, Zelda BotW, Divinity OS II, would never exist.
For example: there's a guy down here that wants an "easy mode", where everything is directly explained to you and you don't have to figure out anything by yourself apparently, and non-breakable weapons (which would completely change the flow of the game, of course). He wants that in a BotW SEQUEL. Lmao.
Let devs do their jobs. Even the mediocre ones under them most likely know better than you do.
@Varchild: Breakable weapons is one of the best mechanics of the game. Keeps things fresh. As the other guy above said; look at it as ammo. Don't get attached to it like you'd do in some linear, restrictive game like The Witcher 3 for example, where weapons are your only way to properly defend yourself.
I highly doubt this is true. But if Nintendo indeed decides to make a powerful Switch, I'm sure it'd be a home console only, to cater to that specific crowd, just like the Lite was just a portable version catered to those that wanted just a new handheld alongside their home console or/and PC.
Use your keyboard!
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