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@jenovaschilld: Thanks for the heads up man. I don't have enough space at my small apartment to set up a desktop PC anymore, but I am keen on getting a gaming laptop someday. The deals you mentioned are great, I will definitely look in to them.

I own a PS4 fat version, and I am hoping that more turn based strategy/tactics games will be released on that platform. I am a big fan of XCOM2.

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@rcontini: But I think it is still at the full price. I will also wait for a sale. I got Injustice 2 Legendary edition at 9.99

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Sad, almost makes me regret not having a good gaming PC :(

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I am not in to competitive, online play. So I will do the same thing I did with Injustice 2 and MK X--I will wait the F out until the "ultimate" or "Legendary" edition comes out with all the characters unlocked from the beginning.

This new model (SF V did it the worst) of releasing a few characters every once in a while and charging almost the full price of a game for them is not only worst, but is also very cheap.

I remember facing such issues with facebook games where release of new characters (who needed to be purchased with real money) totally messed up PVP fights, where the scales would tip towards anyone who owned the new character.

Similar model is being followed in Tekken and SF V, too--you spend some bucks to get a character like Abigail (SFV) or Leroy (Tekken 7), and you just memorize a combo or two to get an unfair advantage over people who only has the base roster.

Thus, in my opinion, it only becomes feasible to keep up with the paid updates if you are a seriously competitive player with a wide pocket.

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The concept of yearly releases for any sports title is a severely flawed formula. Finally, some publishers are getting it.

Instead of rehashing old games with roster updates and minimal tweaking, WWE games should have worked more on innovation and an effort to bring some fresh perspectives. The fact that they are holding a monopoly in the business as well as in the games has seriously impaired the quality of the games.

Although 2k19 was a good game, it still did not have anything new in it--we have been seeing the same character models and gameplay since 2k12.

So I just hope they will make a new wrestling game from scratch, which will modernize the whole thing.

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This is such a beautiful mess....the whole XCOM2 experience. I play it on the ps4, and my experience has been marred with game breaking bugs. It is nearly impossible to play the game repeatedly, as it gets slower and slower with the heavy load of autosaves. Even if you overwrite the older saves, the game still gets heavy, which results in total non-responsiveness.

Adding the expansions and DLCs don't improve stuff much, either. I downloaded and re-downloaded the game a few times just to get rid of the performance issues, but it seems the only solution is to remove the saved games as a whole, too.

For gameplay, I also give the game a 9. But for bugs and sub-standard graphics, I'd take off 2 more points.

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I am a big fan of XCOM 1 and 2, but this game doesn't seem too appealing to me, and why am I only hearing about it days before the launch?

And no PS4 or Xbox 360 version? That's kind of a bummer, as the gameplay seems tailored for console play. Also, that last bit of DLC for XCOM 2 hasn't been out for the consoles, too, the one where XCOM1 maps could be used with XCOM2.

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I didn't expect to see a 10 score, but 5 is quite surprising. I bought it a long time back, but didn't put in much time. For the last 2/3 days, I have been playing it a lot, and I must say, everything that has been criticized here are actually the positives of this game.

It's a very easy and accessible game; if I wanted complex driving and non-arcadey controls, I'd play GRID, GT sports or any other, similar simulation game. But when I pick up an NFS game, I expect to find easy and forgiving drive controls. I must say NFS 2015 lacked these.

There are flashy cars, ample money to earn, and a vast and expanding library of paintjobs for each to be downloaded from the internet.

Also, the driving itself has a lot of variety in it, and the narrative isn't that bad. In fact, none of the stories in the entire series have managed to stand out. Maybe NFS Underground 2 was an exception, but that was a long time ago and that game used a comic book inspired narrative (e.g. Max Payne) which is a different strategy as a whole.

But as for the driving, the only issue is the constant hunt for acquiring parts. This could have been done better. But I have no issues with the driving and I am having a lot of fun with it.

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I have no idea about this game, been hearing good stuff about it for a long while. I am a fan of RPGs in general, but not that keen on JRPGs. I played Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Witcher and Neverwinter Nights. I am also a big fan of XCOM 2.

Should I get this game? Will I enjoy it? By the way, I enjoyed the FFVII remake demo, too.

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They are ditching their signature design, which is never good news. However, it is too early to criticize a controller.

As for the new features, I really don't care much for any of them।

I always turn of rumble as these "sensations" irritate me. No, I don't want to feel tension on my hands when I am using a bow in a video game. It is a video game, and it should stay like that. In any case hands get stressed a lot; thanks to the inexplicable button mashing requirements of many games; I don't need to add another new kind of pain, whether it's haptic or nor.

USB C was an inevitable choice, but tell me, has the battery been upgraded?