Spectralfire0's comments

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

That was a great interview! I've found this game impressive so far, but I'm going to appreciate it even more now.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

@RedWave247: It's very hard, but it's absolutely fantastic.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

Edited By Spectralfire0

@comments123: I agree actually. Like you, I can appreciate that many enjoyed this game, it's not for me though. Open world games in general can feel aimless at times. I need clear cut goals to keep me interested. I don't find it fun to walk around the sides of huge mountains looking for nothing in particular. I can see the appeal in exploring the vast, polished and detailed world they've put together, but I can only "mess around" in a game for a half hour or so before getting bored. My ideal Zelda game would be more along the lines of Link to the Past. A game that offers a challenge, all items have meaning and value, clear cut objectives but also side quests for those interested and more concisely designed.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

@OneStrong2: Ok, tell us what movies you liked so we can criticize them.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

Awesome. I was already looking forward to seeing it and had already planned to rewatch the original tonight when I stumbled across this review. Even more pumped now.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

Not too many for me. Although my competitive rank might be higher if I only played my best character, I think one of the best parts of the game is (as you mentioned) trying them all out. A lot of times there's pressure from teammates to win so you keep playing your best character, however there is a solution. When the season resets, at that point you can try using other characters without having your rank suffer. You'll be at a lower rank but you'll have the same 50/50 win rate at whatever point you stabilize. You'll actually help your team by having the versatility to switch between heroes. You just have to withstand some losses. Also there's the perception issue where certain heroes are thought to be the best however perceptions are not in line with reality here. Stats show that Symmetra has the most influence on the game and nets more win than any other character though you don't have many players clamoring to play her. So yeah sometimes I do have to convince my team that my friend knows how to play Sombra and the pick will be helpful to the team. If that gets too annoying you can always just team up with friends who are interested in trying new heroes or just play the heroes in casual. Very interesting conversation and yes, I definitely recommend trying out new characters. It’s a good experience and most interestingly you become a better player by being familiar with other characters.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

Edited By Spectralfire0

@chillboulevard: Yes, you will love this game and wonder why it's criminally underrated. You don't want to miss it, you'd be doing yourself a disservice. You don't have to look for much, the overall design is very similar to Dishonored 2.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

Edited By Spectralfire0

I get the impression the reviewer wasn't playing through the beginning of the game the right way. He described it as being something similar to survival horror where you go through the difficult parts but you don't find health and ammo surpluses afterwards. If you take your time and watch the enemy movements, you should be able to get through the beginning with some health packs to spare (though you do have to use the wrench if you want to save ammo). The jumping guys aren't actually too tough once you realize that if you backpedal and keep an eye on them you can typically wrench them down. You don't really want to use any guns on them since you are at too close range aside from the gloo gun if you can see them at range and want to hold them in place. If you play efficiently you can get yourself off to a good start. He enjoyed the combat later once he got the hang of it but I don't think the beginning of the game should have felt like a slog. I'd venture to say that if he replayed the beginning he might feel differently about it.

Avatar image for Spectralfire0
Spectralfire0

88

Forum Posts

0

Wiki Points

0

Followers

Reviews: 1

User Lists: 0

@faseli: It seems the internet is not a good place for sarcasm. Though I don't blame you for taking what I say at face value.