I read an article stating that the "campaign mode" is designed to give you a couple hours with each faction and then be forgotten. I think it was in last month's Game Informer.
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I'm still slowly playing the campaign. I find it really boring... and looking at the trophy list, I'd say the majority of gamers agree with me. I believe it is Chapter 4 that is somewhere around 40% completion rate and then it sharply drops from there, with something like 12% of gamers having finished the final chapter.
I put the game in again yesterday for the first time in a week and was amazed by the lack of fun I was having. I want to finish the damn game so I kept at it, and eventually started to enjoy it a little bit... but now that I've put it down again... I'm not really looking forward to picking it back up.
It's gorgeous, I'll give it that... but the story's delivery is so poorly paced and filled with such boring set pieces that it yanks me out again and again.
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@Lonewo1f24: Unfortunately Gundam isn't as popular stateside as in Japan. I'm certain they could make some money by simply translating the text and releasing the games digitally, but Bamco just refuses to do it.
On the other hand, the Tales series has been given a new life after years of fans being snubbed, who knows, maybe the Gundam fanbase is up for some love someday.
I was browsing the Playstation Store on my PS3 earlier in the night. I had just gotten home from work and wanted to see what new sales were running.
I had also received my DS4 in the mail today and after browsing the store I set my DS3 aside and unboxed the DS4 and started setting it up to my PC.
I watched a video on YouTube describing the process and ran x360ce. Carefully watching the video, I picked up my controller and started pressing buttons. No input. So I switched a setting in application and tried again. Still no input. The guy said it should work perfectly right out of the box.
I glare down at the controller in my hands... and I'm holding the DS3. Feeling kind of silly, I set it aside and try the PS4 with x360ce's original settings and it works like a charm. Wonderful controller; I spent half an hour playing Darksiders II and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Anyways, I put that aside and go do something else for a few hours. Just a while ago, I decided to check my email before heading to bed... and there in my email list are two messages from SoE confirming my purchase of Battlefield 4.
So long story short.. I have accidentally become an exceptionally embarrassed new owner of Battlefield 4.
This glitch takes a few steps to get to.
First I right click an image in the new image viewer and select "View Image" to see a full sized shot.
Then, when I click the back button in my browser or my mouse in order to return to the image viewer, a message pops up saying, "Loading your precious image..."
The image viewer then loads in after a few seconds, but the HUD that allows you to navigate disappears. There seems to be no way to get back to the gallery or Gamespot's main site from that glitched page. The back button only refreshes the glitched viewer and the advance and return links on the image no longer function.
I want to want the Wii U, but there's nothing that interests me on the system. Honestly, with half of the games out in the first year ports of games I could play on my PS3 or PC, why would I buy one?
Right now the future of this system looks grim. I'm hoping there's something intriguing in that Nintendo Direct they're planning before E3.