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Should've reviewed A Hat in Time instead, which came out today. This game appears to be another case of corporate bloat. A sequel doesn't need to be filled with things to do, it needs to be solid and refined first and foremost. Looking like a case of the Ubisoft's with lots of "content" but nothing too worthwhile to entertain yourself with.

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@george1989: I'm pretty sure the Night King has some sort of "sense" ability too. Like how he finds Bran whenever Bran tries to spy on him. The whole reason why the Three-Eyed Raven was first killed was because the Night King used some sort of trace ability to find him after he botched that vision trip. Pretty big plot point.

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@KiriharaZro: You don't have to play the game in a single sitting dude..........and they wouldn't have been able to tell such a story in one continuous go. As well, each playthrough is different, and the third playthrough is substantially different. The final two endings are quick to get too. All in all, you can beat it in 30 hours, and do many of the sidequests along the way. It's more meaningful than 80 hours in Skyrim that's for sure.

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This review felt completely braindead. No mention whatsoever of the game's amazing soundtrack, and for that matter, use of audio, nor of how powerful and surprising the story is. Nearly the entire review focused on the combat, which is definitely good, but isn't what makes this game so completely brilliant and original. The machines also got a quick mention, but nothing about how human they seem or how their behavior plays with the player's emotions.

I give this review a 6/10. :P

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@bobbo888: It physically hurts me reading your, frankly, bigoted comments. You don't find enjoyment in something, so you label it as a "lesser than" experience for all gamers. You strike me as someone who would, if given the power, torch an art exhibit because the paintings didn't jive with your tastes. You think your opinion is the only one, and I pity you for not being able to see what makes this game so special. Have you ever cried at a piece of music? Have you ever gotten goosebumps looking at something inexplicably beautiful? You haven't lived then, and so I pity you.

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I'm not going to be nice when I speak my mind and say it really disgusts me when a reviewer drops the score of a game for clashing with their own personal values/beliefs. Video game journalists don't seem to realize their duty of being objective when reviewing titles, which ultimately have an effect on whether someone buys said game. This isn't your blog, go bitch somewhere else.

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So this game is one of the highest-rated games in history according to Metacritic, yet Gamespot gives it an 8.0 without 2 points-worth of negative notes to make in the review. Somehow I feel disgusted........

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GS has terrible tastes in fighting games I guess. Everywhere else I look this game gets shining reviews. Arc System Works is a genius dev company and they've only produced gold in their entire existence. Don't believe this joke reviewer.

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This is some scary stuff here. Orwellian is a very appropriate term to describe the travesty trying to be committed here. Such arbitrary information control as this is a blight on the things America stands for and even human rights. It's terrifying to think that something such as this could be passed and then escalate how many number of years into the future into something much more terrifying yet acceptable by the population. Orwellian is appropriate indeed, because this is no better than thought control and could easily turn into it if left unchecked and unregulated. I don't say this to be fanatical, rather, something so disgusting becoming law is something so unbelievable (in America of all places) and wretched that it is all of our duties to vote this into an oblivion from which it will never rear its ugly head again. I'm a United States Sailor and I fight so that freedoms such as the ones trying to be taken away in these bills may come under no harm, yet all I can do is ring out my voice in this madness and hope that it can help unite more people against a grave and terrible injustice. If you love your right to show off, your right to free speech and your right to educate yourself before dropping 60 bones on a game, express your right to be heard and listened to.

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Andrew Ryan is easily one of gaming's all-time greatest villains. He's my personal favorite, though I'm sure many will not regard him the same way that I do. In every way that makes a great villain, Ryan fits the bill. Whereas many of gaming's villains must lean on the crutch of being badass or all-powerful, Ryan is more human than anything else, and that's what makes him so great, and at the same time, so terrifying. Ryan is a man who had a vision for a better future in his own twisted way that didn't come to fruition thanks to the nature of humanity, to which Ryan was not himself immune even if he regarded himself above the vices of human-kind. It's that kind of subtle complexity mixed with something we can all understand that makes Ryan such a great villain. Dare I say it, but in the context of a work of fiction, a villain made out to resemble some of history's most terrible dictators is perhaps the most intriguing and frightening villain capable of being created. It will be many a year before such a thought-provoking and complex villain as Ryan is seen in a video game again.

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