@killua_zoldyck: I enjoyed all three but Dead Rising 3 was the most fun for me.
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While this game didn't change the face of gaming as we know it, I really enjoyed it. Decent length, fun gameplay, good graphics, and a better story than many other games. I would say it was more like a 7.5 or 8/10. People just seem to be extremists lately when reviewing anything, not sure what thats all about, but it does make it difficult to depend on reviews.
Like many I had been eagerly awaiting this game but was immensely disappointed by the horrible critical and community response. I am still interested in the game somewhat and some reviews have pointed out that it isn't total and utter crap, only that it was a big let down. To this end, I am waiting till the price drops as there are a bunch of great games out there to play in the meantime (Dead Space 3!).
Now to my point...
Has anyone heard any mention of Gearbox patching the game to address some of the issues (graphical glitches, AI, cutscenes, framerate, etc)???
Call me crazy then because I too, enjoyed the original ending. Everything that can be said has been said before concerning wether it was a "good" ending or not, but I will tell you this. I was so satisfied with the ending as it was that I never bothered to download or watch the "extended" ending.
Concerning the combat/gameplay, I found the first Mass Effect to be lacking in this area, but 2 and 3 I thought were both very well done. I felt like 3 was very similiar to 2 only slightly more "tuned". I still pickup and play some Mass Effect 3 multiplayer here and there in-between other games (the free map packs definitely help).
As for buggy AI or anything like that, I can't say I experienced any. I imagine you have connected your xbox to the internet to receive any updates that may be available when you launch the game?
Oh my God no! I spent 20 hours playing through the single player portion of Dead Space 3 and loved every minute of it. The original Dead Space is still my favorite, but thats only because there is nothing like your first time ;)
The story had me riveted, the graphics are great and the game runs smooth. The combat and other gameplay (puzzles, "hacking", stasis stuff) were all top notch. Normally I move on to the next game on my list once I complete the single player but this game was so good I was craving more and talked a friend into picking it up so we could play through the game co-operatively.
As for the DLC...I haven't purchased any of the crafting DLC (not that you need to, the scavenger bots are cool and brought me all the resources I needed). When they finish up the campaign DLC (Awakening) I will download it right away, definitely looking forward to it!
As someone who played Doom 3 on the PC when it was first released, I can tell you I am really enjoying this rerelease on the 360. I have slacked off on upgrading my PC so most of my gaming is on the 360 right now. At the time of its original release, my rig could only manage medium/high settings and I can tell you that playing the 360 version on 1080p makes it look really amazing. Its a testament to ID just how well this game holds up, both graphically and in the gameplay. I have jumped more playing this game than any other since probably the original Doom back in 93. Since I never got around to playing Resurrection of Evil, this was a definite buy for me.