This was before Trophies and Achievements was a thing. I was very proud when I collected enough bolts to buy RYNO in the first Ratchet game. I spent days. Pouring over guides and walkthroughs to find tips on how to collect bolts. It was quite the ordeal, but fun to finally get RYNO.
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I mostly buy online and getting them sent to me. I have a GameStop close to where I work so I might on occasion buy from them. On a rare occasion when I play PC-games I get them digital from Steam or some other site. Smaller games I usually buy from one of the online console stores.
It was an alright game. I like the straight up copy of bullet time from Max Payne and the fact that you could switch protagonists.
I think it's obvious that Max Payne got bullet time from the first movie. I'm not sure who copied who.
@ezekiel43: What's more to explain? There's a long time since I've watched them. But I just didn't understand a whole lot of what they were talking about. Maybe I was tired or bored. The sequels didn't exactly live up to the first movie.
I played Enter the Matrix. It was ok, and it was nice to fill in the gaps between the movies.
I have no hope for a Matrix sequel. The first one was good, but mostly because of the groundbreaking effects. 2 and 3 had some cool action sequences, but the story was convulted and weird. Made no sense. The groundbreaking effects are now dated and have been copied and parodied countless times from movies to tv-shows. Even games. They have to come up with something really spectacular for people to find interest in The Matrix again.
@l3igl3oss: You're describing a multiplayer version of SuperHot. Don't sound like much of an Hitman-esq game.
Electrocutioner in Arkham Origins. I think they just had some fun with us and make him sort of a joke bossfight, but a proper fight with him could have been very interesting.