I bought it day one regardless of the many negative reviews. I'm only 17 and am definatley not a die hard Duke fan. But this game, ironically, is a breath of fresh air. Sure the graphics aren't great, the load times suck, and theres a few fram rate issues, screen tears every once in a while, but the game gets so many things right. The dialogue is hilarious, as long as you can handle very immature jokes, the creativity is ingenious, the multiplayer is old school chaotic fun, and it's got great variety in the campaign.
Every video I see makes me think that this is what you should expect from duke. Mindless fun. Something that doesnt necessarely translate to "good reviews".
Thats why I have found myself not even reading reviews anymore. Im getting it this weekend, and I'll judge for myself if
The first video game i saw, that I can remember, was Yie ar Kung fu for the arcade. I remember I could not play it right. I didn't understand the controls; Couldn't beat the first guy, and I would watch older dudes come in and almost finish the game. Then I saw some game on atari which I dont remember the name, but later my parents got a me a Nintendo (NES) and i played for the first time Duck Hunt and Excitebike. For home console those were the first games I ever played.
I gameflied FF XIII a few weeks ago, everything was good, but not great. The game is ok but I dont know...something didn't feel right. I was like 30 hours when I decided to start playing Deathspank. I finished Deathspank over the weekend, and it felt great. I know..it is kind of short, but damn it is sweet !
After that I started playing FFXIII again and man, it felt like a drag. I couldnt get into it anymore, so... I had to return it.
Big things doesn't necessarily come in big packages. If you know what I mean...
I personally think DeathSpank is one of the best. It seems like it has the most content for 15 bucks. Kinda funny because when I first saw it I was like, "eh I don't think I'll like it". I tried the demo and man, I love it!
too many games to count...but Deathspank is AMAZING !
I give the nod to FFXIII as I preferred the story and battle system, however I loved the openness of Lost Odyssey.
The story in FFXIII was pure garbage (melodrama, worst cast of FF characters except for like Sazh) and there was no atmosphere to the game, and the battle system can play itself. You could do more in LO than FFXIII.
The story is definetly better on LO, although both had the same RPG feel, the characters on FFXIII were more **** overall. LO makes me think of how much I missed towns and openness, I prefer LO because reminds me of the classic FF games.