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  • Ready at Dawn responds to concern over The Order: 1886 campaign length

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 16/02/2015

    "I've played games that lasted two hours that were better than games that I played for 16 hours. That's the reality of it."
    That is just part of the truth. How much did the 2hours games charged him? There is absolutelly nothing wrong with short few hours games. These may be actually better than many AAA titles. But then please sell them as arcade game for 10 bucks. If the Order 1886 is almost interactive moviea and takes just a little more time to finish than Life is Strange ep 1, I would expect similar price. Make the price adequate to the product and people will stop complain. Sell the 5hours SP only game for a same price as a GTA V, and something is wrong.
    Reply +5
  • Eurogamer has dropped review scores

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 12/02/2015

    Dropping of the scores is nice step. But not the perfect one yet.
    The problem was, that people just looked at a score and did not bother to read the review itself. For many people the "Score = Review".
    But the current solution is just solving the problem partial. It is still not looking at the main core of the problem "Why people do not bother to read the review and try to find some shortcuts to get the idea about the game."

    In my opinion the reason is the huge amount of reviews. Long time ago, when internet was at its beggining we bought one magazine per month and we liked to read avery world. But the world changed. Currently when the embargo hits, we have hundreds of reviews out there at the same time. Nobody wants to read them. Nobody has the time. People wants to get as many opinions about the game in as short time as possible. And the current "wall of text" reviews are just not sufficent for this need.

    What I would like to see is the change in the review format. Make them briefer (but without reducing the amount of information) and use formating to make them more visual.
    From the view of a reader my vision of perfect review format is to use short bullet points sorted by categories (like story, gameplay, graphics,...). Make each bullet point as brief as possible. And instead of standart black dot at the beggining of a bullet point use small icon - red minus if bullet point is about something negative (bugs, etc), green plus (if it is about feature the game excels) and blue "i" (for general informations like game rules, etc). This would even give reader the sence if the "Story" category is good or terrible just by looking at the bullet point icons in the category.

    Honestly... as a player looking for information about game I just need info like:
    (i) 12 Hours
    (-) No MP
    (-) Linear with no replayability
    (+) Excelent story
    (+) Great feels from weapons
    (-) Technical glidtech (blinking textures, etc)
    (i) Basic RPG elements.
    etc... describing avery important aspect of the game in such brief bullet points (you get the idea)
    I really dont need to expand these information into 5 paragrapsh of text if it will not add any additional information, but it will just add a filler words.
    Make the review in this format and scores will not be a issue anymore.
    Reply +1
  • Sony delays PlayStation 4 launch in China

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 08/01/2015

    Teď jen počkat kdy vyjde next-gen verze tohodle:
    Reply -3
  • Ubisoft polls public on future Far Cry settings

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 05/01/2015

    And how about a new IP instead of milking the old one? Reply +4
  • Outcast releases enhanced 1.1 edition on Steam

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 23/12/2014

    Just a question... will the people who buy this version be entitled for free future updates as they develop the remake?
    Or are they going to mikl at at each version will be sold separately?

    If the first one is true, then I will buy it. But if they want me to buy this game (that I already own twice) again just for better resolution with promise, that once their work progress, I can buy it again.. then sorry, but this new versions of "Early Access without updates" is not appealing to me.
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  • Minecraft creator Notch bought the most expensive house ever in Beverly Hills

  • Agarwel_Idiriz 19/12/2014

    Are they going to make a movie "Wolf of Mojang" soon? Reply 0
  • Agarwel_Idiriz 19/12/2014

    My point is that once you become seriously ritcher than your current friends, they wont stay your friends if you will not share. Sooner or later you will become tired of that and just find a new friends. Then they will refer that you changed. Even if it were them who actually changed the behaviour. And you were the one who did not liked their new behaviour so you replaced them with new frieds who do not care about your money.
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