Wasteland 2 walkthrough
Our walkthrough for the campaign and side-quests.
Crown of the Ivory King walkthrough
Every boss strategy, bonfire and item.
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BUT it gates that with a vast array of tactical options. you're not reliant on your gunplay in every situation; positioning, movement, team work and situational awareness are equally important.
i agree, but i don't think left 4 dead is fundamentally tied to mouse and keyboard to that extent.
in which case i would give the developers a stern wrap on the knuckles for not re-balancing the game correctly for console!
When you speak to a developer and you mention the words core mechanics, the first thing that pops in his mind, as per definition, are the rules (i.e. the mechanics, the structure) around which a game is built.
and I am not talking about input precision.
- Are there still waves of enemies (incl. zombies, witches, tanks etc.) you have to deal with: yes or no?
- Do you still have make it towards a safe haven: yes or no?
- Is there still 4 player co-op: yes or no?
Poor sod, ran out of intelligent arguments...
Playing L4D on console or PC does not fucking alter the game's core mechanics.
Just either make it a subscription based game or don't bother.
king and supercell are still far worse you can hardly play their games without spending crazy money for very little return
Blizzard are the masters of getting money out of people and making it seem reasonable.
I've spent ~£130 on Hearthstone, and don't regret it.
Mir doesn't count its not on the moon but why isn't it on the moon?
It matters because we've reached the point where companies are actively degrading the base games, stripping out the most desirable content for sale as DLC, and I don't think that's healthy for the medium in the long term.
The resentment of on-disc DLC is entirely rational, as it demonstrates an active decision to withhold content to milk the player.
Really? Any title worth its salt will still be offering entertainment from the core content alone during that time.
You're contorting yourself into some quite impressive knots to justify a rather shoddy business practice.
The issue is that the game and the DLC is are both made at the same time, as proven by the latter's inclusion on the disk.
No I have never said DLC in general so not sure where you get that
While admittedly I hate the DLC culture
the stink of DLC we have to deal with
The DLC rot is bad enough for us
Honestly hope you are a dev otherwise your view on exploiting young children is quite depressing as a consumer.
The difference being it's day one DLC and if the download is any more than a 1MB file to unlock them, I'd be surprised.
That's like having the police station, hospital and houses in the box and having to pay to use them.
At worse you had to simply wipe the contacts off with a dry cloth.
There was an open Beta available to EVERYONE.
what appears to be a spin article written on behalf of the publisher ... why that might have been done is anyone's guess.