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"Black Ops is just another sequel or retread and it got a 'recommended'"
A game should be judged on its merits not on the baggage of being in a franchise
"However. Just wondering if there are any others out there like me who are playing FO4 with this tiny nagging suspicion in the back of your mind that says -perhaps if I hadn't played a fully moded FO3 or NV I'd probably be enjoying this a lot more..."
"So, this morning from EG we've had a technically flawless game (Tomb Raider) receive an average review, and then a technically dodgy game (Fallout 4) receive a 'Recommended'. And you wonder why game publishers keep releasing broken games? Surely the minimum we should expect is that a game works. Once that's been established, then we can start talking gameplay and story.
Edit: It's astonishing that I'm being negged for suggesting that games should be technically proficient and that reviews should take that into account."
A side effect sadly of opening the floodgates and lowering market entry barriers. The very market mechanism that has allowed Rodeo to release the game in the first place is the same one that has forced them into this scenario.
But mobile games simply aren't worth more than a couple of quid to me, regardless of quality, simply because the mobile experience very rarely trumps a proper handheld, a proper console or a proper PC. They fill the 5-10 minutes it takes to get somewhere on a bus or when waiting for a doctor. As soon as I have more time available to me, I'd much rather go for my Vita or 3DS, and if I'm at home, I'd rather use my PC or oen of the consoles.
We really wanted to put Deathwatch iOS on sale at a premium price, as that's what we feel it's worth. However, knowing that the audience wouldn't buy it like that, we had to chop the game up by putting in in-app purchases for the card packs and having a lower entry price. Which means that for £2.29, you only get a very small section of the full game.
This app offers in-app purchases. You can disable in-app purchasing on your device.
Please note you can play or unlock all the missions and collect all the game’s content without any in-app purchases.
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