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    Quote Originally Posted by darude11 View Post
    Star Wars 1313? Wow, I never seen this coming! I mean - I am not some huge fan of Star Wars, who would seek for all things that fan should own or anything like that. I just say that I quite enjoyed it, I am no huge fan of it. Is it movie or game? If game, cool. If movie, well, cool too!
    Oh. Okay then. It's a game! We were on the topic of games so I thought it made sense to bring it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by affinity View Post
    Oh. Okay then. It's a game! We were on the topic of games so I thought it made sense to bring it up!
    Yeah, I was asking just to be sure. So it is game after all! Is it going to be MMORPG or just RPG? If I won't have anything to play, I'll try it. Thing is, that I have lots of games I have never actually finished, but I want to finish them (for example only game of Assassin's Creed series - I mean the first one with Altair, or Alice: Madness Returns, I haven't finished that one...).

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    Quote Originally Posted by darude11 View Post
    Yeah, I was asking just to be sure. So it is game after all! Is it going to be MMORPG or just RPG? If I won't have anything to play, I'll try it. Thing is, that I have lots of games I have never actually finished, but I want to finish them (for example only game of Assassin's Creed series - I mean the first one with Altair, or Alice: Madness Returns, I haven't finished that one...).
    I'm not sure. I've only seen trailers for it that make it look like a sci-fi FPS, but it looks darker and grittier than any other game in the Star Wars franchise I've seen so far. Is Alice: Madness Returns any good? I've been tempted to try it but never managed to convince myself to.
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  4. #34

    Quote Originally Posted by affinity View Post
    I'm not sure. I've only seen trailers for it that make it look like a sci-fi FPS, but it looks darker and grittier than any other game in the Star Wars franchise I've seen so far. Is Alice: Madness Returns any good? I've been tempted to try it but never managed to convince myself to.
    Well, yeah, it's pretty good game. Story is so far really good and all those game mechanics and way they can combine are good too. There are only two bad things about this:
    1. It requires really good hardware to get it running smoothly. I can't get it running smoothly on high details and those thingies, and my computer will soon be year and half old. I can run any Assassin's Creed game so far on details good enough for me to be still impressed, so this was at first shock for me.
    2. The game itself gets after time pretty much... repetitive. And it's linear. I mean - for player of sandboxes, where you're free to do anything, that is possible there, it can get pretty boring after some time to still check for containers containing teeth to break or looking for way out. Sure thing is that it has got lots of new things every now and then and it is almost always something awesome (timed bomb used as distraction for enemies, radula rooms with some random challenge in it etc.), but after while the game shows nothing new until next chapter, which can be disappointing.

    It has got however enough pros to be considered game worth playing! ;)
    Oh, and there is also other Alice game, thing is that Alice: Madness Returns is a sequel to that game, I haven't played it and it's fine, but sometimes I feel in that game lost, so you should check out that game too before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darude11 View Post
    Well, yeah, it's pretty good game. Story is so far really good and all those game mechanics and way they can combine are good too. There are only two bad things about this:
    1. It requires really good hardware to get it running smoothly. I can't get it running smoothly on high details and those thingies, and my computer will soon be year and half old. I can run any Assassin's Creed game so far on details good enough for me to be still impressed, so this was at first shock for me.
    2. The game itself gets after time pretty much... repetitive. And it's linear. I mean - for player of sandboxes, where you're free to do anything, that is possible there, it can get pretty boring after some time to still check for containers containing teeth to break or looking for way out. Sure thing is that it has got lots of new things every now and then and it is almost always something awesome (timed bomb used as distraction for enemies, radula rooms with some random challenge in it etc.), but after while the game shows nothing new until next chapter, which can be disappointing.

    It has got however enough pros to be considered game worth playing! ;)
    Oh, and there is also other Alice game, thing is that Alice: Madness Returns is a sequel to that game, I haven't played it and it's fine, but sometimes I feel in that game lost, so you should check out that game too before.
    I'll end up playing it on xbox as my laptop isn't exactly up to running anything too CPU intensive anymore. Sounds good though. I'll give it a go when I have some money to burn :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by affinity View Post
    I'll end up playing it on xbox as my laptop isn't exactly up to running anything too CPU intensive anymore. Sounds good though. I'll give it a go when I have some money to burn :)
    Since you like sci-fi games like Mass Effect...

    Black Mesa: A Half-Life 2 modification
    Are you excited? :D
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    for those into Assasins creed.. must watch. Because THIS will change your mind about the game xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by darude11 View Post
    Since you like sci-fi games like Mass Effect...

    Black Mesa: A Half-Life 2 modification
    Are you excited? :D
    Yes. It does look good :) I've always enjoyed games by Valve. Have you ever played something by Valve called Team Fortress 2?

    I also played Dead-Space for the first time today and it is SCARY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by affinity View Post
    Yes. It does look good :) I've always enjoyed games by Valve. Have you ever played something by Valve called Team Fortress 2?

    I also played Dead-Space for the first time today and it is SCARY.
    I haven't played TF2, but I know it. I know, what's story behind it, what's gameplay about and I know also about new Mann vs. Machine update, however I never have played it. This is something paradoxical about me - finding out informations about something I'll "try out once I'll have mood to do so". This applies to games, TV shows and things like that. Principe is, that I first do research about it, and end up knowing lots of thing about it without trying it. This applies to for example Lost (4 8 15 16 23 42), Heroes (Hiro Nakamura I think was my favourite because of time travel), or even partially Doctor Who (partially, I still don't know many of alien races in there, and I have no idea what role are Daleks playing in these series).

    Dead Space sure is scary game. Wait, you like scary games too? Slender, Amnesia (however I haven't played this one yet), SCP - I know these! And I like different things on each of them - Amnesia is good for the story (well, still better story than SCP or Slender), atmosphere and people's reactions (that's why I know about it). Slender has also good atmosphere and people's reactions on it are great, however this one has got, well, unpredictability. I agree that SCP is unpredictable game too, but for example Amnesia isn't that much, Amnesia is more linear. SCP has got great database of monsters and also the element of surprise mentioned before. It's atmosphere might be a little repetitive, but still it's worth try. The SCP games, however, don't have ending. You can play them technically forever, while Slender ends with 8th note and Amnesia, well, with end of the story.

    I know lots of other smaller (and some big) scary games which I haven't mentioned, because I can't hold it everything in my head. How 'bout you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darude11 View Post
    I haven't played TF2, but I know it. I know, what's story behind it, what's gameplay about and I know also about new Mann vs. Machine update, however I never have played it. This is something paradoxical about me - finding out informations about something I'll "try out once I'll have mood to do so". This applies to games, TV shows and things like that. Principe is, that I first do research about it, and end up knowing lots of thing about it without trying it. This applies to for example Lost (4 8 15 16 23 42), Heroes (Hiro Nakamura I think was my favourite because of time travel), or even partially Doctor Who (partially, I still don't know many of alien races in there, and I have no idea what role are Daleks playing in these series).

    Dead Space sure is scary game. Wait, you like scary games too? Slender, Amnesia (however I haven't played this one yet), SCP - I know these! And I like different things on each of them - Amnesia is good for the story (well, still better story than SCP or Slender), atmosphere and people's reactions (that's why I know about it). Slender has also good atmosphere and people's reactions on it are great, however this one has got, well, unpredictability. I agree that SCP is unpredictable game too, but for example Amnesia isn't that much, Amnesia is more linear. SCP has got great database of monsters and also the element of surprise mentioned before. It's atmosphere might be a little repetitive, but still it's worth try. The SCP games, however, don't have ending. You can play them technically forever, while Slender ends with 8th note and Amnesia, well, with end of the story.

    I know lots of other smaller (and some big) scary games which I haven't mentioned, because I can't hold it everything in my head. How 'bout you?
    Nope, I haven't really played very many scary games apart from Dead Space and some Resident Evil games (though they've been churned out so much they've lost their shine and their appeal to me :( ). That being said, I do enjoy playing some scary games and in my experience the atmosphere in Dead Space chills me to the bone. I love the primitive uncertainty that comes with not knowing what's behind that next corner and I love the fact that it's such a different type of game to nearly anything else out there!

    Speaking of games that are different, have you ever played Demon Souls or Dark Souls?
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