Originally Posted by Coxy
do you own Bulletstorm, Mortal Kombat and Dead or Alive 5?
No. Although, you could argue I have the first two via PS+, just in case someone wants to get picky.
Of course, you could also argue that those games aren't *entirely* reliant on their vices. But you see plenty of God of War clones written off as shallow and boring gameplay affairs when they don't have that ridiculous hyper-macho approach.
Eurogamer - 70
No amount of lavish technical polish and drama-filled cut scenes can disguise how it feels to play, and the fact that at its core, the combat doesn't quite cut it. Put simply, it feels like it's trying too hard to be different for the sake of it, and throws all manner of good, well-established ideas out to its detriment. Instead of being a spectacular refinement of what's gone before, Heavenly Sword is a reinvention that doesn't quite pay-off.
Eurogamer - 90
A technical marvel, but with all the clever stuff turned towards the aim of very basic gratification. There are no branching paths, no complex decisions, and no multiplayer modes, but this particular game is all the better for it, since the results are rich and focused rather than drawn-out and a little ragged. Ultimately, if you want to revel in old-school pleasures decked out in the very brightest new armour, this is about as good as it gets.
Originally Posted by claviertekky
The OP actually has a legitimate lawsuit.
Sony didn't warn the user about data caps.
It actually isn't his fault, and if the OP sues, he may actually win the case.
I wouldn't sue. An angry letter and a ridiculous thread are about right for the levels of impact, here. I'm just glad it is possible to turn it off individually now. Although, I suspect there's a Dust 514 beta on my HDD now... >_>