And this is what we call "proofreading", which means reading a proof copy of a text in order to detect and correct any errors, really necessary?And this is what we're calling the "Win Visor", which shows you where opponents are and what their armed with using garish red and blues, really necessary?
I hope it was just a fault on your end then.F#A#Oo said:I typed out the ENTIRE review...
No, because if they overrate a British game you'll need to subtract and if they underrate any other you'll need to add to get the actual score.Nuclear Muffin said:Err, shouldn't it be + 1 if made in the UK - 2 for everyone else? I thought it was a positive bias for British made games :lol
haha ur not cool enough to be linked to by us, N Europe!The game has a season changing mechanic. Allows "Toku to flip between summer and winter at crucial moments."
Skills now include swimming, creating cyclones (which can do anything from drilling throuugh rocks to scooping up water)
New in game map
In game hint system.
They were pleased with the original but have tons of new ideas to still use.
I liked the season changing in the Oracles. The only thing I hated was like how later in the game you'll be like, "shit, how the fuck do I reach that ledge" and then you randomly go to a tree 10 screens away, change to winter, and whoops suddenly there's convenient snow stairs.AniHawk said:LW2 sounds kinda not what I like. I still have bad memories from Oracle of Seasons and every swimming level ever.
stuburns said:More ridiculous claims of EDGE lacking some sort of objective game scoring. EDGE threads are always fun to laugh at how incredibly moronic people can be.
I do agree. My main gripe with the Edge hate is that people claim they're bias to English developers without even considering the other possibilities. When people like the 1up grew rip on Edge, it's pretty laughable, the standard of writing in Edge, even today outclasses just about any other games publication.bonesmccoy said:I like Edge, but they screw up the odd review like any other publication and are not immune to creating controversy to attract attention. I recall a certain overly hyped _ _ _ game that was given a relatively low score without accompanying explanation in the review. It was, come to think of it, more an issue of poor editorial restraint, than the lack of an objective and consistent metric.
Hey, I liked Oracle of Seasons. The season changing mechanic led to some interesting puzzles. The only bad part was that sometimes the tree stumps were far away.AniHawk said:LW2 sounds kinda not what I like. I still have bad memories from Oracle of Seasons and every swimming level ever.