hopefully same staff involved, and they use the first game as base and expanded it from there. for first game it is actually only around 1/3 or 30% of full original idea that they could incorporate in the game. imagine if they can bring what they cant before. in GDC presentation Hideaki Itsuno mention that originally the size actually twice than what we got. lets pray he also involved.My biggest fear is than not even Dragon's Dogma 2 will have the combat depth that the original had.
Never heard about Insurgency, but checking wiki it's coming to consoles this year. I'll check it out.Recently I reinstalled MW2019 after having been playing Insurgency Sandstorm for the past few months and realized that I no longer like CODs style of game play. This made me wonder if anyone else has had experiences where certain games in certain genres have made them stop playing other games. I don't mean iterative games, ie. Smash 64 vs Melee, or Soul Calibur 2 vs 6, but games from different franchises.
Same here, I put over 180 hours in to Rise and currently at HR 141......I just can't stop playing this game.Must say after finally being bitten by the Monster Hunter (Rise) bug, it takes an inhuman amount of effort for me to even consider playing anything else at the moment on my Switch.
Once that game digs it's claws into you, the gameplay loop is like a crack addiction.
Weird, I was the opposite. played HZD first and it is so much better than BOTW it took me 3 tries and a few months to finally get into it (botw still good besides a few things though)
Exact same thing happened to me.. i eventually got back to Horizon and thought it had some good parts (story, dinos)… the open world and traversal was quite bad after botw still though
To me, the moment that killed horizon for me was when I was heading toward a random mission marker some ways away. There was a mountain between me and that marker. I figured that it was faster to go straight there rather than take the long way around, so I made a bee line straight there. I got 99% of the way up the mountain and I found myself completely stuck behind a waist high wall where I could clearly see my way to the other side of the mountain. This open world game placed an invisibility wall in the way blocking my way over a ledge that almost no one in the real world would even be slowed down by.Weird, I was the opposite. played HZD first and it is so much better than BOTW it took me 3 tries and a few months to finally get into it (botw still good besides a few things though)
OT:bad company 2,BF3 and PUBG made me stop playing any other shooters when each came out.I really hope BF6 does the same.
At one point i was playing ac origins and dragon age inquisition and realised they were just not as good as witcher 3, then after spending 50 hours on witcher 3 4 month break and decided to play dragonage origins (this was the 6th time playing it and never completing the game) i fucking loved it, id honestly say its one of my fav rpgs of all time and made me realise that witcher 3s combat is abso messy but the side quests is what kept me hooked because they all had there own storysRecently I reinstalled MW2019 after having been playing Insurgency Sandstorm for the past few months and realized that I no longer like CODs style of game play. This made me wonder if anyone else has had experiences where certain games in certain genres have made them stop playing other games. I don't mean iterative games, ie. Smash 64 vs Melee, or Soul Calibur 2 vs 6, but games from different franchises.
You mean you have very low standards.Fortnite.
I was heavy into Overwatch until Fortnite dropped.
Now Hood Outlaws and Legends (a game pre Fortnite me would've loved) is about to come out and I'm like "Meh, Season 8 is about a month away. I'll just keep playing Fortnite."
Other games just do not appeal to me in the same way anymore. Standards have been raised.
I have the same problem with all the new open-world Assassin's Creed games, I like them but Breath of the Wild makes them feel really old school.
Horizon is bland and average. At least GOT has a decent story and characters aswell as much more interesting World.Thats really interesting. I played HZD a year after BOTW and enjoyed it, but the world felt bad. The story kept me going and I enjoyed the fort raids.
That being said, GOT is a reskin of the same game and by that point I was tired of it.