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It seems to be faithful to the comics's spirit, to be filled with cruel dilemmas, a story without gloves, an Ending.... (you're following a different group than the one in the comics), but not recommended to the depressive player.
The game lives because of it's strong story and characters and was totally worth every minute. Nowadays there aren't a lot of games where you are like "shit, what do I do now?!". You have to make some very horrible choices and time is limited so I often catched myself thinking of I really did the right thing there. That's what I loved most about the game, you think hard about the choices you have to make/you did make. That + the atmosphere make up for rather weak riddles and easy (but entertaining) action parts.
Well niichan-bro, I guess that you don't have a problem with a game being difficult as long as it gives you a good story right? That's the reason why I disagree with the majority of my friends when we discuss video games ... I LOVE difficult challenges and I think that the most entertaining aspect of video games is that feeling you get after clearing a very challenging situation ^^ man... Dark Souls satisfied my hunger for challenges. Especially after I started performing challenges and shit, like fighting bosses with no pots or without armor I did that alot in the old days... (I'm planning to finish black ops 2 while using the handgun in all stages when I get it :S).
About making choices ... Dishonored had this too but in a completely different way. You choose to either kill or spare your enemies. You can use a non-lethal approach when clearing missions and they always remind you that the more people you kill, the darker the ending was.
You can easily tell the ending I got ... It was so dark it didn't show up on the screen I killed every last NPC even civilians
Meh, it makes me kind of sad to reflect on the concept of "hard games" lately. D3 has been so nerfed to the bone, it's ridiculous. It was so fun back in May when I was wiping my ass off from being touched once in Inferno. Now I clear those bitches like it's Normal mode. Sure I have breathtaking gear, but it's still so easy if I go noob-mode again. I felt so awesome when I played well back then. I guess I really do need to go Hardcore mode again. There's just something that's exciting about not being able to die.
Nothing beats old SNES games anyway in terms of difficulty. I've said this in numerous threads including Shin's thread before
Last edited by 3c; November 22, 2012 at 06:36 PM.
Why don't you try Dark Souls?
That game is famous for its difficulty.
Oh really? I might need to check it out then.
Anyway, I can appreciate both side (difficulty or story), it seems you simply misunderstood the purpose of this game when you bought (?) it.
Did you try meat boy ? It seems exactly to be the kind of game you'd enjoy.
Catherine is also known to be extremely difficult.
Maybe Frozen Synapse too.
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Godly, back then..? Oh Gats, you know nothing. Maybe you should look my wizard up on d3.com.
I was mentioning your Demon Hunter, back in the days.
Your wizard was overpowered since day 1 since it's a reroll you gave her a ton of stuff.
I know you were. My point was that my DH back then was so ungodly compared to my wizard now, and how she's been for a while
Heroes of Newerth grand finals at DreamHack Winter right now. Winner team gets 240.000 sek :x (http://www.twitch.tv/dreamhacktv). For some reason it's double the prize of dota2!
Can't watch as I'm on my phone. Will be back home tomorrow night. Never played that game though.