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It seems like a good idea, even though not original....there's a clear indication that the american natives will play a role in it, so I'm definitely pumped to see what will that entail
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Well, the story is supposed to take place during the American Revolutionary War so there are building around. Of course, he may do guerrilla warfare.
i wonder , Mass Effect 3, i seen trailers and it is very interesting game ... it is RPG or shooter genres ? i need to buy Mass effect 1 and 2 for follow up storyline or just play Mass Effect 3 what you recommend for it?
and March 13, i can't wait for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations ... i can't wait for play Killer Bee... and i hear rumor around Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generation will DLC content in summer or it was false rumor ?
I would recommend playing both prequels...I mean Bioware always tried to tell a story that can stand on its own, but Mass Effect 3 as you've seen from trailers tackles a war...the prequels tell the story of why that war is happening...
Both prequels are different though...ME 1 has more RPG elements and a not so fluid combat system and some weird controls...ME 2 improved on controls but got rid of many RPG elements...so it's an interesting experience...but the characters and the story are amazing IMO...ME3 looks like it's taking the positives from both games, so I'm even more excited
Otherwise you won't understand much about ME 3 and even if BioWare makes it understandable for a new player like you, you'll miss one of the main (if not THE main) point of this game : the consequences of your choices. ME3 will be influenced by the minor mand major choices you made in the 2 previous games.
I mean, it's a trilogy. You don't watch the last episode of Star Wars or Lord of The Rings if you didn't watch the previous ones (if you have the choice).
edit : huh, yeah for those who didn't watch it yet :
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The BioWare guy even suggested not to use a save game for the first play through, just to see how much would change with your own choices with the second time. It would give more reason and drive for a second play through, just to see different outcomes, like losing a planet or member. I shouldn't have slept with anyone in 2 for the Ashley route...
ME1 costs 10€, ME2 20€ or illigaly zero. You will get a recount of the important events of the first one when you start part two without a save, where you can chose the different outcomes of some events to create a background for changes in 2, but I won't spoil any plot here.
The trailer of Assassin Creed 3 :
With massive trolls in the channel commentaries.
Has anyone played the Vice City Mod with the RAGE engine? If so, what did you think about it?
The steambox looks like a PC actually. Without the advantages of a PC. I don't know what to think about it. With the current building it would hardly cost under 400 euros. A Xbox, PS3, or the Wii (and certainly Wii U) are way less expensives.
Valve, with Steam platform, is an eldorado for indepedant developpers. Because the Big Three owners (Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo) won't give them easily a "sesame" to launch their game/project on their own platform. So, the steambox would allow you to access to a LOT of indepedant games, at very low prices. The thing is, with such hardware in its box, it is also designed for big games. I don't know if it is interesting for console gamers (casual or not), you can have all of this in a PC. You can also configure a PC for your tv.
There is also the problem of the distribution. Will there be many physical distributors who would agree to sell console which only offer dematerialized games ? Of course Valve can decide to sell it online only, but will it be able to reach a big audience ? All the console players are not hardcore gamers.
Another point, since the Steam Box is basically a PC tuned, there is the problem of Direct X. Almost, if not all, all PC games need that to work, and Microsoft is its owner. How do you think Microsoft would react ?