Trance wrote:Tried out Day Z for ArmA II these past couple days, and I am absolutely loving it. This is way more hardcore survival than Minecraft could ever hope to be.
The interesting thing about this mod is the most dangerous creatures are not the zombies; they're other players. There's an unspoken "shoot first, ask questions later" policy among the players of this mod, which means that you might be unlucky enough to be darting through a forest on your way to the next village only to be mown down by a burst of automatic fire from a nearby hill. And major coastal cities are pretty much a death sentence -- places like those are a haven for predatory bandits.
Still, having loads of fun playing with Hellser and a few more of my friends.
Ghastly_dragon wrote:Finished Rage. Not a bad game at all. As shooters go, it was quite long, and had a hell of a lot of variety! The gun-play as well was really satisfying, even if there were a few ammo types I didn't really use often.
Many of those complaints stem from it having some RPG elements and being compared to Borderlands and Fallout 3. Those do wasteland exploration and questing a lot better but if you take Rage as strictly a FPS, then it's a lot better. One other complaint is that the ending was anticlimactic, but it's an obvious set-up for an already-confirmed sequel (hilariously, I didn't hear those complaints for Crysis 2, which was very similar in that regard).Project Dark Fox wrote:So why do I keep hearing people to steer clear of this game? I nearly picked it up in a Steam Sale, but had to resist in fear of overspending.
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