Did you show the Darkness what Light can do?
- 26 Jun 2022
Boy gives away puzzle hints way too early. And by early I mean, he tells you before you even see it…
For what I saw, seems that each 'world' has two differentiated areas: the one for mainly the main story and some collectibles, and then a clearly designated optional area for side quests and loot that seems to be as big as the 'main story' area or even more, and features many extra puzzles, bosses and collectables.Agreed. I'm about 17hrs in, but I haven't advanced much in the story. I've been doing a lot of side content. It's actually interesting how the side content is consequential to the story and the characters, and not just some tacked on thing to bloat the game. My guess is that I'd be at probably 1/4th of the actual main story.
Feels like a DLC. Really, it does. It's better, but not "new game better". Is it wrong? Probably not, given from what standard it's come from
I don't remeber to have had that same feeling from Batman. But as I said: GOWR comes from such a high standard GOW which was pretty much at the top of the best of the best.Every single sequel nowadays will feel like DLC then.
I'm a bit further than that now, the ending for that area was soo cool followed by the boss fight that happens when you go home is nutsI played 15 hours so far, and the game keeps improving and adding important new stuff in both gameplay and narrative sides. The narrative/story is really awesome, saw the black female that got teased in the trailer in the game for the first time and is a great character too, like everybody else. The environment art in the worlds that aren't the starting one full of snow, like the one where this girl was look stunning.
The game keeps delivering and improving.
What is wrong is saying that this game feels like a DLC.Feels like a DLC. Really, it does. It's better, but not "new game better". Is it wrong? Probably not, given from what standard it's come from
I'm just gonna say it. Anyone saying this game feels like DLC is full of horse .
Do you understand how sequels and games in general work? Ridiculous.
What is wrong is the stupid bullshit nonsense of saying that this game feels like a DLC.
I played 21 hours now. This game is way bigger and more complex than the previous one, improves and improves all its areas: traversal gameplay, combat, exploration, narrative or visuals adding big changes and additions.
According to you every single sequel in gaming history feels like a DLC.
I respect your opinionI told you why it feels like a DLC: it is exactly the same of the 2018 game. Of course the story is moved forward, of course it's not a "DLC" because it's a full fledge story, and not just some 1 hour quick side quest.
But the game, the mechanic, the loading screens are exactly the same of the 2018 version. And I believe that what is really pulling the game down is the PS4 compatibility. THAT is what probably why to me it gives a DLC feeling.
Is the game worth €80 of day one? YES
It remain the fact that the PS4 generation is influencing, negatively, GOWR and other games. The sooner we move to full PS5 games, the better.I respect your opinion
yep i can see your point, at least maybe in the graphics department and some game design, those inching through the gap in the walls i guess which are done for loading.It remain the fact that the PS4 generation is influencing, negatively, GOWR and other games. The sooner we move to full PS5 games, the better.
PS4 hardware did hold GoW Ragnarok to shine even more… anybody playing it can see it is very rooted in last gen hardware… they didn’t even try to hide it adding some weak RT features.
Boat hate- water hate-fish hate.Exactly. And this is why I say that it feels like a DLC. It's a PS4 game, with upgraded graphic for the PS5 and excellent haptic feedback. But that's it.
It's not a nextgen game: feels and plays as an old generation with all the loading screens that were just kept there, because otherwise we would have lost all the lore. Oh, and the game is way too linear and the boat riding feels old pretty soon.
Go replay 2018 for a minute and get that opinion fixed.But the game, the mechanic, the loading screens are exactly the same of the 2018 version. And I believe that what is really pulling the game down is the PS4 compatibility. THAT is what probably why to me it gives a DLC feeling.
We need a Thor-cat. Quick!Boat hate- water hate-fish hate.
I see where your going.
Happy that you are feeling better but still a scumbag in my book