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  1. I'm surprised this didn't happen sooner. Spider-Man looks like it's already primed to be a very successful series. Sony has had the rights to Resistance for years now and has done nothing with it, so I don't think we should expect this to change anything. Although I do wonder if Bluepoint is working on a remastered Resistance trilogy similar to what they did with Uncharted.
  2. I don't think I'm going to watch any videos related to this game anymore. In my opinion, Kojima has always delivered unique and engaging experiences that have never left me disappointed. I know I'll be buying this day one, so there's no point in spoiling any more of it for myself.
  3. Looks good, not sure yet if any of these will be a tedious grind.
  4. With the new DLC you can just create level 30 characters, so there's no need to farm for exp if you're just going for the trophies tied to each character's skill.
  5. Prior to making DMC5 Itsuno was given the okay from the founder of Capcom to make whichever he wanted between Dragon's Dogma 2 and DMC5. He decided to go with DMC5 and seeing as that was a success, he may very well be working on Dragon's Dogma 2. Capcom also did mention a few months ago that they currently have 2 or 3 games being developed in the RE Engine.
  6. - More information, maybe gameplay for Elden Ring - Gameplay for Death Stranding - Capcom officially revealing the RE3 Remake or at least one of the other games they have in the works (hopefully Dragon's Dogma 2) - More gameplay/information for Persona 5 Royale - SEGA showing off the next Yakuza game
  7. No, you don't need to play prior games to understand this one. There are a few easter eggs and references you might not get, but that's about it.
  8. More games have been added to the list like Spiderman and all of the other AC games. I ended up picking up the Spiderman Deluxe Edition since it's $32 on the Canadian store. Doubt I'll be saving much more on it if I wait until Black Friday.
  9. I don't think the series is overrated. The story is pretty good, but I wouldn't put it up there as one of the greats. I can't really speak for the level design since it's been years since I've played any of them, but I have played each campaign multiple times, so I would say they were good enough for me. One of the best aspects of Halo is the combat, which really shines in the multiplayer. I think you're also focused too much on the campaign. I've always seen Halo as more of a multiplayer affair similar to CoD and GoW. Halo 1 had a decent multiplayer, while 2's was very good and 3's was incredible. In my opinion, Halo: Reach is the best Halo has to offer. Both the multiplayer and campaign are a step-up from the original trilogy and you might also enjoy it more since there are no flood. Halo 3: ODST is also worth a try. If you don't like the original trilogy then I'd say avoid the new games by 343. I played 4 and it was terribly boring.
  10. For me it's between Mundus from Devil May Cry on DMD difficulty and Arch Tempered Nergigante from Monster Hunter World. An honourable mention would be Shao Kahn from MK3.
  11. This looks great. Definitely going to keep an eye on it.
  12. I feel like a lot of show runners also write with an absolute focus on the first season most likely because of the chance that the show may be cancelled. This results in a stellar first season being produced, but any subsequent seasons ending up lacklustre or aimless because the creator never even intended for the story to proceed beyond the first season. There are of course creators that do plan out the story from start to finish and it does show, although it seems rare these days. Although it's an anime, I've found Attack on Titan to go from a good show to incredible with its more recent seasons. That's because it's clear that the creator of the manga had planned out the story from start to finish and the studio adapting his work is following the source material pretty well. I believe it's generally better for shows to be adaptations rather than originals because it seems like show runners are more effective at bringing an already existing world to life rather than imagining one from scratch. A lot of the shows I've enjoyed more recently like Altered Carbon and The Boys are adapted from source material like books and comics. That's not to say all adaptations are good. A lot of the Netflix Marvel shows are terrible. Each season is around 13 episodes long, yet they could have easily been condensed to 8 or less and have been much better for it. Game of Thrones is also a good example of the show runners not having source material for their last few seasons and being utterly lost. Even though they consulted with the George R.R. Martin, they were unable to really capture any of his ideas.
  13. I'd be more inclined to believe that if they begin offering three different games.
  14. [SPOILERS for those that want to wait until official EVO reveal] There's been a leak about 3 new characters that were to be revealed on August 4 during EVO. These characters are E. Honda, Poison and Lucia Morgan. You can watch the trailer at the link below. https://www.eventhubs.com/news/2019/jul/31/street-fighter-5-arcade-edition-characters-leaked-evo-2019/
  15. Not surprising in the least. It's the reason why I won't buy MW day one either. Sure it might release in a good state, but make no mistake, mtx will be added down the line.