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At 4/12/10 03:16 PM, killer32 wrote: played it, not scary it at all just boring and a rip off of stalker
This is the dumbest thing I ever said in my enitre life.
I don't kill out of hatred, I kill out of love.
This game was not scary. Had good atmosphere that kept you on edge, but not scared.
I am lovin' me some Retro Haze .
At 12/29/12 11:14 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: So, how good is Metro, really? It looks interesting, but are there any downsides to it?
Also, why is Stalker still not ported to X Box 360? And why isn't Crysis, for that matter, when Crysis 2 is?
Crysis has been on games on demand for probably a year now, it was ported shortly after Crysis 2 was released.
At 1/1/13 09:47 PM, Sense-Offender wrote:At 12/30/12 12:35 PM, Jackho wrote: Crysis has been on games on demand for probably a year now, it was ported shortly after Crysis 2 was released.really? but still no physical copy?
Lol, from what I've seen, the port is horrid. Cryengine 2 was never meant to be utilized on the xbox like that.
The thing about both CE2 and 3 is that they utilize all available processing power. If it ain't setup for the xbox in the dev stage, then it can't be utilized properly.
At 5/3/10 05:15 PM, Lost-Chances wrote: Honestly, judging by the game, I'd give it a miss. If you want a scare, there are likely A LOT better games. If you want a Russian post-apocolyptic game...Well...I'm going to actually have to say S.T.AL.K.E.R. may be up your street since it's a little more free-roaming. I'm not saying that automatically free-roaming is better than linear paths, but judging by what I heard about Metro 2033, I wouldn't buy it.
It's really quite good. Don't listen to Lost. It's amazing.
However, you really need a powerful PC to run it fine.