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darkhairwarrior

darkhairwarrior

Wicked.

Male, 17, United States

Gaming Grunge Age: 17 Fav Game: Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction

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Tue 18th September, 2012

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darkhairwarrior

#2

darkhairwarrior commented on Rumour: Did a Caterer Just Reveal Tony Hawk's ...:

Honestly I can't wait, I never stopped loving the Pro Skater games and I welcome this PS4 entry. Hopefully they go all out with crazy ideas; I heard there's gonna be hoverboards in the game too. Imagine a zero gravity THPS (Kinda like Mario Kart 8).

Show me some gameplay, Activision.

By the way guys, it's in the background of the picture in case you didn't notice.

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#8

darkhairwarrior commented on Review: Slender: The Arrival (PlayStation 4):

Game design wise, yeah, Slender has never been good, but I do enjoy playing it with some friends. The atmosphere is great and the panic of an unpredictable Slender always chasing you is true horror, even if it can be extremely cheap at times.

I bought this on PS3, any word on wither or not this is cross-buy? I'd probably drop another $10 just to support the developers and to have a fun little horror game for PS4, but it'd be nice to get it for free.

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#13

darkhairwarrior commented on Demand a Final Fantasy VII Remake Thanks to Sq...:

Am I the only one that doesn't think a FFVII remake would be the greatest thing ever? Sure, it'd be great to see a classic reborn for a new generation, but it still wouldn't capture that PS1 era style and it'd only be new for so long.

If it were to be made, I'm sure it'd be great, but I think that upcoming FF game will be better than a FFVII remake would have been.

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#16

darkhairwarrior commented on Ratchet & Clank PS4 Is Further Along Than You ...:

I've seen the game (Not first hand), I've gotten information on the game (First hand), I can answer a lot of questions.

First off, the game looks almost as good as the movie. Ratchets model is pretty much the exact same as the film's only with a bit less fur detail, and the shading looks more like A Crack in Time's cell shady tone.

Second, the game will play a lot like Into the Nexus. You can upgrade your weapons, health, etc. Most of the main weapons from Ratchet & Clank 1 will be returning (Like the Blaster, Devestator, Pyrocitor, etc.) with redesigns and upgrading, and the returning planets will roughly be the same only with PS4 graphical updates and different level designs.

Third, Micheal Bross has been confirmed to be making the game's soundtrack, and it's somewhat inspired from David Bergeaud's soundtracks.

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#18

darkhairwarrior commented on These Are the Knights of PS4 Exclusive The Ord...:

I like how one guy out of the several people that showcased the game on YouTube said it was five hours long and everyone listens to him but not the several other people that say it was easily 10 or so hours on a normal playthrough.

Also, the guy that played it in 5 hours was playing on easy mode and rushed through the game pretty quickly. For instance, you could easily and quickly beat MGS3 on Very Easy, but if you played on Normal mode it'd take much longer because enemies would pose a serious threat.

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#21

darkhairwarrior commented on Would You Resist a New Resistance Game on PS4?:

Maybe Ready At Dawn is working on Resistance PS4 now that they're finished with The Order?

Regardless of the developer, as long as it keeps what made the series so good (Open level design that embraced exploration, fun weapons, interesting story, varied enemies, etc.) I'd buy a Resistance PS4 game day 1. The series left on such a high note in R3, which was one of my favorite games on PS3.

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#23

darkhairwarrior commented on DmC: Definitive Edition for PS4 Unleashes Its ...:

@k_andersen You know he's been confirmed to be a younger version of the actual Dante from the other games (DmC takes place a few hundred years before DMC3)?
By the end of the game he matures into the Dante we all know and love. It's a decent origin story but there are a lot of new plot holes because of new events but that's how the DMC series has been since the anime was made, they really don't look ahead when writing their stories.

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#33

darkhairwarrior commented on Review: Slender: The Arrival (PlayStation 3):

@gbanas92

So was this review purely based on the port job? If so, then yeah I do think the score should be low because the PS3 can do much better than this, but a lot of people look at reviews like these and judge it as the overall game's score (Like how the Jak and Daxter collection on Vita is bad but those games are actually amazing).

That said, hopefully this comes to PS4, where it'll probably have better graphics and possibly VR compatibility.

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#34

darkhairwarrior commented on Review: Slender: The Arrival (PlayStation 3):

I'm sorry but this review is waaay too harsh. I've played The Arrival on PS3 and I downright loved it as it was a solid horror game and was incredibly fun to play. For a $10 indie game with very low budget, it's pretty impressive. If it were longer, I'd gladly pay $40 for a longer experience, even though it took me roughly 5 hours to finish The Arrival on PS3.

There's also a lot of points here that don't make sense. For instance, you say you need to slam L3 in order to sprint? You can just hold L2. Low framerate? It only drops to 20fps when entering a new area, and there aren't even any threats during those times. Finicky controls? The controls are fine, yeah the head bobs a bit silly but that doesn't merit a 3/10.

The console edition also features new levels and new open areas as links between levels to make the experience a lot more fluid, so it's a lot better than the PC version in some regards. (Yeah there's a patch for the PC version out now but it wasn't at first)

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#40

darkhairwarrior commented on These New Screenshots Prove That Tearaway Unfo...:

I still think Tearaway and Tearaway Unfolded stand as their own separate games with their own gimmicks and their own version of the story to tell. Vita didn't lose an exclusive, Tearaway just got a new one.

As for which one is better, I have to play this first, but I really liked the interactiveness of the original. I think Unfolded will basically become this generation's Jak and Daxter. Just made of cute paper.