Originally Posted by white owl
I do too...well sort of.
I don't get bored with good games but I see through the BS quickly. If you game has so little content that you have to force necessary grinding in every aspect of the game, I can spot it within a few hours and that's the end for me.
I feel like there's 1 or 2 AAA titles a year that really got it right in most aspects.
I was looking forward to Anthem but it appears to be a shoot and loot game with no loot. The combat looks amazing and so does the environment and I want to play SO BADLY but they ruined it. I understand the time and effort it takes to get a game as good as it is now but I shouldn't have been released without a solid story and loot that rivals that of Borderlands.
Tbh I absolutely HATE the state FFXV is in but the story seems to be there and the gameplay is very good. The game looks good but not so good that I should be averaging 60fps and dips into the 30s.
I'll be downloading DMC5 from the looks of it, thanks. I've never played one and it indeed looks fantastic.
well youre missing the original point to grind here and where games like borderlands took their loot aspect from, being diablo II.
3 tiers of each base item, 4 tiers of quality and infinite based on properties, either being magical, rare, unique etc. the difference is it was never implemented quite as well as in diablo II. Loki attempted and made a new level of this, but it never caught on. borderlands showed its limits once getting to the final area with dozens of gun cases and never yielding much beyond the 3rd or 4th reloot(apart from a few uniques). dead island simply never had a standard for drops being that even strong bosses just simply dropped money. Diablo II gave you a reason to run caves half a dozen times in a row. or to completely wipe a room before restarting, maphisto, diablo baal and the ultras. a party would average a number of upgrades per run, or supplement another character or at least generate a trade item worthy of an upgrade for the latter.
but back to the OP, dunuvo has clearly become an addon to developers that yields little to be desired. if single player games are broken on day one, whats the point, and MP games tend to have their own filters to block the cheaters, well why buy into it, then be forced to release 2 versions of the exact same game?
and i agree with the above, anthem looked awesome, but unfortunately it has degraded to a typical EA release.