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Discussion in 'PS4 & PS3' started by stolenxnametag, Apr 29, 2014.
I think I'll wait for a review. :-D
I'll have to borrow it.
If i'm unsure about a game i borrow it, i've never played a game based on a critics review
Put my friends acct on my ps dl it, play it then delete. Problem solved. Done it before
Read description, Looked at Screen Shots,
Scary game. Definitely not a fan as I've stated previously. Though I will probably watch someone stream it on the PS4.
I'll probably grab it.I loved Outlast, and from the streams, it looks similar. $10 sounds like a good price.
I think I am the opposite spectrum. I got absolutely bored with Outlast, so I will probably steer clear of this.
Why am I not surprised
Outlast gave me a few frights. But that was because I played alone, in the dark, with the Gold headset blasted up. Loved the thrill. But it wore off quickly. Daylight is appearing to be similar. I think at this point I'll go watch a stream of it and see what is going on with it. That should give me much better info than descriptor text, a review, or screenshots ever will.
Agreed, by the end you sort of knew the patterns, buy I still liked it.
I'm also a huge fan of the streaming, its definitely helped me in my fave purchases lately.
IGN dogged it.
Well that tells me absolutely nothing. Haven't trusted IGN in over a decade.
Yeah, they pretty much tore it apart, say for the story - which was written by their Ex-host Jessica Chobot.
Like all news sources regardless off topic, I take iGN with a grain of salt. Everyone's got a bias.
I'm not the only one? Nice!
Yea. There is a super bias going on in that site. Probably swayed by money. Of course, I don't trust any review really. I just read them for the opinions that they are.
I generally like the reviews here. The score is typically fair to their review policy, and the criticisms are incredibly helpful. The negative things are not always dealbreakers (hell, sometimes they're quirks that I like), but they effectively point out some of the most interesting things in the games without spoiling them. Most websites aren't objective enough to do that. IGN (last time I checked) doesn't do that.