- Jun 13, 2009
I liked the demo because it was short and I feel like it'll be easy to replay with more precision next time around without taking tons of time; I'm about ready to buy the game since it's now $40 from the PS store (I prefer to buy digital).how is the game compared to the demo?
i really liked the demo but felt VERY short.
They've had some great games, and I enjoy that they put out the lesser known games. For example, Horizon Chase Turbo, I would've never paid for, but I enjoy it.I picked it up on PS+ so I'll give it a try at some point here soon. PS+ overall hasn't been that great, not sure that I will renew after this year. I mainly only had it for Monster Hunter World, but I moved to PC for that.
Yeah, I thought they've gave out enough good games to justify the $40/year I've got it for every Black Friday. I have a good backlog to play through now just from PS+. I still need to finish Yakuza Kiwami that they gave away several months back.They've had some great games, and I enjoy that they put out the lesser known games. For example, Horizon Chase Turbo, I would've never paid for, but I enjoy it.
Here's the list for the US releases:
I wanted to too, but that's not going to happen with the epic store getting involved. They are not getting any money from me, unless the game becomes available from alternative sources (I don't mean launcher).Yeah, well worth playing. I'm waiting for the PC version to do another play-through.
They're kind of like a modern take on 1990's point and click adventure games. You're just looking around for objects you can interact with. You either press a button or move the right stick in a circular motion. Conversations are along the lines of Mass Effect as far as having 2-5 choices available.never played any of their games but I hear the same thing about all Quantic Dream titles- high marks for cinematic presentation but gameplay falls short