Question on the PS3 (and XBox, and other similar).
I’ve been a PC gamer forever, and still active in a clan that’s been together going on about 8 years now (incidentally, the average age of the clan is mid-40’s and includes 2 police officers and an airline pilot)
Is there a pretty good online community with the game boxes? How do you interact vocally with others or type messages real time?
no where near the same level as the computer… xbox live can have its moments for as a whole the computer gamer groups are a lot better… my 0.02 anyways… as for how they interact, they all have headsets / mics… kinda like vent or the retarded brother of teamspeak (which was already odd to begin with)…
Multiplayer CQB type games is where it’s at for me, but seeing the trailers for Assassin’s Creed and Infomous could sell me for PS3 on those alone.
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Don’t forget God of War isn’t even out yet. There is no doubt that game will break the bank.
It takes more than shooting to keep me interested in a game. I was originally into Tomb Raider when it first came out, but most recently, it is like they just ran out of content. The puzzles used to be challenging and fun to play…now they are just tedious.
Infamous was probably the best blend of fighting, shooting, figuring shit out, and random free roaming action that I’ve played. The ONLY thing I hate…is that after beating it, because you took down so many enemies, there isn’t much of a threat after that. I have to play the game again to really get back into the action. While playing it, you can’t go for too long before someone takes a shot at you.
I liked that Spiderman - Web of Shadows also. The premise is "Venom infects a large population of New York turning them into “venom-zombies” which causes all of New York to fall into chaos. The ability they give you to fight in the air is impressive.
I liked Assassin’s Creed because of the time spent on the environment. It is meant for exploration and random missions. I think some people didn’t like it because it wasn’t just a fighting game. I think the point of the game was to get you to experience that time period more than it was to fight all of the time. I hope the sequel is better.