There is no alteration regarding the game world, just npcs and what they talk about.How complex are the various endstates for RDR2, compared to TW3?
I did this to myself with both RTS games and the GTA series. Played them so much, the whole genre lost its color for me. However, just got back into AoE DE recently, and I must say...it's definitely a trip down memory lane. We played hours of AoE and Command & Conquer when I was in university.Got to the middle of the mesopotamian campaign in AoE. I’ve had some unexpected amounts of fun with the game until now but the repetitive gameplay and visuals are starting to take its toll on me I’ll manage to finish the whole thing, though, so no worries there.
Sounds like my relationship with the Assassin's Creed games What's ironic in my AoE case is that it's the first time in my life I've started to real and properly play it, so my slight exhaustion I can only blame it on this run of the game. The only one of the saga I fully played back in the day was AoE 3, I remember liking its gameplay and visuals a lot.I did this to myself with both RTS games and the GTA series. Played them so much, the whole genre lost its color for me.
B&BB is definitely my favorite difficulty. Most boss fights are very manageable on that difficulty. Generally speaking, the expansion boss fights are more intricate, fun and difficult.Yeah, B&BB feels pretty good so far punishmentwise. I just dread the moment when the "bossfights" start to appear.
Would you sign my petition ? haha awesome and underrated game.Postal 2