Dan Howdle wrote:Can't say. Just that disappointment won't factor. It's old school in more ways than one.
Eli Vance wrote:ClownTrousers wrote:Not sure how it's depressing to give easier options to people.
As long as I can play it the way I want to I'm happy*
Depressing as in going straight on hard means the game is only going to get one playthrough.
What if how you want to play the game conflicts with the experience? I mean, gameplay difficulty re-inforcing the story and heightening the experience overall.
Dan Howdle wrote:Considering the game is 3xCOD length on hard
Tom909 wrote:Dan Howdle wrote:Considering the game is 3xCOD length on hard
Oh no, it's finally happening. COD is now so ingrained in the industry that the press are even measuring the length of new games in CODs rather than good 'ol fashioned hours.
Makes me shudder to think what's next... Games which are 2xCOD in difficulty? A 0.5 COD music score?
Dan Howdle wrote:Nah-uh. Not one, but two unlockable difficulties beyond hard. Hardcore, and Old School.
Hard is just an apparatif. Considering the game is 3xCOD length on hard - did I just say that? Oops - that's quite a lot of game.
In addition to the difficulty modes, there's also Arcade mode, with either legging it through the game score attack style (with your friends scores to beat displayed on-screen), or speed-running it in a mode called New York Minute; you start with only a minute and you have to complete the game with time added for headshots.
In answer to your second question it scales with the skill of the player, doesn't it? If the level is unchallenging, cut-scenes will seem too close together; that's just one example. So play it on hard and they won't. If you're an unskilled player (total noob) put it on normal and use soft lock; the pacing will be the same because you're awful at it. It scales. The same applies to all other aspects of the game. The worst thing you can do is approach it as a skilled, experienced player and make it too easy, because yes, you will spoil it for yourself.
stikboy78 wrote:i'm confused. the games reviewer in that free paper thingy the metro gave sniper elite v2 4 out of 5 stars and said the AI was excellent..... who do i trust???
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