I think there's a good chance they will bring more old characters back later.ThaInfo1 wrote:Tekken is pretty dope so far. I like the rage feature...it's fresh, impactful without being overbearing.
They got rid of some favs (Julia, Anna, Kangaroo, The cute leg fighter ), but some of the newbies are dope.
I also realized that the offline content is really weak. I mean, sure, nowadays the most important thing about games like Tekken is the online mode, but still there should be some things to do for people who don't want to play online all the time. I haven't tried the story mode yet, but the lack of some simple modes such as "Survival", "Time Challenge" or a VS mode against CPUs is weird and there are only five battles in arcade mode, wtf? That's a bit ridiculous. The customization isn't really anything special either. Not sure what took them so long to create this game tbh.ThaInfo1 wrote:Mmmkay. Now I'm kind a disappointed with the game. For starters, I miss Tekken Force. They could've really did something with that mode on this game. Besides the matches, there isn't much life to this game like the other tekken games in the series.
I've already finished Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. It's really good. Now that Nate's story is concluded, I hope that the Uncharted series might be continued with Chloe as the protagonist.randomness wrote:Ready for more Uncharted this week.
Omg I almost forgot about the Spyro games. I loved them when I was a child. It would be nice to have them back.Biebz wrote:I'm praying that due to the success of the Crash remaster, they'll consider doing the first 3 Spyro games I love those even more than Crash
Are the crash games that different? I haven't seen anything to do with them yet, I haven't been gaming much lately.Biebz wrote:I'm praying that due to the success of the Crash remaster, they'll consider doing the first 3 Spyro games I love those even more than Crash