I tried Viva and was impressed by graphics, but not really excited about the gameplay itself. I don't want to rake a garden so little worms can move in and do whatever it is pinata's do to procreate. Just me though, people can enjoy whatever they want.
how can you not consider GoW to be casual? the main "campaign" mode
is short, and the online multiplayer is great for an hour or so at a time, ditto
that would be a definition of "casual" would it not?
a game like oblivion on the other hand would be considered a "hardcore" game
aimed at people who like more than a 10 minute blast.
cynical i might be...stupid i am not.
not really, theres no nerve to strike, i dont work for Epic or any of them
and obviously you dont know much if you think online is only good for a hour, you should consider the number of people who have the Seriously... achievement, which is to get 10,000 kills.
or, how its been the top played xbox live game for months since its release, still "only fun for a hour"
this, my 37 year old friend who goes on a wii forum, is why i called you a stupid gamer.
well guys, it looks like we'll have to beg to differ.
oddly enough, the Wii forum isn't the only forum i frequent. it does however
seem to have the most "protective" forumites i have come across.
i made a statement, which was (and still is) my opinion. for that i get
flippant remarks, not quite flaming, but almost, aimed back at me because
i question the business decision of the worlds richest company.
a lot of people i know specifically bought a 360 to play GoW, when up until then,
the last consoles they had bought were SNES, MegaDrive or PS1's.....that's what
i would class as casual.
as for affiliation to companies (sovieto, from your "epic" remark) i ought to
have more than probably either of you. i'm currently an MCP, who is working
through MCSA an (hopefully) onto MCSE. look up the abreviations to see
what i'm referring to.
as for schools being better than 27 years ago (flood502) you're probably
right...they're bound to be better equipped. all we had were BBC and amstrads "computers".
oh, by the way...windows 3.x isn't an OS, it's a GUI for DOS.
as for the MAC? i'm no fan, never touched one tbh, and unless i get into
graphics or dtp then i doubt i ever will.
you don't take kindly to patronisation? i don't take kindly to childish flippant
"whatever" nonsense...i see enough of that every day on tv thank you.
anyway, as i said, we'll have to beg to differ on this one.