once again revived by ahmad
so i decided to try the Riiiiidge Racer unbounded demo and i kind of enjoyed it a liiiiiiitle bit
the game has matured
a bit. drifting isn't as easy as it used to be which is good, the driving is still isn't as good as other games; it's boring and unresponsive. and destroying concrete walls and blowing up big trucks by driving into them is a bad idea. i can't believe someone there said "hey! that would look cool and make the game much more fun!" IT DOESN'T
one thing that really caught my attention was the track maker (the advanced one). how many racers offer a track maker as complex as this one?
overall, it's a below average game and i wouldn't buy it.
thanks to roktfiq and dabbaba i am now a hardcore dirt fan! (jk i'm still a noob)
i went and downloaded the demo for Dirt:Showdown and the first thing that struck me was how aggresive the game felt. even the menu is all WHOOSH BOOM KA-BAM. but -like dirt 3-, the menus were awesome as usual. enough about menus
the game is fun, enough said. it's not as deep and skill-based as dirt 3 but it is fun. it's much more arcadey and chaotic and would be great for online multiplayer (if only i found someone else playing the demo :/)
it also changed a lot, the tracks are much smaller and the demo only offered a circuit (i'm not sure if that's the case for the whole game) and driving felt much heavier... oh and one last thing: THE CARS HAVE HEALTH BARS
spec ops: the line! yay arabia in a videogame!
so this game takes place in a destroyed (natural disaster) Dubai and the story involves saving survivors and stuff.
you play as a super boring soldier with two cool partners (i forgot their names) and start the demo at the beginning of the story (i assume) where you have to enter the city.
it's a good game.
the shooting is great, the graphics are great and the level design is just brilliant.
i recommend everyone to go check it out if you're into 3rd person shooters.
the shooting is definitely better than uncharted's and everyone seemed to like it
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