(due to a relocation, I will be absent from this presence. How long that absence will take is a mystery)
I'm a nice, but quiet guy. One might say that I'm completely invisible.But I'd take that as a compliment, as I'm not someone who desires attention.
I'd prefer it if people would stop sending me requests to groups that I wouldn't bother to look twice at.
I admire the friends I make, and I try to live my life as best as I can.
Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them - that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.
Before I get started, let me make one thing clear.
This is an action game. Not a thriller.
Now, personally, I did not understand the hype for this game. In fact, I pretty much felt bored of the repetitive gameplay and the average story.
Some problems I've encountered was, obviously, the gameplay. I mean, you point at an enemy, you wait till that bluish-white circle around him centers and breaks his "darkness aura", and then you pop a couple caps into him and watch him disintegrate. I mean, it's just an energy shield and you wait till that's taken off so you can finally kill them.
And the game pretty much narrows itself down to 5 enemies. Standard Taken, Heavy Taken, Fast Taken, Birds, and Poltergeist objects.
None of them being "scary"
Also, the characters are pretty much uninteresting. The radio station guy, who you only meet twice, and some douchbag FBI agent that keeps on getting your name wrong. Also, your friend Barry, who is voiced by none other than Joe Pesci. His voice irritates the crap out of me most of the time. And frankly, I'm surprised that I still managed to play through the game towards the end.
Now, most of you might disagree with me, pointing out the little bits of the game that were good (i.e. Anderson's Farm), but for me, this game didn't click. I didn't plan to buy it when it was first released, and I don't plan to play it ever again in the future.
Now, should you get it? Well, the decision is up to you. It's like the Matrix; Take the blue pill and see for yourself how Alan Wake is, or take the red pill and save/spend your money for something else.
And that is all I have to say for the matter. As for rating (even though I loathe the numbering system), a 6/10.
This was the most insane, most vulgar, most atrocious game I've ever laid my hands on.
And I loved every minute of it.
Taking down the streets of Steelport with no clothes and a dildo bat is unorthodox.
But I'll be damned if it isn't fun.
If you ever manage to come across this at a cheap price during a sale, get it.
If you want more lunacy, get the Full Package edition.
Now, If you'll excuse me, I have some more pedestrians, cops, and gang members who have yet to have their nuts cracked. ;3
P.S. This is one of those games where it's more suited to play as a woman.