posted on Jun, 12 2019 @ 02:15 AM
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: GreenGunther
It is as the French would say.. meh
The developer appears to be trying to do something different with the structure of the game , I quite fancy building my own revolution so if the game
can deliver what it offers I see no reason for ... meh.
It's also set in London which is also a bonus.
It does seem to offer something different in terms of playing as different characters, each obviously has their own skill set etc. but really just
copy pasting. GTA V offered us the option to play as different characters, the graphics and scenery appear to be very similar to the original
watchdogs... If I want to start a revolution then Homefront is usually the go-to, although I was very disappointed with Homefront: The Revolution.
I'm just looking for something original... have you ever noticed how all their games now contain the same mechanics? Assassins creed, far cry, ghost
recon... They all started sharing the same gameplay mechanics, which I find to be very lazy.
It takes a lot to impress me, all I'm looking forward to at this point is Cyberpunk, we all know there will only be a huge graphical leap once there's
a new gen of consoles. Not holding my breath.
In terms of originality my opinion still stands.. Meh
PS. Ubi's driving mechanics feels like piloting a rock, doesn't really matter which form of transportation you choose.
Really hoping they'll improve that.
edit on 12-6-2019 by GreenGunther because: (no reason given)