After three years of development and a fairly good amount of money, Dragon's Dogma is finally available. Visually, the game is certainly a bit disappointing, with too many pop-up and framerate issues, some annoying traces of aliasing and poorly designed characters. That being said, it you can get passed all that, the landscapes are pretty nice nonetheless and the combat system, not to mention the impressive monsters, make the game very appealing. It's just a shame there is no strong story behind the game, as in the end, Capcom's title really is a mix of good and just average. We captured a few videos of the Xbox 360 version, so come on in and check them out.
@Megido: Nope. Nothing to do with ultimate. It's just easier to aim and shoot in this game. (12 minutes ago)
@Megido: the answer is the soldier 76 who has the best aim. (15 minutes ago)
Who do you think will be the best, the Soldier 76 who knows when to use his ult, rockets and heal, vs the one that gets one kill per ult, heals no teammates and misses the rockets? (22 minutes ago)
@scoobs0688: Yes, but i'm saying that stuff like that is offset by skill use, cooldowns and synergies. It might be a bit simpler in some ways, but it also has a lot of complexity in other than aim. (24 minutes ago)
@Megido: How about how most of the guns have zero recoil? (26 minutes ago)
It's like a new fighter. Scrubs will go online the first month when all scrubs are palying, pwn some othe nabs, then when teh community matures, they get torn to shreds. (28 minutes ago)
I have never been good at CS, was ok at quake though. But it's a different skillset. (43 minutes ago)