Silent Hill: Downpour has already been released in North America but Europeans will only get their hands on this new installment developed by Vatra Games next week. Despite some unexplainable technical issues which will clearly keep some players away from it, this new episode in the series is quite promising in terms of atmosphere. Sure, when playing Downpour, we did not feel the agonizing sense of fear and unease the first three games conveyed, but it nonetheless has its moments and if you can get passed the terrible framerate, you will discover a game in which sadness and horror go hand in hand. The story will keep you interested until the end and it will take you around 10 hours or so to complete - provided you try to complete a few of the game's optional side quests. A game definitely worth trying if Homecoming was a disappointment to you.
@KORNdog: Grift just doesn't want to admit it, because his orgasm game is based on lootcrates. (54 minutes ago)
What bothers me most is it truly is creating gambling habits in small kids that also play these games (8 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: exactly, it’s nothing short of predatory. It’s literally using reasearch about the chemical reactions of the human brain to get people to spend more money than they want to (8 Hours ago)
They want you spending hundreds amassing a room full of dollar store garbage while you search out a t-shirt that actually looks like it wasnt designed by a monkey, (8 Hours ago)
I don't like lootcrate/nerd block for the same reasons. Yes you MIGHT get something cool, but that glimmer of hope is exactly what those companies are exploiting. (8 Hours ago)
But obviously thats just a single pay ent pirchase. Pubs want you spending weekly unlocking content you might not not even want or need. (8 Hours ago)
@Nietzsche: i agree. There os no justifiable reason to have the randomised element of loot boxes. The stuff should just be avalible in a store and you pay for what you want. (8 Hours ago)