Well, well, well... look who's at number #1 at Steam's (PC) Top Sellers...

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2 years ago#91
I like how Deus Ex, a game renowned for its great story, is outperforming NTs "great storytelling game brought to the level of the best of what Hollywood and modern theater have to offer".
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2 years ago#92
From: Strelok | #091
I like how Deus Ex, a game renowned for its great story, is outperforming NTs "great storytelling game brought to the level of the best of what Hollywood and modern theater have to offer".

It does fit hollywood's best(not saying much). It has 90s feel to it really. PC gamers buy stuff cheap. We didn't keep DMC4 in that list long either. I have my doubt MGR will be in the list long.
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2 years ago#93
No, it really doesn't.
It fits Hollywoods summer blockbusters. That isn't their best.
When your dialogue is worse than Michael Bays Transformers... well... you have no right to say your dialogue will break myths.
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2 years ago#94
chaos_sage0265 posted...
I like how the argument switched from yesterday to today with "Aww yeah DmC is out-selling all those amazing deals!" to "Skyrim DLC doesn't count, you guys."

In actuality, it is telling when DLC preorders are better than overall sales for a game on launch day.


If it's any consolation, Skyrim proper is now outselling DmC.
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