And I notice velvet_hammer using MC on the first page. As a fellow MGR megafan bro, you shouldn't do that. Otherwise, I'll just say this to you: DmC is better than MGR since MC says so. Amirite?
Then again, you kept trolling the 360 board about how, Xbox players wouldn't buy Rising since we don't like action games, etc. No wonder you prefer Uncharted haha.
As a PS3 player and owner, Uncharted is nothing fantastic. It just came at the right time for PS3 players since there was literally nothing else worth playing. Great games, but not truly stellar experiences unlike TR. But I'll admit, if it wasn't for RE4 and Uncharted this game wouldn't exist. It's not up to RE4 sure, but they did take alot from Uncharted and just made it tighter and better. Kind of cheap, but hey...it IS better. --- GT- F0rneus / Nintendo Network - F0rneus / PSN -Helphinx / Steam- Chern0bog / 3DS FC: 4425-1553-4029
I've been enjoying what I've played in Tomb Raider so far. The controls feel tight, the movements and cinematic moments are all really cool, and the action is solid. I can't really say which game is better but for me it is really tough to top Uncharted 2. I haven't touched the MP in Tombraider just yet but in UC2 it was a lot of fun. The story of UC2 had me from the get go and the opening was fantastic. The story in tomb raider doesn't really grab me but maybe I need to progress a bit further.
The one thing TR has over UC is the level of exploration in each piece of the world. It is nice that you can explore areas you have already cleared to find hidden stuff you may have missed or cannot get to yet. UC had a few hidden relics here or there but TR has the tomb sections for you to explore and be rewarded for, plus all the extra collectable items around the different sections of the game. --- Playing: System Shock 2, MGR: Revengeance, Aliens: Colonial Marines Anticipating: Gears of War: Judgement, GoW: Ascension
Aight let me get in on this. I think UC2 was cool, but so far Tomb Raider is a much better game. --- "You all say you want to be human, but why would you want to become something so flawed" - Edward Elric - FullMetal Alchemist