So bad that Reggie refused to bring it to the States, but between the platforming sections and rail shooting sections, I loved every second of it. Even 100%-ed it. --- ACNL: 1461 - 6910 - 3355 (Don, Brillare)
The Game of Thrones RPG. Despite its limitations, it delivers a satisfying experience that gets better as it goes. Interesting lore and tactical combat (once you control 2 characters consistently). The ending of the game was outstanding. Made me very interested in the GoT universe. I'd definitely recommend it, just understand that it does not have AAA production values.
This game is awesome, I'm not sure why it was panned though... Gameplay isn't half bad and the story is incredible. The plot is both solid and personal, and the stakes are high enough without going overboard.
[POSSIBLE SPOILERS ABOUT THE GAME] If any, the only flaw I can think of is that the three main characters of the game (counting the villain) are a bit too special/powerful for the Game of Thrones universe. They're definitely top-tier, as they all have some particularly rare "mystic" abilities. But gameplay-wise, I can see why they would want it that way. [END OF SPOILERS] --- Official "Bernie with a mustache throwing nuclear grenade" of the G Gene World board.
Alpha Protocol is the first one that comes to mind.
Struggled to find a game, going to have to agree with this. I had the game sitting around for 2 years, I practically couldn't put it down. Not sure why it got average reviews. Everything was solid. Maybe it had a lot of bugs at release? I also heard the controls were bad on PC, but I used Xbox controller, which I do for almost all TPS, unless they actually require good shooting skills. This was too much RPG to need accuracy. The movement of the controller was more important than the aiming of the weapons. --- #1 LoL Poster NA: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/954437-league-of-legends/63627116