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Originally Posted by guvnarWell I'm gutted if it's this bad as I'd reloaded the original two games and played them through to get myself in the right mood to start this one.
Originally Posted by KrikkitThe combat is still clumsy when dealing with the knife/armoured/shielded enemies in small spaces, meaning it's a frustrating and laborious process to take them all out. This should have been tweaked before the level designers squash you in with a group of enemies.
Originally Posted by Thorton ReedThe combat., for me, seems much more intuitive and fluid (on a controller) than both previous titles.
Originally Posted by SpreadieQuote:Originally Posted by Thorton ReedThe combat., for me, seems much more intuitive and fluid (on a controller) than both previous titles.Yeah... you lost me there. All controller-centric* games for the PC should be scored low. >:(
*By controller, I obviously mean XBox type gamepad - before some pedant chimes in to say mice and keyboards are controllers
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogI am sure that if you enjoyed previous titles of this ilk then you will no doubt find entertainment from this title, which is what it is all about at the end of the day, entertainment.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogPersonally I see the Batman series the same as I see the Assassins Creed series only in a different costume and from the very first games of each I had no interest after about 15 mins of playing. I find games that tell you on screen to 'Push Button 'A' NOW' to initiate a predefined set of moves or actions very tedious, condescending and about as interactive and exciting as following a SatNav.
Originally Posted by Krikkit
The combat is still clumsy when dealing with the knife/armoured/shielded enemies in small spaces, meaning it's a frustrating and laborious process to take them all out. This should have been tweaked before the level designers squash you in with a group of enemies.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrog@wafflesomd:
They are both console ports and as such have control systems that are designed and developed for console controller use.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogThey are both 3rd person adventure games with elements of first person
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogSo I would definitely say that it is not a display of my ignorance but that of your own pedantry.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogI played the game and made my opinion, that is not the definition of ignorance.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogAs for your further comments about the combat, if most players get through the game without understanding the majority and depth of the combat then maybe it is not the players fault but that the game's combat system is convoluted and over worked. Combat should be intuitive.
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