Indeed! I'm really an emotional person, so even if I've played a game through a couple times (same goes for movies), I'll always be shocked/sad/happy/etc around the same parts no matter how many times I've seen it. Like fighting at the end of Episode 2. I kept bashing the buttons like a madman and going "NONONONONO! DON'T! NO!" while I was doing that. xD
Another thing I like about it is that I can actually play it pretty well with low settings and on 1000xp700x resolution, or wtv it numbers are, most games I can't.
And yeah, I still got surprised by stuff I knew was about to happen. Can't wait for the surprises in the next episodes... Things like opening the door in the barn really had my heart pumping and cheeks turning red due to the excitement and even slight fear.
So yeah, it's pretty bad, I think it'd would be better if I played on PS3 in a shitty tv. Tbh, I don't care if the quality is bad or not, I just hate that the games I play shake. :X
I'm not sure what I expected to find behind the door, not even the first time when I saw it in the playthrough. I had that lingering doubt about the whole family to begin with. I expected it to be something bad no matter what it was. |:
Gz Asmekiel? Not sure if that's a boss kill or not.
Fling, is that the equivelant of the Rick Roll song or what?
I don't get it, but the song is nice. =p
I don't! ^_^
But then I am sleepy. NN. <<<333
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