I.G.I.-2: Covert Strike the most challenging mode and great game adventure.
Ah, IGI2 i enjoyed that one. It was an improvement over the original game but even then it still had that cookie cutter design to things which dented the score. Its one of the few games that was set in modern day china and was banned in china for portraying china in a negative light.I.G.I.-2: Covert Strike the most challenging mode and great game adventure.
GTA4What was the last game that you completed, and how would you rate it?
Completing games is not something I do often. The most recent game I completed was Halo Reach for the MCC on PC. I had originally played it on 360, but I barely remembered the campaign so it was great to get back in it. I haven't played much of the multiplayer, but I'd give the campaign 8/10 (nostalgia could play a big part)
@Zloth yeah i did call the police on the donut guy just for the achievement. The way i see it, Ubisoft was trying to produce a bunch of modern day robin hood techno hackers that did things for the lols as well. Sometimes they acted like morale vigilantes other times they acted like complete hypocrites and dicks. Like hacking a power station in Korea causing blackouts to reach delaware servers to forward their agendas. So it makes them unlikable at the same time and hard to root for them in the end. If your hero isn't someone who want to support, its just going to be rubbish.
I played New Order few years ago but somehow only bought Old Blood some time after playing it and it was gathering dust in my library till recent times. So yeah I avoided playing those games in wrong order
I found RE2 way scarier than RE3, and I feel there are scarier moments in RE2 than RE3 - but I need to remark that this opinion is solely based on my own experience: for example, I find closed environments (houses, buildings, etc) more frightful than open ones (streets and alleys, especially if with lights, as it’s the case in RE3), and this applies to RE2; also, you have more interactions with other characters in RE3 than in RE2 (which makes completely sense, since most of the events in RE3 happen when the virus outbreak has just begun), which makes you feel way less alone and lost than in RE2.