> Heavyd814life wrote:
>> sixteenvolt420 wrote:
> |>> Finally almost halfway through the RDR2 story, and i'm kinda getting bored with
> |>> Maybe i just need to play something else for a day or 2 and come back. Though
>> i usually
> |>> have a tough time coming back to games, after i put them down for a rest.
>> I can't wait to play this game. It's insane to me how divisive it is. People either
>> absolutely love it or they think it's boring. There's like no middle ground. I
>> that's why God of War is going to take most of the GOTY awards for 2018.
> It baffles me when I see some say RDR2 is boring, because it's a slow burn and it
> is kinda meant to feel that way and I absolutely agree with your God of War statement
> and I loved both GOW and RDR2 almost equally, but GOW for me I feel should take GOTY
> in most areas because of simply how they executed the story without rebooting the
> franchise. Most people who I've heard and seen play GOW are nearly absent and nowhere
> near as divisive as people with RDR2. Now that brand has a bright and ominous future
> ahead whereas RDR2 leads into RDR1 but it kind of just ends after that, which is
> fine and all for the time being, but not if you're looking to continue and breathe
> life and longevity into a franchise. Corey Balrog did and achieved what most others
> are envious of in reviving a brand without rebooting the characters at their cores
> and for that alone I tip my hat to him for his success.
I think i sometimes just get lost in all of the sidequests, as i feel that i have to do every one that pops up. The same thing happens to me with Assassin's Creed games, as well. I love them for a while, then it just kinda feels like more of the same. With RDR, i just always kinda feel like i'm playing GTA on a horse, no matter how much i try and love it. I'm gonna keep going on it for now, as i played a bit of Katamari this morning, for a break.