1. wz

    Now that I finally finished Resident Evil 4, this will be the next “mature” game of choice.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Quiiick

    @ wz
    Resident Evil 4 on which platform? GC? PS2? Wii?

    #2 6 years ago
  3. wz

    Wii, that’s my only console so far. I must say that although the number of “high quality” games is not that great, I enjoyed the few titles I have quite a lot. Now that RE4 is gone, I’m eager to play something fresh that’s not got the entire 32bit colour palette in it.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. Quiiick

    Did you never own an other console before? No PS or PS2?
    So you must have played games on a PC before. Or are you a games-n00b? ;)

    #4 6 years ago
  5. wz

    Naw, I was referring to current consoles only. Have been gaming on SNES, Dreamcast (I love you!), Sega Master System, Amiga and PC, the last for most of the time.

    Before I owned the Wii, however, I wasn’t barely into games at all anymore, too much of the same old stuff too much of the time, and now, I’m mostly gaming with friends, not that hardcore :D

    Edit: “so far” because I’m planning to get a PS3 in the distant future

    #5 6 years ago
  6. Quiiick

    Yeah, It’s very different depending on how old you are. There are really worlds between a 15 year old and a 45 year old gamer.

    #6 6 years ago
  7. wz

    Quiiick: That’s all too true, but I wouldn’t say it’s a matter of age – those old concepts simply wear out after a while. Hey, I’m twenty-something, but I’ve been shooting stuff on my Amiga since I was six or seven, and despite of all the graphics galore we have, most shooters haven’t really evolved over time.

    Which brings me right back to the topic :D I doubt it will be that much of a revelation gameplay-wise, but at least the art style is quite uncommon, and it will provide one cool moment or another.

    #7 6 years ago

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