Is it really a repeat though? Truly unworthy of separate praise? Also, I'm not too bothered by samesies. The games I listed were due to the impact it had on me.
But yes, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. SOC and COP were pretty much the same game with slightly different stories and gameplay mechanics. To call GTA's III and IV the same, and
also FO3 and NV the same is kinda crazy though. Especially the Fallouts, they're two drastically different games and I'd even go so far as to say it's quite a
bitch to get the hang of one games mechanics if you've been playing the other for a while. New Vegas performs well in gameplay mechanics and Fallout 3's story is
pure nostalgia bait, it was an 80's movie plotline dialed to an 11.>>54885>>54888>>54876
You know I used to be on the other chan around the time GTA IV released and I remember the hate it got for being so bare bones yet I just loved everything about
the game; from the story to the gameplay, to the side activities and even the mechanics. It had the same allure as GTA III to me, only with a bigger script and more
dialogue. To me GTA III felt like an old Tarantino movie. Very vague, sparse information and backgrounds on characters, almost like a dream-world. IV on the other
hand was a good story for me, but that gameplay was crazy. It was very sharp, is the only way I can put it. The sliding towards walls/cars when pressing the cover
button. The easy of aiming upwards to toward the head and getting a headshot. I used to do playthroughs with nothing but the glock for "realism" when I was a little
spergy kid. Also the fucking fighting mechanics was the best Rockstar had since maybe The Warriors. The ability to keep aiming at a dead body to stomp on it or hit
it with your bat was fucking amazing especially once you learned that most downed enemies were still alive. Rockstar always knew how to advance each game. Which is
why their current practices are odd to me. They're still leaps and bounds ahead of everyone else in what to put into their games, but now they're lacking the sort of
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