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well with the quality that high moon has shown with transforms i have high hopes, but that isn't to say i'm not readying myself for disapointment.
Combat seems like it'll be tough.
The combat in Arkham and Kingdoms of Amalur have the best action combat I've played and it seems like there is a huge gap between a great combat system and an okay system.
I've never played Darksiders or God of War, though, so maybe great action combat is more commenplace than I thought.
Sa kyr'am Nau tracyn kad, Vode an.
@Black Rook: I've only played the demo for Kingdoms of Amalur but really enjoyed it. I hear the developers went out of business and if that's so that's quite a shame. I've still yet to play Darksiders II between school work and reading comics/writing reviews. o_O
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I haven't even finished the first DarkSiders.
@Handman: Neither have I, unfortunately. I won one of those free downloads, thanks to GI, but don't really game on my laptop. : /
Since the Batman games started around when Batman Begins came out, maybe rocksteady would do the same thing with Superman since his movie is coming out next year.
@Cameron: That'd be an interesting development. God knows I've not played a good Superman game in what feels like ever.
Except they're not, they're continuing Batman's series.
@Cameron: Well who could blame 'em? They've got a good thing going.
I always thought (don't know if someone said it yet but) the Question was cool the whole everything in the world is a conspiracy mind set was amazingly wierd
@kcoyote: The Question is a neat character. I think there's a female one now.
/\ thats not hard to believe