Sethos, on 14 April 2010 - 18:11, said:
I'm starting to lean towards shorter, as most games these days are repetition and grinding even great games quickly turn sour as it's hard to maintain that element of
surprise and freshness, so everything quickly becomes a chore and feels like the developers just added some more levels with even more enemies, just to prolong the game than try to
innovate the game as you progress. I do enjoy long games, when they are quality from start till finish and they manage to keep an immersive atmosphere but they are so far and few in between.
So honestly, I tend to quickly complete a game to get it out of the way and focus on Multiplayer - The only place where true challenges can be found and where you can use tactical skill to outsmart
enemies. Outsmarting some crappy AI doesn't really give you the same adrenalin boost.
yeah games like mass effect and oblivion are sweet. and long
really I like any game from bethesda or bioware
not sure how anyone can say cod4/5/6 where a good length.
I mean I guess if you like paying $60 for 6 hours of gameplay.
I mean hell you could use that $60 on other stuff that would be more fun