Just played the demo. Who knew slow motion could make an average game worth playing. My question (before I go get the full version)is after the buzz of the slow motion(don't know what they call it) wears off is it still worth owning. Better weapons that I'm not seeing maybe?
Yeah, I've experimented with the different slow motion jumps. I like diving backwards down steps and all. I'm not saying its a bad game, I just have the feeling it would kinda stink after awhile if it didn't have the slow motion. Hmmm, more weapons. That's what I was hoping.
Tried out RTCW yesterday also. Kinda disapointing after playing Medal of Honor and the zombie thing is just goofy.
I haven't played mohaa multiplayer yet but I have a feeling the urban areas, like the sniper section of the game, will be good for it. I'm ready for a change of pace from the UT style of run around and shoot kinda of multiplayer. I want a little strategy.
i finished that game about a month ago....lots o fun at first but it gets a little repetitive. however, the colt commando ( u get it late in the game) is AWESOME gotta love slow motion seeing guys shredded now that it is cheaper, id say its worth the buy
Maxpayne is a great game, if it was somewhat slow and left you wanting more. I would get the game because you can play it in diffrent difficulties and there are tons of mods online like 1st person mod. Plus at the end of Maxpayne they hinted that there might be a maxpayne 2 coming out.
Trust me the game is one of the best ive played lately, but i havend player MHAA yet.
Yeah I started playing Day of Defeat last week and this week I tried multiplayer on mohaa. Day of Defeat is pretty slick and I thought mohaa stank to high heaven(pretty sad considering the single player of mohaa was so good).