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i think it's less to do with any kind of rights - and more to do with taking more time and money to write and produce a story.. if you think about it, most single player games today are almost like playable movies.. look at something like "The Last Of Us" - that requires not only the existing game devs to put it together - but you often times have directors, writers, actors - similar to a film production who have to plan out a storyline to play through.. with all that comes extra motion capture work (if they go that route), and then more time animating, texturing, shading, lighting, coding, etc... just the cutscenes on some of those games can be a real pain in the ass to make....
but in terms of the Friday the 13th game, it was about funds.. they didn't have the financial resources to do both, or else they would have.. they had money to do one or the other - they opted to put all their resources into multiplayer, because they felt the game would be more fun to play with a group of other people than it would be alone...
with a big AAA title like 'Star Wars: Battlefront' that came out last year... the dev teams claimed that EA was pushing hard to have the game ready for the release of The Force Awakens, and they only had enough time to do a multiplayer game... with the announcement of a Battlefront 2 on the way, they have come out and said that this time they will include a single player campaign mode
I'd suggest checking out some multiplayer footage of it on YouTube to see if the game is to your liking.
I enjoyed the day one version of the game much more than the game of today: it's undergone a lot of patches and changes, and most I don't agree with. However, the gameplay itself is still thrilling, though you'll want to learn rather quickly which weapons are the cheap ones that get a ton of easy kills and which aren't worth bothering with.
The 'Death Star' DLC should be released for the entire public in the next week or so, as its already out for Season Pass owners. That'll be the second-to-last DLC, with the final one to drop early 2017.
@0BradyM0Bondfanatic7 I did get a PS4 recently, and Uncharted 4 was the first game I played on it. I skipped the third game and I'm just now coming back to it. The fourth was really good and is probably my favorite of the series.
It's been a pretty long time since I last played it. Back then I had a difficult time getting through it but I did eventually beat it. I replayed it recently and found it was a lot easier than I remember. Helps that I didn't rush to try completing it as fast as possible. But I was only 10 when it came out. Boy what a fun trip down memory lane.
@Murdock The sequel, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004), is my favorite video game of all time. Unbelievably awesome experience every time.
The Shadow Queen? I eat her for breakfast :)) it's just because I've played the game so many times. I've beaten it 20 plus times for sure. Maybe even 30. And I'll keep religiously playing it until I die.
Haha yeah, I get her pretty good until she eats the audience regaining her health and I'm like, Crap! I do enjoy it immensely though. It's a shame the most recent Paper Mario games haven't been up to the same standard as Thousand Year Door.
I agree. Really is a shame. The N64 and GameCube I think have my favorite games in general actually.
Indeed, I don't think anything has come close to surpassing those era's yet though this new Mario game for the switch makes me think that's going to change. :)
I think Sega realized that no fan could screw up the Sonic franchise more than they themselves have already.
Anyway, here's a page about Sonic Utopia, with download links, if anyone's interested.
Very mission based. Even though you become rogue after the first set of missions, you'll feel like an agent on missions.
Lately I have had an odd craving for Bloodstone. So I have been giving it another go. The driving sections are the best of any Bond game (Nightfire & Everything Or Nothing included). But the on-foot sections needed some more work. The inclusion of a crouch feature for starters. In terms of depiction of Craigs Bond, this would be my next favourite after Spectre.
M: "I put my trust, in Bond."
It took a video game to get it right.