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As much as I loved it when I first played it, I don't think it holds up very well today. Played it not that long ago and I think it's aged very badly.
I know it's controversial but I think Nightfire and Everything Or Nothing are by far the best Bond games. I still play them fairly regularly and they're as good as they were when they first came out.
I think GoldenEye 007 is fondly remembered and revered for how innovative it's 4 way multiplayer was. Actually, I don't think the single player mode was all that special. In my opinion, Everything Or Nothing was far superior in that respect.
I think your missing a few, or is this all you have played?
The second one I still have somewhere, I have it on Gameboy. But I got it years after it first came out, at a carboot sale in the 00s, and I didn't really bother with it. Just messed about on it a few times and didn't play it again after that.
I also played the GTA IV expansions but I just lumped them in with GTA IV on my list. I had Chinatown wars on my phone, which was fun, but again, I just messed about on it with cheats.
Quite interesting to note that they're pretty much admitting already, their servers aren't gonna cope! Don't think any of us can be too surprised by that.
I'll be switching back and forth between GTA Online and the BF4 beta tomorrow.
I think Nightfire beats it multiplayer wise too. Took what Goldeneye introduced and expanded on it to make it even better.
I think it's ok for opinions now. Just be sure to put in the spoiler brackets if you're commenting on plot.
Can't wait to get my hands on that. Although you're right that the lag will be a problem most likely.
I also hear Online has caused single player crashes and save deletes for some. Loading up Online now! Haha.
I haven't even attempted it yet. May wait a few days. This could take weeks to get up to speed. The biggest mistake R* have made is to open up multiplayer to everyone at the same time instead of rolling it out in stages, so US 2 weeks ago, Europe last week, Asia this week etc etc.
That's true. I selected my Online character from the character wheel in single player, and it just took me to a black screen. After five or ten minutes, I had to dashboard. Already having a blast! Let's hope the BF4 beta doesn't cause as many problems, either.
I've been reading R*'s forums this afternoon. That seems to be a common complaint.
If they'd have opened up online from launch day then they could have spent the last two weeks ironing out the bugs and glitches. Instead, they force everyone to wait till today and then expect our sympathies when they say "we didn't know it would be this bad". What the hell did they think was gonna happen for goodness sake? GTA IV sold over 25 million copies. Did they seriously not think that V would sell more than that? It's a complete cop out and piss poor PR. But hey, they've made a s*** load of cash from us so what do they care if online works or not!
Or why could they not have spent the last 12 months or so running beta? That would have given them some indication as to what to expect. It seems they've been over ambitious in advertising and hyping up the online mode when in reality they have no idea how it's going to work. They seem to be flying by the seat of their pants. It's funny how they only told us there would be problems like this a day before online was to be launched. No indication of this before the game hit the shops though eh?
Exactly. If they'd have opened online mode immediately, they wouldn't have this problem now. There are many gamers, like myself, that always play the single player mode before tackling multiplayer, so there wouldn't have been an overload on the servers like there is now. By forcing everyone into playing SP from the start it means that everyone now wants to play MP today. It's not rocket science is it!
I've heard that, too. Thankfully, I've completed everything in the single player...well, that would actually be the worst thing to happen, lose EVERYTHING.