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I haven't finished it yet, but I play it in little chunks here and there. I like it, I just think some of the side missions (particularly the ones where things show up at random and don't appear on the map but you still have to go find them) kinda drag a bit. It's a little less story-focused than the original trilogy and more exploration-focused (which makes sense when considering the plot), but I am a little salty at how quickly your life support goes down considering how much exploration there is (particularly on one super cold planet) and how the car thing doesn't replenish it. Otherwise I've found it really enjoyable.Already played it before? How're you finding it?
Ah, I remember Wanted. You got a free copy of the movie when you bought the game too. Those were the days...Just finished Wanted: Weapons of Fate. A decent Gears clone with a good slide in to cover mechanic. The game has defintely showed its age. The game plays like a prototype version of Vanquishm, but without the dedicated rocket slide button. I did not buy this game back in 09, and I;m glad I did not buy it at $60. I like short games, but Wanted is even shorter than a COD campagin. They should have priced the game at $30 instead. I bought my copy on Thursday for $3.
I forgot about that pre-order. That explains the $60.00. $40.00 for the game; $20.00 for the DVD. Midway did the exact same thing for Stranglehold on PC/360/PS3. I prefer Stranglehold though. That game I clocked in about 70-80 hours. I never cared for the multiplayer, and only done about two sessions. It wasn't great, and what sucks is half of the other achievements are tied to multiplayer. Wanted has the advantage of having no multiplayer achievements.Ah, I remember Wanted. You got a free copy of the movie when you bought the game too. Those were the days...