I've just finished the Metro series and loved it. I'm looking for something equally as immersive, but it doesn't have to have the same story-driven aspect (though I'd like it if it did). I haven't played any of the other Witcher or Wolfenstein games, so I don't know much about either series. I'd like to get at least 30 hours of playtime from whichever game I end up with. So which one should I go for?
Edit: I have a PC, so please tell me everything I need to know about great PC recommendations because I love PC games. But I only want to play the Switch外围体育投注 editions of these three games because I'll be traveling.
I've been replaying the older games, and man these games really were ahead of their time. The graphics hold up really well even after 10 years and Ezio's story is arguably one of the best in any game, following him from his bachelor days and evolving into a fully fledged assassin. That's it, I just wanted to express my love for the Ezio trilogy.
Oh and by the way, I did miss the hug with Leonardo in AC2.
Edit: This post got bigger than I thought so I’ll just clarify that I’m not saying that these are facts. It’s just my opinion, but I also knew that many others share it.
外围体育投注For a while I have really struggled with the move into RPG for AC. I love Origins, but it never felt like an assassins creed; and I think the reason is, an RPG makes it feel and look LIKE A GAME; whereas before they went for realistic, cinematic feel with slick combat, slick assassinations and big set pieces that felt like you were training all your life for it.
外围体育投注But now instead with just hack-and-slash, level up system, points on screen for every hit and 'boss battles' (apparent super humans who can repeatedly sustain steel through their flesh) and dialogue choices that leave long unnatural pauses slow down a scene ...etc etc. All this adds to feeling and looking like a game.
All this i think is the real reason why I can't get behind it. I fell in love with the old AC i think for the immersion into the world as if i could be there. I've always done things in my playstyle to enhance that (i.e. i would never use eagle vision etc), but now with the RPG, it seems it's impossible to have that action adventure feeling i fell in love with.
外围体育投注I really hope they find their roots again, because at the end of the day, it's those roots that made it such a successful game.