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  1. alright, now I got plans for the weekend
  2. Completion percentage on PS4, not surprised at all to see The Witcher 3 on the bottom The Last of Us Part 2 – 58% Final Fantasy VII Remake – 53.3% God of War – 51.8% Marvel’s Spider-Man – 50.7% Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – 50.3% Detroit: Become Human – 49% Ghost of Tsushima – 38.2% Horizon Zero Dawn – 34.5% Days Gone – 34% Bloodborne – 31.9% Death Stranding – 29.3% Red Dead Redemption II – 28.6% The Witcher 3 - 26%
  3. Had my last day at DICE today. Starting as a (procedural) artist on Embark next week! Congrats @grapen!!
  4. Arkane have delivered nothing but quality recently, so looking forward to this!
  5. cutscenes looks really good
  6. For some reason the game is a lot cheaper on EGS than on steam, will get it there then
  7. Yeah I'm in the same boat as Pogo here, this was the one classic that I missed playing back then. Will wait for a remake/remaster that both HP and dux approves before trying
  8. No, I'm saying it is entirely depending on the execution, both can work! You can run it safe, but might risk that it goes stale, like the avenger movies did for me and quickly lost interest. God of War is an example of the opposite where it did work. TLOU2 could be an example where not playing it safe might have failed. As I said in my first post, the writers have to balance between the story they want to tell and what the customers expect, and that can be hard.
  9. Okay, then I misinterpreted your first answer, apologies. I think just another Ellie and Joel adventure would been just that, fan service, boring and predictive, and very safe. But ND is trying to push the medium further that most other companies here and I think they deserve some kudos for that, even if they might have missed the mark. At least it wasn't some Game of Thrones ending where they just gave up in the writing room. What happens in the story is all the same to me in the end, it's the discussion around it online I have found interesting. In-game I've spent most of the time looking at the tech and all the cool details in the world lol
  10. you're talking about expectations there and I agree that that is something that is hard to manage, but you didn't answer what kind of agenda you think the director is pushing
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