I'm changing the way I treat MMOs. If I've reached the relevant level cap and experienced most of the endgame content applicable to the title/expansion, and there is a more recent expac now out, I'm classing it as 'Completed'. I still love going back and exploring new content, but it's not fair to class these 'tiers' of the same game as individual, ongoing endeavours.
Received this as a gift and it's been enjoyable so far. Appears to be staying as true to the franchise as a sidescroller feasibly can. 'Comic Book' style cutscenes aren't as cheap/cheesy as they tend to be when used in games (Good example: Max Payne; Bad example: Hard Reset)
24th November, 2014 @119 .beats
dsnineteen is playing, Owns and Hasn't FinishedPokémon X/Y on 3DS
23rd November, 2014 @660 .beats
dsnineteen is playing, Owns and Can Never CompleteGuild Wars 2 on PC
This is the game that killed the franchise for me. Call of Duty tier gritty brown 'realism', unendearing characters, spectacularly annoying relationship management, cars that handle like drunken boats. TBoGT may be it's saving grace. I can't even take a chance on GTAV, this disappointed me so much.
Bought this looking for old-school BK platforming goodness, got an oversized, undercontent, weakly-written kart crafter. Went on to buy the original BK on XBGS instead, won't cry if the neighbour's kids never return it.
Got this in a bundle when I bought the 3DSXL, and it bites. Menus are poorly laid out, graphics are a low-rez mess, and it reeks of quick and lazy cash-in. No interest in completing it, trading it as soon as I can.