My English class in hs was part of a "block program." what that is is not important. But we all sat around low conference tables in office chairs instead of desks. Well when we were watching R&J my friend Tony was sitting in hiss office chair reverse style (stomach against the back of the chair). Well Tony was and is a HUGE dude. So naturally he was sporting some major plumbers ass that period. We spent 20 min laughing at that then 10 min arguing who should throw something at it. The 5 min in cautious giggling then 10 min trying to carefully toss in scraps of paper or paper clips.
When we finally made the target he turned around and conceded his humility.
From what I've read the gameplay doesn't live up to the story. I'll still play this because the questioning aspect seems incredible but these details seem to be troublesome:
1) looking for clues seems to be basically an easter egg hunt. You walk around the crime scene and when you get near a clue your controller vibrates. This doesn't seem to be so bad but if looking for clues is a huge part of the game that lasts about 20 hours.... well it might get old.
2) Chasing suspects. I guess occasionally you chase them on foot or get into a gunfight. The gunfights always end w/ the criminal dead. No option to get them to surrender or take them out w/o killing them. Foot chases look amazing but the game handles all the jumping, climbing, etc. All you have to do point your guy in the right direction.
Not enough to make the game suck...but two blemishes IMHO for sure. I'll still play this and love it once I get ps3
Just a thought, didn't an older update allow any USB HDD to be used? ive thought about plugging in an external drive and installing all my games but never tried it. Maybe if my games still work I dont need to upgrade anyway.
It doesn't seem like you play a lot of xbox games but having to put up w/ 20gb for all those years has to be infuriating. I have the 60gb and it sucks dick, constantly managing what games are installed.