More than half wrong. I'm not even saying that the third games of those series are the best, but saying that they shit the bed, and putting them on the same list as Battlefront, is absolutely retarded.
>Ratchet and Clank 3
Are you literally retarded or just some dumb hipster?
How does it feel being such a faggot?
I haven't played any MGS except GZ and parts of TPP (before returning it). I did watch the first three on youtube and I did like MGS3. Never played GC or UYA.
Gen 3 of Pokemon a shit. DPPt did it better excluding physical/special split.
>I like scanning planets and hallway shooters that ruin any hope of there being rpg elements in the game
>I fucking hate space politics
>Worst boss ensemble
>Best final boss
MGS3 isn't even that great, I don't get why you people put it on such a high pedestal.
what kotor 3 are you referring to, and kotor was the beginning of the end of bioware, they were already leagues worse than prior games, their sole saving grace the SW license.
I absolutely loved having it set in the past as opposed to the technoninja-theme of the first two games. I thought that was a very cool move, and the admittedly shallow survival elements were fun as well. I liked most characters, the setting was miles more interesting than the setting of MGS2.
And the bosses were more interesting than MGS2 as well. I'm not even saying that MGS3 is the best MGS game, but it has a special place in my heart for all the things it did right in my opinion.
>better than deadlocked?
I'd say on par. They play a bit differently, they are more platformy and you got lots more weapons and it's a lot more playful.
Deadlocked has the best game- and gunplay of all the PS2 R&C's hands down. But it still lacks the charme the older games have.
I don't think you can properly emulate them though. They worked some kind of black developing magic that people still can't quite emulate.
Shit. I'll have to see if my friend down the street still has his PS2 and copies of the games. I miss playing Deadlocked because the guns felt super satisfying to use. I hear that there's just more humor and
plotwith 2 and 3.
>The big shell
>less memorable than the generic forests you're in for 80% of the game
Volgin's base was cool, I'll give it that much.
I'm not saying you shouldn't like it, but it just wasn't the game for me.
>MGS3 is shit compared to the two games I've never played
You're a fucking idiot.
You are actually really fucking dumb.
What I meant with setting was that you were an american spy between the fronts of the cold war. It was so different, and so "down-to-earth" compared to MGS and MGS2, which I liked as well, but still.
I really liked Big Shell though. It felt very concise as a game environment.
So you're telling me the whole Big Boss saga should not of existed?
Leaving Big Boss to be some faceless mystery character we know nothing about?
Having characters such as Ocelot, Miller and EVA's pasts being left ambiguous?
Just sticking with the old Solid Snake, Otacon and Raiden's gang and nothing more?
Nope. Kojima only made 3 for the people who didn't understand 2.