I finished U3 even though it had some levels that nearly induced me to rage-quit (nb: I did turn the difficulty down to easy to beat them), and was RELIEVED that it didn't have the same endgame difficulty spikes of U1 and U2. Still, can't wait to sell the disc.
BUT, I've started U4 and the level of polish is magnitudes better (though maybe it's just the target-lock talking). The writing has always been good, but now the story is a lot more fleshed out.
And note to Josh: at least so far, U4's most nostalgic scene is more affecting if you've actually played any one of them for a little while (the stories for previous games you can just google, since the plots have been paper-thin).
― Nag Reddit (Leee), Monday, 10 September 2018 18:43 (three years ago) link
That's what I heard. I don't have U4 yet, but I did buy the collection of the previous ones in preparation.
How is the rebooted Tomb Raider series on Ps4? It was not even remotely on my radar until the last couple of weeks, as anticipation for the new one builds. But Rise was supposed to be good, right? More or less the same idea as Uncharted (or vice versa)?
― Josh in Chicago, Monday, 10 September 2018 19:12 (three years ago) link
Is this game about rapper name of Drake and how he got his fortune, y/n
― I Don't Have Any Ears, I Am Positive (Old Lunch), Monday, 10 September 2018 21:03 (three years ago) link
― Josh in Chicago, Monday, 10 September 2018 21:07 (three years ago) link
Finished U4, and the finale is quite good! Minor spoilers below.
SPOILERI didn't like the boss fight, but unlike the frustratingly bad ones from U1 or U2, it was because it was a little underwhelming. The story climax was definitely fistpump worthy. Epilogue a little meh, though I definitely enjoyed giving a dog a second treat.
― Nag Reddit (Leee), Monday, 24 September 2018 21:27 (three years ago) link