Because the word "generally" completely changes the sentiment, right? The subtlety in "everything you like is bad," and "as a rule the vast majority of the things you like are bad," completely divorces the meaning of your post from my perception? Rivers apart.
I'm not mad dude, I'm laughing. You're a real hoot to be honest. I always think its cute when you start posting.
Well, I did tell you why I liked it more though. I supposed I could expand on that thesis and try to prove each point is stated by referencing scenes from both movies, but I'd rather not write and essay about Star Trek in a video games thread...
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Almost all the Silent Hill games have good stories. A lot of those games seem to fail because of gameplay or something to that effect though. Even Homecoming was usually reviewed to have a good story, even though it missed everything else.
Gears 2 had a good story. 1 and 3 don't compare.
Mass Effect series
Uncharted 2 had a great story (1 and 3 weren't as good here either)
The Bioshock series
Deus Ex series
Assassins Creed series
Red Dead Redemption
Final Fantasy series (mostly)
Metal Gear Solid series
Most Zelda games
The Mass Effect Trilogy (I actually watched ME1 as a "tv show" someone made complete with intro music/scenes for each "episode")
Batman: Arkham Asylum/City
Final Fantasy (like someone said, mostly)
Shenmue. I mean, why else would you play thru that game? The gameplay sure as in hell wasn't fun for most of the damn thing. But I played it any way and even bought the 2nd installment. Hell, I deeply desire a 3rd. It has to be story.
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