I might think about it in the future. It has had my interest for a bit, but I'm pretty much on a game buying freeze right now.
Between spending $100+ either Friday or sometime next week on paying for my laptop repairs, and eventually getting a new cell phone in the coming weeks (probably gonna wait until I get my tax return money), money's gonna be tight for a bit. Unless there is a game that I want that ends up on sale for an actual good price on Xbox Live, Amazon or elsewhere, I probably won't be buying any more games until NCAA '14.
Pre-order "Defiance" for Xbox 360, PS3 or PC and get $20 Amazon Instant Video credit good towards the TV series premiering on April 16.
With pre-order comes Beta invite, the Outlander character outfit, "Iron Demon" in-game title, 3-day XP boost, and the Dodge Challenger vehicle. Plus as an exclusive bonus from Amazon, the Plague Bringer - Infect your foes in a single shot with the Plague Bringer sniper rifle. Its potech bolt action system allows you to deliver a high powered toxic round with greater distance and accuracy. Plague Bringer, if they don’t drop, they’ll stop. Offer valid when shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Limit one per household. Amazon reserves the right to change or terminate this promotion at any time. The Amazon Instant Video Credit is only valid toward the Defiance TV series, and the credit will be delivered by April 16. The exclusive weapon code will be e-mailed within two business days after your order ships. Offer valid when shipped and sold by Amazon.com, while supplies last.
Outside of not being able to back out of a menu once, the game is pretty stable. Just defeated my first boss of sorts. There is a shit load of customization and unlocks. It's kinda funny seeing a gigantic mass of people in a common area with it being an MMO. I'm just waiting for a Harlem Shake to break out
Fallout 3 and Borderlands had a baby and that baby we know is Defiance. What is Defiance you ask? Defiance is a MMO (Third person shooter), which is based off syfy channel TV's show Defiance (debuting April 15th). The game takes place far west in America. I will keep this short because not everybody likes long reviews these days. The game is fun, the game map is huge, there are a ton of stuff to do like quests, mini quests, etc. So if you're a fan of the game's Borderlands or Fallout 3, you should love this.
He's about spot on, I'd also throw in DC Universe Online. It definitely feels like that too.