Re: Dead Space 3
And when did I say the 2nd quotation? Hm…
It's literally the 6th post in this thread.
Yes, the demo focused on human-type enemies and there was a lot of action, but it is just a demo. They could've had a demo where you barely fight anything, but then you wouldn't get much of a chance to use the new weapons. I'm going to guess that there are many enemy types in the game and there are certain weapons that work best on certain enemy types because they encourage switching guns out for the right scenarios. The enemies in the demo were susceptible to assault rifle-type weapons and I bet there are plenty of parts in the game where a cutting weapon is better.
I'm sure the singleplayer campaign is the full experience. The co-op campaign is practically DLC in terms of importance to the main story. It's just extra dialogue between Isaac and Carver and those Carver missions. It's only important if you really care about Carver's character, but nobody does. The other option was to ignore the fact that you have a co-op partner and not add anything special at all. I would be fine with that, but I think it's cool that they put something in there. It's like the equivalent of reading text logs and crap in any game: relevant, possibly interesting, but not necessary. What's it really matter though? Do you really think you are going to like either version of this story? You seem to be dead set on hating this game no matter what.
I think Carver's hilarious. He's some cliche dumbfuck who doesn't know what he's going on about. He's a total noob at this whole necromorph thing, but he acts like hot shite. He's bad in my favorite kind of way. Also, all of his suits look so much cooler than Isaac's. Nobody thinks Carver is cool.