In the mood for a game.
Humor is truly the best medicine.
*sniff sniff* What is that yucky smell?*sniff sniff* Where is coming from?*sniff sniff* Oh, dear Lord, IT'S ME!!!!!!!
I agree with Gable. Many of the secrets & unknown trophies I earned by accident in WW2 without trying or knowing what I was doing. I think I only received 1 unknown trophy by the time I completed WW3. Plus, there's a new Hat store with 9 hats to unlock. I think I have 5, and only 1 General Store Item. As a result, I've been spending a lot of time lurking at the Sandlot forums.In addition to the secrets & unknown prizes, I find the main quests are harder, and there are many more side quests & activities. In WW2, I completed all of the main quests without a problem and found myself just waiting around for something to happen. Not the case this time! There was 1 quest I failed completely (which lost me the winery), and several side quests I had to try many times. Speaking of side quests, there were more to choose from this time. With a sherriff you have the option of taking your gunsliners on 7 or 8 bounty hunts, and with an employed trading post, you can go on 10 (I think) resource quests. While they did get a bit redundant after a while (the ones that weren't kicking my butt, anyway) it was a good way to earn experience points & resources. Plus, they were optional, which was nice. So, yes, I'd say this game does a good job of keeping the same gameplay & feel of its predecessor but with added challenge. Not only gameplay is longer, but I think it has more replay value, too. But those 3D graphics were too much for me , but with the zoom out it was fine.
I think that about covers my main thoughts on WW3. I'm starting it over next week & may have more thoughts then. I'm determined to get that winery. Levy needs a drink!
Parking Dash and cooking dash. Just about any dash game must be completed before I leave the computer.I don't have children at home and teach school during the day. So evenings that I am free I can sit and play and play and play. Yeah Grandmahood!!!!!!
When it's all said and done, it's all done and said. Now that's deep!!!