- Mon Nov 01, 2021 8:28 pm
I'm sick of people saying they're sick of people saying how little variety of weapons there is in Bloodborne. Are these ****ing idiots on drugs? Stop licking ***, you dimwits. Go back to DS 3, check again how many weapons they have, even with shared move sets, just the visual variety is impressive, and the amount of lore you can extract from all these weapons is even better. And they look SPECTACULAR. Hunter's Axe, one of the base weapons in Bloodborne, looks like ****, and there's no other axe like weapon. No. I have a **** stick I have to hold for hours and aparently should be grateful that I can wield it in so many ways.. **** stick is still a **** stick.
Bloodborne lacks weapons. End of story. That each weapon can do more than weapons in DS is another matter, and shouldn't counter the fact that I'm sick of looking at the same crappy 3 weapons I actually barely like to use. Also, for the amount of gems and stones that are dropping otherwise, isn't this kind of stupid? Not even getting into the DLC only weapons.
These sort of arguments is like the sort of arguments supporting those type of "open world" games where you can do so many things, but in the end all those things resort to fighting baddies, so in the end you're just really doing one thing. Same with Bloodborne, you can take a **** on those move sets and "uncanny" versions (which, btw, how patient must one be to get one of those. and by uncanny, there is NO difference expect for gem types)
Oh, and by the way, same thing with the chalice labyrinths.What's the point of those? Gems? resources for deeper labyrinths? uncannies? gems? not interested. If these labirynths would be worth my time, is only to find NEW weapons. Other than that, **** Bloodborne. I'll try to finish it, just so I can say I've finished it, but compared to DS 3, this has NO VARIETY in anything. Hasn't even got proper magic, they just tried to hide it with about a dozen of laughable hunter tools, which is ****ing sad.