You may or may not know this, but a demo of Crackdown 2 is now available on Xbox Live. Having played the demo, I can say that it's definitely worth a try for anyone who has never played Crackdown before, but for those who have played the original Crackdown tirelessly, the sequel looks like it might be just too similar to the original to be that great. In other words, for those who have played Crackdown before, the novelty will have worn off.
Remember those Agility Orbs that you spent hours trying to collect in the original Crackdown?
Yes, you guessed it, they've made a return in Crackdown 2. The question is this: can you REALLY be bothered collecting them again? Aren't you sick of them already? The skill system is practically identical as Crackdown's, and in my opinion, there just isn't enough in Crackdown 2 to keep you occupied without getting bored, unless, of course, you've never played the series before.
Remember when Gamerstorm was good, as in, when it had a nice layout, it was all organised, and it celibrated special occasions, such as christmas, with differant layouts? Yeah, those were the days! That was when Steven was still around, shame he quit.
Good news! Steven has Returned! After 2 years, of me being on my own, messing up the site trying to fix it, p*ssing off exisiting visitors trying to attract more.
Although his reason of his leaving in the first place is basicly all my fault, I acted like a d*ck towards him for adding more review pages for certain consoles, forgetting to check why, we had an arguement, then he quit. I remember after that I saw the origonal Review page and it having differant links in bullet point form, you can imagine how I felt at that point.
The main thing is though, he's back, helping me clean up the mess I caused for these past 2 years, and this time, (hopefully) I won't be as bad of a guy, he can add/remove what he wants, just as long as he has a reason.