As for Days Gone, I felt as though after playing through the first half, surely the game would have shown me the majority of things that it had to offer. After all, usually games will give you all of the tools you’ll need in the first half and then spend the last half playing around with the mechanics. Whether you look at The Witcher 3, Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War, or Lego Star Wars, this is always the case. It was an assumption I grant you, but I felt as though it were one justified. Much to my surprise, Days Gone feels like a totally different game in the last half compared to the first. It changes completely and I went from being insulted by its mediocrity to being amazed at its potential. Basically, the game is boring and bland until it isn’t. If that sounds excessively vague, don’t worry, I’ll explain. Point being, I made an assumption and made a video based off of that assumption, and for that I am sorry. I learned my lesson and won’t be doing that again.
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