Last night, I was playing with 3 other friends and we couldn't get a 4v4 match even though we were bringing in half the lobby... If it's two weeks in and the game is struggling to find player then clearly there is something wrong. I don't see the next god of war including a multiplayer aspect considering how much of a colossal failure this experiment was.
I don't understand why this game is missing key features that should be online multiplayer 101. Host migration, clan support, private lobbys, proper matchmaking. You guys really should have taken a day and thought, "well, call of duty seems to know what the f*** they're doing, what features do they offer?"
I would honestly be surprised if the next god of war game included multiplayer.
I'm just waiting for the release of the patch to reserve final judgement. I should probably get started on the single player.
I thought they did quite good on the multiplayer for the first time trying it. I would like to see multiplayer in future GoW games, but if they cant fix this one there would be no hope for another one. And plus, GoW was meant to be a single player game and cuz of multiplayer the singleplayer lacked stuff. I did love the single player though it was and still is enjoyable. But if they make another GoW game with multiplayer, first focus on single player and making that perfect b4 trying to make multiplayer perfect. Cuz it was SSM first time making multiplayer, and obviously cuz of this the game had so many bugs, I will give them some slack this time, but if it happens again I will be dissappointed and pretty mad. Even though I will still buy the game and still most likely enjoy it .
I wish Capcom would make a Power Stone 3 with co-op battles and different modes.
This game really is nothing close to Power Stone other than characters having abilities and maybe fighting a boss monster. Power Stone 2 wasn't as good as the first to me though even with weapon and item crafting.
GOW:A needs a lot more stages as the bigger levels are really what's needed. There should have been 8 large stages and 4-6 smaller stages at the minimum.