Summary: The game is a great way to live the life of crime you have thought about, however some situations get redundant, and because you are constantly relying on other people games usually turn to a shoot out, there is little chance to get a covert theft. A few of the mission pay the best so you are constantly drawn to them and repeat them to level up. Difficulty doesnt seem to be accurate as some hard levels are simple while some easier levels are more difficult.
Summary: Payday 1 would have gotten a 2-3 score for me. While it was fun, it had a TON of flaws. But this is not a Payday 1 review. My thoughts on Payday 2 are much better. All of the stuff I hated from part 1, they have fixed. Stealth is actually a viable option in most missions here. It takes great teamwork to do, but when you do it feels like such an acomplishment. The reason it didn't make 5 stars is that I feel they COULD have done things a little better.
Summary: Okay let me start this is going to be a very short review of likes and don`t likes LIKES: Game is extremely fun(at first) Nice graphics and low system requirements. Good customizations DISLIKES: It gets tired after you finish all the stages and you will need to get all the dlcs Should you buy???
Summary: It's a great game to jump into and you have a blast first jumping in... But you'll soon grow bored of doing the exact same missions over and over. The only thing that keeps this game's reliability up is playing it with friends, so if you get this game, I highly recommend you have friends who play it too, or it will soon grow to be dull once you've played every mission 10+ times .-. Two other big issues I had with this game were also in the first game: 1.
Summary: If you're looking for a really fun multiplayer that requires communication and skill, I highly recommend this game. If you're looking to play it single player mostly, I can say that the AI is good to stay out of your way but doesn't take its own initiative to help you out in your plan. My boyfriend and I tend to do most of the work on our own even if we include the AI. They mostly act as bodyguards, in my opinion.