I played the first game for a bit and it has a Skyrim/Fallout/Borderlands feel, but some of the glitches really annoyed me, especially as I got the "shouldn't be called Game of the Year" edition. It froze my 360 twice in the ten or so hours I played.
One of the things that really made me rage was that I was sent on a mission to get some orange juice from a petrol station. I thought since I was there, I'd get a couple of cans of petrol in case any other missions required them. On the way back to drop off the juice I came upon a guy trying to get into a building, and after I'd let him in, he gave me a mission to get, you've guessed it, two cans of petrol. I smugly went back to my pickup truck to get the two petrol cans I'd had the incredible foresight to collect, and they were gone! The bloody game had eaten them!
Hopefully the success of the first game means the publisher has thrown some more money at the second, and they can pay for some proper QA testing.
I don't get the appeal at all. Like what do they do... say something stupid then read the replies while they touch themselves? - Vampyre_Ghost on trolls.