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LordTheNightKnight said:
famousringo said:
NiKKoM said:

"Guided First Person Experience"

Which makes this one a guided third person experience. A completely unique and original genre.

I blame everybody who didn't buy Red Steel 2.


No, if you have control over when you move, that makes it the opposite of guided.

Aslo, the PSP version has a much lower polygon count. You can see it in the screenshots. Now the textures on this game don't look spectacular, but if that means they didn't spend as much money on this game, I hope it means they give a slightly lower price to match.

Ah yes. The timing of when the train leaps forward down the tracks. This changes everything.

Ubisoft, you've done it again, you mad geniuses.



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famousringo said:
LordTheNightKnight said:
famousringo said:
NiKKoM said:
 

"Guided First Person Experience"

Which makes this one a guided third person experience. A completely unique and original genre.

I blame everybody who didn't buy Red Steel 2.


No, if you have control over when you move, that makes it the opposite of guided.

Aslo, the PSP version has a much lower polygon count. You can see it in the screenshots. Now the textures on this game don't look spectacular, but if that means they didn't spend as much money on this game, I hope it means they give a slightly lower price to match.

Ah yes. The timing of when the train leaps forward down the tracks. This changes everything.

Ubisoft, you've done it again, you mad geniuses.


How is saying "this isn't guided" means "this will therefore be awesome"? I was just correcting your conclusion, not defending the gameplay.



A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.

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Damn shame, it looks like they took the on rails route.



I actually like this option, it isn't completly On rails, but it isn't complety free movement, it's a combination of both, and with good balance it can be very interesting.

The graphic quality and the other production values, now THAT'S what I am worried about, it looks very average (at best) and only the main character models looks good.



Another masterpiece from ubisoft!

Nintendo, you better watch out.



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I think this is more a combination of Sin & Punishment and straight up rail shooter gameplay.



A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.

Plus, just for the hell of it: Kelly Brook at the 2008 BAFTAs

Looks like the On Rails segments in Disaster Day of Crisis. It could be nice. I just hope they don't expect blockbuster numbers.



the third person shooter idea isnt bad, but the controls and the targeting system looks awful. the guns sound like paint balls funs. moving in the game looks terrible.

ubisoft understood that if they make a quality title theyl loose money because it wont sell, but what they dont understand is that if they make a bad title it wont sell a god damn copy.



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zgamer5 said:

the third person shooter idea isnt bad, but the controls and the targeting system looks awful. the guns sound like paint balls funs. moving in the game looks terrible.

ubisoft understood that if they make a quality title theyl loose money because it wont sell, but what they dont understand is that if they make a bad title it wont sell a god damn copy.


No, the quality titles actually sell. And don't tell me Madworld didn't sell, since it's of a dead genre. And don't tell me Extraction was quality, since it only cared about the wow factor, not about being a good game.



A flashy-first game is awesome when it comes out. A great-first game is awesome forever.

Plus, just for the hell of it: Kelly Brook at the 2008 BAFTAs

LordTheNightKnight said:
zgamer5 said:

the third person shooter idea isnt bad, but the controls and the targeting system looks awful. the guns sound like paint balls funs. moving in the game looks terrible.

ubisoft understood that if they make a quality title theyl loose money because it wont sell, but what they dont understand is that if they make a bad title it wont sell a god damn copy.


No, the quality titles actually sell. And don't tell me Madworld didn't sell, since it's of a dead genre. And don't tell me Extraction was quality, since it only cared about the wow factor, not about being a good game.

im saying that if they have a very high budget then it wont sell enough for them to get profit. and thats why it looks like a low budget game.



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