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I was a little underwhelmed tbh. I love the setting, most of the visuals, and the concept but the fighting looks a bit... dull. Kinda reminds me of Assassin's Creed's combat, which is the thing that turned me off that franchise in the first place. Coming to this after watching TLoUII's gameplay walkthrough also, it just doesn't feel very ambitious.

I hope the stealth scenarios become much more complex than what we saw with him entering that building from above and then just insta-killing everyone. Hoping for some large scale village infiltrations once the Mongols take over territory, for example, where you're incentivised to methodically take out enemies using different approaches and weapons. A sort of modern Tenchu.

Side note - glad there'll be Japanese voices and subtitles, that's definitely going to be the best way to play it. Hearing them speak English when everything else about the game is steeped in ancient Japanese culture is a bit jarring.

Still high on my radar, but it's slipped well below TLoUII after seeing them both in action.



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Machina said:
I was a little underwhelmed tbh. I love the setting, most of the visuals, and the concept but the fighting looks a bit... dull. Kinda reminds me of Assassin's Creed's combat, which is the thing that turned me off that franchise in the first place. Coming to this after watching TLoUII's gameplay walkthrough also, it just doesn't feel very ambitious.

I hope the stealth scenarios become much more complex than what we saw with him entering that building from above and then just insta-killing everyone. Hoping for some large scale village infiltrations once the Mongols take over territory, for example, where you're incentivised to methodically take out enemies using different approaches and weapons. A sort of modern Tenchu.

Side note - glad there'll be Japanese voices and subtitles, that's definitely going to be the best way to play it. Hearing them speak English when everything else about the game is steeped in ancient Japanese culture is a bit jarring.

Still high on my radar, but it's slipped well below TLoUII after seeing them both in action.

I actually had the same thought as I was watching it.



KBG29 said:
My highlight of the Sony conference as well. I thought the Gameplay looked excellent, the graphics were top notch, and the presentation is on par with what SIEWWS has been delivering all generation. This was obviously a small sample of what is to come. Need to find out if this is wide linear or open world. Very interested to see some bigger battle scences, and how much more depth we will unlock in combat.

Yes I was wondering this as well. It seems to have a bit of freedom of movement which is great but I would like to see more  enemies in action. 



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One of the highlights of this E3, game looks freaking amazing! Can't wait to see more footage!



Absolutely amazing! Cant wait to play it on ps5



 

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Between this, Sekiro, and NioH 2, I'm going to have an Edo Overdose.



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BraLoD said:
Some of the animations looks crude, like he is sliding or kinda stiff.
The combat is looking very good, it has a lot of weight and realism, you are no superhuman, you can pincer enemy armor and through their bodies, the art design is fucking insane and the game is gorgeous.
It's potentially fighting for my favorite non-LoD game, very high expectations for this game, Sucker Punch may jump straight from cool studio to top tier.

They made Infamous. They are top tier :)



This and Last of Us 2 were the "jaw dropping" moments that really showed developers getting every bit out of the PS4. I'm really impressed how Sony handles its stable of developers giving us mix of familiar and new games.



Machina said:
I was a little underwhelmed tbh. I love the setting, most of the visuals, and the concept but the fighting looks a bit... dull. Kinda reminds me of Assassin's Creed's combat, which is the thing that turned me off that franchise in the first place. Coming to this after watching TLoUII's gameplay walkthrough also, it just doesn't feel very ambitious.

I hope the stealth scenarios become much more complex than what we saw with him entering that building from above and then just insta-killing everyone. Hoping for some large scale village infiltrations once the Mongols take over territory, for example, where you're incentivised to methodically take out enemies using different approaches and weapons. A sort of modern Tenchu.

Side note - glad there'll be Japanese voices and subtitles, that's definitely going to be the best way to play it. Hearing them speak English when everything else about the game is steeped in ancient Japanese culture is a bit jarring.

Still high on my radar, but it's slipped well below TLoUII after seeing them both in action.

A modern Tenchu would be so great! I miss those games.



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Dr.Vita said:
One of the highlights of this E3, game looks freaking amazing! Can't wait to see more footage!

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Azuren said:
Between this, Sekiro, and NioH 2, I'm going to have an Edo Overdose.

3 new Samurai-Games for PS4 is really crazy ;-D And fantastic for us ^^