BNR: How did this slip the radar? It looks like Deus Ex and Mirror's Edge had a baby. Is this a bad sign for the industry?
It didn't go unnoticed with me, I think it looks cool.
Glad to hear that :)
Yeah, it's a cool looking game. It kind of seems to wear it's influences on it's shoulder, though.
Name a recent movie, book, or game that doesn't these days. lol
Whoa. Didn't mean it like that, fellas. Did you guys seriously bubble me down to three for that?
It's a Capcom game people are probably a bit skeptical.
Being Capcom, I can only hope the game is already nearly done since whatever is left will be DLC lol However it looked epic, but once it showed the actual gameplay it started slowing down. The ledge cimbing etc....plus the visuals for some reason go from friggin awesome to okay for no reason..... It still has an interesting concept so ill check it out.
It just got announced before Sony's gamescom, and therefore was buried. Poor timing, that's all.
I have no idea why I thought Mirrors Edge meets Aeon Flux when I saw this..... But it seems cliche and unique at the same time.....I just need to see more of it , thats all...
In part, precisely that! Maybe it was the bit with the scape of the mind being so... White?
It looked very interesting if a bit generic (a mix of Assassins creed with Uncharted on a Blade Runner set up) I was impressed to know it was running on a PS3, I thought it was a high end PC at first.
"a mix of Assassins creed with Uncharted on a Blade Runner set up" That's considered generic?
Taking two blockbusters games as base with a design that is a rip-off of a classic sci-fi movie it's not the most original idea ever. I don't have anything against it, mind you.
Have you already played a Assassins Creed, Uncharted, Blade Runner game. Or even seen one? If not; then this indeed a new idea. lol
I'm curious: how many other games take "two blockbuster games as a base with a design that is a rip-off of a classic sci-fi movie?" Whether it's the content, the concept, or the inspiration, there's little to call "generic" in what you're describing. Borrowing heavily from these other sources may not make it the most original title ever, but that's not generic. That's like saying that Uncharted 2 was generic because it was based on Uncharted 1 and Tomb Raider, mixed with Indiana Jones: it's simply untrue.
Comes off as a puzzle solver with stealth elements. Probably has combat, which takes place in staged areas. Need to see more, different, gameplay. If it has it. Also, how wont the memory rewriting segments not become boring? You'll have to go through a QTE 3-4 times or more to get the result you'll need in the "real world" to get things going again.
Oh I noticed it, it just didn't look good to me.
The dialogue seemed cheesy and nothing ahout what I saw particularly peeked my interest. But it's too soon to judge to be honest.
It's a pass for me.
It's Capcom. I'll be passing it up.
Its a Capcom game half the content will be locked on the disc.
It does look interesting; however like most have said, it's a Capcom published game. I'm skeptical. Although, it's still too early to make and judgement on the game, so we will see, after more details.
Who said it went unnoticed? It was one of the most discussed games.
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-Say what you will about Capcom, but at least they are bringing some decent new IP's into the straight & narrow land of sequels, -->> See Dragons Dogma! :)
Well dang yall it is a new Ip we need to support originality here, just like we supported dragons Dogma but then again, Dragons Dogma did turn out to be good. "Remember Me" could be another hit on our hands.
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