IGN:Creative director Noah Hughes chats with us as we play Tomb Raider's Private Rescue mode.
Mann. The running animation and speed look horrible..
horrible is a compliment lol
The animations are okay, but boy does this ever look like uncharted LOL
A sandstorm just like the Uc3 mp level are you $%ucking serious? lol with a guy that looks like Sully from the rear lol hahahahhahahah How can anyone say this isnt a Uc clone and come up with that argument "well tombraider did come first" lol man ppl are too much.
Just as you said, Tomb Raider was doing Sand storms and generic characters way before Uncharted was... It is a pretty valid argument, how you ignore that is befuddling.
Plz stop it tomb raider didnt even have mp besides coop in the other game. You guys kill me with your bs arguments and hate so much on UC. A person is blind if when they turn on the video thy dont see UC written all over this. Wow theres another game besides tomb raider that is about puzzles and treasure hunting a thing that has been done a thousand times before video games were popular like in movies like Alan Quartermane and Indiana Jones and with games on Atari like pitfall/treasure hunter. Smh you guys are too much it isnt hard to see that this game is a blatant rip off, not just a rip off but blatantly capturing the look, movements, graphics and many more from Uc series so stop it your looking foolish.
True, Tomb raider didn't have multiplayer before. That's because it was more about exploration than shooting things. Now, the market has changed and practically every game is ending up with multiplayer and guns. It's a pretty obvious move. That doesn't make it ripping off Uncharted, who borrowed many element from everyone else. It's the same concept. Borrowing concepts, and applying them in ways that work, and sell well. Every game does it. Very few games are doing anything different these days. Let me ask you this, what did Uncharted do that they didn't borrow from someone else? Or is Uncharted a rip off of Gears of War(cover shooting), etc. It's the same argument, you're just not seeing it from a broad enough perspective.
Stop being such a fanboy. Everything has multiplayer now. By the way uncharted 3 wasnt as good as 1 or 2, -tear. :*-(
Fanboy? You ppl on here really are sensitive and lames. Whats being fanboy pointing out the obvious that there is a difference between borrowing elements of game and blatantly trying to look and play like one from the mp characters to the movements to the look. Why dont you stop trying to be "cool" lol and learn how to read. I never said mp wasnt mainstream and that was what they were copying. Only a complete idiot thinks that looking at this video their only borrowing elements of the mp and not blatantly trying to be like Uc mp
So no other game thats a 3rd person shooter can have treasure or be in a jungle or its lame , copying, or lacking originality.....Is that correct fecalmatter??...you mustve taken the short school bus to school,...i dont expect you to understand that statement.
Looks much better than I expected actually. Not HUGE on multiplayer. The only multiplayer I really do is Battlefield 3, but I'll give it a go.
Being like Uncharted is not a bad thing. Animations can be patched to look better, they need to make a greatsingle player story and make sure the multiplayer is well balanced.
Anyone that defends this piece of crap deserves to die, lol. Anyone calling this an uncharted clone is just disrespecting naughty dog.
The more videos of Tomb Raider's multiplayer I watch, the more I see a (less impressive) copy of Uncharted's multiplayer - and I'd have less of a problem with that if Edios wasn't constantly telling journalists that its ideas are 'unique', and have not in any way been influenced by Naughty Dog's work... #Denial Feel free to disagree, but I don't think this'll impress anyone who has played (or already owns) Among Thieves or Drake's Deception.
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