Shadow of the Eternals - Trailer Analysis

GameXplain: "We take an in-depth look at the trailer for Shadow of the Eternals, which is the spiritial successor to Eternal Darkness coming to the Wii U and PC. We take a look at the story, the characters you'll control, and what elements are returning from Eternal Darkness. All this and more in our latest trailer analysis!"

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dogoodmatters1930d ago

It looks okay. Gotta remember marketing trumps final product in some cases.

young7yang1930d ago

Ok so the WII U can handle next gen graphics..

Crytek 3 Engine

Enough said!

oof461930d ago (Edited 1930d ago )

Except for the fact that this is a Dennis Dyack game. The trailer looks awesome, but he has a lot to prove after running Silicon Knights into the ground.
Edit: Also, this is a game looking for crowd sourced funding.

Neonridr1929d ago

so what, Kickstarter has proven to be very successful, and many projects started there. Just because an indie developer doesn't have the resources to create a game on their own and needs assistance from the public, doesn't automatically make the game bad.

Not to mention that Dyack was responsible for Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes and Eternal Darkness on the Gamecube, two fantastic games.

Obviously he comes with some potential baggage, but that can all be wiped away with a great release.

This game looks awesome, and I have already pledged my support for the game.

Plus it's awesome seeing the Crytek 3 engine running on the Wii U.

oof461929d ago (Edited 1929d ago )

@Neonridr: They're not using Kickstarter. It's a similar program. The only reason the company is "indie" is because of how Dyack mismanaged SK. Eternal Darkness was awesome and I've read Twin Snakes was a great port of Metal Gear. Two good games. However, you need to read up on how he would go batdoodoo crazy on people critizing Too Human and how he siphoned money Activision gave to fund X-Men: Destiny to instead secretly make a demo for Eternal Darkness 2 and shop it to publishers.

It is that bad history that has most likely led publishers to be wary of giving any game that he's involved in money. Hence, the crowd source funding.

EDIT: To clear up any confusion, my issue is not with the Wii U.