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The Order: 1886 IGN Rewind Theater

IGN - Our editors eat up and break down Santa Monica and Ready At Dawn's newest game. (E3, PS4, The Order: 1886)

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Bleucrunch  +   898d ago
Order: 1886 looks magical and this IGN video snippet on the game makes me drool even more...I am still debating if I should get the PS4 day one. I always had this pet peeve about the first iterations of the consoles having a lot of bugs and kinks in them. So I always wait until the summer after the console is release and purchase it on my bday in July. But soooo many AAA games are release for it in its early inception that I might have to change my mind. What are you thoughts?
ZodTheRipper  +   898d ago
I don't expect that many hardware problems as with the PS3. Both companies should have learned a lot from this gen.

@Topic: WEREWOLVES! A long time ago I remember asking a friend why there aren't more games about werewolves or vampires. This looks like it could very well fulfill my desire. The more I watch this trailer, the more this game excites me.
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Lovable  +   897d ago
This might be a 4 player coop kinda similar to L4D?
Philoctetes  +   897d ago
That's what I was thinking when I saw the E3 trailer during Sony's conference, but they've said since then that it's a linear third-person action/adventure game.

Which makes me happy. Personally I don't like games that revolve around co-op, but that's just me.
Lovable  +   897d ago
Actually been hoping a game that kinda like L4D tbh haha...

With Warewolves now so yeah
Pintheshadows  +   897d ago
No reason they couldn't add in a L4D style co-op mode.
VsAssassin  +   897d ago
Me likey! I'm getting a V for Vendetta feel in this game!
LarVanian  +   897d ago
I wonder if the game will be open-world. Traversing through a steam punk, open-world, Victorian London would be beyond incredible! I really can't wait to hear more about this game. For me, The Order and inFamous: Second Son were the most intriguing games at E3!
Angeljuice  +   897d ago
This could be the 'alternative reality, Victorian England based, steam-punk, supernatural army killing, smog-filled 'Jack-the-ripper' game I've been awaiting for years now :-)

Off topic: does anybody remember the c64 game 'werewolves of London', you were a werewolf and you spent the daylight hours trying to find a solution to your curse and the nocturnal hours eating innocent people for sustenance whilst being hunted by the police. That game would be fantastic on a next-gen console!
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LoveOfTheGame  +   897d ago
Is this developed by Ready at Dawn not SSM, cause that is a little disappointing, little is key word still looks awesome.
Pintheshadows  +   897d ago
Why would you be disappointed? Have you not the played the PSP God of War games. They are both incredible.

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