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Submitted by PositiveEmotions 871d ago | news

Deep Down Tokyo Game Show play test report

Deep Down will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show this week. Japanese outlets, however, got an early hands-on with the upcoming PlayStation 4 title. Below is our translation of 4Gamer.net‘s report. (Deep Down, PS4)

GiggMan  +   871d ago
Nice report. Very detailed even down to the button layout and controls...
FamilyGuy  +   871d ago
Nice read and very thorough indeed. I didn't know they were letting people/journalist play it already.

Can't wait to see more.
mewhy32  +   871d ago
Incredible looking game with real action and not just a series of QT's. Awesome exclusive. Can't wait to play it on my PS4.
Pintheshadows  +   871d ago
Sounds quite promising. I'm guessing the combat will be quite slow paced and methodical which is welcome. I'm a big fan of randomly generated content in games but I hope that after a while with it the 'easier' or 'simpler' dungeons will cease to be.

Not entirely, just for experienced players.
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OlgerO  +   871d ago
very demon and dark souls like, which is great!!
elhebbo16  +   871d ago
the automatically-created dungeons remind me a bit of Persona though.
FamilyGuy  +   871d ago
I remember either star ocean 3 or maybe grandia xtreme doing this (PS2 era)
Inception  +   871d ago
Sounds great, especially with expansive maps and random enemies, traps, or items everytime we re-enter the dungeons. Man, can't wait to see more gameplay vid for Deep Down ^^
GribbleGrunger  +   871d ago
This interested me more than anything else. Singleplayer?:

"The demo only offered single-player, so the anticipated online play remains veiled. The whole of Deep Down has yet to be revealed, but the graphically impressive battle scenes are rich and worth seeing. If you are planning on attending the Tokyo Game Show, I recommend heading to the PlayStation booth and trying Deep Down out for yourself"
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FamilyGuy  +   871d ago
I prefer playing with friends but it would be nice if it has an offline option as well. I think it's online simply because it's meant to have updates to the quest and world on a consistent basis or something. Like they'll be continuously adding more challenges over time.
XtraTrstrL  +   871d ago
So, the game definitely isn't open world then I guess. You just warp to different dungeons from the home base it seems. Should still be a fun game, especially with multiplayer. I'd love for them to make an open world Dragon's Dogma type multiplayer game too though.
sigfredod  +   871d ago
The more i know about this game the more pumped, i hope they anounce a western release date soon
PositiveEmotions  +   871d ago
Yeah the game play seems promising :)

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