Shuhei Yoshida confirms the length of a complete Knack playthrough.
Will it be a memorable experience is the question?
Memorable? I doubt. Fun? Could be!
It will be a fun game where you can spend time.
Well if it took Shu Yoshida 10 hours to complete Knack, it is going to take us normal people about 20 hours... because Shu is a god among men.
Why coming to the article in the first place?! Let alone writing a troll comment!! And btw I care.
Don't feed the troll
Trolls gonna troll.
10 hours in publisher time = 7 hours. Santa Monica also said that God of War III was 12 or 13 hours long at one point.
Maybe its just because lately ive been playing longer games like The Last of Us, Bioshock, and skyrim but 7 hours seems short as hell. Hopefully knack has some kind of replay value cuz i do love platformers and it looks super fun but idk if i could see myself paying full price for a game that i could beat in a day :/ God of War 3 was short (my only gripe about the game) but it did have some replay value and i appreciated that
Gonna wait until I play it before I decide how I feel about Knack. I live in Japan and I have decided not to import an American system since Knack will come bundled here for free. I like the character but the gameplay videos I've seen so far look way too basic :/ as in...enemies...next room...enemies...open door. Maybe there is more they haven't shown? One can only hope.
Yes, I'd have to agree. Graphically it's certainly improved from the first reveal but there's still a corridor feeling about the gameplay that puts me off slightly.
Nice technical demonstration of the hardware but from the videos I've seen this just isn't for me, then again I'm clearly not the target demographic.
Not bad. That's about how long it took me to get through Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction. Definitely excited for Knack. It's great to see a platformer this early. (Sort of like Kameo on the 360. Great game.)
Heard it's quite tough to beat too. Will definitely pick it up at some point.
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