Lazygamer deconstructs the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailer to give us some insight into what we can expect when the title releases later this year
Nice breakdown - amazing what you can see frame by frame. seriously hope they make Kevin Spacey look better, though!
I seriously doubt he's going to be improved from this heavily prepped reveal trailer
it's shown on the xbone.. should look better on ps4 of course.
KEVIN SPACEY! Dude classes up everything he's in. consider me intrigued.
Nice article, yeah I thought the "insider" tidux said the next COD Sony was going to be the leading platform guess you can always count on MS deep pockets https://www.8chan.co/waifui...
Looks good, but I hope Activision pay TriStar some money, I thought it was the video game adaptation of Elysium. Anywho this will be my first Call of Duty game since Modern War 3.
Man I hope they build this from the ground up and not use recycled animations from previous games! The only way I'll touch this game is if it feels and looks different from other cod games. I'm a huge Battlefield guy but I'm always open to trying new things as long as they actually are new things!!!
Looks much better than ghost at least lol.
This is a great breakdown. However when watching the trailer again, I recall what Kyle Bosman said in his episode: Ugly Truth in Advertising. "Video games have always had commercials that are exaggerative, and not really what this final product will be". The last COD that was truly what they previewed in trailers was Modern Warfare 2. We want to believe the hype trailers give because it's fun to believe that's the product they'll deliver in November. But, it hasn't been good after MW2,...at least to me. Remember, thier commercials/previews only display the best they believe to be in AW. "We have a recent trend that gameplay that's previewed is not equal to the game that we get or we own". Other examples: Alien Colonial: Marines, Bioshock Infinite, Dark Souls 2, Elder Scrolls: Online, and WatchDogs. AW is not an exception and I'm bring it up b/c when I saw this trailer I got hype...and believed. It's Keven Spacey. Then I remembered that I dislike every COD after MW2. Every year, there are people who say,"Don't judge a game before you play", but you've got to disagree with that notion. It's there to judge and it's never as good as they preview it. The last game that was as good as it was previewed, with hype, was The Last of Us, Gran Theft Auto V and Borderlands 2. Batman Arkham Knight is likely going to be amazing, but the first time they display it's existence is with a CGI trailer, just like Elder Scrolls and Black Flag, that will look nothing like the final product. Am I wrong? My advice echoes Kyle's, "Don't pre-order", at least not in full. I guarantee there will always be too many copies of Call of Duty or Battlefield and the next Battlefield trailer will be as hype or more. To finish, I didn't buy Ghost of BF4 last year and I only missed out on the disappointment. I assume these games will kill their own hype, post-launch. It's like that every year. Will this year be different? I doubt it, but they always say it's different. If true, I'll find out post launch, without pre-ordering. What do you think? PS. Unless you're a committed fan of COD, pre-order this game. But if you're not committed, pre-ordering only helps publishers sell more copies to stores, regardless of actually quality assurance. that's my opinion. Kyle's episode is linked below, btw. Source: http://www.gametrailers.com...
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