If Styx had looks to kill, you'd already be dead as Cyanide Studios prove there is more to building a leading heroic character combined with engaging gameplay than just devilish good looks and washboard abs.
Haha, thats so funny. Nice to see Cyanide not sticking to formula on this one. It sort of reminds me of Creed mixed with fable, what do you guys think?
I got that same vibe! :-)
@ginalee554 Not sure the british accents make me think of Thief, which to me was an epic failure of mega proportions. Hope this doesn't go that route.
Feel a lot more like Assassin's Creed Than Thief, especially with the stealth kills.
its like an assassin creed game but with actually proper stealth gameplay.
Well i think its very brave of Cyanide to actually make a character like Styx. I usually support the villains in hero movies, they are always misunderstood, kind of like the Joker or Bane from Batman. If you really research their backstory you will come to discover that it wasn't only pretty boy bat face who had a troubled childhood. He just had the good looks and loads of money to play with. LOL i digress. Bravo Cyanide, I think I just found another new hero to support in Styx.
Well Styx better have a lot more going for him, because we are conditioned as a society to follow looks. For example Captain America, Superman, Batman, Justin Bieber . . . JK on the last one, but you get my point.
This looks like an PS3, Xbox 360 game to me. Not really seeing anything close to next gen.
Looks good but the accents need to change
I quite like their accents, everything doesn't have to be american sounding. I think it adds a bit of color to the game.
Lmao at Washboard Abs. Isn't this made by the same studio that produced Le Tour de France and Pro Cycling Manager? Think I will wait for reviews or see more gameplay before passing judgement or investing.
It's like Dishonored meets Assassin's Creed and that my friends is a combination I've been waiting since forever.
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