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Human Element: First Impressions On The World Premiere Trailer

"The dust has officially settled at The Game Awards 2014, with Dragon Age: Inquisition emerging victorious against the other equally deserving nominees and snagging this year’s “Game of the Year” award. However, this exciting event didn’t conclude without delivering a bit of much-needed information about some of next year’s most anticipated titles. While games like The Order: 1886 and Dying Light unveiled new trailers, and studios like Fullbright (Gone Home) released brand-new game details, it was the world premiere first-look at developer Robotoki’s up-and-coming title, Human Element, that left the most memorable impact on me."

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MRHARDON1102d ago (Edited 1102d ago )

It looks like crap, that is what everyone else has said about the trailer also.

The details that were released about this game when it was announced does not match what I see in the trailer, it was supposed to be dark and gritty, not some Boarder-lands rip off.

402 can defend this product all he wants, but when its released next year, it will fail hard like he does :P

Hope after that I don't have to hear from him anymore.

lemoncake1102d ago

Glad I wasnt the only one who thought borderlands ripoff when this trailer started.

Jhandville19921101d ago

That's what I write about in the article. :) We're on the same page. I don't say it looks like crap per-say in the article, but I do highlight how the game has seemed to drastically change since its initial pitch.

"...it was the world premiere first-look at developer Robotoki’s up-and-coming title, Human Element, that left the most memorable impact on me.

Admittedly, perhaps that’s because the reveal trailer for Human Element exhibited almost no trace of its initial, humanity-exploring premise."