IGN - Greg and Vince talk about why they enjoyed Drawn to Death So much, and why it's much more than it initially seems.
Really looking forward to this game...love arena shooters so this will be awesome on my ps4....also it reminds me of sunset overdrive because of the guns but is mp game
I'm excited because its not the same darned shooter, it is pretty unique. I can see this being a successful series.
It does look unique, but I don't know about it becoming a successful series(if it was F2P maybe). Hopefully this is a PSN title, because it's not looking like a $60 purchase.
Yeah that's what pulled me to plants v zombies...that is one of my favorite games this gen...so happy they gave it for free for the ps4
Jaffe, stop wasting our time. Is this even a real game or a PSN downloadable? I'm serious, I don't know, If I have to ask, it's not a good sign. You already wasted everyone's time with that new Twisted Metal game that was actually a PS2 game. Lets not even mention Calling all cars or whatever. When are you gonna make a real game again?
worst most cheap game shown ever ... David Jaffe= pure crap games
^You two seriously need to get a grip.
Look at these children complain about a game that is flipping early in development! Urg so pathetic
Jaffe, stop wasting our time. Is this even a real game or a PSN downloadable? I'm serious, I don't know, If I have to ask, it's not a good sign.
exactly that ..i m wondering what hte Fk people like about this sit game...David jaffe is peter molyneaux of Sony ..a lot of talks and the games are completely garbage
@bubbles its a real game and its good. Stop hating.
You can tell this comes from the mind that made Twisted Metal
Sweet concept. I'm happy for David. He has a winner here but it maybe on the wrong platform. Ps4 owners don't like cartoon stuff.
R&C had better art direction and PS has advocated more art styles than any other company if you look at their backlog, but you're probably not talking about SSO because that would be inaccurate. I don't not like it...I just probably wouldn't buy it.
i think someone high up at sony must have some racey photo's of david or something because he seems to be a slave to sony. his past couple of games sold terrible but yet he refuses to launch on more platforms. this game has steam written all over it, a platform that actually has a userbase that sticks around unlike consoles where gamers move around way too much and the community dies quickly unless you have a game marketed like destiny. plus sony is open to cross-platform play meaning pc gamers and ps4 gamers could play together. so unless sony is funding his projects i dont understand why he wouldn't want more commercial success? yes the ps4 is selling amazingly but this is a niche game that will likely get buried among other games out there.
I get that above stigma of cartoon dislike from a bunch of sony fans. It is mostly the immature ones but it is there. I think the game rocks but from what I understand sony gamers want the best graphics and arena shooters are stupid and lack story. I'm sure there are a ton of cell shader lovers on ps4 but we are out numbered by the realism guys and cod fans. Even sunset overdrive got flak for being unrealistic. I just don't think this will sell even though it should. It would do better on pc possibly. I'm glad ps4 fan disagree now please go out and buy this game so we can make more! It says arena shooter.... no single player adventure. That along will cause many to not buy it. Look at the comments below. Oh I hope it has more of a story. I understand you guy love stories but Jaffe is old school. This maybe his quake. Who knows.
game looks sick can't wait to play it, I hope they don't skimp on single player campaign
same here, hope there is a single player campaign as well
twisted metal vibe, for sure. love it.
Yeah it has the dodgeball charge up the same way the chainsaw used to charge up by dragging it on the floor, destructable environments like all the old twisted metals seems to be making a return aswell as entering buildings, Jaffe knows how to make some twisted concepps, I would love to have a story and or co-op mode.
Some great concepts, but here's what I'm hoping he adds to the game, if he doesnt already have it. 1. Procedurally generated maps, where "the kid" draws out the map as you play, adding things as the match continues. 2. The ability to draw or write on the DS4 gamepad and place it in-game. Ex. you click the gamepad and a small notebook opens on the side of the screen, you draw something or write a word, and it becomes a weapon or something in the game. 3. Interaction with some of the action I see going on on the map, like the flying jets, the space invaders and the huge octopus on the building.
This game looks amazing. I just hope it has more than just free for all. The art design is awesome, but I wish it had just a bit more color. Maybe the kid could draw on some colored paper too.
The game looks awesome, but what really had me enjoying watching this game on stage was Jaffe's total disregard for moderate language. I thought it was funny and oddly refreshing to hear him be himself entirely talking about it. That aside, I hope this game doesn't go the way of Calling All Cars! where it was really fun but the community just sort of gave up on it early. I have hope it'll do well, but it needs to be advertised properly. That's something Calling All Cars! could've have definitely benefited from.
I am liking the more technical mechanics in the game so far. I like it that some moves a character has may or may not affect the some opponents. The inclusion of the 13-year-old boy with his "breaking the 4th wall" intrusion sounds promising. @telekeneticmantis, I agree with the procedurally generated map bit. Adding to that, I would like players to have some kind of direct influence to how the map changes. To be honest, I wasn't that impressed with what I saw about this game during the show; however, now that I know more, I am quite pleased and hyped. I have my eyes on this game now!
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