"We believe we have created the best audio-visual experience in video games." With these words Fegraeus Milan, the design director of DICE, presents Star Wars Battlefront.
It looks pretty damn good.
While audio and video are importanat in their own respects. What about gameplay, thats my main concern.
All in due time. For now I'm hyped as a "muhfucka".
I don't care about how it sounds or looks, I want details about what modes and characters are in the game. If there's no SP Galactic Conquest, the game is pretty much worthless to me.
Does EA have any competent developers left or are the just stuck in PR hype-machine mode when they make their speeches? It's all wishy-washy and grandiose statements like this. Same happens with Bioware everytime they show off their new games, like, there is no vision but they're just trying hard to make it sound more impressive than it is.
Just so you know, the stream is starting right now. http://starwars.ea.com/star...
BF is the best glitched console video game of all time. End of line.
I just seen the trailer and it looks like a movie. wow
Heard that before.
Well show us. Gameplay, that is.
No campaign? Nah I'm good!
What does it matter? If that means the MP will be ten times better than your run-of-the-mill game, I dig it. Besides, it'd be extremely costly in both resources and time to think of a plot line that would please the finicky fanbase.
I will get it anyway, but no space dogfights sucks. Better cone as dlc at least. Looks great though.
You have probably the most iconic musical scores and sound effects in movies along with fantastic visual design. When given this kind of material to work with there is no way DICE can go wrong with the fantastic visuals and audio work they are capable of. I cannot wait for this title!
Wouldn't doubt it. BF 3 and BF 4 have, IMHO, some of the best visual/audio experiences in videos games to date.
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