Too Human is one of the most innovative games on the 360 says Denis Dyack

Greg Howson Interviews Denis Dyack:

Denis Dyack - I'll be shocked if there is any game in this genre that comes close to Too Human in the next couple of years.

Long awaited action role player Too Human is out next week. I recently spoke to Denis Dyack from the developer Silicon Knights and asked him about controls, general reaction to the game and why he thinks Too Human is one of the most innovative games on the 360.

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Bombibomb3172d ago

Oh Dyack please just stop.

Jamie Foxx3172d ago

..but everyones entitled to their opinion no matter how absurd it may be

StephanieBBB3172d ago (Edited 3172d ago )

So if I make a game and then make you shoot with the start button, according to Denis it's one of the most innovative games out there?

Oh god this guy is too much...

Rock Bottom3172d ago (Edited 3172d ago )

Someone should stand next to Denis, and take a piss in Denis mouth whenever he opens it.

Mr_Bun3172d ago

That is the perfect analogy. Basically he just dumbed down the controls...Don't let gamers control the camera and just flick the stick to fight and thinks this is innovation?

OgTheClever3172d ago (Edited 3172d ago )

It seems that this uber fanboy developer has struck again!

a minor glitch has struck again as well and I'm the 0.1 comment!?!

Bubble Buddy3172d ago

He looks so happy in the picture too, so clueless.

morganfell3172d ago

Except for the hair, I think he and David Doak were separated at birth. Everything else including the inability to shut up is the same.

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Hellsvacancy3172d ago

look at the reviews - FAIL

fafoon3172d ago (Edited 3172d ago )

To the other game's on the 360

And take a look at the picture
Would you believe a single word from that freak

Splenda143172d ago

also one the worst games of the 360

Ghoul3172d ago

Dyack really deserves the new smacktalker award for 08 if he continues he even out craptalks peter molinoux