Sucker Punch hasn't worked out how long its openworld superhero game inFamous will eventually be despite (admittedly jokey) reports to the contrary stemming from our live interview with Nate Fox last week.
open world games tend to be 20+ hours long
Hopefully this will be the same story. I'm dure sucker punch will deliver a lenghthy and enjoyable experience. PLAY BEYOND FANBRATS
Do Not go the Heavenly Sword route and assume that True gamers do not care about game length...I mean u could be the most hardcore gamer around, but in the End a short game is just a Huge letdown and makes anyone question forking over $60 for such a short experience
hell no, heavenly sword was epic and the story was deep, just not long... it was really good though!
Gears 2 was a let down? Was God of War a let down? No and no. Now go troll behind that garbage can that you live in.
To bo honest i hope there a lot more about this game that free exploration like a spiderman game. When i saw the gameplay, i was afraid that the gameplay will become repetitive fast, especially since he seems to have god-like powers and wouldnt die after getting shot. They really need to explain his powers first since this isnt Marvel.
I'm expecting 18 hours from Infamous seeing as it's open world. Though i usually get long legs out of my games since i fool around in them a bit.
if the main story is 15 hours I will be happy. But I NEED a lot of interesting side quests. I hope the immersion factor in the game is high too. I have 34 hours logged into Fallout and I havent even begun the main quest yet.
Give me 50 hours of game play guys!
Even being a sandbox open world game doesn't automatically add anything to the main story. Sure you could go around exploring the city but that doesn't add as much to the value as a fleshed out story. Not to mention potential low scores from critical reviewers because of a "shallow story" or something similar. If it's anything in length like a smaller scale Oblivion then I'd be happy.
Seeing that it's an Open World game, it seems like there could be a lot of potential gameplay, so I'm not too worried about the game length... for an Open World game I think that the main story should be 15-20 hours minimum and I hope it's not shorter than that. InFamous should have some replayability though even if the game is short because your actions in the game will affect the story (you can choose to be a Hero or Anti-Hero).
I like it to be +20 hours or at least 15.
how long the game is I am still buying it. I like the whole open world superhero/villian thing....
Open world games take alot of work, I don't understand why a developer would go open world without at least 30-35hrs of content, 15 or so in main story. No doubt it'll be good though, Sucker Punch is great.
The only thing sucker punch will deliver is a sucker punch to your nuts. LOL
take it that was supposed to be funny? No? No.
no actually Sucker punch will give you a sucker punch to your nut which end up to your throat :P
What is this, some sort of "pre-FUD?" God, wait for the game to come out and get some real playtime.
I took from that interview that its about quality and not quantity. I do not believe that he said InFamous was going to be short. I think people are looking into what he said a little too much. That being said, I hope for both quantity and quality.
10 hours tops. All thanks to the enormous storage capacity of Blu-Ray.
its because they don't sacrifice quality over quantity but from what I've remembered he said that it would be between the 30 hr long GTA and the 7 hr long god of war so I 'm hoping that it would be 15 to 20 hrs..
lol, JeanPool thinks this is very close to release. How can it be undecided?
foward to this gameee. hopefully not to short and sand box elements are fun to mess around with for hours. or it shall be a rental
Arent we suppose to get bigger and longer games due to Blu Ray? Sony dont make this game short please.
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