The guys at Playstation Universe Magazine had an exclusive interview with the Russian base team [steel monkey] on their up coming game 2 Day 2 Vegas. They brought no less than 20 screens back with them.
Since before the 360 came out. I want this game very badly, and hope they get published and whatever else needs to happen so I can put this game in my disc tray.
I have been eye-balling this one for months mow and can not wait until I can add this to my collection.
It looks too good to be true, i think it was E3 2005 which i saw the first screens and i was blown away, give me an ingame footage to see wether these are actually ingame. IM OUTR...///"""
Looks amazing... I thought this game had kicked the bucket, but I'm very glad to see that I'm wrong about that!
This game will be beasty.
You, or your brother, just get out of jail, your brother is in Vegas and is in trouble... you are rushing there to help? Anyone wanna help me out here?
This game does look good but for some reason doesn't look as good or real to me as it did when they released the 1st screen shots!
I think it'll look alot worse, especially on PS3 since it doesn't have anti aliasing
Wow, I actually thought this devlopement house had folded ages ago. The game looks fiiinnnee!! :-)
on Xbox 360, now we're talkin'!
ps3 doesnt have anti-aliasing? thats a new one.
Haha at PSU and their sly watermarking...btw they are watching us ahhhh.
They gone to great detail to make the scenery accurate. One of thos escreenshots shows a tier in a field outside a factory. I've been to that factory, that tire is really THERE!!! I'm kidding of course. It sounds like a pretty indepth story but for some reason reminds me of the Sims. I know its not moving but the people look like they are walking with out a purpose. Some day a game will incorporate people in a city scene walking at different paces like those in a hurry, tourists, a couple in a rush to see a movie, someone trying to rush to cross the street, etc...you know, real life. Maybe it's been done and I haven't played enough games. I'm sure someone will point me in the right direction... Doesn't the guy getting out the car look like Slater from Saved By The Bell?
One of the big revolutionary things with Assassin's Creed is its crowd affects. I'd imagine some developer will see that and learn from it for future games, such as those set in an urban environment.
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