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Why Microsoft's Warhound Will Revolutionize The FPS Genre

This is a title that is destined to do great things for Microsoft. It will give you a clear idea of what to expect from future FPS titles. With this game, not only are the developers exploring uncharted waters and untapped potential in this genre, but they are also stretching the boundaries of what is possible in an FPS game. Make no mistake, by the end of this article, you will have a clear understanding of what it would take to revolutionize the FPS genre, and take it to new heights.

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sonarus2631d ago

How is it microsoft warhound? Microsoft isn't developer or publisher? Just more subtle fanboy crap

Kleptic2631d ago (Edited 2631d ago )

will be surprised if this gets through...but at the same time...maybe not...

aside from what you mentioned...the entire article reads like a PR statement...a cover system that killzone 2 has already done, so good luck passing that as 'something no other shooter has attempted'...and every other RPG-Shooter mechanic was in pretty much any modern open world shooter...'pick your own missions and fight the way you want'...i'm pretty sure Far Cry 2 let me do that last year...

whatever...its HHG...to be expected...

Nike2631d ago

@Kleptic:

Funny how every one was saying when Killzone 2 came out, "Who cares if it's been done some where else before?? The game is still fun!!" Just a thought. ^^

Also, YES, this does read like a PR statement.

rhood0222631d ago

Aside from the fact that the source of this article is what it is, this:

"Its innovative First Person Perspective cover system will allow you to bring the battle to your enemies in ways you’ve never dreamed of before."

Is probably the most asinine thing I've read today.

Nike2631d ago

Hmmm, so does that mean I can do a somersault in the air and land on my opponent's shoulders legs-first and then snap his neck with my thighs...all using this AWESOME NEW COVER SYSTEM?

There's no limit to dreams or imagination when it comes to what gamers want to do. Though, the game does like kind of nice. :)

rhood0222631d ago (Edited 2631d ago )

It's not about the fact of the game having a cover system, or how it might be with respect to this game, it's the ambiguity of the statement that makes it asinine.

The way it's written (especially with the context that Warhound "will revolutionize the FPS genre") makes it seem like Warhound invented the thing--in addition to the Far Cry-esque elements described.

But my beef isn't with the game, it's with the site itself.

lovecipher72631d ago

it's amazing just how negative the comments are on this site. And yet yo call yourself gamers

LONEWOLF2312631d ago

The term gamer has died in this site awhile back.

iDystopia2631d ago

Wow PS3 fanboys are like foaming from their mouths in every thread you can find.

lol Nobody likes to lose.

Master Samo2631d ago

To all the readers, I thank you in advance for reading this article. I would like to present to you all the Bits Of Information (BOI) that I was not able to include in this article. They are as follow:

BOI 1) Techland: is a Polish video game developer that was founded in 1991.

BOI 2) Techland: is the developer of Call of Juarez, the Western-themed first-person shooter that was published by Ubisoft. It was first released on PC in 2006, and was later released on the Xbox 360 in June of 2007. The North American release of the PC version is one of the first games to utilize Microsoft’s DirectX10.

BOI 3) Techland: on the 13th of January 2009, the developer announced Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, a prequel to Call of Juarez, for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC; the title will also be released in 2009.

I hope everyone enjoyed the Information provided
God Bless You All

Master Samo

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