Nine new screenshots from The Darkness.
On the fence with this one, I think I'm more looking forward to Dark Sector.
pics look good.. except for the weird old guy wearing the varsity jacket.
looks good. ...where that game Cyber...something, Cyber Stealth or I dunno...that looked really cool.
cipher complex maybe??
yuh that's it! That sounded reallly good...i was excited about that one...seems to have faded into the background a bit.
I really want a game that can build up the suspense and then scare you enough to want to play with the lights on.
And that game is called ManHunt
That game didn't scare me, it just made me feel dirty.
Not even the amazing voice acting? What about in the mental asylum?
You play it with a headset where he speaks to you through it...he was creepy.
Try Condemned instead. ManHunt is all about having fun lol!
I think this developer can do no wrong. In my opinion Chronicle of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay was waaay ahead of its time when it was released. It played like a nex gen game only it was.. well, last gen :P.
Anyway.. Does anyone else think that the hand gestures that npc's will do in this game when talking to you will not make them so much more believable. Something small like that I think will have a big impact on the game :)
does anyone notice the complete lack of FSAA??
anyhow, i think these photos are a little old, I'm pretty sure i saw them in an old issue of gameinformer...
not terribly excited about this game...
and read witchblade back in the day. This character first appeared in that comic and then went on to its own success. So the plot should have some depth and it be a good story seeing how people had thought about it and wrote about it for years (if they stay true to the comic). If the game is anywhere close to playing like Riddick then the gameplay should be awesome. Graphics look good. Not sure about playing evil (but then Riddick is no mary poppins). Yeah, I will be buying.
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