Go Gaming Giant sits down with the developers behind WET and talk about the upcoming game.
I thought the demo was awesome so I'm really looking forward to the full game.
The demo is just good. I wouldn't pay full price for it though. Maybe when it hits 40.
But I thought the graphics were pretty outdated, hell even NG sigma looks and plays better than this! whats up with that?!
Yeah so am I, looking great!
ye, it reminds me a lot of Stranglehold which was a great game
GGG podcast! FTW!
thanks, you can expect some more interviews coming very soon
Love the podcast - very interesting interview to say the least!
I'm picking it up.
Game turned out better than I thought it would.
House of the Dead: Overkill left me wanting more Grindhouse gaming. So this was pre-ordered as soon as I found it for £30/$50.
Reminds me a lot of "Total Overdose." I think this will be a keeper :)
dont know about this game. im on the borderline about it.
AWESOME. I'm SO looking forward to WET. This is like the only site that has a respectable interview ready to go up before the game's release. Thanks for putting it up!
I really liked the demo. You need mindless stylized action every now and then. Still, I'll probably get it somewhere down the line.
Didn't like it, felt like a poor man's version of dmc
I didn't think the demo was that great at all. It was just too much like Stranglehold. graphics were sub par. Thought Stranglehold's graphics were much better. That's just me though.
Stylistically I liked it but the game play was a little sloppy. Nice interview though.
Good interview. I have heard it compared to Stranglehold, but I never actually played it before. The demo was impressive so I am getting pretty excited for it.
Didin't like the demo...or I should say I liked some parts, and totally disliked other parts. This game has been getting a lot of press, and it seems overhyped after playing the demo and seeing some of the early (not very good) reviews.
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