The Lost Gamer writes "Today during a demonstration of Bioware's upcoming sci-fi RPG Mass Effect 2, Adrian Cho, Producer for the title, revealed details regarding a new quick time event element within the game entitled the Interrupt System."
A great addition to the cinematics that will provide extra depth to the game
this is old news to most people who have followed mass effect 2, but still pretty cool, lucky im getting alot of gift cards for xmas to help out with the overload of "must have" games in 2010, i would be a broke man otherwise.
"Imma watchin' Space Ghost!" That's an example of the DON'T interrupt system on Mass Effect 2.
Looks very good. I need to play Mass Effect 1 before playing this, but this game is looking good!
Just over a month until release too - really can't wait! :D
yeah, it's gonna be sweet.
Buy it! Mass is like $7 at Gamestop
Hopefully it will arrive to the PS3 too
Yes I wish it would come to ps3 as well =[
where you're talking in a convo and then a message comes up asking you to switch discs?
@ the two guys above me, have fun playing sword fight with each other.
did you enjoy metal gear solid on ps3? or is that different ?
than watching an old man smoke a cig for 5 minutes.
ok cool but this is no news i knew this sense e3 lol they actually showed some a vid
You mean like MGS4's optional QTE's? How is this "revolutionary"?
Short memory writer. Don't even need to go that much back, Assassin's Creed 2, released few weeks ago, had the feature too. Media is funny, also recently, there was 'journalists' calling Heavy Rain out for being interactive cutscenes with QTE. But now it's not only a good thing to have, it's revolutionary... LOL Anyway, props to Bioware for making good design decisions regardless of the media bullcrap.
Did the quick time events you speak of in MGS4 change anything? I don't think so. For Mass Effect 2, that character that you killed off in an "interruption sequence" might have some huge consequences (or benefits) later in the game or even in Mass Effect 3.
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