It is from a German website, but it is still narrated in English. It shows some new gameplay scenes shown at the Games Convention 2007.
Not so new. Take a look, Gametrailers is full of this live demo videos in both hd and lr version.
yeah I certainly noticed that, but in some areas it looked like he took a different direction and explained the system that changes unsafe areas to red a little better.
as for the game, people were saying there were a ton of WW2 shooters and they were sick of it, but the last time I remember playing something of good quality was COD2 in 2005 so heres hoping this is an AAA WW2 shooter
Brothers in Arms: Modern Combat.
Those explosions rock.
Will this game get cross-platform gaming? Does anyone know?
Nothing has been announced yet, but its unlikely to happen.
My brother just bought a [email protected]http://www.gamersquad.com/c...
Maybe someone killed that rumor already...
What people don't know is the GRAW series is ripoff from Brothers in Arms. Unfortunately it looks like GRAW 2 is a lot better.
thats old...that was from E3 07.... its been on gamespot since e3 so its old vid
its not the same video, but its almost entirely the same presentation
Graphics are good but im not feeling the whole minitaure look when zoom or whatever the whole thing looks like a toyset or something.
Dude, thats what they have done with Unreal 3. I personally like it. It is a refreshing change from the "painterly" look of almost all other U3 games so far. This is the first that almost looks like CG instead. Nice to see the game again, even if its the same Ubi-days demo from last May.
I also know that even though so far what they have shown of the game makes it look cool, but not intense and gritty (like say KZ2) this will change once they implement their upgraded gibbing system. If anybody played the first two games they should know that what Gearbox has shown so far is not the final look of this game...It will not have a T rating.
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