Game Informer writes "Sucker Punch co-founder and development director Chris Zimmerman talks about the major changes in the soon-to-be-released sequel, electric karate, Home Depot, Devil May Cry, epic battles, user-generated content, and more."
sony please buy sucker punch!!!!
I think Sucker Punch are just fine. It's nice to see a real sequel where developers actually add things and really enhance the gameplay and extras. Also, addressing the complaints from the predeccessor. This is definately a must buy for me day 1. This is also a sleeper for GOTY.
everyone should click on the article to see those new pictures. Heres the best one IMO EDIT: Finished reading the article. Sony really needs to buy them and give them extra money. Boss battles where you are not confined in an area? Sucker Punch FTW. Now we can roam about and lead the boss around while they destroy the city. I love when devs are so passionate about their games.
here are youtube vids http://www.youtube.com/watc... http://www.youtube.com/watc... O_O http://i54.tinypic.com/2how...
Id didn't see all those trailers. At first I was the most excited for Uncharted 3 Skyrim, Resistancee 3 and Battlefield but God damn this game is going to be my most played game of this gen. (yes I have Oblivion :) EDIT: Here's a trailer with both evil and good Cole http://www.youtube.com/watc...
That gif is the BEST! Cat porn FTW!!! Hahahahh nice! Thatnks for the YouTube links too!
This is looking ridiculously good. I always loved SP since I played Sly 1. And they're really showing off their talent with this. Cannot* wait till I play this.
I think this dev and quantic dream should be in sonys radar......both highly talented, but I think sucker punch is already heavily invested with Sony. , But i thought that about insomniac, I was very wrong, they very much surprised me with the EA deal.
Quantic Dream is owned by Sony now.
Not yet i don't think so.....
QD is still second party . they are extremely close bu that's it for now ..
they approached not only Sony for Heavy Rain and only Sony responded thus the PS3 exclusivity. unlike Sucker Punch which is not a big powerhouse, Insomniac Games is expanding and have more man power thus allow for many games developed at the same time and the deal with EAP is seen as a very good move to expand their fanbase while maintaining a great relationship with Sony and PS3 fans with games like Resistance and R&C both releasing this year!
Holy Christ this game looks good.
Can't wait I loved the first one. Looking forward to the new powers and improved climbing system. Only thing that disappoints me is the change to Cole's appearance...seems like he's not the same character as the first one. Hate when devs have something that i like and then change it...like Uncharted 3: World of Deceit, such a great name that for some reason was changed :( Least these two games should be awesome enough to make up for it.
Wow didn't think about the hand swapping till they mentioned it, does make a difference,Cant wait to see that big guy smash through the city, especially with the improved physics engine.
Game is looking exceptionally good. Had to change my avatar because it's my #1 anticipated game now.
I would love to see user generated content as a feature in Uncharteds online mode. It would mean people could create levels for the co-op missions and you could do a new thing everytime. Although I think it's more of an Uncharted 4 thing along with destructible environments. Those two things put together could make Uncharteds online more amazing :)
I've been working at the Sly Collection. Platinumed Sly 1, working on Sly 2. I can see what Sucker Punch did there. They got some good core gameplay in Sly 1, then iterated it for Sly 2 - went from a linear game to a more hub/mission based model, let you play as different characters, etc. They've proven they can take a good game and make it better. Infamous was a *very* good game, and damn if it doesn't look like they're making I2 great.
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