It would be an interesting experience...although it would require a big inVESTment.
Nah, I still think Halo outstrips Modern Warfare. MW2, on the other hand, nails what makes Halo so addictive.
No way...Halo is still great.
Hmm, to be expected really.
SAM I AM! Quite interested in the new competitive co-op mode. Seems like it's still coming to XBLA too.
But they've had such a long association with Valve really...wonder what the story is behind it all.
It means it's average, unspectacular, a bit meh in the face of expectations.
And I don't think it's for every article, it just happens to be that Command & Conquer is quite well-loved and the main series has always got great reviews. This, on the other hand, seems to be a letdown.
P.S. Lol, Commander...
If this funds innovations in the main series, then I'm all for it.
Apparently the multiplayer is where it's at for this one which is a shame as, deep down, we all have an appreciation for the goofy story.
Apparently they have changed a few things. The cutscenes have gone all serious which, apparently, shows off how badass Joe Kucan is but demonstrates how poor the other actors are...
Yup, almost as laughable as when Peter Molyneux addressed talk of a PC version at GDC positively while Microsoft's PR department watched on in awkward silence.
So yes, quite laughable.
Everything points towards them doing it though.
Well they didn't the original Sonic games, but they have done the Sonic Advance series on the GBA, the Sonic Rush games on the DS and they also designed the day-time levels on Sonic Unleashed - they were rather good. Those are about the only good things Sonic in the past ten years (outside of the Sonic RPG), so Dimps is clearly the best choice for developing.
Fair enough, but I do. Sonic Team haven't been great for a while, seems like a sound choice. If you're reinventing Sonic, go with the studio who have done good with him in the past decade. That would be Dimps.
Sounds logical, the article is flawed.
I disagree. They could have left it at 'They've not played it' and it wouldn't have featured in the magazine. Instead, there was a further response that was, well, unnecessary and defensive; akin to that of a cat's hair standing on end.
Anyway, surely the comparisons to Modern Warfare are helping them with their publicity?
Yeah...EA shouldn't be allowed to make online multiplayer achievements/trophies.
What. A. Moron.
He seems to be a bit defensive. Not overly defensive, but the fact that he rambled on instead of just leaving it at 'they didn't play it' kinda shows fear.