They've had a history of it. The Super Scope, Virtua Boy, n64, Wii, WiiU, etc...they just do their own thing.
I hope they show a new map or two.
Nintendo has always prided itself on setting the trend, not following. Whether if works or flops, they march to the beat of their own drum.
To be fair, we never saw much of Agent.
I adored the first Dishonored. I can't wait to pick up the sequel.
I really like this direction. I got tired of angry Kratos.
I watched a clip on youtube...I think it's levelcapgaming. Him and his friends stacked Soldier 76 and won every match. I guess Blizzard has some balancing to do.
I wonder if they'll connect this game to the previous two, like how the ending for SotC showed how it tied into Ico.
I don't know if it'll match the level that Ico and SotC set, but I hope it's good.
Please be real...and not a remaster.
While it isn't a fair comparison, I did laugh when the bi-plane hit the lighthouse.
(Looks at author): Ahh...I see what you did there.
Then someone will make a petition to end petitions that want to end petitions. This is getting Monty Pyton-esque...
I wonder if this was Activision's sly way of testing the waters.
Too bad Activision knows many people will buy Infinite to play the remaster.
I know Treyarch put a lot of work into balancing and trying to keep hackers out. But, I've always liked the feel and sound design of the IW games before West and Zampella left.
You get an upvote for mentioning the GameShark.
Not familiar with the Frostbite engine? You will be.
The good news: Nobody was laid off.
The bad news: Everything else.
They make chocolate teapots?!? Where can I buy one?