I doubt it. If RDR2 is coming out next year, if the game development process is anything like the animations process, the voice acting was probably recorded a year ago.
Yep. They are called Royalties.
Xbox 360 because I met some of my best friends on Halo 3 and had some of the best times in gaming on the 360!
The videos I've seen speculate it being at around 420-430 which seems about right to me.
Impossible. Everyone knows Valve can't count to three.
It is also pre-alpha, so there is not that much polish on it.
I already have a PS4 so, I will be keeping it and going with the Scorpio next since most of my friends are on Xbox.
I definitely prefer the original 4 games, but I enjoyed the demo. What people need to remember is the game is still in the early stages and nothing that is in the demo will be in the finished game.
I would imagine that they will reveal it at a Sony event kind of like how they did with the PS4, or they will wait until E3 next year.
And they think that Sony didn't?
The typos and grammatical errors abound! I really don't normally make these types of comments, but this author needs to learn to proofread.
Gameplay was nothing special, but I liked the story.
I would say yes as long as there is a similar twitch shooter to take it's place.
Personally I think they need to take a 3 year break from releasing any CoD games, develop a totally new engine for the game (or use UE4 or idTech 7 or something), and reboot the series fresh.
Exactly, and I think that is why Battlefield 1 got such a good response. It seems DICE are listening to the fans.
Saw this coming to be honest.
Something wrong with liberal thinking?
Nope. They ask this question every year, and it hasn't happened yet.
"I like to keep this...for close encounters."
"Too right, mate."
I am kinda interested in seeing what they do with this game. I haven't played CoD since MW3, but the CoD4 remaster might entice me to buy this one.
I kinda get the feeling that they may be going in sort of a Killzone-ish direction as far as the setting goes, and I find that intriguing.
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