I think is game looks absolutely amazing. It's so simple, but by the end of that trailer you can see how complex it must get as you head through the levels.
I also love real-time combat. I think when a WRPG enables real-time combat without turning it into a button-masher (as in, you still need to think strategically) it hits a sweet spot.
One thing that is becoming abundantly clear is that Device 6 is a must play! What best of list is it not on?
Most recently he was the creative director on Halo 4
Sorry, I didn't take them.
Maybe you've brushed up on your GTA skills with GTA IV and GTA V since?
I'm not sure if I could spend 100-hours on an ipad screen. But $7 is pretty handy for a game of this quality.
You know, I have started playing my Wii U a lot lately. After not touching for almost a year, I got right into Super Mario 3D World with my 2.5yr old son. We love playing it together. He even got Mario pyjamas for Christmas. When we finish it, I think I will introduce him to Zelda Wind Waker
Pretty impressive year for indie gaming. You could go a whole year now without touching anything from a major publisher and still have a really awesome year of gaming.
Really! I didn't know that - that is a big win then.
I think if the Wii U doesn't start selling X amount of numbers in the next X months, then X could go multiformat.
I'm trying to work out why the sounds in this game are so familiar. Is it Super Metroid that it is recalling?
Ninja Blade maybe, lol. But fair point!
It kind of reminds me a bit of Mark the Ninja, too, in its style... although the gameplay is obviously quite different.
I was thinking more Gripshift.
Yeah I totally agree Dennett - thankfully, this is the former.
I think it could definitely work. Tapping the screen to block in the exact correct spot, then swiping to move a sword in real-time... could be cool.
I wonder how much money you'd have to spend on console games to get this much quality game time? At least $500 I reckon.
No Man's Sky looks absolutely amazing, too. It's great seeing these indie guys have a hit and then use it to fund something even more epic.
cool, I did not know it was in uncharted 2. Hope the multiplayer is up to scratch.
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