Hey guys, as mentioned, others at the show did the experience the same control issues, so it could have just been buggy. But still, for an old demo that has been shown for months and months now, you'd think they would have polished it to a certain point where it's completely playable. Especially considering how small of a slice it actually is.
Wasn't supposed to be enlightening bud, just painting a picture for the order of events.
Me too man. They had R18+ warnings around the booth of course, but yeah I am really hoping we don't shafted because even with the new rating, there've still been some bans, which is utter B.S.
The intro dialogue included at the bottom of this article is very intriguing as it relates to relationships and potential story beats in MKX!
Now this is a great addition!
In this first hour, the "deductions" are extremely easy, so much so that you think "it can't just be that, right?"
Yes, I believe there is.
It's actually more like 15 hours+. It's very meaty for a story heavy game of its kind. There's collectibles and more.
Oh yes, I thought you meant the US Amazon. In that case, yeah the only difference would be the artbook packaging I believe.
Just don't buy it for the multiplayer. It's fine, but this is a single-player game at its core.
Hmm, I only see it listed at $60 on Amazon (for standard and pre-order artbook package).
Definitive Edition is only releasing for Xbox One and PS4.
Self-typo Correction: "17 years in the making"
That's great to hear, exactly what I love!
This looks very interesting. I definitely want to check it out.
Actually strange because it's more like Greek Mythology as Damocles is of Greek origin. Oh Crytek... either way, mythological elements aplenty.
Is that how "what" is spelt?! All this time I've been writing it wrong apparently...
Roman Mythology... you telling me Spirit Gods are real?
A quote related to the definition of Roman Mythology: "The Romans usually treated their traditional narratives as historical, even when these have miraculous or supernatural elements. The stories are often concerned with politics and morality, and how an individual's personal integrity relates to his or her responsibility to the community or Roman state. Heroism is an important theme."
I can understand how some may think it repetitive after a while, but on higher difficulties (especially on legendary) it's a good challenge to master. It's intrinsic... some people don't care about that though, which is just a matter of different people get different things out of these experiences. Plus the story is good and brutal! How can you not love mythology?!
Still had to buy it, but hopefully the technical hitches are ironed out with an update soon.