OX writes: "Xbox One exclusive Scalebound combines dragons and dubstep in an action RPG in which you and your scaly companion fight as one. Inspect new Scalebound gameplay with custom dragons and a glimpse of co-op in the following video."
Why does the protagonist look like Eminem tried to join DMC and failed?
I kinda like the look it make him seem average.
that s why american companies (like MS ) must not be involved in development of Japanese games
A real unique hair style would have worked more for him. I like his alter ego though, pretty catchy.
I read somewhere that Platinum has gotten whoever did Forza Horizon 2's soundtrack for Scalebound's playlist, so I expect the game will cater to a variety of musical tastes... that said, I think the Prodigy song contrasts nicely with the action - sort of like how the 'Young Guns' films used 80's cock-rock for their soundtracks. Here's hoping the FH2 crew aren't too cool for Kenny Loggins... Danger Zooo-owoowone! I also like the idea of co-op outside of boss-fights... it'll be fun flying around with buddies, lording it over the 'innocent' citizens of Draconis.
Dubstep? Really? It's nowhere near dubstep, it's electronica/rave. Honestly yo give something some bass and faster tempo and everyone wants to lable it dubstep. That's like calling Funk, Gangster Rap.
Scalebound looks awesome, it's the game coming to Xbox that interests me the most. But as for this watered down/vague circa 2007 Dubstep, a genre that is so passe, I haven't heard it in any clubs, and I don't know anybody who actually admits to listening to it anymore. Drum n' Bass is a different story. A genre that continues to thrive underground (where I like it) after reaching mass popularity in the 90's. I guess music genres whether Passe or not, doesn't really matter that much as a Game Soundtrack. I would like more Classical/Operatic music used in games. Especially for boss fights /
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