During The Game Awards, BioWare has unveiled our first look at the new Dragon Age trailer!
Not really sold on it with that trailer, they could have at least shown gameplay.
''This is your story'' I smell a gaas leak.
Yep gameplay or gtfo. People who hype up CGI trailers are just so stupid.
Why, if a CGI trailer looks good, it looks good so it's stupid that your calling people stupid for liking something all because you do not agree with why they like a Trailer.
Because shit games get great trailers all the time and it means nothing. How many times has a great trailer completely disappointed gamers when they finally see the real thing? How many movie trailers don't use any shots from the actual movie? Just show us what we'd actually be getting or don't show us anything.
"New Dragon Age Trailer Roars Out and It Looks Gorgeous" That implies that Dragon Age looks gorgeous. We have no idea how Dragon Age will look.
Reveal Trailers are always CGI, they are created very early in the development process.
except the game was already revealed, I believe, at E3 '19. there's absolutely no point of showing anything at this point unless you have some game play.
@Seraphim There is a difference between saying "We are working on Dragon Age" and showing a trailer of a title screen, and actually showing a reveal trailer. There was no trailer shown at E3 2019 for dragon age. https://www.polygon.com/e3/... List of E3 2019 games :- https://www.techradar.com/u...
Some people do not get that and have not grown up in the head properly that they continue to mock people who give a thumbs up to those who enjoy CGI trailers.
Exactly DaveZero, I personally think a good CGI trailer, generates more hype for the game itself. Like the last of us 2 trailer, horizon forbidden west trailer, both CGI, both looked great and would have generated new interested in the games themselves.
The issue is that these trailers are often misleading and/or don't show us shit we'll actually experience. CGI is cool, sure, but this isn't a short film, this is promo for a product they want us to buy.
It was barely a meow. No gameplay, not even in engine. How can it possibly look good? Bioware being Bioware AGAIN and they are getting another free pass when they don't deserve it.
I fear this will be some kind of gaas, mmo, co-op style game. The recent departures from Bioware don't fill me with confidence plus the impression I get from the trailer is that it doesn't look like a direct sequel to inquisition.
Does it matter if it is so long as it's good and alot of people get enjoyment from the game. I for one have always enjoyed dragon age games, even when they stopped supporting the co op one released last I carried on playing it because all it needed was content and it was a shame people didnt play it as much in the end.
@DaveZero, yes it does matter as Biowares strength has always been single player story driven rpg, this multiplayer nonsense from EA has been an utter disaster.
Dave loves him some Anthem. Proved Bioware really know what they're doing.
just saw the trailer. Noticed Varric's voice and the first thing i thought... when i saw the logo... how are they going to mess this up.
Lol I thought we'll see much more... The game is soooo not ready
I hope its not like origins
I sense a time jump....
Maybe one-day devs will learn gamers couldn't care less about seeing a CGI trailer for a game.
I can't wait for them microtransactions.
Im saving up for em /s
The CGI in the trailer looks gorgeous?
I have zero faith in Bioware.
but of course people are too smart to be excited after andromeda and anthem.......right?
Honestly, the only way I’m even gonna bother with an EA title again is if it get a glowingly positive review from Yahtzee Croshaw.
"It looks gorgeous" Beginning of video: Not actual gameplay. FAIL. LOL!
If this game and the new ME game fail to grab an audience and follows the same route as Andromeda and Anthem. I wonder what EA will do to Bioware?
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