The newest gameplay video from Lair, one of the most anticipated PS3 exclusive games.
The water looks amazing, but why is it so dark?
You are looking at a screen cap, kinda like when you watch a bootleg video. It will look much Sharper and Brighter in 1080P
Hey Moron. Go to gametrailers...and embed this video and another new video right here. Makes it much easier to view...and it'll get through. Ps. to Jason. How many Halo 3 Beta videos did we have to sit through?
right? I decided to do the whole contributor thing today so I'm voicing my insignificant opinion and option.
but to say how amazing the water looks. Almost photorealistic when the sun hits it just right. Plus that creature reminds me of that lake creature in SotC. Very nice!
I dunno but it looks like. be honest, look at the water this game shows the PS3 cells and RSX power
how would you know? you never played either.
had to stop watching because it gave me a headache.
damn lair might end up lame but you gotta give it up for the graphics. On a side note way too much sony news today
short campaign *6 hours* and no online. But who cares...STARCRAFT 2 WAS JUST ANNOUNCED!!!
*6 hours* ??? It's 12hours. Plus a game like this doesn't need online...online is overrated...because you don't have a story, your just running around. (or flying)
Online is overrated? I used to think the same thing until I subscribed to XBoxLive. Every game that I get now involves playing the single player campaign first and then jumping online to play with other people. All XBL enabled games have a warning on them that says "Game experience may change during online play" or something to that effect. Boy, does it ever change! Prior to having XBL, the game used to go back onto the shelf whenever I finished the single player campaign. Now, the fun just begins when I jump online. Don't knock it until you've tried it, Deep...
point is it's not going to break an amazing singleplayer game.
graphics look awesome but no online??? ew dont even try to compare it to halo 3
you bastards can go to hell with that halo bullshit
dont even compare lair with halo 3, you can compare halo 3 with ut2004, which is definitivly better in all aspects. dont know how the single player is, but the multiplayer is a clone of ut2004 with new textures, but not so good graphics.
comparing lair and halo is stupid they are not even in d same genre. 6 hrs of game play??? impossible i mean this aint gears where they compensate graphics 4 content. they got blu ray i expect nuthin less than 12hrs or else:(
alot of so called h/d videos are not really h/d. Its like recording a dvd with a camera and calling the resulting avi,mpeg a dvd. when clearly it is not. A h/d dvd can only be achieved if it comes from hd original material. Otherwise it just isnt real. IF any of you watch,lost,heroes, they are sweet hd goodness!
Great gfx, but the gameplay looks really boring to me...
It just doesn't look fun. When this comes out I'll bet money that it gets 5's for reviews. Nothing great.
not to bash this game but: 1 in the beginning its like your playing a flight-airplane arcade shooter gamer then 2 i have the feeling they ripped God of wars concept. by pressing the correct button to do some damage. 3 and sometimes it moves kinda choppy, and not talking about the frame-rate. renders are nice but if you look @ how the sea monster moves, its like a robot. And too bad they used a particle-like effect when the beast collides with the water. would be cool if the water splashes in different ways when the beast collides. but they did a good job on filters and shaders.
For those who doesn't know, when the dragon zooms up on a target, the developers revealed what you do is waggle the controller to line up the other dragon on the screen and tap X to attack it. Or, if it's a larger dragon, tapping X initiates a fighting game that they've compared to "Punch Out" but "unlike Punch-Out, we have combos". Amazing gameplay, no? No.
anyway vid look hot...........
I might rent it firts, and if i like it , then i will get it.
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