Bless Cross-Country Trekking & Flying - A Hands-On
Missed out on G-Star 2012 and its elaborate show floor? Don't fret: we've got the whole experience on camera for your viewing pleasure! For our recap of the whole event, head here: http://l.gamespot.com/UryMfwPosted Nov 16, 2012 | 3:55 | 8,769 Views
GameSpot's Jonathan finds out from industry veterans what makes this Korean-exclusive video game trade show tick and why it's so big.Posted Nov 15, 2012 | 3:55 | 8,801 Views
Check out a trailer for BLESS which premiered at the G-Star conference.Posted Nov 8, 2012 | 3:26 | 6,106 Views
Check out Bless gameplay footage featuring the Amistad Guardian.Posted Nov 7, 2012 | 23:53 | 3,678 Views
GameSpot's Jonathan Toyad speaks with the producer of NeoWiz's upcoming MMORPG about its graphics and whether it will bring new things on the genre's table. For our recap of G-Star 2012, head here: http://l.gamespot.com/UryMfwPosted Nov 10, 2012 | 4:14 | 14,968 Views
- Nov 16, 2012
Neowiz Games' upcoming MMO seems to nail immersion and visual flair with its use of the Unreal Engine 3, but what of its gameplay? GameSpot's Jonathan finds out on his playthrough of Bless. For our recap of G-Star 2012, head here: http://l.gamespot.com/UryMfw
On a more serious note, what strikes me as odd, is the stereo typical asian intellect and why are they so satisfied with empty grinding games? Taking note of the recent florida school system test percentages based on race, asian being the highest. Why would the smartest people on the planet be content with games that are mind numbingly grind fests? I don't get it. Why are they able to work as they play? Repetitive and grinding. I say work thinking of Foxconn. Maybe I'm just being an ass and not considering the wide diferences between Korea, Japan and China.
Looking past the shiny graphics, this looks to be just another Korean grind-fest.
*click*...*1*...*2*...*3*...*4*...Wait for cooldown...*1*...etc, etc.
Flying looks fun though.
For all the glitter I hope the game delivers on the stuff that matters, that being gameplay mechanics and elements...
I don't know about the game because I was focusing more on the monitors he was using (not to mention his weird voice). But the monitors are sweeeet!
who the hell taught their lead designer that immersion comes through the prettiest of graphics and a great story line....if they put in shallow game-play and uninspired quests...that immersion will be gone...and guess what they player will be doing most of the time>>>>that's right questing....bah I want this game to work!!!!
Please stop it.. stop insulting the MMORPG genre.. lets just end with Guild Wars 2.. let it end with a very good note...ffsI am sure even the QA testers didnt want to play past level 8. Same video footage of the starting playing areas.
Darn they went with the default targeting system again... I was hoping for something similar to Skyrim where you can shoot where you want and your arrow will hit where they land etc lol
I think that's 3 samsung tvs right there @Dante-xero