I really look forward to this game,most of the recent RPG games are a little boring. In the boring RPG period, I hope someone can make an exciting game blow them off
Hmm.. it doesn't appear any different than before the delay. I really hope Obsidian, the last RPG developer I still have some faith in, won't let me down..
This game better come out this year. I know they are fixing it and making it awesome, but you can't keep me waiting forever.
can't wait to interrupt guys being clever by slamming their heads against the bar table. it's gonna be awesome.
I hope this doesn't become another FFXIII not a bad game but a really dissapointing game for such a long waiting time.
$10 says it gets delayed again. & the graphics and games ideas are nothing special its been seen before in 2008 and 2009. Seen before. If it came out 2 years ago like it was planned to maybe it would bring in some new stuff. It'll be a rent for sure though :)
does his mother go with him on missions? This does not impress me with all the time they had developing the dam game!
This game worries me a bit because of the year delay at the last second thing, but I hope it's good. I really do.
Looking forward to this! Dig the Daria chick they interviewed. She so pissed to be working on such a "boy toy", so to speak.
I can't wait to see how this turns out. Though, I was disappointed about the former release date. I hate when people do that. Especially when it's going to take another year just to complete it.
Should've had the guy from Archer voice the main character, looks like he's already got the tactical turtleneck... tactalneck.
@SithChampion Yeah I just don't understand these people that preorder a game based on previews. Seriously Brothers in Arms promised to be the best war game ever made, and in the end it was just an average tactical shooter. Two Worlds sounded amazing in previews, and I don't even want to think about all of the flaws in that game. Having fallen for hype quite a few times myself, I doubt I'd even buy the next Bethesda/Elder Scrolls game without waiting for reviews.
...does anyone else think that the main character sounds just like "commander Shepherd" from Mass Effect???...
I still don't know. Seems good, I still want it but... I'm not going to reserve this so as not to commit myself to getting it the day it comes out. I'll wait for reviews and go from there.
Fryda Wolff...! HUBBA HUBBA!!! ... anyway ( sorry)... Yes, I do actually like the look of the contextual dialogue options. A few of us have been waiting for this game for a while now. By the looks of things so far, I do believe it may still have been worth it. Still very much looking forward to this.
Hope the delays were worth it. I want to like this game very much, but I'm still a bit skeptical. I canceled my pre-order last year when they pushed the game wayyyyy back (like 8 months.) Think I'll wait to see what the reviews say before committing to this one again.
Hopefully it will be what Heavy Rain should have been, with your actions actually effecting the outcomes as the game goes on not just until the end of a scene.
Obsidian has made some good rpgs, this one looks like it could be good too. With all the delays they've had plenty of time to get it right.
i'm really excited for this game. i love seeing RPGs move into new genres. however, the main character looks like a douchebag. i really hope the character customization is pretty deep. otherwise, this should be a really cool game.
Having dialog effect your outcome in the game isnt all that spectacular but im still interested. Its a spy rpg...
This seems very promising and looks a bit similar to heavy rain..only in here you only play with one character..I'd say bring it on!
Im really interested to see how this one turns out. Looks like a cross between Splinter Cell and Mass Effect
Timed dialog. This could be fun, though it does take away those get-up-and-make-coffee-while-you-mull-BioWare's-damned if you do-damned if you don't-decisions. For better or worse, though I'm leaning towards better. I read an Avellone interview where he said testers were getting just as much adrenaline from conversations as gunfights. Sounds promising.