E3 2010 Editor Check in: Giancarlo Varanini, Kevin VanOrd, Brian Ekberg
Our final editor check in for Day 2 of E3 2010 with Giancarlo, Kevin and Brian.
I too would have preffered to see game play, there are many games out there with very impressive trailers but when it comes down to playing the games it is far less than what you'd hope for.
KVO knows his stuff. So I trust his opinion that Deus Ex: HR is gonna be good. But damn I wish for some gameplay footage. Or at least some scrrenshots...
When i remember the first deus ex - it would be really great to see the 3rd one with PS MOVE controlls, everything would make more fun, aim, throw, use a lockpick?! i wouln't like play it with a normal controller so there is only the PC Version left, but i would prefer a move version adn i guess it would be the bst version from all.
Why are they voting me down...lol? I just want to be able to play Zelda and all i have is a PS3. Thanks for the support @Nakor!
Damn Drug, I guess you just don't want Human Revolution to be good. From the demo report they gave, it sounds like it's gonna be great. If it is, I will be very pleased. Sadly, we'll have to wait until next year to find out.
sony screwed us on last guardian info. the only other game besides zelda that i was DYING to see. sucks!
"I think they get it, I think they really get what DE should be." But YOU don't get it. You didn't even get how such a turd Dragon Age were compared to BG/NWN, even reviewing it as if it were better than those games. Stick to Mario/Zelda game, moron. Or just go away, damn. I think I'll build myself a punching bag with this looser's face on.
Lol why are you people voting down @ExilesRejoice ? I would prefer to play Zelda on PS3 or 360. Graphics aren't everything, but it is nice when a game looks great. Nothing wrong with wishing for something that isn't available.
what the hell happened to The Last Guardian ? i was really hoping they would finally unveil some gameplay and show what its really all about.
@JS0123456789 -- That's not uncommon when a game is in pre-alpha state. When a game isn't looking polished, general audiences tend to crucify games, especially when they are games the public is looking forward to. By limiting what they show to the press, developers can control what audiences see, and when. The first time Bioshock was shown was a similar circumstance, and that game turned out pretty ok ;)