E3 2011: Star Wars: The Old Republic - Trooper Blast Gameplay Movie

Star Wars: The Old Republic assault gameplay from the GameSpot Live stage show on the E3 2011 show floor.

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rockboygamer911
rockboygamer911

gameplay doesnt look nearly as cool as the trailers just looks like wow

Binpo
Binpo

great trailers, not so much with the gameplay. the graphics sucks

Marko_zun
Marko_zun

@CWZaft that actually might not be a bad thing-provided that swtor can improve in some areas while keeping the integrity of a TOR game

CWZaft
CWZaft

I hate calling anything a WoW clone, because that term is just thrown around at anything these days, but from this video, it's pretty obvious that SWTOR = WoW in space (with waifus). Which is too bad, because before, it had looked like they were actually interested in breaking the mold. I was really hoping combat would be more action based, like require aiming instead of "target enemy, press 1, pew pew."

dafinchi
dafinchi

@Marko_zun as far as the trooper that is in the focus, he's definitely playing much slower than necessary. I believe the footage was taken while the guy playing as the trooper was also answering questions, which may explain some of his delay.

Marko_zun
Marko_zun

i have a question...is gameplay supposed to be that slow-paced, or is it just the guys who were playing it?

CarlitosWay
CarlitosWay

I see a few bugs with it, but just minor things. Like the smuggler rubber banding infront of his shield thing. And that dead body floating in the air. Its annoying, but these are minor fixes.

CarlitosWay
CarlitosWay

I see a few bugs with it, but just minor things. Like the smuggler rubber banding infront of his shield thing. And that dead body floating in the air. Its annoying, but these are minor fixes.

Ra-Qin
Ra-Qin

Not KOTOR...Just TOR

shaedar
shaedar

Looks great - I like the fact they went in a stylized direction rather than going for dark and gritty. However, this isn't KOTOR, as noted in the title and the "related game" link. just pointing that out.