Um, did he just make fun of the developers of skyrim. That's a bad thing to do their, being cocky about a game that hasn't been released yet is not very smart.
At first I thought this would be just another boring rpg but after the demo my mind was blown. The game will be AWESOME.
open world - where?? it's just like in DA but a little bigger but don't worry just follow the roads. Auto aim for bow??? Lockpiking is lame. Game looks like a combination of DA and Fable3. The character is moving his legs too much when running and the distance covered isn't that big, u can jump only in special places. Some say this is the competition for TES, I say they're full of it.Graphics aren't that good either, only dx9 ??? This one is off my list, go Risen 2...
If you want i true description of how this game is imagine this... i played the demo... put together Darksiders with Dragon Age II and you have this gamestyle... in layman's terms ITS F**K**G AWESOME!!!
they may officially be one of my favorite game devs now cause the KOA demo kicks a planet sized ass. the treadmill of loot is so addictive. And playing around with the classes lets you see just how deep the role play really is. And the open world is vast without feeling aimless. put it this way Dark Souls is very awesome. but the combat in this game makes it look mechanical. great job, you got a day 1 buy.
OMG Ive literally read EVERY book by RA Salvatore why has it taken me so long to hear about this game too hyped now. Feb 7 can't come fast enough
These two were just on Friday's episode of Weekend Confirmed (IMO the best gaming podcast). Here's the link for essentially 2 hours of this - http://www.shacknews.com/article/71980/weekend-confirmed-95-ken-rolston-kingdoms-of-amalur-reckoning
Always good to see genuine professionals who have not lost their artistic integrity and creative empathy. The best products are made with the "consumer" in mind, not the "producer". This is why so many companies the world over are failing - they care more about bottom lines and deadlines and less about customer satisfaction and lasting success. These 2 are thankfully motivated SOLELY by the latter.
as long as they don't forget the exploration, story and character development, their promotion of the combat is fine by me. also, EA saddens me.