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ROFLSON
ROFLSON

Another complaint: why does the protagonist ask, "Why did my enemies erase my memory? Am I really that dangerous?", and then immediately answer those questions with an explanation of how she can feel the power that scares her enemies because it can take their lives away and change them?

ROFLSON
ROFLSON

Every aspect of the premise for this game seems like a child's idea of an intelligent, action thriller; which means it is not intelligent or thrilling in the least, but filled with action no doubt.Although I should expect no less from Capcom, it still disappoints me how few game developers pursue a quality narrative. The plot of this game is so awful I have a list of complaints just from seeing this trailer! Does every city in the future have the prefix "neo" before it simply because it is the future? Why is the dialogue so poorly written and unnatural? Why does the female lead protagonist have a perfect ass and tit combination? Why does her hair always stay in place when modern graphics systems allow for simple, free hair movement? Why are the obviously game-important concepts of "memory-hunting", "pillaging", and "re-mixing" eerily reminiscent of Inception? Almost as if they just replaced people's dreams with people's memories? OH WAIT, I KNOW, BECAUSE THEY DID.

roganth
roganth

hmmm "partial nudity" = tight clothing?

And I wish they would tone down that stupid hologram on the back of the neck.

maddog123
maddog123

AHHH This game intrigues me!!! must know what the score is when this thing is reviewed. 


horizonwriter
horizonwriter

@ROFLSON It's not an immediate answer.  There's a quaver in her voice during the latter statement that's not their when she asks the question.  Something(s) has happened between those moments.  It's typical of trailers... take audio from one scene and follow it up with audio from a scene that's usually much later in the movie or game to make it seem like a running thought.