Black Sequel Coming in 2009?
FP shooters more popular than masturbation. Burnout Paradise success enabling Criterion to afford prostitutes of a high class Vegas nature. RenderWare as dope as it can be. the ego Criterion got after Black.
don't see why they wouldn't follow up. "Black 2: Bigger and Blacker" "Black Black" heh heh heh heh heh good times.
I loved the first black soooo much. I dont care if it was singleplayer only. I only play SP games anyways. I bought it for 6$! Ive played the game 5 times now. IT was pure joygasm.
The best was the 2nd last level on the bridge. I loved the crazy explosions, and the awesome guns and scenarios.Im so happy.
Jeff, you had so many opportunities to give this article an interesting name...like...Bigger and Blacker!!! lol
I really enjoyed the first Black, so I'm looking forward to this (Mythbusters confirm: PLAUSIBLE) sequel, Then sign me up. Holmes. Why has'nt anyone thought of 'White' or 'Not Black' or something? Mix it up! Also, Midget Gems are the only sweets that I enjoy the lemon flavour. Maybe Fruit gums.
"FP shooters more popular than masturbation. Burnout Paradise success enabling Criterion to afford prostitutes of a high class Vegas nature. RenderWare as dope as it can be. the ego Criterion got after Black.
don't see why they wouldn't follow up. "Black 2: Bigger and Blacker" "Black Black" heh heh heh heh heh good times."
DUDE. Fragments much??? Or am I just so exhausted I can no longer function lingualy??
I never played the original, but it looked decent. Explosions definitely have potential this generation what with crazy physics and stuff. I think it would be cool to have a game where the explosions just HAPPEN, not that you have to set your mind on shooting the barrels. Kinda like FarCry 2 with the grass catching on fire, then a minute later you hear the ammo pile going off, a few of its bullets hitting a propane tank which wits a while and asplodes massively. ANd with a decent number of enemies of course.
I'd take this, but I'd be happier if Criterion uses the Burnout Paradise engine to make a new Road Rash game. I mean, it has motorcycles, all it needs is the ability to beat the crap out of the other riders and an all-Soundgarden soundtrack.
BTW, I heard Peter Frampton do an okay cover of Black Hole Sun, and yes, he uses the talkbox...
Bigger, Badder, Blacker! Now with fully destructible weapons that blow up in your hands! But don't fret! This time you're the bullet! And, yes, fully destructible ballistics accurately mapped to the actual munitions! You thought Burnout: Paradise was fast? Wait 'till you break the sound barrier as a fifty caliber shell before piercing two mortar walls, a hapless chump, and an oil barrel to ignite into oblivion! The next gen sequel to Black: Blackened!
Black was an ok game. I never finished it due to the game glitching everytime I crossed the bridge in mission 4. I just kinda got tired of it. I never really felt a need to finish either. I can see the potential of a sequel though. Sounds like a blast...a...bomb blast...Anyway *waiting for my ears to stop ringing from the shattering glass* Let's see what you can do Critereon....OH!!! You know what would be cool! Burnout Black! Think about that one.
I bought into the hype of the original game. I expected something akin to what we got from the recent Battlefield: Bad Company. After five minutes you quickly learn that you've already seen everything the game has to offer. Despite how uninteresting that sounds the game still managed to be worth a playthrough just because you wanted to experience the sights and sounds of those wonderful explosions. I hope they turn the sequel into something more than the first game's very, very simple gameplay.
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