After looking at these new shots it actually looks better then I first thought. Still, it feels like Sony's selling me a kitchen sink, fridge, toaster, and dishwasher when all I want to do is make some toast.
" Looks like somebody saw Valve doing their Team Fortress 2 weapon testing beta, did a collective palm to the head, and wondered aloud why it was not they themselves who had dreamed up this idea. "
World of Warcraft. "
Looks like somebody made an uneducated guess, did a palm to the head, and wondered aloud why he makes assumptions about genres he doesn't follow.
But yeah, that totally makes sense now. Maybe I had only heard about it now since my TF2 friends made a big deal of it and then this one pops up. You'd think companies would do this more often so it wouldn't seem so unique.
I still have a few things to see first. The jumping back and forth on the keyboard seems find on slow songs, but what of fast ones? What will pro-keyboard look like? I'm still totally excited even without those answers yet, so this is a good sign.
It's annoying if you've got a 5v5 game going because your army just feels so small. I actually kind of liked it in online games when one player on your team drops and and your unit cap goes up. Smaller games like 3v3 doesn't seem to be too bad. The problem can be if you loose all your units it'll take a while to get them all back in large capped matches.