"Historically-accurate models of Jerusalem and Damascus....Leap of Faith into a bale of hay....break line of sight....Wailing Wall...." I'll always associate Jade Raymond with these soundbites circa 2007.
*Lonely Soul playing in the background*
Every now and then I go back and watch that trailer. Good shit.
It came out 3 days ago. They're 2 small teams (now). There's enough people on staff crazy enough to play an esoteric homage to Wizardry games (seems like something Vinny'd do). It'll at least be on a UPF or something.
If not, there's tons of footage on Youtube. They have to make calls on what to cover.
Not a fan of this "senseless" violence. This is the game they'd create for a Fox News bit about violent video games. Hotline Miami falls into this category, but there's some justification for the actions, as well as the somewhat parodic style it brings to the game. This is just stupid, much like Postal (as someone mentioned). This is like those Columbine games/mods; insensitive and of little substance.
I hope you realize that you're falling into the well-studied phenomenon of statistical blindness (or something equally fancy sounding) in which you believe that if you throw yourself against this Taco Bell wall long and hard enough, the odds will improve for you. You'll probably spend a PS4's worth on Taco Bell (and several PS4's worth on doctor's visits) and never get it.