Yeah, you'll find aggro plays a major role in most of the game. Enemies are tough, and generally speaking, you'll want to take on each one one at a time. Lure one out, take 'em out, repeat the process.
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"... What else am I selling? All kinds of shit. But I don't have to sell this and you know it, 'cause this kind of shit here sells itself...."
I'm sold! But I won't be there. Post some vids, and we'll watch dat shit while eating sammiches from the comfort of home, baby.
Looks like I'll finally be moving into the new generation of consoles, Wii not withstanding.
Very cool. If he can tweak it to work with the Wii Remote so quickly, then there's little reason why EA can't get this game to work on par with RE4 (Wii Edition).
Visuals? Meh...they can make it work. Half-Life 2 still holds up, in my opinion, and if they can get it up to a level that's something along those lines, I'll be greatly pleased.
Very much looking forward to the final product (from EA).
Wow, talk about jumping to conclusions. Hmm...news based on hearsay from an unnamed source. Yeah, sounds reliable to me. Run the story!
Man, I haven't yet been able to afford to "pony up" for this generation of consoles. We have a Wii (and I own a couple of DSes), but that's it so far. I also review games for a living, but unlike you big boys, I make peanuts and can't afford all the latest toys. That said, I might just be able to catch up this spring if the two next-gen makers opt for another price cut.
This news from Microsoft is good news to me. If I do purchase a new-gen console, I'm gonna need it to have legs that last a while. Besides, I hate feeling like I'm always playing catch-up, even if money wasn't an issue (which it usually always is).