From what little they show in that video it looks to be at least solid, and potentially excellent (depending on enemy and level design, which are hard to judge from so little footage). The combat system seems good -- among systems that go for an even mix of shooting and close combat, I wouldn't be surprised if this turns out to be better than any before it -- and the graphics look perfectly all right. Good animations and the environments seem acceptable (the church at 1:51 even looks genuinely cool). Definitely looking forward to this.
Good for them. Apparently "justice" means that someone should be forced to offer his tables and sell his wares to people he doesn't like. He doesn't decide what the "primary purpose" of his restaurant is, but must use it in accordance with the purpose others think it should have.
@spraynardtatum: Concerns of what? That the police force in an action video game might not be a good representation of what real-world police should be like? But that's a good thing. Why would I play a game about being a real-life cop? I don't want play a game about eating donuts and making kids pour out their beer. I want to blow up buildings and shoot dudes in the head. If anything the cops in the game should be more powerful and ruthless than they currently are. I want to be a cop with a tank and a jetpack and napalm. I want to be a cop with an exoskeleton that gives me the power to rip the criminals' limbs off. I want to be a cop who crack one-liners like "you have the right to remain dead" as he smashes skulls in or strangles people to death with his bare hands.
All shooters should be cancelled because somewhere in the world people got shot yesterday (and today, and more people will probably get shot tomorrow, and the day after that too!) and it would be tone deaf to put out a video game promoting gun violence. And because I am offended and others might be offended and we can't have people being offended now can we?
The same obviously goes for games about stabbing or punching. Did you know my friend got punched in the face and broke his jaw? He had to undergo surgery and couldn't eat solid food for weeks. And now developers think it's okay to put out games promoting punching people in the face? Yeah, I don't think so, pal. Also I'm allergic to cats, so from now on there will be no more cats in games. That includes big cats like tigers and leopards and such. Yes, I'm looking at you, Far Cry 4. Ubisoft might as well cease development of the next Far Cry because I'm sorry but this shit just doesn't fly any more.
I loved it. Intense drama and large-scale action with serious and tragic consequences to match. Cheesy and overdone at times, but for the most part it was an exciting and thrilling spectacle. The big problem (well, one of the big problems) with the other Hobbit movies was that they were going for the same epic tone as in the Lord of the Rings trilogy but didn't really have the material to support it, but that isn't an issue here.