Yowza! This sucks. Don't be surprised though if Nintendo once again defies odds and pulls this out of the fire.
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I get the same feeling. Seems like it could pull a Watch Dogs or even Drive Club. Remember how little notice there was about those delays??? I haven't seen nearly enough of that game considering how close we are.
Thank you!! I said this a few weeks ago!
Now, that being said. Many have told me how this kind of style is cost effective. And games like Nidhogg is pretty cool despite how ugly I think it looks. At least these retro style games are doing different things in terms of gameplay as opposed to military shooters. (Titanfall is an exception. Super excited for that)
But still, the pixel look is boring and overused. It may be cheaper to do but it's still over done. Makes all the games that have it seems like a lot of us lump em all together.
Hmmmmm. I could get behind this. But like everything else Halo movie related, I'll just chalk it up to pure rumour for now. It actually makes me happy that Microsoft is such a hard ass about this movie. Do it when it's done right. Cause video game movies have rarely been good. Any one actually excited for Need for Speed?
Hmmm. Though I'm sad that both of those have ended, it's better when these features just happen. Spontaneously. That being said, bring on more dark souls!!
Looks beautiful as Halo's art always has. Already have it as my wallpaper. I'm excited about having Tim Longo. Sounds like he has some good time spent in the industry.
Kind of unrelated, but Microsoft Studios recently welcomed back Joe Staten. He left Bungie late last year. Was with them since 98. Makes me curious though why he left Bungie even before Destiny shipped. Anyway, he's back with Microsoft Studios. Not 343. So perhaps nothing to do with Halo.
Yes. I think it's very important. Look at Assassins Creed. Many swore it off after III and said no thank you to Black Flag. Myself included. Whether it was good or not. It did turn out to be one of the years biggest surprises. But many people, me as well, just didn't want to put with that same Assassins gameplay. New and exciting pirate mechanics or not. Is it ignorant for people to not even give a game a chance because of the series reputation? Yes. But in many ways it can be valid. All depends on the franchise. Time normally heals all. Or a reboot.
By the way, I loved Tomb Raider. But perhaps it's because I've never played a previous game so I had nothing to compare it too. Just knew that it was a fun and well made game :)