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Posted by skyturnedred

The cell phone abuse was horrid, had to stop watching halfway or I would've gouged my eyes out. Seriously, if the game is this linear and easy, I don't see why you need to constantly turn on the cell phone. It's not like you can get lost.

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Looks like some good solid fun, but I really dislike that auto-aiming. Makes the shooting seem boring as hell. If you can turn it off, great. 
Also, I hope you can turn off that minimap, looks silly in a western game. Same problem as with Alan Wake, let me hide the HUD please!

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I read that the new engine they made is "console-friendly" and makes it easier to port to consoles later on. They will finish PC version first, and then probably do the console version.

Posted by skyturnedred

The preview pic reminded me of Jack Skellington, so I was absolutely excited, especially by the "no idea" description. Imagine my disappointment :(

Might still be an ok game, but I have no interest in these type of games.

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@Impossibilium said:
" I liked the combat in W1. Far more interesting than the usual click, click, click, click, click, buff, click, click, click, dead, found in almost every RPG.  I just hope they have more character weapons and armor upgrades.  And W1 has an awesome story with a good twist. "
Instead of "click click click click click click" of the standard RPG, Witcher's combat was "click.....click.....click.....click....." Hardly an improvement. Luckily, everything else in Witcher was awesome.
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This reminds me so much of Death Rally, which was made by Remedy - yeah, the guys behind Max Payne and Alan Wake. Plus, it's freeware nowadays, so you can dowload it for free from Remedy's site.

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@gunslingerNZ said:
" Also maybe I'm mistaken but it looks like Michael Sheen at 1:29, there's some genuine acting chops right there. "
Sorry to disappoint you, but that's not him. I believe it was Richard Coyle, who played Jeff in Coupling (the british version).
Posted by skyturnedred

This video made this a day 1 purchase for me. Didn't even know about this game before now.

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Mad props for more old school Iced Earth.

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Might get this when the price drops. The 360 demo was ok, but even there you could see most of the problems with the game. So, better wait for a better fun/cost ratio.

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