Im REALLY looking forward to this game. Several times in the past I have contemplated how amazing a game would be set in the depictions of hell seen in Gustave Doré's illustrations. When I saw the title of this game to be shown at the VGAs last night, I was was quite happy. Plus the deadspace team is working on it. Before I knew who was going to be making it, I thought about how important it was for the environment to be cohesive and immersive, like DEADSPACE.
"I like the idea of a virtual environment to meet up with friends and stuff, could be funny, but given its a virtual environment and they could have let there imagination run wild, the environment looks extremely stale, just seems like one of those hyper-commercial beach resorts which are built in 6 months and lack any real character, am I alone in this opinion?"