Dying Light Gameplay Trailer

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#1 Posted by JayEH (585 posts) -

Look good so far. A nice mix of Mirror's Edge and Dead Island. Graphically it's impressive too.

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#2 Edited by MariachiMacabre (7097 posts) -

Yeah, that looks pretty damn cool, actually.

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#3 Posted by TheHT (14311 posts) -

That looks really, really good. Night gameplay looks fucking intense.

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#4 Posted by jimmyfenix (3941 posts) -

Yup looking good.

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#5 Posted by MezZa (2677 posts) -

That was way better looking than I had expected.

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#6 Edited by falserelic (5770 posts) -

It's like Mirror's Edge meets Dead Island.

Looks smooth, Looks clean...

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#7 Edited by ADAMWD (716 posts) -

Cool looking I guess, but I got tired of the combat in Dead Island before finishing it, and the free running style is only a fraction of the reason why I love Mirrors Edge.

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#8 Posted by Darji (5412 posts) -

Damn this looks great. Can not wait until I play it with a friend. But I also hope this is the final Interface you will see^^

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#9 Posted by Beaker (98 posts) -

Looking good!

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#10 Edited by The_Laughing_Man (13807 posts) -

That night stuff kinda looks creepy.

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#11 Posted by SparkleMotion (125 posts) -

I feel like this could have easily been "Dead Island 2", but that the developer is trying to stay away from the negativity around those first two games.

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#12 Posted by Colourful_Hippie (5710 posts) -

Now I see why Jeff was excited about this game.

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#13 Edited by CaLe (4755 posts) -

I like the fluid motion of how both the zombie parkour traversal and the flora/fauna work in tandem with the customize-ably-offensive by day stealth by night interlocking systems of gameplay mechanics to form a cohesive package in what is sure to be next year's zombie game to look out for. Thank you.

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#14 Posted by Seppli (11232 posts) -

I am so glad that I am into videogames. Imagine the dystopian hellscape people live in who aren't. Jeez. Must be like living Dying Light in real life.

It's good to be a videogames enthusiast, and it seems it only gets better.

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#15 Posted by FriendlyPhoenix (648 posts) -

Jeff's excitement makes complete sense now. That looks fucking rad.

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#16 Posted by sparky_buzzsaw (7965 posts) -

That game looks awesome, but I'm worried about the night stuff being pretty unplayable for me with my vision. Man oh man, though, I did love me some Dead Island and this looks like the proper spiritual sequel to that game.

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#17 Posted by JunkHype (385 posts) -

That looks cool.

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#18 Edited by Garfield518 (424 posts) -

Is this developed by Good Techland or Bad Techland?

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#19 Edited by Garfield518 (424 posts) -

Is this developed by Good Techland or Bad Techland?

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#20 Edited by themangalist (1869 posts) -

This is pretty amazing but the developer "commentary" could not have been more generic sales pitch for open world game.

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#21 Posted by AlexGlass (704 posts) -

Just now got around to seeing this. Awesome trailer. Hype +1.

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#22 Posted by Missacre (568 posts) -

Eh, it looks OK, but I think I've had enough of zombie-themed games for a couple of generations. I feel like it would've been a lot better if it wasn't about zombies.

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