Remember Me new trailer
09.01.2013 @ 08:53 #1
this looks it's turning up well and i'm excited as there are not much games with a good (or hardly there are!) female protagonist.
09.01.2013 @ 10:46 #2
Did you realize its impossible to do anything in these other then look pretty?
I understand they want to make her look cool. But at least make proper combat. She weights 50-60kg with no muscle tone and moves like shes from another world. Those kicks go through enemies bodies? And I though batman's enemy AI was bad..
She beats a guy 3x her weight? ..Only in video game
this looks more realistic then this game.
09.01.2013 @ 13:45 #3
My first impression was very poor attempt at DX:HR. Mirror's edge also
comes to mind, but in a bad way.
Ja sam ono što ti se sprema
Ja sam sudbina koja se ruga
Ja sam podli đavolji sluga
Ja sam istina koja je glupost
Ja sam budućnost
Da li ti se sviđam?
09.01.2013 @ 15:45 #4
I've been interested in this game since they released a trailer at Gamescom. Thanks for posting this new one.
It's a tech fantasy in which people have implants to augment their physical and mental performance, so I can't really share Saoe's cynicism. (Geralt vs. Letho, hmmm...) And even IRL it's not all about weight and raw power--though those are nothing to sneeze at, certainly. I think the voice acting sounds pretty good, and I'm also reminded of Mirror's Edge but in a good way. Deus Ex always seemed like a cool idea, but those games never quite grabbed me, whereas I think this one might. The female protagonist helps, I'll be honest. I get tired of women rarely ever getting the chance to be the hyper-competent player character.
In short: I like the look of the game, I like what the devs have said in interviews, and I'm planning on getting this when it releases. I don't think it will be perfect, but I don't mind taking a chance on what looks like a ballsy project.
09.01.2013 @ 19:16 #5
I liked the music, but the best was the enviroments. And the voice acting, yeah it didnt sound good at all, but as long as they dont try to make the mood too serious it wont be a problem.
Im interested in this game
10.01.2013 @ 02:59 #7
10.01.2013 @ 17:49 #8
Wouldn't a hybrid of three or more rather different games be its own rather different game?
Capcom doesn't have a great record with pc releases, but dontnod is a French developer and, one hopes at least, more comfortable with pc programming than most Japanese devs. Part of their problem with Western games--which could happen with this one, too--is that they tend to back ambitious but somehow undercooked projects. I'd still prefer that to Assassin's Creed or Arkham.
10.01.2013 @ 21:22 #9