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#1 Jun 07 2013 at 12:37 AM Rating: Good
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Dying Light: Another Zombie game, but this ones extreme with parkor. I liked the song and the trailer was interesting but I think its going to be FPS ish. 3/5

Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z : Looks like it could be a good specticle fighter, I never had the pleasure of playing the ninja gaiden games on the newer consoles. I like the idea of being hard. Idk. Trailer was pretty good, the rap was meh but overall i got a feel of what i think the game would play like.

Shadow of the Eternal: I never had a chance to play Eternal Darkness but the premise sounds awesome. Looking forward to this, hopefully it comes with Eternal Darkness PC version. THis video is a walk through and I will say the game looks decent. Videos Boring though.

Saints Row 4 E3 "Masterpiece" trailer Smiley: laughSmiley: laughSmiley: laughSmiley: laugh


Will update as I see more. A lil tired atm though.




Edited, Jun 7th 2013 3:34pm by BeanX
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#2 Jun 07 2013 at 8:11 AM Rating: Good
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Seven million years later and at least one ruined game due to shuffling personnel and Eternal Darkness's sequel finally has a trailer, huh.

Edited, Jun 7th 2013 10:11am by lolgaxe
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#3 Jun 07 2013 at 8:27 AM Rating: Excellent
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BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
Dying Light: Another Zombie game, but this ones extreme with parkor.

If it has zombies doing extreme parkor, I'm sold.
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#4 Jun 07 2013 at 12:37 PM Rating: Good
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Jophiel wrote:
BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
Dying Light: Another Zombie game, but this ones extreme with parkor.

If it has zombies doing extreme parkor, I'm sold.


Unfortunately, no
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#5 Jun 07 2013 at 2:34 PM Rating: Good
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Saints Row 4 E3 "Masterpiece" trailer Smiley: laughSmiley: laughSmiley: laughSmiley: laugh
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#6 Jun 09 2013 at 9:15 AM Rating: Decent
Really excited to see a possible Eternal darkness equal. That scene they showed is chapter 2 from the original game if I recall correctly. Or at least it's the same infamous church.

That game was the game that sold me on survival horror. Although the trailer left me worried that they are ******* off to graphics and huge sweeping scenes then to the horror. That scene was horryfying to the character in the game but most people would go "Awesome!" Not "Oh **** oh **** oh **** oh ****" to what just happen towards the end there.

One of the things that set Eternal Darkness apart was that, that game ****** with the players head. Not just the character in the games head, but the player.

Everything such as: Graphical glitches, blue screen of death, HAHAHAHA you actually got a demo version of the game, Oops looks like you actually just deleted your game instead of saving it. Oh look there's a fly on your screen. Oops your character just exploded becuase you suck start again. The main character was being sexually molested by her uncle and his ghost is back for more*wink wink* The character your currently controlling head just fell off. Look you can pick it up. Its zooming at you like any other item of the game... Now it's quoting Hamlet.. What the ****. Then suddenly everything ok. That's what I loved about the game(on top of it's really well told story) and I hope they don't get caught up in. OMG LOOK HOW MUCH BETTER WE CAN DO THE GRAPHICS for that.
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#7 Jun 09 2013 at 9:36 AM Rating: Excellent
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Everything such as: Graphical glitches, blue screen of death, HAHAHAHA you actually got a demo version of the game, Oops looks like you actually just deleted your game instead of saving it. Oh look there's a fly on your screen. Oops your character just exploded becuase you suck start again. The main character was being sexually molested by her uncle and his ghost is back for more*wink wink* The character your currently controlling head just fell off. Look you can pick it up. Its zooming at you like any other item of the game... Now it's quoting Hamlet.. What the @#%^.

That sounds more tedious than fun to me. It's not as though I'm going to think "Oh no, blue screen! My computer must be haunted!", I'm just going to think my computer crashed and be annoyed. Why would that be fun or something I'd want to pay for?

The other stuff isn't as meta-game and just sounds like crazy random crap but nothing that would head-***** me, the player, personally.
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#8 Jun 09 2013 at 2:49 PM Rating: Decent
Jophiel wrote:
Laxedrane the Irrelevant wrote:
Everything such as: Graphical glitches, blue screen of death, HAHAHAHA you actually got a demo version of the game, Oops looks like you actually just deleted your game instead of saving it. Oh look there's a fly on your screen. Oops your character just exploded becuase you suck start again. The main character was being sexually molested by her uncle and his ghost is back for more*wink wink* The character your currently controlling head just fell off. Look you can pick it up. Its zooming at you like any other item of the game... Now it's quoting Hamlet.. What the @#%^.

That sounds more tedious than fun to me. It's not as though I'm going to think "Oh no, blue screen! My computer must be haunted!", I'm just going to think my computer crashed and be annoyed. Why would that be fun or something I'd want to pay for?

The other stuff isn't as meta-game and just sounds like crazy random crap but nothing that would head-***** me, the player, personally.

It was timing. It wasn't all the game did either like you see a blue screen of death for maybe 5 seconds before it flash back to normal. Just enough for it to register OH **** BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH FU- oh wait. **** you game. That coupled with standard scares(Whispers, tricks of light, atmosphere.) It's all about that one moment where you think it's real. If the game did it constantly, or to long.(Talking about preventable 5 second flashes for most in an easily 15-20 hour game) It be annoying. But it's usually well timed and they do it just for a moment so you have that split second "Fear" and then say just kidding. I imagine some people would find that annoying. To me it enhanced a mood already set by the game. Making you question every step and every room you walked into.

If it takes you in, it's a trip. If you stay apathetic or just don't feel it. It probably be annoying. It's one of those things you have to *experience* to know weather or not it ruin your fun or enhance it. It has all the other stuff you expect from a horror game on top of it. What I describe however what made it stand out aside from it's well told story. It took a risk doing things that way. I think it paid off. I even go so far to say it's worth owning a gamecube or wii to play.(If you can find it) However I can see how that annoying for people.

Although friends that played and didn't particularly care for the game said they had moments where the game "Got them." With those antics and had genuine moments of what the ****. For what it's worth, I say it was well executed.

But really, if you think a faked glitch to make you fear something gone wrong on your end annoying verse a shadow just being a shadow. Why are you playing horror in the first place?
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#9 Jun 09 2013 at 2:55 PM Rating: Good
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Nintendo owns the rights to Eternal Darkness, so a PC port will never happen as long as the company stays in business.
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#10 Jun 09 2013 at 3:07 PM Rating: Good
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Any idea who does the voice on the Ninja Gaiden video? Sounds familiar and is bugging me.
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#11 Jun 09 2013 at 3:11 PM Rating: Good
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I cant tell and IMDB doesnt say. I guess possibly Duke Nukem or Nolan North, He does everything

Interesting the game is a Colab between 3 studios. Including Keiji Inafune who made Megaman

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#12 Jun 09 2013 at 3:44 PM Rating: Decent
Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
Nintendo owns the rights to Eternal Darkness, so a PC port will never happen as long as the company stays in business.



How does one keep track of that? I am curious.

If so, eternal darkness definitely needs a representation in smash>.> Game sorely needs more women anyways.
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Laxedrane the Irrelevant wrote:
Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
Nintendo owns the rights to Eternal Darkness, so a PC port will never happen as long as the company stays in business.



How does one keep track of that? I am curious.

If so, eternal darkness definitely needs a representation in smash>.> Game sorely needs more women anyways.


http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2013/03/17/nintendo-extends-eternal-darkness-trademark.aspx
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