only thing i want is for it to be on PS5 :-(
I just want it to not be on playstation and be third person.
It will probably be released on Xbox One too. Didn't Microsoft say that they will support it for a long time?I really don't want it to be on Playstation. Playstation has more than enough exclusives. I want it to be a game that takes full advantage of XsX's capabilities and to be something that finally makes me consider getting a XsX. That is of course if it ends up being a game that actually interests me because right now we basically know nothing.
This being open world would be a buzzkill for me. It doesn't have to be as linear and confined as say Uncharted, but I think it would work much better treading much closer to that end of the spectrum.Open world, systemic game design, player choice, advanced AI.
I'm sure they will try for Ford, but i'm not sure i want a mumbling sleepwalking Ford voicing this to be honest.Harrison Ford needs to voice him. That might not happen but it would make this more interesting. Troy Baker tweeted about this so he will be Indy most likely.
I don't think Harrison Ford is in shape to mocap. Maybe they can make him do something similar to L. A. Noire.It needs to feel authentic and true to the IP with voice acting and mocap done by Harrison Ford.
More emphasis on the archelogy/exploration/adventure aspects of the IP than on combat with potential for combat free gameplay. Definitely not like the murderous rampages found in Tomb Raider and Uncharted.
Starbreeze developed 3rd person games, their first games were 3rd person.It is machinegames. It will be 1st person. Machinegames/starbreeze has never developed a game with 3rd person.
I think he's in good enough shape -I don't think Harrison Ford is in shape to mocap. Maybe they can make him do something similar to L. A. Noire.
With Bethesda you gotta be really specific, at least with that word.Ohhhhhhhh be careful what you wish for.
I think he's in good enough shape -
That was 3 months ago, and he starts filming the new Inidiana Jones soon.
Whether you want his moody mumbling self sleepwalking through the game, at least voice wise, well thats another thing lol.
This game will have a tough row to hoe. It's already hamstrung by the decades of games it inspired. Anything it tries to do that's traditional for the genre will be seen as cliche and stale. It almost has to do something completely new and risk alienating fans. It has to be ultra-cinematic with a great story if it's going the traditional 3rd person adventure route. It will need to copy TLOU II and hide derivative gameplay behind awesome production values and a compelling story.
I hope they work really hard on recreating the look of the first 3 movies, that gorgeous Douglas Slocombe cinematography.
And I hope the levels feel like we're getting to explore the great sets of the movies.
I also hope it's set in the 1930s time period of the first 3 movies and not post WW2.
9/10 is "ok"?
Oh, you're going by Metacritic .if JFO is a 9/10 ...every other game released prior and after JFO should get an extra +20% to their meta critic score. The level design is weird, unfit to star wars ...
"slippery slopes, half pipes, annoying protagonist, forgettable story, wall running, enemies in between wall runs, jumps, slopes or even while going down a wet slope ..." etc.
not a $60 title.