I think I would've be mostly disappointed. I won't list my opinions in detail as we're close to the release date, but I wanna talk about the braindance because when I saw it I was caught off guard not for the good reason: It seems that braindance is dividing the public to two distinct groups, and I can get it how people can like the concept, or the impressive visual effects, etc. Glad to see that other ppl in the forum seem to understand our negative opinion, too, I really appreciate that attitude.
To be honest I've had a totally different vision of the braindance system and its use in the game and I couldn't believe it ended up in this as I think it is from the video : generic mechanics wrapped in cool designs. It's bummer since I get it that it costs big efforts in writing, coding, modeling But I can't help it, I'm sorry.
The first thing that came to mind after looking was "Am I going to play to a 3D video editor in flying spectator mode with some highlighted elements to check here and there in order to succeed?? So hopefully the situations will vary enough that we find some of these "investigations" better than others, it's my true wish. As it looks right now I don't really want to play braindance missions even those which aren't related to these missions, I mean it feels weak and disconnected in term of narrative, so I don't believe it can make us want to feel implicated in these stories.
How many of you guys look at your hands when you're in stress or anger? That's an early narration technique that has been used in full first-person-view games to try to send the feelings to the player, but to me it just feels odd and gamey.
It just doesn't work well, and for these cutscenes the third-person view could have been more appropriate. Just my opinion. Maybe further info will change my mind I hope so! Secretz Forum regular 26 Jun 26, Bottleblonde said:. Keive Forum regular 27 Jun 26, I'm curious as to what people wanted from braindance, what do you think could have made it better?
Maybe there is more to it later on and that was just a glimpse but idk. I am really impressed. Keive said:. Bloodartist Forum regular 30 Jun 26, It was everything I wanted Please, just focus on optimization and no more features. I don't want this to be an eternity project that will never be finished. I just have couple questions for the next wire or the people doing reviews Kotaku reviewer said they were only given controllers to play with. My question: how is driving with keyboard and mouse?
One reviewer said you can gain a "wanted" status if you perform crimes in at least certain places Is it a game over state or will you be released sentence skipped like in old grand theft autos? Or will you just be gunned down and respawn like in GTA5? I just dont know if I will be around to play the game when it finally comes out. It has taken too long.
Post automatically merged: Jun 26, Bloodartist said:. Vincentdante Forum veteran 32 Jun 26, I'm actually pretty excited for brain dance, yeah it's been done in Arkham Origins but it was still a fun mechanic so who cares. ReeseNE Forum regular 33 Jun 26, Rawls said:. Well the good news I think is that there will be more episodes. At least one more is confirmed, but I kinda get the feeling there may be several more episodes that focus on different gameplay elements.
At least that would make sense. Vincentdante said:. Maelcom Senior user 35 Jun 26, Mybrokenenglish Senior user 37 Jun 26, ReeseNE said:.
Not sure if you saw but it looks like we'll have 3 episodes in all with the next one coming in 'a couple weeks'. Search icon An illustration of a magnifying glass. User icon An illustration of a person's head and chest. Sign up Log in. Web icon An illustration of a computer application window Wayback Machine Texts icon An illustration of an open book.
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