- Nov 1, 2017
Looks like he's just doing random poses in Iceland
You are far from an idiot, don't be hard on yourself :)
Thank you for being kindYou are far from an idiot, don't be hard on yourself :)
The release date trailer is a hype machine in and of itself. If youhave time, watch all the trailers but in the reverse release order , there's a theory that they were released inversed chronologicaly, so release date trailer is from the begining of the game and reveal trailer is much further in the story.
People is pretty vague ^^
I think the gameplay will surprise a lot of people.
I think it will be divisive. There will be people disappointed it's not an MGS game or a shootbang game. There will be people who mock it for not revolutionizing the entire medium of video games (which is a fake expectation made up by trolls, but you can still expect to see a bunch of those posts). I think the people who simply enjoy it on its own terms will find it to be an unique, affecting, and invigorating game.
The only Kojima games I've ever liked were MGS 3 and 5, and this is one of my most anticipated games in years, right up there with Last of Us 2, Disco Elysium, and others. Everything we've seen has demonstrated this being one of the most interesting and exciting gameplay-driven AAA titles in a long time. Making traversal as mechanically-driven as combat and other systems that games tend to focus on is so exciting to me. That, along with the surreal cosmic horror apocalypse.
My opinion is based on the lacked on real solid gameplay footage. I'm not really concerned about these photos. It's fine for people to be excited. I'm just not one of them. Not yet anywayAll these posts are from a thread about the still images Kojima posts on his twitter that from the beginning have always been Sam doing nothing, alone in the screenshot in the wild. If not concern trolling , it's still a bit suspicious that all these posts base their "nothing to do in this barren game" opinion on these screenshots that voluntarily show nothing, and when you mention the gameplay that has already been shown and or explained, nobody answers anymore. But anyway, everyone is entitled to their opinion so :)
It s true that the gameplay elements at the moments are more explained than showed. It s perfectly understandable to be worried because of this, personnaly I think it is so for a reason :)
TTP is so good to control that it actually made me unable to finish Horizon Zero Dawn (which didn't control great, but going from perfect controls at 60fps to average/sub par controls at 30 just made me unable to get back into Zero Dawn).
They already said it was a huge open world game. Probably 20 hours minimum.
There's almost certainly some reviewers and players that have already made up their minds about how pretentious and boring it will be but they'll be in the minority if it turns out great.I think it will be divisive. There will be people disappointed it's not an MGS game or a shootbang game. There will be people who mock it for not revolutionizing the entire medium of video games (which is a fake expectation made up by trolls, but you can still expect to see a bunch of those posts). I think the people who simply enjoy it on its own terms will find it to be an unique, affecting, and invigorating game.
In a few days we're getting footage
I'm optimistic as well. Terrible story aside, I enjoyed MGSV's gameplay. I just hope this game doesn't consist of hiding from every enemy that isn't a person. If we don't get to fight that big ink monster I'm gonna salty
In the JP version of the release date trailer Sam fights the big monster with tentacles we see in the other trailer (2nd i think) with the body recovery team