Damn. That was awesome!No thanks. $60 for one of the slowest and least moddable single-player games I've ever seen which is supposed to be part of a fast-paced highly moddable franchise really doesn't sound appealing. But the real gem is the $120 Collectors Edition on offer consisting of the $60 version + a tacky $5 PVC toy + a $1 cardboard box... The rest is just the usual "don't make an informed decision by waiting for reviews. Instead get into the habit of supporting poor industry practises by making uninformed decisions in exchange for a couple of tacky
bribespre-order bonuses..." :sneaky:
Let's be honest, if it didn't have the "Doom" or "Id" labels stuck on to make it seem "iconic" for riding off the back of a 23 year old Golden Age franchise with completely different gameplay, and if it were made by an Indie studio but looked & played the same with its "slow generic designed-for-controller FPS with UAC & hell textures + Brutal-Doom inspired finishing moves as its sole gimmick" identity, it sure as hell (excuse the pun) wouldn't be selling for a comical $60-$120...
I wouldn't say Hard Reset was "forgotten". It was a fantastic game but certainly didn't create a major enduring franchise like Doom.I'm going to reserve judgement, but I don't have high hopes. I can see what you mean, BSim500, Hard Reset comes to mind. It was faster paced though. Indie doom-like game that was forgotten two days after release.
B-b-b-b-b-but no mods man! I can't make my own custom doo-dads and put them in the gamez!!The game looks good to me. You are the sole marine in space now go kill them all. Die demons. Bithces.
I noticed that the trailer mostly demonstrate the "finishers" moves.The trailer for this game is a little too sedate for my tastes.