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Insane: Guillermo del Toro's new game:
There's no trailer there.
Jonah FalconGame Trailers is having spasms from the mass of users hitting them. I'll post an alt site to view it at. It's very Se7en mixed with H. R. Giger and H.P. Lovecraft.
edited 11th Dec '10 6:45:45 PM by JAF1970
What's That Zach?http://www.gametrailers.com/video/vga-10-insane/708357 Try this one.
Jonah FalconAlternate trailer location here.
Youkai Serious...I won't judge it 'till I see some gameplay footage.
They assed first. I am only retaliating in an ass way. -The Dead Man's Life
Fuzzy Orange DoomsayerI'm tentative here. Del Toro definitely has talent, but I've heard bad things about what happens when a filmmaker tries to branch out into making games without necessarily understanding hardware limitations and such.
That's Feo . . . He's a disgusting, mysoginistic, paedophilic asshat who moonlights as a shitty writer—Something Awful
Jonah FalconDel Toro is a gamer, tho. He's aware of the limitations. And doing a survival horror title is a good idea - Resident Evil, Alone in the Dark, Silent Hill, blah blah. We need more new I Ps. Alan Wake is a good start, but Insane looks like something Clive Barker would do.
Jonah FalconOh, and it's being developed by Volition, and I enjoy their games (Saints Row, Red Faction Guerrilla)
ALMSIVII like del Toro, but the teaser was basically just a thing to tell us that del Toro is making a game. I know nothing about this game. I want to hope it's good, though.
Jonah FalconDon't hold your breath, though. They just announced the game is coming out in 2013.
ALMSIVIWell, after 2011, I can probably wait for 2013.
HIP HOP HIPSTERWell that trailer told me absolutely nothing.
Underneath the bridge
The tarp has sprung a leak
And the animals I've trapped have all become my pets
I am vexed!As mentioned above, it actually did give us an idea of Del Toro's direction. He's a massive fan of both Alien and H.P. Lovecraft, and his design philosophy looks to incorporate both. So we can take an educated, approximated guess based on those design elements and what we know of Del Toro and conclude that his approach to horror will draw on our ignorance. Much like Alien and anything Lovecraft touches did. I suspect the game will go down a sort of nihilistic, daemonic route similar to Lovecraft's ideas concerning gods and aliens; they simply don't care about us and we are incidental to their plans.
edited 12th Dec '10 2:24:52 AM by MadassAlex
Jonah FalconI hope the game has Interface Screw. If you're going to call your name "Insane", you better damn do that.
Jonah FalconDel Toro says it's a trilogy.
Mothership online...also adorableYay! At least it's not dead!
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