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A cross between Monster Hunter and Lost Planet.
I don't really see how that is cross between Monster Hunter and Lost Planet o-o I mean, Lost Planet does have "monsters" but we don't call it "Monster Hunter with alien bugs and futuristic weapons!" And I haven't payed Lost Planet except the demo, so I can't tell if its "Lost Planet but fantasy" or just "Fantasy action game".
Capcom is calling it a cross between Monster Hunter and Lost Planet. Combat like Lost Planet, gameplay like Monster Hunter.
Ah, I see ._. Though, I'm pretty sure that Monster Hunter doesn't have gameplay like that, but I've only played Tri, so.... I mean, gameplay in Monster Hunter seems to be grinding materials for equipment, this one seems to have plot o-o
edited 12th Apr '11 8:51:51 AM by SpookyMask
Well, this is certainly a disappoinment.
You do level yourself and your 3 AI party members up (or play co-op).
I'm excited. Chances are by the time this comes out I should have time to play it, depending on if I'm still in AIT or not.
Yeah, it looks pretty good...
I'll probably buy it, and I'll probably enjoy it, too, even if it is just an open world Demon's Souls.
From Software already has that covered.
All right, I'm actually really looking forward to this now. Maybe Xenoblade's got me in a JRPG mood.
I've been watching this game since it was first announced, and I have to say I'm impressed with where its going. I really hope this game is at least half as fun as it looks.
Considering its Capcom, I have a feeling there might be something in the near future for this game.
(Cough cough, on disc DLC, cough cough)
Still, I find it interesting.
edited 7th Apr '12 2:25:45 PM by Demongodofchaos2
I'm loving the idea of a slightly easier Dark Souls modeled after Elder Scrolls with Monster Hunter stuff.
Looks interesting. Might look out for this one. Getting all sorts of Monster Hunter vibes. Now, I'm not a big fan of Monster Hunter, but I do like what I see here.
I'm loving the idea of playing as a levitating, fire-slinging mage protected by a mindless wall of meat with a mace the size of a watermelon. I'm loving the idea of running across giant, visually stunning creatures of death. I'm loving the idea of running across small, visually stunning creatures of slightly less death. I'm loving the night and day difference between day and night. I'm loving the aesthetic. I'm loving the pawn system. I'm loving that they're called pawns. I'm loving the set-up of having a dragon attack, RIP OUT YOUR HEART and kill everyone in the immediate vicinity. I'm loving that this game actually has me excited for something made by Capcom (as opposed to effectively funded by Capcom and made by someone else).
edited 7th Apr '12 2:37:41 PM by Zeromaeus
An open world ARPG directed by the director of DMC 3? Yes please.
All of the GI Fs:
edited 7th Apr '12 4:02:49 PM by JotunofBoredom
Is this getting a PC version?
Not as of yet, but Capcom have ported their bigger games to PC before, so who knows.
I'm not entirely sure how I feel about this game. It looks really cool, and I kinda want to play it, but of all things the RE 6 demo voucher makes me wary. It's as if they think they game isn't good enough to stand on it's own or something.
Well, it's a niche game by default, so I can see why Capcom would want to add a perk.
Although considering the premise and gameplay aspects one can only assume that people will start Fan Dumb-ing over the fact that "OMG It's ripping off Skyrim!" when I think this game was announced several months before Skyrim was...
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