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Dhruin October 10th, 2012 19:34

Of Orcs and Men - Launch Trailer
 
Of Orcs and Men launches this week and here's the launch trailer:

More information.

rossrjensen October 10th, 2012 19:35

This game really seems to be flying under the radar. Trailer looks pretty good though!

sakichop October 10th, 2012 19:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by rossrjensen (Post 1061164986)
This game really seems to be flying under the radar. Trailer looks pretty good though!

I pre-ordered it along with dishonored and XCOM. I will be giving it a go tomorrow and see which game I want to play first.

Already played an hour of dishonored and XCOM and found XCOM more enjoyable but that might be my preference for turn based over action combat or the fact that I'm only an hour in to both.

I agree though despite so cheesy dialogue it does look good.

Irian October 10th, 2012 19:53

Dishonored was an instant pre-order for me, xcom and this one look nice, too, but I'll wait for some more reviews on them.

Asdraguuhl October 10th, 2012 23:07

This launch trailer has some truly horrible and awful voice acting. This one together with the Buddy Trailer does make me somewhat skeptic, unfortunately.

However, the Goblin voice in the Summer Trailer sounds very different, much better IMO and more fitting for an oppressed goblin. So which voice wil the game actually have?



I assume that the Orc's nickname "Butcher of Bay Harbor" is a reference to Dexter's "Bay Harbor Butcher". At least they score some points for having good taste in TV series :).

Zephyr October 11th, 2012 04:25

Now that I finally have my new PC, this game is at the top of my list. Can't. Wait.


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