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March 15th, 2010, 18:03
I felt a lot like Grandor Dragon after watching the video. I think I wanted Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory the RPG instead of Mass Effect 1: Shepard the Spy. In other words, I want the action to live up to the role-playing and vice versa. Seeing how the enemies behave in this video was disappointing ("Look, a guy with a gun run at him!").

It was also kind of disappointing to hear him call the abilities "our game's version of magic." I don't want switch-on abilities in a spy game; I want persistent skills (that you build up and specialize in) and gadgets.

But, as was mentioned above, you can't judge a game on a generic 5-minute video. I look forward to seeing more about the game as it gets closer to release.
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