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February 5th, 2007, 10:37
Originally Posted by Corwin View Post
We're not really negative, it's just that we've seen a lot of hyped games before, which did not live up to their hype. We're simply being cautious as we hope the game is all it's being claimed!!
Well, I'm a youngster, so it's probably because of my lacking experience with hyped games underachieving except Oblivion.
But I will preserve my hope, because Reality Pump seems as a very professional studio and the fact that they have made RTS before gives my some confidence. I saw on their website, that they have a psychologist among their staff, so I find it hopeful.

Originally Posted by nessosin View Post
Belive me I would be very happy for this game to become a classic in RPG genre ( I live in Krakow, where the game is created). I try to follow every notice on the web of this game (call this regional patriotism). Their Moveshots does not show much of the game. Why dont they release some trailer? It shouldnt be a problem, should it? They claim that SP is ready, that they are ahead of time, so why dont they show us something from their creation? And yes art design is very important to overall class of the game. How would you feel to see bad qualisty design in games like Fallout? Have you seen a screen with a demon on it? Does it look like a horrifying beast? Truth to be told almost none of the NPC visuals dont spark in my a 'WoW' feeling.

I can only hope that the gameplay will surpass my expectations. And seeing how much attention they pay to the non-hardcore RPG players my doubts rise. You know i havent heard of releasing a Counstruction Set like in Oblivion (which without mods would be much less entertaining). Or maybe it will be anounced in April and release date will be postponed for Q4 of 2007? Who knows…
A lot of what you say, I can agree with (especially the regional patriotism ). But I think that the visuals of "Two Worlds" is quite good and immersing, but we'll just have to wait and see. They have released one video with motion capture on Gametrailers.com, but it's not something special, so I agree with your criticism of the lacking videos.

Originally Posted by Acleacius View Post
"I sense a lot of negativity towards………………I don't understand at all."
I don't know, we all seem to be cautously watching and not sure negitivity is right as we all seem to be saying we hope they can and wish them luck.

You do realise this has never been done before, not to mention have yoiu played an RPG recently that hasn't been rushed and/or very buggy?

Then consider they are trying to have seemingly every known feature in this game, afai can tell they haven't ever made an RPG only stratigy with RPG elements, though honestly since I don't play stratigy I can't say what these RPG elements were.

Lastly, I was thinking I was pretty savy about PR and for the most part I am, but credit where credit is due, bethesda was able to trick me. and here they are comparing it to oblivion.

If I had to focus on one specfic area where I let my guard down, it would be the Radiant AI ploy.
They really had me believing it could be better than Gothic's but it turns out they were basicly admiting their lacking quality in this area and trying to achieve the same atmosphere, which is a great testiment to PB.

Plus they have done the same with the constantly repeitive textures and dialogues in this new addon/expansion this time I will wait to see if it's a trick and just like they PR Radiant AI before the release.

I don't believe I was the only one tricked and I will be much more cautous in the future with these guys and anyone claiming the second coming in RPGs.
No, you were not the only one tricked by far. But a lot more thought it was great, so it seems Bethesda will get succesfully away with it. And yes, the expansion packs and addons are just new textures to the same gameplay.

But I'm really "joyful" because of the announed MMORPG feature, even though I've always been a singleplayer person and I don't play MMO's, but it adds something really interesting to the game, but of course again it is dependant on how they creates it.

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