Vanquish debut trailer impressions

February 2, 2010 at 5:28 am Leave a comment

Robocop meets Crysis meets Iron Man

Just coming to smell the roses...

From the creator of Resident Evil comes Vanquish, an fps that looks like too many others. Not that that’s a bad thing in this aspect. As usual we can never trust trailers that are completely cgi, but from what we’ve seen, Vanquish looks really polished, as expected from the producer’s history.

America ALWAYS gets shat on

Orbital strikes - at least they're not nukes XP

Reminiscent of the Command and Conquer series, it seems that in-game cutscenes will consist of live acting. This could be a good thing, as it turned out for C & C, which used its over-the-top nature for comedic effect, or terribly bad.

"He's like Jesus, but actually pure awesome!"

Not much has announced regarding the plot, but it’s clear from the debut trailer that America once again has been completely sh!tstormed by who knows who. Millions of civilians killed ladidah and all that jazz. The element of space will also be present in Vanquish.

He has a huge..................................... gun

Vanquish looks epic. I think the question to be asked here is not whether Vanquish will be good or not, but rather how great it is. Let’s hope this isn’t screwed up.

Space - the next in thing


Entry filed under: Videogames.

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