Full tan and free cocktails, okay, but enough is enough. No need to get sick of it. That's why I took the time to make a little Gamersyde Diaries on The Bourne Conspiracy while at the Sierra Spring Break '08. Worse, I went as far as waking Game Director of the game up from his sober-up nap, rolled under a table. If that's not great journalism, I don't know what is. On the other hand, I failed to get a hand on Pipomantis. Here's one who seems to be used to hiding where he won't be found...
@GriftGFX: who said it looks like RE1? i said reviews are saying it's capturing the same vibe. ie. horror. survival. slower paced. a singular location. constant sense of dread, item management etc (2 minutes ago)
If only it had the same quality live action video :D (5 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Oh that's crystal clear. I do wonder if it means it will stay first person from here on out. It probably will so it will work for VR. (5 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Maybe in the way it brings back suspense and the locations? (6 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: It's definitely influenced by this generation of horror games: Outlast, Alien, Amnesia, etc. Not that there's anything wrong with that. (6 minutes ago)
At least it's not a Outlast clone which at first glance it sure seemed like it. (9 minutes ago)
I just watched ACGs review and he said only the monsters are just standard, nothing special, but the humans are. Kinda wish this had zombies. (9 minutes ago)