If these were screens from the Xbox 360-version, and if Eidos had the same techonlogy EA has created, which creates Hi-Definition footage of live actors and converts them into synthetic-looking videogame characters (I don't know if it works, but that is how EA describes it) - then we would have an almost fully interactive Angelina Jolie in our consoles. But, until that year comes, we have to stand out with the good old computer version of Lara Croft. 18 images of Tomb Raider: Legend inside. And, as with Commandos, I hope to have a trailer here for this game tomorrow. Update: Added the trailer.
@GriftGFX: the doom and gloom is for the gamer today. (8 Hours ago)
@droezelke: I stopped mid way through the season 2! (14 Hours ago)
I'm already not playing Battlefield because I'm not crazy with what DICE is doing with it. They've got a lot of work to do. (14 Hours ago)
EA is far from out of the woods, but I don't think this is the steep downhill incline you imagine for the industry. I'm not buying the doom and gloom. (14 Hours ago)
If they can develop revenue streams that don't negatively impact the user experience.. most will try. (14 Hours ago)
And while publishers may want to pursue service models, there are relatively good ways of handling that. Add to this the fact that most developers don't really want to ruin their games. (14 Hours ago)
EA is already dropping the ball all over the place. But people are reacting to it, more than ever. (14 Hours ago)