After the warm welcome of Lara and the Guardian of Light, it is hard not to see a resemblance with Atari's new Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime. Planned for release next Spring on Xbox Live Arcade, Playstation Network and PC, this new title uses the same kind of camera angle, and also features up to four players co-op (online and offline). A few more months to wait before you can finally not cross the streams with your friends.
Guys, GTA V and DS aren't the best looking games out there, but no one cares because what's important is having fun while playing them. I personally am more interested in WD for the gameplay and story (2 minutes ago)
That is true. i saw the game during Gamescom at Ubi's and framerate was far from ok, plenty of pop up indeed, tearing, and aliasing too. Ah well..maybe the game is still fun tho. (1 Hour ago)
@HR2: because even in 2013 the game had major framerate issues, screentearing and pop up/LOD. I guess to fix it they gimped it. (1 Hour ago)
@Moonwalker: FINALLY !!! :)) ...jokes aside , why wouldn't they harness the power of the new-gen consoles and choose to downgrade esp after A DELAY !? that just doesn't sound reasonable to me. (1 Hour ago)
@HR2: Hmmm...maybe its'just me...but WD seems to look quite ok there? (1 Hour ago)
@GriftGFX: Yeah...they are going to fall flat on their face with that. It is true that the negativity is mostly about that one part with the car, all else looks alright, but far from 2013. (1 Hour ago)