Vivendi will be releasing High Moon Studios' The Bourne Conspiracy this week in Europe on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, and here are the First 10 Minutes from the game in video-form. The video shows the first level in the game, a part not playable in the demo.
One of the biggest differences compared to the demo is the enemies. I found soldiers to be much more difficult to beat in hand-to-hand combat than the security guards in the embassy mission. The guards just felt too easy to beat, while the soldiers to me were just a long pain to kill. The "local henchmen" in the video below were just more satisfying to fight against, a mix of the two above, and as combat is such an important aspect in this game it skyrocketed the fun factor for me.
I am far from finishing the game but so far the game seems better than the normal movie-licensed game, a statement which many in the US agree on. The game was released a couple of weeks back there, though it's strange that Europe get it almost a month later. It is based on Unreal Engine 3, giving it a nice and clean look.
As mentioned above the video shows the first level of the game, finishing it off with a boss fight.
With Ash I have created the helmet and the chassiss but the systems requires control module and its so rare even if you go to that particular planet that gives i never gotten it :( (11 minutes ago)
When you start Warframe for the first time you get 50 credits i used it on Pc for faster crafting (didnt know much about it) but on PS4 i saved it to add a bit extra plat to get one so no harm done (12 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: I been putting a 2 months or so to build one Ash or Volt but I can NEVER get Control Module drops no matter how much i try and my Excalibur been lvl 30 for so long and i am BORED of it. (13 minutes ago)
@Sath: you're buying a warframe? Why not just build one? (31 minutes ago)
Traded in KZ Shadow Fall, damn game was so meh and forgettable that I didnt want it anymore, so dissapointing. Got 400 PSN voucher money against it, will use a bit to get one Warframe and save up rest (33 minutes ago)