After being released on PC a few months ago, Risen 2: Dark Waters is now finally available on Xbox 360 and PS3. Ghost_Deus captured a bunch of videos of the 360 version, and as you'll see, to enjoy the game, you will have to get used to a lot of technical issues (tearing, pop-up, slowdowns, etc.). Many will probably stop at that, which would be a shame since Pirahna Bytes' title is still interesting enough to keep you entertained for a good while. Of course, if you do have a choice and can play the PC version, that's definitely the one to go for, even though it also has a few technical issues to cope with.
I'm not saying it's impossible that another developer would want to do it and would do it justice. That's just rarely the case when a franchise changes hands. (5 minutes ago)
And some of them work at Arkane, so I guess that makes sense. (6 minutes ago)
And that's a pretty baseless statement. Just paging through Mobygames, most of the Half Life 2 staff still works at Valve. (8 minutes ago)
They've lost SOME of their key staff. Staff that they can replace as easily as farming out the game to some third party. (12 minutes ago)
Good interview with Phil Harrison: [url] (16 minutes ago)
so why does it matter if they make the next one or not? it's like people being excited about rare making a new perfect dark when the people who made perfect dark 1 on the N64 are long gone. (36 minutes ago)
and the mention of brands being popular is ironic seeing as that's all dev studio's are. valve today is nothing like valve when half life was being made. they've lost all of their key staff. (37 minutes ago)