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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Romier S, Mar 7, 2002.
Lol, that smilie is great!
If you haven't already checked out it, the TeamXbox forums has an official Enclave forum, where the developers post.
Best. Smilie. Ever.
I thought that Enclave was a first person shooter? The game looks cool, but there are a lot of quality shooters coming out for the 'Box this year. (next-gen Doom, for example )
does indeed look BADASS, especially that last pic. Who's making this one?
That looks very slick
Of course, I'm also intrigued by Hunter: The Reckoning. It's getting some surprisingly good advance word so it might be something to keep an eye on. I hope it's good. I want some good zombie killing action
Just read over at the forums Dave listed that the co-op and Multiplayer modes have been removed from the game. (it is strictly a single player game now).
Though its disappointing I am still psyched for Enclave. IF they make a really compelling single player game than all will be well.
I guess it's sort of a 3rd person shooter. What exactly are the RPG elements? I haven't heard any details of that yet.
I love that picture of the giant creature with the face on his crotch.
When I first heard about this game it seemed like team multiplay was the whole point. What happened?
From what the developers have said the game is similiar to Draconus or Rune on the PC. 3rd person Action adventure with a dash of RPG. The RPG elements entail placing points in character skills to further enhance your character.
Hopefully it will be better than those two titles you mentioned it will be like
I'm sorry--I had a reasonable post all ready to go, but I'm still cracking up at that smilie. Damn, that's good stuff!
Niiiiiiiiiisssssssse looking stuff.
Looks like a next-gen Ultima 9 somewhat.
How much RPG element will there be to this game?
I hereby declare the console wars over.
:i give up on trying to do that headbang smiley:
That game looks as good as a game on my computer.
The point is that neither the PS2 or Gamecube could do ANYTHING even CLOSE to this graphics wise.
Well, we have to see how fluid those graphics /move/ before we can declair that neither the PS2 or the GC could touch them. I have no doubt that the GC and PS2 could /render/ graphics of that quality, but moving graphics that detailed around smoothly is an entirely different story.
I sure am hoping for the best... those screens are beautiful.