Happy Friday! Max is finally back in the studio, and he brought a souvenir with him - RAMPANT HALF-LIFE 3 SPECULATION! We've also got some hot and heavy gameplay for Halo 4, a combat demonstration for Capcom's Remember Me, and new trailers for Metal Gear Rising: Reveangance and DMC Devil May Cry!
Episode 366 of the Destructoid Show:
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An ANONYMOUS SOURCE has told Journaldugamer that Valve's highly anticipated Half-Life 3 will take a dramatic break from the traditional linear progress featured in past games. According to the latest gossip, Gordon Freeman will undertake his next adventure in an open world. (jim Sterling)
Before driving up to Kirkland, Washington for a day trip to 343 Industries, I questioned whether I was mentally prepared to get (even potentially) invested in three more main-series Halo games. As it turns out, there's nothing to worry about; Halo 4 is in very capable hands. We're in for a treat. (Jordan Devore)
Despite Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance having been available to play at several events over the last year, I'd never found time to play it. So, like the people of Japan, Tokyo Game Show was my first opportunity to get my hands on Platinum's take on the Metal Gear series. Why didn't I make the time? What a fool I was! (Conrad Zimmerman)
Dontnod Entertainment is trying out some new ideas with Remember Me, and while that's admirable, I'm worried about how the concepts will pan out in the full game. This new footage delves into the combat, starting right off the bat with intentional visual glitches that indicate the player's low health. (Jordan Devore)
The above trailer currently has 609 dislikes compared to 370 likes on Youtube. Something tells me that, two years later, people are still sore. That DmC just can't catch a break with fans. (Jim Sterling)