@taconburrito I think I know what you're trying to say...
For me, TLOU appears to be a truly revolutionary game. And because it's a Naughty Dog game, my natural distrust of these "game-footage" trailers is drastically lowered. I actually believe them when they tell us that this is real game-play captured directly from a PS3.
Sorry... point being, that the "feel" of this game, so far anyway, seems to be very... grown-up. And I mean that in the best way. It's not simply a re-hash of all the same stuff that came before. It really appears to be taking quite a few significant steps forward in overall game-development.
My fingers are crossed that they actually pull it off.
From what I've been seeing, the Last of Us and Beyond: Two Souls, are both coming out early next year. Why they're both coming out at the same time I don't know, but I'm leaning toward getting the Last of Us.
But which of the two should I pre-order and which should I wait and play after the first price drop?
I don't get it, uncharted sucked to me outside of the story. Graphics weren't horrible but definitely weren't as beautiful as people made it out to be. Granted I didn't play uncharted 3 so maybe they were outstanding in that game, but the first 2 were so-so. Gameplay wise that's where it flat out sucked to me. But this is why we have our own opinions =]. However, I do look forward to this game.
I might the only one but Uncharted to me was alright to me.. I wont say its a bad game but it doesnt really excite me like how Tomb Raider did when i was young.. I might be because i expected ridiculously hard puzzles where you have no clue where to go.. but the game in some way holds your hand through it.. didnt make me think as much and ughhh the shooting.. there's just too much shooting people with guns for me toeven says its worth finishing the game.. The Last Us really looks great.. and I have not really much expectations since I probably havent played a game like this
But Beyond two souls is really what made me preorder both of these games and MG Rising Revengeance.. The trailer was all it needed for me to be bought.. and I love Ellen Page.. haha Inception!
Carlos, I'm curious as to what you think constitutes amazing graphics? From the games I've played, the only thing that even came visually close (console-wise) to the Uncharted series was God of War III. Don't forget the first Uncharted was released over 5 years ago (Nov. '07), so it was well ahead of its time.
well for me personally it's a day one buy because I love Quantic Dream's games and I really do my best to support unique IP's and new titles, as opposed to the deluge of garbage sequels that get spit out year after year and don't actually do anything new.
I did the exact same thing. I bought a 360 at the end of 2006 and for three years it essentially sat there being a gloried DVD player. I only played and enjoyed a hand full of games. I beat Halo 3, call of duty 2 and call of duty 4: modern warfare, tried some lego games, like lego indiana jones. I tried gears of war and didnt like it and I also tried mass effect and didn't like it. Although, I tried Mass effect a few years later and reallly liked it. Furthermore, I had other games which I cannot remember and I played them for about 10 minutes. In 2009 I was reading about Uncharted two and really wanted to play that game. I was also interested in other PS3 exclusives like little big planet and infamous. People look at me like I am nuts, however, I traded in all of my 360 stuff and bought a PS3 to basically play, like 90% of my motivation, UC2. Of course little big planet, infamous, and other exclusives were a huge bonus. Sony definitely has a lot more exclusive and those exclusives are some of the best games around. Anyway I don't really like survival games, however, it is naughty dog and I love jak and dexter and uncharted. In fact, I like jak and dexter better than UC. Like I just alluded to, I will most likely get this game, day one in fact, because it is naughty dog and I have a lot of faith in them for creating a fantastic game no matter the genre.