It will be very impressive if they can pull this off with little to no lag. Looks fun though.
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#1 by Darrin on April 29th, 2009
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Lag is a minor annoyance in most of today’s net games: I don’t see this as the issue.
I just want to see Mag deliver an experience beyond the swarms of other multiplayer shooters on the market. Will this deliver a high level of strategy that we don’t see in other games? That’s the challenge.
#2 by MasulsaisRight on April 29th, 2009
Looks like an Modern Warfare Warhawk game.
#3 by ehandlr on April 30th, 2009
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The graphics are very underwhelming.
#4 by Klink on April 30th, 2009
Real gamers shouldn’t care about graphics. Game play should be their number one priority. Most game developers don’t see beyond that but my hopes are that Zipper will stand ahead of the pack and focus on incredible game play. My one issue with Call of Duty is that it wasn’t organized enough unless you happened to be part of a clan that took pride in teamwork and strategic planning rather than run and gunning or camping. Hopefully Zipper will go beyond this with their 8 person squad dealie and make a truly perfect game.
#5 by Jason on April 30th, 2009
first person? that’s disappointing to me.
#6 by ehandlr on May 1st, 2009
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“Real Gamers” enjoy all aspects of gaming including graphics. I don’t feel that we should have one or the other….in this day and age there is no reason we can’t have all of the above.
Sure they are in early development…but they shouldnt’ have released these images.
#7 by mcloki on May 1st, 2009
Graphics these days are just art styles. So it’s a subjective choice. no right or wrong. I hope the game will be good but my concern is with finding even 8 people to play with. The biggest variable in this game is the player. Everyone has met idiots online. Now they have a chance to really much up a game. hopefully there is some way to self police these games.
#8 by Henning on May 3rd, 2009
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First person is a draw for me versus third person. Third person is just too cumbersome.
#9 by Legion on May 7th, 2009
The concept of having many squads working individual goals to achieve the same victory will be a welcome addition to a FPS. And a game like this has to be first person to prevent chaos. Will buy on day 1.
#10 by Tosh Hatch on May 8th, 2009
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Ya, it will help organize the chaos more that’s for sure.
#11 by firefighter2009 on May 12th, 2009
The are creating the game/ servers to self police itself. It goes through during the gameplay searching for annomalies and getting rid of them. Checking things such as rate of fire/ speed/ life/ etc.
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