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I was currious to see what ppl were thinking about it.
Considering this is a big name CSV and it wasn't given to Iga. It was given to Mercury Steam and over looked by Kojima-san.Even considering that Mercury Steam is based in Spain and not being handled by Konami Japan....
To me it says they are trying to see how some one else can handle a CSV. There have been to many complains over the past few years of Iga not listening to what the fans want for games. He's even said that we are the ones that don't understand his vision and how he wanted things. i know tons of ppl told him when Judgment was demoed that he should just pull it and re do it... but he released it anyways and there was tons of negative reviews on the game.
To me i think this will be good... they have said that it is gonna be new. that they are going for some old things in it but how things are mostly going to be handled will be new for CSV and for a 3D CSV.
Just wanan see what ppl think before i post more of my thoughts..
haha dats awesome... i preordered the special edition too. wish ours was like europe and gets a replica mask.... at least we get a shirt. I love preorder shirts...
I have to ask... does any one else think its wierd during the trailer videos that every person has a character but jason Issacs.... i bet you anything he is dracula.... maybe its just his thing playing the bad guys.... haha maybe he does it with his paris hilton wig(what he called his wig from harry potter)
but yea i do like how it has changed... and DMC and GOW set alot of standards for how alot of games are today. so it dosn't supprise me that the new CSV would go this route... just adding in their own elements to it.
like i tried playing CSV harmony of dispair.....but... it would be better if it had some thing like Castle crashers for the Xbox.... that you can have local co-op on the same machine.... stupids... should have said online co-op only during the konami press conference E3 2010...
i wonder if we'll get a demo for it.
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