Next time there is full-on Bruce Lee game, I’d love for Rocksteady to get it. Enter the dragon has a format that would fit videogames nicely. Bruce alternates between stealth, tournament fights, and occasional all-out brawls. With their work on the Arkham series, Rocksteady could knock that out of the park.
This is the face I make when I’m too excited to compose myself for a photograph.
I had a great time at PAX East this year. As a fan, it’s not really practical to line up for the big games. Instead, I focused on panels and other more experiential stuff. Evolve looks incredible, but I’ll inevitably play it. There’s lots of stuff to experience that you might miss otherwise. The indie devs on the floor are readily available and are genuinely interested in talking to you.
I also use it as an opportunity to tell my favorite devs, journos, and personalities that I like what they’re doing. I was lucky enough to chat with some neat people from polygon, I said hi to Kris Straub, and Tim Schafer was behind me in line to check out of the hotel. As an industry outsider, PAX is a unique opportunity to be immersed in a world that we’ve only seen from a distance.
BONUS: Me and my favorite cosplayers
This looks awesome. Any idea if the game has co-op? I saw a team of two assassins working together in there. Not sure if that’s multi-player, or controlling 2 characters at once a la ice climbers in smash bros.
The game’s ambient soundtrack is full of fuzz bass and reverb-soaked electric guitar, so the anachronistic lyrics didn’t really bother me. How did you feel about the use of “So Far Away” at the beginning of the second act?
HEALTH’s work on Max Payne 3 was also pretty dope in my opinion.
Will the Circle be Unbroken