Yes, wow it took you 12 minutes to do that (date says 3:58 for mine because I edited Google thing in). Just to say that when you yet again avoided another question?
You know he does not have to sit here and reply the very second your post.
Incidently there is a MASSIVE difference between the technology we (the average civilian person) and the technology behind closed doors. They already have lightweight flexible screens so putting a computer on your wrist is not far fetched.
There is already a quad walking 'mule' that can balance and navigate areas where tanks can't (although we only see them as 'pack' carrying devices) It is not that far fetched to think of these being armour plated and weaponised.
Before kinect was released I thought it was quite far fetched to think of a device that could track your body with facial recognition that recognises individuals and responds accordingly and all of this technology is available for around £130 and for the general public. It makes you wonder what is being created behind 'closed' doors.
We have cars that can park themselves and BMW have made a car that can drive itself round circuits. Holograms are appearing on stages alongside real performers.
None of the technology is that far fetched - they are not using plasma/laser rifles and light sabres etc. Most of Tech displayed is feasible and AI is constantly being improved. I have seen a lot of that core tech already and is not that far fetched to think it could develop in the way they are showing. Who is to say that most of the tech is already in testing/development stage - It would not take much more to armour plate and bolt on weaponry and with the constantly improving AI this is totally feasible. Maybe in 13 years time, The way things have grown these things in the video could look dated
Only a fool things that fps games are different in how they play. regardless of the weapons or the graphics they all play the same at the core mechanics.
Again even SC is similar in the basic nature and premise of game play, even though it is a rts and not a fps. It does not matter what enemy is in the game or not, or what the year is.
It is really sad when todays gamers can not see what is right before their own eyes anymore and wish to hold on to their limited style of thinking for what ever reason.
Every fps game ever made plays the same at the core. Every rts plays the same at the core.
The reference to SC kid was the fact of how the game is now using advanced mechs. something we are no where near even being close to having use in battle and not even in 13 years will we be close to doing so.
Again all of you have this strange need to try and defend the game for some reason. Like you fear anyone saying anything negative about it will make it not sell well, or that the developers may see it and change it too something else.
You are sad really, the fact that you need to constantly defend how the game is when you do not even know how the game really is yet.
Actually no, your not, since I did go and get a cola to drink. So no I do not reply to this thread every 1-2 minutes. Plus I had to check my email and other things more important than trying to argue with a person like you over insignifcant factors that you are trying to raise to prove your point is better than my point, when neither is nor will be ever.'
Neither of us know how the game WILL be like until the game IS released. And no matter what any interview or release trailer shows, does not mean they can not deviate from that before the game is released.
I think it's the type of thread that does it complaining/comparing, it's all the same. I don't agree with the comparisons at all. But who cares :3 His status thing says nobody can win against him, I just did. I'm actually going to help people now on forums, while this forum post fills up with weird stuff.