C.O.P.: The Recruit - New Screens + Packshot Revealed

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  1. imz
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    imz GBAtemp's vigilante

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    Gotham city
    Packshot:

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    Screens:

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    more screens HERE
     
  2. Hadrian

    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    One of those games that makes me wish the DS has a analogue stick of some kind, shit even the NGPC has a great thumb stick.

    Welcome to hurting hands.

    EDIT: Weren't these all shown just after E3?
     
  3. Santee

    Santee GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    3D GTA on the DS it looks good but there will probably a short story like CW looks familer though.
     
  4. Law

    Law rip ninjacat that zarcon made me

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    what the shit

    why couldn't chinatown wars look like that?
     
  5. GeekyGuy

    GeekyGuy Professional loafer

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    Because it was populated with, you know, city stuff.

    This game obviously has potential to be enjoyable, and I hope it is. But you can see already it's pretty bare for a cityscape. Very few cars and peds onscreen at any given time. And what was wrong with how CW looked? Nothing. Looked great for what it was.
     
  6. Law

    Law rip ninjacat that zarcon made me

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    Yeah I loved being able to see 3 feet around me at any time.
     
  7. Satangel

    Satangel BEAST

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    Looks very good, but graphics don't make the game.
    I doubt it will be as fun as CTW for me...
     
  8. kalmis

    kalmis GBAtemp Regular

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    I agree with this gentleman here. Nice to see more mature DS games coming up, even if its once every two years [​IMG]
     
  9. shaunj66

    shaunj66 Administrator

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    I agree completely, I hate playing 3D games with the d-pad. Unless it's configured to use one of the ABXY buttons to move/run forward, and then fire with R/L.
     
  10. geoflcl

    geoflcl Permanent GBAtemp Newbie

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    It'd be cool if this game will turn out good. Buuuut I'm not counting on it.
    There's a reason that Rockstar decided not to make GTA:CW a conventional GTA. The sacrifices would be game-breaking. The city in COP is only going to be a square mile big, if I recall. That's a bad sacrifice to make, a sacrifice that Rockstar really didn't wanna take.

    Have I said "sacrifice" enough in this post?
     
  11. Austinz

    Austinz GBAtemp Regular

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    Wtf at a square mile, just looking at the screens, the water screen looks to take up a half a square mile of space just in water
     
  12. Jakob95

    Jakob95 I am the Avatar

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    No offense but I think this game is a fail. The DS is to weak for this kind of game. The graphics are going to be so choppy and it will just be bleh it will be impossible to look at because of the graphics.
     
  13. shakirmoledina

    shakirmoledina Legend

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    Oct 23, 2004
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    if this game is only graphics then it will sell well at first but bad afterwards but since it got on E3, it seems to have potential to rise... any heli's or aero's in this game cuz this is not bad at all and nice protagonist
    the only problem with my most hyped game at release (GTA for gba and ds) was tht u couldnt see ahead cuz the cars were good and fast but then u had to stay on the center of the road to be safe and too many cops
     
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