Beyond E3 With Beyond Good and Evil 2 Gameplay

I’ve said it before and I will stay stating this that I want to see GAMEPLAY! Trailers are cool and all when it comes to video game previews, but it doesn’t matter until we see some form of gameplay be it in pre-alpha, alpha or beta. I do not give a Sonic the Hedgehog coin, I need gameplay to define how I will initially feel about the game before its release! I am probably a bit late in the game for all of this but today Ubisoft unleashed some gameplay footage for us to check out.

Waited a long time for this sequel and it looks worlds bigger than the first game. I mean do not get me wrong there is still loads more that should be shown, but that bit of gameplay has me at pre-order status.

Hop on the Hype Train

Seeing the vast open city was one thing, but going beyond that with detailed space exploration with a bigger ship and a serious tone to it. Keep in mind that the original Beyond good and Evil came out in 2003 with some harsh scenarios dealing with kids being kidnapped by this evil entity. What will come from BGaE 2? I am curious on if we will see any of the original characters from the first game since this is a prequel.

[Beyond Good and Evil 2 will] be in continuity with the first game, with a big variety of levels, lots of emotion in the gameplay, and characters we care about. This time we are dealing with the planet’s future, and the relationship with animals…”

That little taste of things to come was enjoyable, especially how the ship will operate. I am sure many of you have more questions like I do, but enjoy the video and stay tuned for more information! – Beast Out

 

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Beast Gamer Kuma

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I am a Beast trying to get his game on. Living by the ways of the Konami Code for many years until I decided to share my knowledge and opinions of the gaming world for you mortals. I hope you enjoy the content that we provide here! - Beast Out -
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