It looks good because it's the Unreal Engine. The actual game seems to have very few features. I would stay away from it.
Soo, no one is going to talk about this?
I kinda like it. If the effects become a little more balanced and tweaked (to the point it doesn't lagggg) it will be a big success. Graphics look amazing, that will be enough to try it for most people.It looks like a tech demo rather than a game, where they've crammed in every experimental technical effect regardless of how cluttered it looks, giving combat this weird unreadability that makes it impossible to tell what's going on. The setting looks almost offensively generic.
Is there any Asian game at all that's serious about realism? I don't think Asians want realism in their games for some obscure cultural reason.
One of the most popular and profitable games in Japan right now is a mobile loot box game with anthropomorphised naval vessels, and yes they all have big tits.
I'm sure someone with more knowledge than I do will shed a light on this but my guess would be this as well.In all seriousness, I believe they do that because they don’t even have privacy in their own tiny homes? That was my guess back then.
The game looks good because they are using their high tier tech demo pc - and even that is barely handling the game. Which is I think the extremely awful thing to do. If you are gonna make a World Premiere Video and you are able to count FPS by hand, at least dim down settings a bit so that people won't say that this stuff runs at 10 FPS.Graphics look amazing,
Also, while it's safe and all, all those office workers were getting HAMMERED every single night
In all seriousness, I believe they do that because they don’t even have privacy in their own tiny homes? That was my guess back then.