Delinard, I always worry when I see your name in this thread, but it's nice to see you aren't a nit-picky ****bag.
But you can justify the grumpy attitude: generic trailer music, another unrealistic fighting game focused on visuals as if more are needed... hopefully they reconsider and make it into a realistic low-fantasy fighting game. For adults and exclusively for PCs!This is where I know I'm becoming a grumpy old man.
This trailer does nothing for me. I watched the whole thing and at the end said "Meh."
That's a pretty good concept, but has a long way to go. Basically Theme Hospital where the humor is replaced with guilt.This looks like it has potential
Be the ray of hope among the darkness of war. Control a British WW1 field hospital in a 3D isometric RTS where you lead the medical corps instead of soldiers. Fight for life, soul, and humanity in a world that rejected them in a unique society survival game.store.steampowered.com
Cautiously optimistic rather than exited (please don't suck, it's an interesting setting and premise)
That is one of my wife's favorite games, and it is one of the most British games I have ever seen.
Coincidentally I (re)bought that today, it's on sale on gog for £1. I happened to see a kinda sorta remake on steam but it looks kinda ugly.
Design stunning hospitals, cure peculiar illnesses and manage troublesome staff as you spread your budding healthcare organisation across Two Point County.store.steampowered.com
It also says nothing about the mechanics, which is contradictory to how everyone interprets Soulsborne games. Almost nobody talks about the story in any FromSoft game nearly as much as they talk about the mechanics and bosses, so having a hypergeneric trailer that focuses entirely on vague story phrases is almost like having a cinematic prerendered trailer for Tetris, and kind of impossible to be excited for.
People can get excited for cinematic story based cutscenes, they just have to show things players are interested in.