At the end of Sherry Birkin's segment, she discovers the true, ultimate mastermind behind the launch of the virus and the ensuing global crisis: her granddad, Rowley. When she tearfully asks him why, all he proclaims is "Well I'm afraid I was very, very drunk!"
There are three things I try to live by:
1) Never tell a bride the day before her wedding day that "there is a problem"
2) Nothing good happens after 2AM - just go to bed.
Post by Badly-Drawn Manchild on Jun 10, 2012 12:13:31 GMT
Can't help but be disappointed by this somehow. I understand that they would want to show the action-packed bits for the sake of trailers and the thinking "that's what the public wants to see" and the nature of E3 itself, but it just looks to me more and more like a generic third-person shooter. Reports suggest that it lacks the fluidity and finesse of the best Western examples of full-blooded action games, and that it's at its best when it's more true to its survival horror home-turf. That's what the game (and the series, for a while now) gives me the impression of doing; pretending to be something it's not.
Worth bearing in mind that apparently the playtime is around 30 hours, so there's plenty of time for bits inbetween the shooty gun bang sections. Revelations divided its time up well, and that was only about 10-11 hours long.
Additionally, Beeth is hereby declared king of everything.