On all the games announced in the July Xbox Showcase - including the return of one of my favorite Xbox exclusive franchises, fable - very few had few... finally, gameplay. Although there is undoubtedly a lot of reasons to be excited (like Fable), many of them served more teaser of what to expect from kinematics or atmosphere (fable. Force with a gloriously animated fairy devoured by a toad while being sneakily narrated by Stephen Fry.)
From those who repair gameplay trailer, The Gunk stood out like one of the best. Although the details of the story are relatively thin in the field, we know that your heroin investigates a planet assaulted by a mysterious and corrosive oozing. Fortunately, she is armed with a hand vacuum that she can use to suck dirt, giving life to her environment.
First of all, the game looks Magnificent, _ and it is clear that image developers and form games are taking full advantage of the power of the next generation of consoles. It is caricatural in the best possible way, similar to something like _tatchet and clank or jak and daxter in that it always manages to be realistic despite the fact that it is not._ it's vibrant and full of colors, and apart from the narrative goals of the elimination of filth, it will be worthwhile to see the planet prosper again, as we see in the trailer where it is enough to clean the filth for a plant Giant blooming.. We also see very beautiful light effects, like when the heroine cleans a light wall with its convenient vacuum, leaving the sunlight spread in the cave in which it is.
Of course, it's easy to be misled by the first game sequences, but if the final product is as beautiful as the trailer and as fun it looks like the Gunk could well become a Fan of fans on the console to come.
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