Global Agenda Launch Trailer

Posted: January 14, 2010
Global Agenda Launch Trailer
Hi-Rez Studios invites you to ride the line between technology and humanity in their MMO FPS, Global Agenda for the PC.

Games in this Video:

Global Agenda (PC)

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  • chickenmagne

    this is the beast mmo iv seen in a long time!

    Posted: February 1, 2010 9:20 AM
  • tribeman

    yea, the thing is that the "players create the story". Thats what they mean by 'player-driven'. and i think there is something where guilds (actually called agencies) are written into the story so they really make a mark on the world. dont know how this plan will unfold but could be very cool to actually be able to effect a world instead of constantly being fed the game's story line. i dunno, gameplay is mega fun so I'm happy and optimistic about the rest.

    Posted: January 18, 2010 8:19 PM
  • Bandit690

    Its an awesome game,im in the beta like the 500 thousand other people that pre ordered..
    There is no story so far so i dont know why they have a trailer like this.....And NO one knows what to hell to call it as a far as genres...

    Posted: January 17, 2010 6:23 AM
  • Matt731

    hm, when i read the description, a list of games this was ripping off immediately popped into my head. then i saw the trailer. maybe it is unique enough. but the question is, will it be any good? im predicting 3-4 out of 5 depending on who reviews it. i wouldnt be surprised if it gets a 2, tho. i doubt itll be 5 or 1.

    Posted: January 14, 2010 7:36 PM
  • Das_Mann04

    I believe the whole concept of 3D televisions are an attempt by television companies to squeeze more profit by using a previously failed gimmick. I believe that this whole venture will not be as a big deal as everyone likes to assume. I mean a substantial numbers of people have recently upgraded to HDTVs and to be honest I don't see people buying something obscenely expensive television when someone can buy something for the third of the cost. Also, the recession is not helping matters either because like Adam said no one is going to buy anything that expensive without a reason. The whole 3D Thing might have worked if the economy was better and the majority of the population has not already adopted another technology. Also, I believe that gaming these days are actually quite good, the selections availability are amazing, never in all time that I've been playing video games has there been such a selection for some many interests. When I was coming up, it was either sports games, shooters and online multiplayers which was mostly reserved for nerds and maybe a few individuals that enjoyed blowing stuff up. Now the games the value equal to that of feature films and actually have plots, character development, and great visual effects. So with that said, I believe that 3D might be the wrong direction, granted its a cool idea but not now. I mean going back to the price issue most people(I include myself) will only buy a the latest model of television for other things such as HD, Blueray and gaming. However, it has to be a combination of the three not just one thing over the other. Especially if your going to drop $800 or more just for gaming. Which is pointless, it has to be an all around benefit. Also, what does this mean for blueray? The picture quality is already great but I don't see it being used as an extension of 3D technology and I already get annoyed when i have to find the remote let alone a pair of glasses. I just view it as just another pointless gadget with luck will go the way of beta max.

    Posted: January 14, 2010 7:01 PM