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Feedback -- Split/Second, Prince Of Persia And Insomniac Games Goes 360 Edition

Posted: May 26, 2010
Feedback -- Split/Second, Prince Of Persia And Insomniac Games Goes 360 Edition
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Adam Sessler, Abbie Heppe, Sterling McGarvey and Patrick Klepek discuss Insomniac Games signing with EA to make a game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the release of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands and Split/Second and much more.

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  • Cathartic Denoument

    Speaking about jetpacks..
    Everyone seems to have forgotten that Section 8 had jetpacks too..!!
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    24:46-25:03 - The world is ending!!

    Posted: June 10, 2010 11:16 PM
    Cathartic+Denoument
  • branden76348

    go 2 13:20 in the vid its really funny/ and also i was wondering if ratchet and clank would ever go 2 another console because i got a 360 4 Christmas but b 4 i had a ps2 and played it so much i beat da 2d one so much i beat it like 8 times lol

    Posted: June 1, 2010 12:11 PM
    branden76348
  • NortheastMonk

    Multiplatform is easily interpreted on my level as meaning "more money". I think the industry is going to a place where exclusives could only mean one or two things. 1. Made by the console's company. 2. A legal contract. Which could be good and maybe I'm wrong.

    Are the glory days of "lets make a video game because we can'' are over? Considering how vast the gaming industry is today?

    Posted: June 1, 2010 7:49 AM
    NortheastMonk
  • denial19

    You guys mentioned last week about the probable lack of new systems possible at E3 this year. I was just wondering how you felt about how the systems such as the ps3 and the 360 are adding the PlayStation move or project natal. It seems to me sort of a way to extend the life of the system beyond what they had originally intended (which isn t a bad thing). Add this with the possibilities of 3D games (such as GT5 and Killzone 3), I get the feeling that even if a new system were to show up, that we would not necessarily be ready for what is to come, and we may not be ready for awhile. Also it seems like a lot of development teams have just recently started to make wonderful games using the power of the ps3/360. You re thoughts?

    Also, the next year or so is going to be huge for the MMO community, and I was wondering how you were feeling about the assortment of MMO s or expansions coming out (SWTOR, Lego Universe, WoW Cataclysm, Need for Speed, Guild Wars 2) Is it too much?

    Posted: June 1, 2010 3:12 AM
    denial19
  • VEGETABLE SQUALO

    Yay, can't wait for the show and E3.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 3:20 PM
    VEGETABLE+SQUALO+
  • T_Rexx

    Adam Sessler is such a professional with such broad knowledge base and experience. It just shows based on his replies to the team.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 12:20 PM
    T_Rexx
  • djboogymonster

    FEEDBACK on TV HELL YES!!!

    and...

    no new consoles, the PS3 and 360 are just getting "good", it always take times for developers to get their collective heads around the current generation of consoles. I excited to see what will happen on the back end of this gaming cycle.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 12:10 PM
    djboogymonster
  • zeekXXL

    I officially believe that Feedback would be less informative without Patrick Klepek, and at this point wouldn't be Feedback.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 3:04 AM
    zeekXXL
  • Darkreaper1

    Had fun playing you guys in breach and awesome news about insomniac.

    Posted: May 30, 2010 12:44 PM
    Darkreaper1
  • ultima12

    I really enjoyed this. I like Adam Sessler a lot. I typically think his reviews are dead on. This is the first time I've watched Feedback. If this is a episodic thing I will surely be staying tuned. I don't come on this website often but I think I will be visiting more often.

    Posted: May 30, 2010 9:36 AM
    ultima12
  • Father_Time89

    I said it before and I'll say it again.

    No I do not want a new console generation, I'm still waiting for two of my favorite franchises to hit this generation.

    I've heard nary a thing about Twisted Metal or Hitman coming to this gen so.. yeah.

    Posted: May 29, 2010 11:50 PM
    Father_Time89
  • justingraphix

    I was wondering what do the team think of Game Maker. Do yawl even look at any of those games created by those young developers?

    Posted: May 29, 2010 10:20 AM
    justingraphix
  • NoGloveNoLove

    oppolp

    Posted: May 28, 2010 9:47 PM
    NoGloveNoLove
  • Halbard

    I'm glad to hear a mention of Enslaved. The art direction of that game and just style of the universe is something I've been dying to see since watching "Life After People" and a game with parkour style elements is just icing on the cake to navigate something with that kind of beauty. It's good to see it's getting some notice.

    A developer I'd like to point to is Fuzzy Eyes, particularly their Edge of Twilight game. Mainly simple because of the steampunk genre they are using and the dual world design. Production is halted until October, but I'm REALLY hoping that game gets out the door and is good. It could mark the start of great things from a small start up company.

    Posted: May 28, 2010 5:13 PM
    Halbard
  • PB_theGreat

    That episode of Feedback was awesome guys. It's kind of sad to hear about the departure of J Allard and Robbie Bach: Two minds that have opened multiple doors for creative input for Microsoft's Xbox 360 success. And the reviews on Split Second, and Prince of Persia were very informative. I appreciate the breaks in between topics with the wacky sound effects Adam. Can't wait for the E3 live coverage, and the television premiere of Feedback too. In terms of Insominac's decision to jump on the multiplatform bandwagon, I say it's a welecome breath of fresh air. In the midst of Bungie's partnership with Activision, and Infinity Ward's shakeup. Perhaps they'll start out with some downloadable games first and gradually produce more groundbreaking franchises for the latest consoles so more gamers can pick up on their polished gaming experience. And the Mass Effect movie in the making sounds for lack of a better word, Epic. Maybe, the mulit-species dating/save the universe narrative will get an overhaul this time. Depending on Legendary Pictues remaining commitment to the unfolding trilogy's continuity. Keep up the great work, Patrick, Steven, Abbie and Adam!

    Posted: May 28, 2010 4:38 PM
    PB_theGreat
  • Zack_Fair

    On the topic of Red Dead Redemption, I finished the game last week in an effort to not have the ending spoiled for me by any particular site I visit. I was pretty shocked by it, and while I won't spoil it I just was curious if you all believe that games will continue in this way of having shocking things happen to the main character? I remember the first 8 minutes of Mass Effect 2 had my jaw on the floor and the ending for RDR really reminded me of it I actually think its a good idea if there's mortality in games these days, if it feels too safe the characters lose a bit of humanity. I almost feel like this is the death of the Western in the traditional sense, just like the movie Unforgiven so I'm wondering what your thoughts are on this.

    Posted: May 28, 2010 12:16 PM
    Zack_Fair
  • UltimaRatioRegum

    Hey guys, congrats on the whole going to 'real' tv, I know you guys have been getting a lot of pressure from the comments section and whatnot, and I'm glad that the show is popular enough online to warrant this kind of move, if only temporary.

    At the same time, having just finished an internship working for a company that specializes in producing and distributing web shows, I for one don't want to see Feedback permanently moved to regular television. Feedback is the only web show that I watch regularly, and I don't see how anything would be gained by adding a bigger set and commercials. A big part of what makes the show so special for me is how stripped down it is. There's no bull here, just funny, knowledgeable people talking about what they love. I just can't imagine something this simple working on network tv, not without adding something to make it sexier, and by sexier I mean lame.

    In the end, all I've got to say is that I look forward to sitting down every week with a beer and listen to what feels like a group of my friends sitting around and talking about games for an hour. As long as that doesn't get taken away, I'll be a happy camper.

    Posted: May 28, 2010 6:09 AM
    UltimaRatioRegum
  • ZORDONofEltar

    star wars republic commando for xbox1 had jetpacks

    Posted: May 27, 2010 11:55 PM
    ZORDONofEltar
  • Calbanese

    oh feedback on tv for e3...thats exciting!
    you know, i always wondered why G4 was like...95% crappy old shows (cops, cheaters) and movies and only 5% actual programming. I find myself on this site looking through videos and reviews much more than actually watching this footage on television just because it's all here and i don't need to filter through all that extra garbage.

    Posted: May 27, 2010 8:08 PM
  • bolo73

    When is Adam going to dance?

    Posted: May 27, 2010 7:03 PM
    bolo73
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