Not everyone watches Yu-gi-oh. Even less care about it. Also I highly doubt Shadow Realm is a term exclusive to Yu-gi-oh.Redryhno said:Dafuq, two pages in and nobody's made the obvious Yugioh joke? Your cynicism is suffocating your humor Escapist hivemind...
To be fair, the ME3 multiplayer was (and is) a lot of fun and well put together I thought.Frozengale said:So far I give this a resounding "Meh".
I don't go to Bioware for multiplayer, I go to them for long single player games that can take upwards of 40 hours to play. The kind where I can explore every inch of an area without having 3 other people telling me to hurry up. The kind where if I die it's because I messed up, not because I had some half brain dead team that doesn't know the meaning of simple words like "Focus", "Trap", or "Dodge".
I was thinking the same thing, heh I'm look forward to Bioware being on the receiving end of a lawsuitAnti-American Eagle said:"Shadow Realms"
Okay, We have a name.
"modern urban fantasy world"
This is starting to sound like something familiar.
"You'll level up playing either role, and unlock various abilities that you can mix and match in a free-form progression system"
Wait, I've seen a system like this before. I've gotta reread that...
"That's right, Shadow Realms focuses exclusively on 4v1 co-op multiplayer. Four players play as heroes who awaken in the modern world with magical powers. They'll team up to battle the Shadowlord, who sets traps, controls minions, and can alter the battlefield. You'll level up playing either role, and unlock various abilities that you can mix and match in a free-form progression system."
Are Catalyst Labs calling their lawyers yet? Because Shadowrun's already been created.