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Old 05-12-2011, 02:56 PM   #26
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Color me excite.

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The first game had subpar graphics but those screenshtos look amazing

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Starhawk: The Reveal of a Bold New Frontier

Within seconds of the starting the Starhawk reveal video I'm blown away. Not just by the game itself, but by how much risk Sony is taking with it. Abandoned is the art style and universe of the Warhawk franchise Starhawk is building on. Instead, Starhawk is going in a decidedly Western direction. On top of that, Sony's giving this PlayStation 3 exclusive title – one the company is hoping to develop into a new franchise – to Lightbox Interactive, an unproven studio based in Austin, Texas. Add to this its unorthodox lead character and its new focus on single player, and the chance for disaster or outright rejection by fans looks about as likely as people digging it as much as I did.

Starhawk is a third-person shooter, set in a universe where humans are exploring and colonizing the stars. Many people, and more specifically miners, are searching for a powerful substance called Rift Energy. You play as Emmet Graves, an ex-miner who's been tainted by Rift Energy but lived to tell the tale. Now he's on a quest to take out an evil group of humans who've been mutated by Rift Energy and collectively refer to themselves as the Outcasts. At his disposal are an array of heavy weapons, structures he can call down from the sky to erect defenses, as well as powerful airships called Hawks.


Warhawk never had that well-developed of a universe, but it definitely had a style that hinted at influences from the World War II era. Starhawk does away with all of this, though, taking the franchise in a direction that mixes future technology and space travel with a cowboy vibe. The lead character, Emmett Graves, embodies this perfectly. He's dressed like a desperado and looks equally ready to pilot a Hawk as he does to tie down a bull. But along with this, he's got metal parts protruding from his back, technology that keeps him alive despite his encounter with a toxic substance called Rift Energy. It's an odd juxtaposition that looks really good together, but I'm curious how it'll sit with fans of the older games. With the exception of the occasional hit like Red Dead Redemption or Gun, Western titles and cowboys aren't exactly the most popular things nowadays.

Graves is also interesting as a character because, in the realm of gaming, he's unique in one major way: he's black. I'm told it wasn't a conscious decision, but Emmett Graves represents a woefully tiny set of black protagonists in games. Add to this his character being tainted by Rift Energy (he survives with careful implants, usually it just mutates you into monsters known as Outcasts), and there's potential for themes about stigma and persecution potentially tossed into Starhawk. Personally, I think that sounds great and I think he's a great looking character, but I'm curious how fans will react when they're placed in the shoes of a minority. Will Graves speak to them? Will they even have the maturity to contemplate this instead of just spewing forth the typical vitriol of an Internet gaming message board?

With its new lead character, the next big leap Lightbox Interactive decided to take with Starhawk was to make single player as big a focus as the multiplayer. Unlike the PS3 Warhawk, which was an online multiplayer-only title, Starhawk is attempting to build a franchise with characters and a universe we can fall in love with for years to come. This is Emmett's story, and we're going to play an hours-long campaign that tells about his struggle to help the miners fight off the Outcast threat. The tricky part is going to be making it interesting.

The one stage I played put Emmett against waves of attacking Outcasts, and it played a lot like a tower defense game (albeit one with badass Hawks and buildings raining from the sky), but I'm curious how they'll make the campaign interesting in the long run. A bunch of levels that boil down to "kill base X" or "defend position Y" aren't going to make for very compelling scenarios that tell a heartfelt story, yet that seems to be exactly what Lightbox wants to do.

Besides a campaign, the hook of Starhawk's gameplay that really sets it apart from what's come before in the series is its "Build and Battle" design. This silly slogan betrays what's actually a pretty ambitious idea, though – namely letting players build structures almost anywhere on the battlefield. Both multiplayer and single player allow players to call down structures from the sky, granting them access to everything from turrets to walls to depots that can deploy jeeps and Hawks. The battlefield is yours to manipulate and shape, and the hope is that this will radically alter the way each level is played. Say, for instance, I create a choke point with my resources, while you play the same level and just focus on building vehicles depots. In the end, we'll probably both beat the level, but our experiences will have been pretty different, suiting our individual styles of play.

Warhawk never had that well-developed of a universe, but it definitely had a style that hinted at influences from the World War II era. Starhawk does away with all of this, though, taking the franchise in a direction that mixes future technology and space travel with a cowboy vibe. The lead character, Emmett Graves, embodies this perfectly. He's dressed like a desperado and looks equally ready to pilot a Hawk as he does to tie down a bull. But along with this, he's got metal parts protruding from his back, technology that keeps him alive despite his encounter with a toxic substance called Rift Energy. It's an odd juxtaposition that looks really good together, but I'm curious how it'll sit with fans of the older games. With the exception of the occasional hit like Red Dead Redemption or Gun, Western titles and cowboys aren't exactly the most popular things nowadays.

Graves is also interesting as a character because, in the realm of gaming, he's unique in one major way: he's black. I'm told it wasn't a conscious decision, but Emmett Graves represents a woefully tiny set of black protagonists in games. Add to this his character being tainted by Rift Energy (he survives with careful implants, usually it just mutates you into monsters known as Outcasts), and there's potential for themes about stigma and persecution potentially tossed into Starhawk. Personally, I think that sounds great and I think he's a great looking character, but I'm curious how fans will react when they're placed in the shoes of a minority. Will Graves speak to them? Will they even have the maturity to contemplate this instead of just spewing forth the typical vitriol of an Internet gaming message board?

With its new lead character, the next big leap Lightbox Interactive decided to take with Starhawk was to make single player as big a focus as the multiplayer. Unlike the PS3 Warhawk, which was an online multiplayer-only title, Starhawk is attempting to build a franchise with characters and a universe we can fall in love with for years to come. This is Emmett's story, and we're going to play an hours-long campaign that tells about his struggle to help the miners fight off the Outcast threat. The tricky part is going to be making it interesting.

The one stage I played put Emmett against waves of attacking Outcasts, and it played a lot like a tower defense game (albeit one with badass Hawks and buildings raining from the sky), but I'm curious how they'll make the campaign interesting in the long run. A bunch of levels that boil down to "kill base X" or "defend position Y" aren't going to make for very compelling scenarios that tell a heartfelt story, yet that seems to be exactly what Lightbox wants to do.

Besides a campaign, the hook of Starhawk's gameplay that really sets it apart from what's come before in the series is its "Build and Battle" design. This silly slogan betrays what's actually a pretty ambitious idea, though – namely letting players build structures almost anywhere on the battlefield. Both multiplayer and single player allow players to call down structures from the sky, granting them access to everything from turrets to walls to depots that can deploy jeeps and Hawks. The battlefield is yours to manipulate and shape, and the hope is that this will radically alter the way each level is played. Say, for instance, I create a choke point with my resources, while you play the same level and just focus on building vehicles depots. In the end, we'll probably both beat the level, but our experiences will have been pretty different, suiting our individual styles of play.




The danger in this is how to handle building in multiplayer. When I played a few matches of capture the flag, each side was only allowed to build 16 structures. It sounds like a lot, but when there's no ability to recall or demolish a structure you no longer need, you can run into problems. On one level, we didn't even have any Hawk depots, leaving us unable to executefast aerial assaults. I'm told that this is something they're working on, but it's a complicated problem to overcome. Allowing anyone on the team to demolish buildings could mean a player could just blow up structures to be a jerk, but clearly the current system doesn't work either. It's tough to say how this system will ultimately function, but it's a potentially volatile situation when you're putting so much power in the hands of a team of uncoordinated online players.

I might sound down on Starhawk, but I assure you I'm not – it looks really cool for how early in development it is. Not all the decisions the developers made seem risky, either, such as the ability for the titular Hawks to transform between being jets and mechs. Yup, the Hawks are now akin to Transformers, and it isn't uncommon to see players soar through the air, transform midway, and come crashing onto the ground guns blazing.

Several parts of Starhawk are points of possible contention or significant design challenges, but after playing it and participating in the reveal event I'm a believer. Lightbox Interactive may not have shipped a game as a team, but it's composed of people who've worked on Twisted Metal, War of the Monsters and the last Warhawk title. More than that, the studio is bold, passionate and not afraid to try something that could bite them in the ass. They say everything's bigger in Texas, and apparently that applies to ambition, too.

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Old 05-13-2011, 05:48 AM   #29
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Single player will be multiplayer with bots, basically. Maybe a bit different.

But multiplayer will be where it's at. Those transformer jets are awesome.

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I hope it doesnt get too serious. Not that the last game had much humor but it had a very distinctive art style which has been thrown away for something more grittier

I have to say out of every PS3 exclusive, Warhawk had by far the best online community. For such an early game in the system's life cycle Sony did rather well with this online only title. I put in so many hours into it and it was by far my most played game the first year of owning my system. I eagerly anticipated all the DLC and purcahsed them day one and I even stuck with it when they had that glitch or whatever which reset stats on the leaderboard. I really hope Starhawk manages to retain its unique approach and doesnt try too hard to emulate the bigger online games which have been released since

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Wow this looks like fun. The RTS-like building walls, turrets, garages etc. mean you can never have the same strategy going into a game. Can't wait to play it.

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and check out the details on the new character model


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Awesome. I have heard some complain about the new look of the game, but I'm cool with it. Warhawk was never about the visuals to me in the first place. As long as it has the same fun gameplay, I'm getting it day one.

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Caught some of it on Gametrailers last night, it looks pretty wild.

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I love that the main protagonist is black. There arent too many of them in videogames

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this game looks amazing way better than the first one!! You won't have to pay to play online right?

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this game looks amazing way better than the first one!! You won't have to pay to play online right?
Why would you? The only pay for play game on the PS3 is DCUO and thats bc its an MMO.

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ok that's good i don't know i just thought that u had to pay for some reason... But this game looks really good Warhawk to me looked really boring but this, this game looks like a game that screams FUN FUN FUN!!!

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I suggest you try Warhawk. I think there is a demo on the store, so pick it up when the PSN is back up. It is the furthest thing from boring.

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I bought it for 9.99 and I probably traded it in for less. I should have taken it back before the seven days were up. I couldn't get into Warhawk, and it was impossible to kill anyone.

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Haha, I just realized this thread is over 2 years old. It only took them this long to officially announce the game.

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Emmett looks cool there. Digging the "Firefly" style they're going for.

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Gameplay footage.

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CTF gameplay. Soooooo awesome.

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Just saw some footage from e3 at ign and Tia game looks gorgeous

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Public beta in the works.

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Oh you know that I can’t talk about the BETA right now!!!!
But rest assured that Harvard (our Sr. Producer at SCEA) and we at LightBox Interactive will make damn sure there is a really great public BETA for Starhawk — when the time is right ;-)
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Free Starhawk Theme for everybody:

8AQ5 - 4EN5 - F59D

It was hidden on their website. Don't know when it expires, so get to downloading if you want it.

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Official Fact Sheet:

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  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment AmericaLLC (SCEA)
  • Developer: LightBox Interactive, in conjunction with SCEA’s Santa Monica Studio
  • Platform: PlayStation®3 (PS3™) Computer Entertainment System
  • Genre: Third Person Shooter
  • Players: Up to 32 players online, 4 player online co-op
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Rating: “RP” for Rating Pending
OVERVIEW:
From the creators of Warhawk comes a bold new third person shooter adventure developed by LightBox Interactive, in collaboration with Sony Computer Entertainment America’s (SCEA) Santa Monica Studio exclusivelyfor the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) system– Starhawk™. Set in the lawless frontier of space, Starhawk provides fast paced shooter action allowing players to instantly alter the battlefield by calling down offensive and defensive structures to your advantage in real-time from an orbiting drop ship, all while blasting away at enemies in the middle of huge single player or multiplayer firefights. Experience the intense frenetic combat on foot, in landvehicles, or in the skies while playing a full singleplayer campaign, engaging in epic 32 player battlesonline, or teaming up with friends in offline and online co-operative play.
Starhawk’s feature set begins with a host of weaponry and a multitude of vehicles for high-speed, extreme combat combined with intense vehicular warfare on both land and air. The game’s innovative Build & Battle system letsplayers alter the moment to moment action by giving them the ability to change the dynamic of the battlefield instantly with a selection of base structures at their disposal, all while in the midst of the fight. By the touch of a button players can violently deploy a number of buildings, vehicles, or artillery to strategically complete mission objectives and defeat enemies. Through the sophisticated architecture of the PS3 system, the instantaneous customization that Build & Battle provides, as well as the breadth of gameplay that spans multiple modes, is made possible.
The Starhawk universe is set in the distant future, out in the far reaches of space where factions battle over a rare and dangerous resource known as Rift Energy. In this galaxy, colonies of humans, called Rifters, explore a scattering of planets, known as the Frontier, in attempt to mine this energy to make an honest living, but find their way of life threatened by the Outcast, a ruthless species of humans who have mutated into psychotic monsters due to exposure to this very same Rift Energy. Caught in the middle is Emmett Graves, a hired gunslinger ostracized from society because of his own exposure to Rift Energy, leaving him partially mutated, but still able to retain his humanity. Starhawk allows you to take on the powerful role of Graveswho is drawn back to his home settlement of White Sands on the Planet Dust to face a mysterious outlaw and his war band of Outcast warriors only to discover that this job may mean more to him than he could have ever imagined. He will soon find out that his family is involved in the clash between the Outcast and the Rifters and therefore must decide between those close to him and those he swore to protect.
KEY FEATURES:
  • Intense Air, Ground, and Vehicular Combat – Experience action-packed run and gun gameplay on foot or pilot vehicles for an incredible range of combat.
  • New Build & Battle System – Change the battlefield to your advantage and call down equipment, vehicles and fortifications instantly from an orbiting drop ship.
  • Full Single Player Campaign and Co-op Modes – Bring justice to the lawless frontier of space as outcast gunslinger Emmett Graves or team up with friends in 1-4 online or offline player co-op mode.
  • Epic 32 Online Multiplayer Battles – Engage opponents via multiple maps spanning various unique worlds.
  • Fully Leverages PlayStation 3 Starhawk’s breadth of gameplay that spans multiple modes (air, ground, vehicular), as well as the innovative Build & Battle system can only be done seamlessly, without pause, on PS3.
  • Dogfighting in Space Starhawk’s solo and online multiplayer campaign will include space flight gameplay (picture fighting through massive space stations and asteroids), in addition to the action-packed run and gun ground combat on foot or in different vehicles.
  • Community Features – Player hosted tournaments, leaderboards, and clan support with additional friends list and quick match features. Users can also keep up to date with the community events calendar, ticker tape updates, and a Starhawk Android app that will allow users to keep track of friends, clan mates, and stats when not online.


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4 Player online Co-op?? Sounds good to me!

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Does this have a release date?

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