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 Gameguru Mania News - May,21 2005 -  
Hellgate: London E3 movie - movie
(hx) 06:38 AM EDT - May,21 2005 - Post a comment
Flagship Studios has released the E3 movie trailer (local US mirror ~ 201.6MB)  for Hellgate: London, the upcoming first person action RPG set in a post-apocalyptic London. The trailer clocks in at just over four minutes of impressively action-packed cinematic footage to introduce a bit of the game's setting and two main characters. The trailer can also be found on 3DGamers.

In related news, GameSpot has posted their E3 impressions:
We also had a chance to play the game ourselves, and while it does use your keyboard's W, A, S, and D keys along with your mouse to aim (and the game does seem to be paced faster than Diablo), it clearly doesn't require the manual dexterity you'd need in a first-person shooter. Again, Hellgate is played from a first-person perspective (and switches to a third-person perspective if you have melee weapons equipped). And you do use guns to fire, but your aim and how much damage you deal are actually determined by your character's skill and ability scores, similar to the way combat is determined in NetDevil's upcoming online game Auto Assault. Like with Diablo, the most effective way to deal with any given group of enemies is to strafe around them, dodging any incoming attacks and counterattacking continuously.
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