I can understand the disappointment at the new direction for Close Combat but what the hell, people?
They announced co-op because they're (gasp) supporting it. This just put the game on my radar. That's the point of the announcement. Job well done - at least in my case as a prospective buyer. Haven't played a truly great coop game since H&D, Urban Ops, and SS.
Yeah yeah, another marine FPS. Well, the graphics look good enough, and if the gameplay is there (random spawns, tight feel) it'll hopefully give us a lot to play with (especially with a level editor!). Hell, at this point I'd play Candyland 2: Sugar Shield (the FPS) if it had good co-op.
This comment was edited on Jan 8, 08:31.