"The contradictions in this announcement are all, I'm sure, due to the translation into English."
Actually, the original press-release (which is in Russian, as some of you might have already guessed) says the same thing. So no translation mistakes here.
What about a FPS where the lead female character is sensibly dressed and never resorts to sexual innuendo?
Wouldn't it be the most boring FPS of all time?
And, yes, it's been done before. See Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith (with Mara Jade).
Full destructable environments coupled with excellent gameplay
See Red Faction. This one basically sucks, but quality of the gameplay and originality are two entirely different things.
But how about some realistic allied squad AI? How about dynamic enemy AI which will shift allegiance and make broad, strategic decisions based on the bigger picture?
It is achievable by advanced programming and good use of resources, rather than innovation.
What about a time-travel FPS where you try to shape the present by modifying the past, travelling freely between two time periods?
I smell Prince of Persia: Warrior Within on this one. We already have a TPS game with time-travel, let's make a FPS one! Hardly an innovation.
What about a FPS where you lead an antire army, on the scale of Rome: Total War, into battle?
Take Operation: Flashpoint and re-create it using today's computing power. Oh, wait... Bohemia Interactive is making a sequel! Hm, nothing new here, as well.This comment was edited on Feb 5, 02:16.