Well, Simon. From everything they have stated the PC version is a totally different experience as far as the game-play. They both sport the same graphics and story-line but the rest of the PC version is supposed to be entirely different.
I have read a few previews (most are just blurbs) but I never put much stock in them anymore. So the demo will be the breaking point for me.
I have a pre-order in at my local EB but that can always be left in place or transferred over to another title if the demo is shite. Looks like we shall know soon enough.
Edit:Some if the info from this preview at IGN.http://pc.ign.com/articles/701/701730p1.html "Along with the story, there is a large similarity in the art style. While the engine is actually completely different for the PC version of the game, players will see very few noticeable differences."
Sounds good to me. Since most of us agree the console games lack what PC gamers desire in most cases. "GRIN is busy implementing Ageia physics as well for those lucky enough to have a physics processor in their system."
I guess the physics card is another thing being pushed by the industry. Only time and their price point will tell. "The big difference is that the levels have been completely redesigned by developer GRIN... " "One of the bigger differences from the 360 version is that the third-person mode has been completely removed from the equation." "Players will find that maps are much larger than they were in the 360 version and have been tuned and set-up to support a much more tactical style of gameplay. There'll be more corners to watch, more directions for enemies to come from, and generally more difficult gameplay."
Some of the best news so far. Maybe they (GRIN & the industry) are finally starting to listen to PC gamers. We want PC games not console ports. Only a few games have ever been good on both platforms.
Go read that preview top of page two is some really good news though he mentions the game is still more actiony then the original that may not be a bad thing.This comment was edited on Apr 24, 15:09.