Hmm... lot's of smoke, then about 20 seconds of things happening. Not giving much away are they? Still, a bit of blood and gore, should be enough to stave off some of the worries about them aiming for a U certificate anyway. I'm still looking forward to it, even if we don't really know anything about it story-wise yet (I'm trusting Dan Abnett on that front)...
*Sits back and waits for waves of Ultramarine Hate*
This movie is going to fail... I really hope it does well, for the hobbies sake, but I don't believe anything good will come of it. Although, on a happier note, there may very well be an explosion in the number of 11 year olds who play ultramarines.... Oh wait, shit.
"what is this? looks like a fanboys wet dream fail, and a waste of some voice acters time. Bro im sending you a bill for wasting 01.38 of my life...what in the hell is John Hurt doing on this low B project?"
I really want this to be awesome.. but.. the graphics are something from 10 years ago, as a few other guys said, the new space marine game is looking a lot better, the movements don't seem natural, weightless, shadowing on the thunder hawk is wrong, and that bit with the guy speaking.. it just looks wrong.
I don't know, it just doesn't look right to my eyes, as I said, they move wrong.. the sound doesn't seem to be right, look at the cgi on things like the trailer for old republic, hell even the space marine game.
it could be just the face they built around the captured facial expressions, where it doesn't match them, its kind of hard to explain, i suppose its like putting the smile of brad pitt on matt damon, it just wouldn't work
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