A Devious Secret World Launch Trailer
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- Jul 3, 2012
Get a taste of what's to come in this Secret World launch trailer.
Not sure what to think with this game... EA logo kinda made me skeptical, I think I'll save my money for GW2
Looks interesting, but not something I'm rushing to get, though. Gotta say the music was freakin' awesome (sounded like some Etta James or Ella Fitzgerald).
Ahh, the power of good music....nothing quite like it. ^_^
What can I say. The only thing that I can remember of the trailer was "wow the song is good! Game was a bit dull... I can see silent hill in it... And the characters look a bit stiff.
Wow, if only the in-game storytelling and, well, gameplay were nearly up to that quality. *sigh* Well, at least that 'gym battle' video shows off what a snoozefest it is.
And so I Answer myself...the music is: Dinah Washington / Max Richter - This Bitter Earth / On The Nature Of Daylight
What a Beautifully produced trailer, loved the mix of the music and the scenes...hope the game is equally awesome, man, what music was that?
hard to say it's between maybe or no.. well if i really ran out of true games maybe i'll looking to it 10%
@Hadoki true, it really is crap!
Game is TOO BAD to pay, crap gameplay and tonns of bugs, looks like similar asian game,web have tonns of games like this FOR FREE!
Lmao that song is in the credit roll of Shutter Island. Nice song. And a good break for today's music.