Watch Capcom’s Deep Down Presentation From Tokyo Game Show

By Ishaan . October 11, 2013 . 9:00am

Sony have shared a look at some of the presentations from their Tokyo Game Show booth last month, where a variety of game developers took the stage to show their titles off. First up is Capcom’s Deep Down, which you can find below.

 

 

Deep Down is a free-to-play online RPG in development for PlayStation 4. You can read our hands-on impressions of the game here.


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  • Masa

    look like a demon souls rip off.

    • Sergio Briceño

      Maybe deep down it has a soul of it’s own.

    • Ryujin

      And what exactly is that statement based on? The fact that it seems to be a pretty slow-paced, pseudo-medieval action RPG with a lot of tight corridors?

      Because as far as I’m concerned, that’s about where the similarities between both titles end. Maybe it was inspired by the success of the Souls games, but the gameplay definitely seems to be shooting for something else entirely. I don’t recall the Souls games having you aim your spear thrusts like that or putting up a magical barrier to block a dragon’s breath. We’ve hardly seen any sword combat, only a handful of spells so far…With how little we really know about Deep Down, it’s far too early to be passing that kind of judgement. I don’t mean to hate, but you might want to start giving games a chance to prove they’re their own thing before dismissing them as “just a rip-off”.

      Honestly, if this is a Demon’s Souls clone, pretty much any game that has swords, armour and magic is ripping off of all other fantasy games.

    • MrTyrant

      Even if its like that It wouldn’t be a bad thing. For me at least, it’s not like copying any Souls formula would make a bad game.

  • ElAbuelo69

    boooooooooooooooooooring…c’mon Capcom, please!!!

  • TheExile285

    Graphics are very nice

  • Namuro

    Wow! I really like what I saw so far! The combat looks really fun, though it seems simple, but I can see that they went for the precision and timing rather than flashy combos. I also really like how you can damage individual body parts to stagger/stun enemies, makes the combat more tactical. Last but not least…the graphic. Oh man, the effects and everything, especially the fire, they were done really well. I especially love the time-stop part, it looked absolutely gorgeous.

    Man, I wish I can try this game out myself right now!

  • Juan Andrés Valencia

    I really like what I’m seeing but at the same time I can’t understand how the F2P model will work in this game.

    • Wesley Kenneth Houpt Mattingly

      F2P models work well in Japan, it’s probably purchases for speedier leveling, or access to better gear sooner, or customization. Japanese will eat that up. Now will it fair so well in US/EU? It could, microtransactions are becoming more common in games, and everyone knows that ME3 multiplayer had its $2.99 transactions the top downloads for months on end when it came out.

    • gerald

      I can guess, but most of them would be bad. A game like this needs to make back a lot of money so it’ll probably be a pain to play for free.

      “Your stamina is depleted. Cooldown time 24hrs” [Buy Stamina Drink]
      “Upgrade your equipment” [Standard Upgrade] [Premium Upgrade]
      “You died” [Restart] [NOPE $$$]

  • Kornelious

    I cant hear the MUSIC! Seriously though, Capcom don’t screw this up ok.
    Also i wonder if you can customize your character?

  • notforsale

    Amazing.

  • http://www.isfuturebright.com/ Silvio Carréra

    Reminds me of Dark Souls. I like it :)

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