According to a report from TheWebit yesterday, former Epic Games developer Cliff Bleszinski talked about his thoughts regarding the new installments in "Killzone" and "inFamous" that were announced.
"I’ll be honest…I never 'got' 'Killzone.' I always thought the game was visually impressive. The environments and the level design sound, the guns look great and shoot well…but for some reason I never liked the universe that much.
"It never felt as tangible as a 'Metal Gear,' or a 'Halo,' or a 'Mario.' It just felt like a great looking shooter with “floaty” controls. As I mentioned on Twitter, I think there’s a ton of talent at Guerrilla and I was hoping they’d make a brand new property.
"The new 'Infamous Second Son' trailer was extremely exciting. It felt like 'Watch Dogs' Superhero Edition. Very Warren Ellis vibe to the whole thing initially… and then, to have to rest upon the 'Infamous' brand bummed me out.
"'Infamous' games are fantastic but never seemed to sell as well as they should have and it feels like someone in marketing got nervous launching an all new world so they had to fall back to the 'Infamous' branding," Bleszinski said.