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THE BUZZ: Digital Extremes seems to be taking a practical approach in the development of its upcoming sequel to The Darkness. Monologues, a popular features from the original game that told players extra story bits between levels, are making a return. According to Seth Olshfski of 2K Games, the feature proved popular among the development crew as well, Seth had this to say;

You gotta sit there while the level loads anyway so why not, right? Bad narrative gets in the way; good narrative is additive. It’s not just about killing a dude, it’s about why you’re killing a dude.

EGM’s TAKE: We love a little context in our carnage. There’s nothing quite like knowing why you hate someone so much you need to create a black hole to decimate any hope they had at survival. I mean, it’s a black hole, what are they going to do? Circle strafe it?

Source: Reddit

Monologues Return in The Darkness II

Digital Extremes seems to be taking a practical approach in the development of the upcoming sequel to The Darkness. Monologues, a popular features from the original game that told players extra story bits between levels, are making a return.

By EGM Staff | 12/10/2011 12:24 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: Digital Extremes seems to be taking a practical approach in the development of its upcoming sequel to The Darkness. Monologues, a popular features from the original game that told players extra story bits between levels, are making a return. According to Seth Olshfski of 2K Games, the feature proved popular among the development crew as well, Seth had this to say;

You gotta sit there while the level loads anyway so why not, right? Bad narrative gets in the way; good narrative is additive. It’s not just about killing a dude, it’s about why you’re killing a dude.

EGM’s TAKE: We love a little context in our carnage. There’s nothing quite like knowing why you hate someone so much you need to create a black hole to decimate any hope they had at survival. I mean, it’s a black hole, what are they going to do? Circle strafe it?

Source: Reddit

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