Damn na­ture, you scary

Games Master - - Feature -

You can’t fault Wild’s ambition. Be­yond Good And Evil cre­ator Michel An­cel en­vis­ages a pre­his­toric world that spans an en­tire con­ti­nent, en­com­pass­ing dy­namic weather, a day/night cy­cle, and all four sea­sons. You can pos­sess any an­i­mal, from soar­ing ea­gles to swim­ming cat­fish, and each has its own abil­i­ties. To de­stroy a camp of tribes­men you’ll use a rab­bit for dis­trac­tion be­fore charg­ing in on the back of a mas­sive bear. There’s mys­te­ri­ous mul­ti­player too, open­ing up the pos­si­bil­ity of spy­ing on mates as a crow. The only slight worry? We haven’t heard so much as a bleat from An­cel’s stu­dio, Wild Sheep, in over a year.

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