Really now, how many different ways can Crytek UK (former makers of TimeSplitters) go with a trademark for something called Self Defense? The way I envision it, the game can be a one-versus-many story about a badass action hero, or it can be a videogame version of those self defense classes.
Strangely enough, I'm rooting for option number two -- think of how funny that'd be. Crytek UK ought to go all out with Self Defense and make it a motion control game (Wii, Move, and Natal) that comes with training armor and those foam pads that are always a blast to punch.
I can't wait to see how wrong my predictions are later this year -- assuming Crytek UK has an announcement of some sort in the pipeline for this year. Y'all better!
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