E3 2010 Trailer:
The small cast of playable characters (eight total spread across two storylines) and more serious tone should help boost the game a bit among those that feel the DW games are packed with "too much" content. Granted, what's here probably won't be a quickie weekend rental either, but the focus on telling a solid story (at least that's how it looks in the trailer above) should give the game replay value if it clicks with the target audience. While the more jaded critics out there will probably stomp all over the game's "repetitive" aspects, I'm going to give it a fair shake, as I'm a fan of the genre who appreciates any game as long as it's well made. Besides, who doesn't like a game with the ability to play as Spartans or Trojans (especially when there's no football or big-headed costumed mascots involved)?