Originally Posted by acerace
Maybe, just maybe this games have great physics, building can be destroyed, realistic ragdoll etc. Somethings gotta give you know.
That's what will have to be looked for in this kind of game, aside from really smooth and nuanced cartoonish graphics. As usual, everyone is looking for flamboyant, violent, and realistic graphics. Epic makes money on licensing their graphics engines to other companies. What matters is showing off the nuances of an engine, that distinguishes it from others. I have the feeling Epic doesn't really care too much
about how well their game releases do, to a certain point. They're just advertisements for the engines.