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30 June 2012 - 05:00 PM
21 June 2012 - 07:39 AMI have noticed a comapny never had big (gigantic)fans for their emotional anime games. I never heard about anybody talking about Cyberconnect2 except the games they often make (Naruto Ultimate Ninja, etc). That company had made several great games and shows too.
The company had made two separate emotional game series from what I known (in my opinion, one of the best too).
The one of the series is the ".hack" series. I never heard about that game often, but it should be big once virtual reality exists where gaming FEELS real. They recently made a Hybrid pack (for Japan since the company doesn't have enough money for america, but they do have other .Hack games that was sold for the Ps2), That includes ".hack//Versus" and ".hack//The Movie".
Gameplay for .hack//versus is at 1:32 of the video (@2:08 d-awww, it's hermit from .hack//Quantum).
Versus is a game based off of the Naruto Ultimate Ninja gameplay for the Ps3, from the looks of it, it starrs EVERY main character of the ".Hack" shows (even the old classic ones) and games. It's a game I am willing to really want to buy. I, myself, had never played a game from them. I only saw Quantum which was somewhat sad. Then again, it's a from from Namco, one of the best Anime, Story, game makers in the world.
For those who have never heard of the ".hack" series. The main plot of the stories is about a game that uses future technology where people could wear glasses to play games controlling your character's every single movement, like you are actually in the game. (From the looks of it, it's hospital approved) The game the whole series revolve on is called "The World". I wish to explain more, but I havn't played the games. They all look fun. I should buy them on ebay or such when I save enough.
Another game series Cyberconnect2 had made, was like the ".hack" games, but in a whole different reality that isn't based off of a game. The series is called the "Little Tail Bronx". Just Anthro people on Robots, people thought it would be a dead series as the fanbase grew during the 10 years after the first game "Tail Concerto" was made. Last year Solatorobo just came out in english too. Since the Ps1 never existed and the company didn't want to waste their time on making a Ps3 game for a poor series, they made Solatorobo for the DS (not 3DS).
Solatorobo was just a game where you can meet the people from Tail Concerto, but also has the ability to become a human in-game. It's a game about the disappearance of humans (idk, probably BECAUSE THEY ARE IN FLOATING ISLANDS?)
Tail concerto was a great game, but I never played Solatorobo.
I hope those kept the people who though the games were dead updated.
I somehow donated my money to Namco a month ago for a specific game, for some reason while I was going around the Korean store, I had found a game that I was sure supposed to NOT be sold in stores anymore.
but I have achieved my wish on my very own birthday too.
I had never owned a Klonoa game, so I decided to buy the game. I thought it was never sold again in stores. People all over america said it wasn't found since 2010 (should obviously be gone). I expected it to be removed already. Yet, I now have it in my very hands...A Korean game.... only thing sad is that the game is freaking Region locked so I couldn't play it which was a waste of my time. Atleast I owned the game... I should be like one of those Asian guys in the classic Wii commercials and knock on a random door to play a Wii in someone's house.
So there is what I felt like talking about on the videogame topic :1
10 June 2012 - 11:14 AMJust as I was very happy partially finishing the demo. Now that only made me more stressed somehow...
If you want something, here is part of the work I have been doing (1/4 of the project I planned until I now feel stressed, and partially emotional as usual).
Just be glad the song isn't some hard techno music.
So if you have Flash Player, go ahead and watch it. I'll finish it some other time when I feel productive...
09 June 2012 - 02:34 PM[Edited the thread post]
I never said I would quit, did I? I said I might, but It would require removing this post or never posting here again.
You guys what proof, right? So I will make a quick animation soon. possibly with Renard's "Going to the Party".
Just a part of it, not all, because it's the main story that counts. I will still put alot of work into the demo animation.
I am also doing this because I am very inspired by Edd Gould [RIP], and MikeInel, and Zeurel, and Unkown-Person, and all of those other great animators who have worked their butts off to see the fun of animation... Except for MikeInel, several pictures of his art is making him seem a little more bosnian than having fun lately. Also using several different songs that makes me energetic.
As for voice actors, I will have to animate the characters and lip-sync them first, then ask for any possible ones (might ask Teashi who she recommends), and lip-sync again to fit everything.
So... that's all the info I have for now...
Also, each chapter is an episode. So that's a reminder.
06 June 2012 - 01:42 PMThe Bastion (PC, Ps3, Xbox360)
A fun game, with a very artistic soundtracks (My favorite song is "Build that wall").
Also has an actual Narrator that comments on nearly whatever you do, he would comment on certain weapon combinations, it's a choice game. 3rd person. Just fun and artistic.