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"I'm not going to chase after the people who hate our games, making compromises to our games, just to make them hate them slightly less, because we'll probably make the people who love our games love them slightly less as well."
We need much more of this.
The PlayStation brand in general has always been the best platform for quality exclusives. I don't think anyone can argue against that.
What is there to remember in the original? Wonky boobs and a T-rex. That's it.
They are the Core games the way you remember them being, in a way:
Perhaps the filmmakers couldn't decide whether to show her face or her bum on the poster?
Once again people don't know jack about what they are so angry about.
It's worth noting that the word pacifism takes on a slightly different meaning in relation to video games. It often alludes to a sort of technical challenge rather than social movement.
Think about potential ads. Parents and grandparents who vaguely remembered "them video games I used to play as a kid." They could have had another Wii.
During the process, South Park stalwart Eric Cartman will comment: "Don't worry, this doesn't affect combat. Just every other aspect of your whole life."
Our Aoife Wilson and Chris Bratt, who captured the gameplay in the video, asked Ubisoft developers about this feature during a recent hands-on event. They were told the difficulty of the game affects the amount of money you receive and the way other characters speak to you throughout the course of the game. It is, quite clearly, a social commentary on racism in modern society, and as far as video games go, a pretty effective one.
I'm not sure why this article goes to such pains to rub in the N64's technical limitations, but I suppose it's because the console's hardware is still very misunderstood and a common source of info about it (Wikipedia) is relentlessly negative about it (though to a lesser extent now than in the past).
(the texture size on N64 was dependent on what you could store in 4 KB - if you used low color depth you could have higher res textures than 32x64)
It's an undeniable fact and it's to Nintendo's shame that it is.
You know you are getting too old when you get 3 straight negs for stating a fact.
and a crude blur pass to treat aliasing on that 320x240 image,
Just need to make sure little hands don't overwrite my saves elsewhere- that's one good thing about Zelda being safe on a cart... :D