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Source Remember when that Sly Cooper movie was teased all the way back in the ancient year of 2014? Well either that is still on the fence or it has been broken down and rebuilt as this upcoming animated series by Sony and Technicolor Animation Productions. No details on a release date nor for voice cast roles are available at this time. Here's what we know about the show so far: Also, by word of Sandrine Nguyen, Managing Director, Technicolor Animation Productions: I, for one, was hooked the minute I read that this would be handled by Technicolor because they are the same team behind the Sonic Boom cartoon, and if this is anything like the Sonic Boom cartoon (which is insanely funny and entertaining and I recommend both fans of Sonic and cartoons in general to check it out), it will be a sure-fire hit that will hopefully breed interest for even more Sly stuff in the future. We do still need a Sly 5 after all. Fingers crossed. :wacko:
Hey guys!So, I have this idea for a super-ambitious, expansive game that mixes the classic gameplay of old-school JRPGs with the insane worldbuilding of modern Western RPGs, while adding a good bit of unique flavor in, as well....However, since having such an ambitious project as my first game is a frankly stupid idea, I've put that idea on the backburner and have instead begun work on a new (-ish, but saying why would be telling), smaller project with the tentative title of "Within These Walls".To start, here's a quick proof-of-concept video of what I'm going for, at least in terms of setting and whatnot (sorry about the audio, my everything is terrible :angry: ):http://youtu.be/MZ-Pg0cOoAAAlso, here's the game itself, if anyone wants to go in and take a better look than the video provides:http://www.mediafire.com/download/y13f34hsoqr4pt9/Orbis_0.exeSo, as you can tell, I'm going for a more story-driven and exploration-based game. There will be combat, but explaining when and where would stray into spoiler territory (although genre-savvy viewers can probably predict such things :wink:) .Alright, on to the point of this topic. You guys might have been able to notice, the entire game thus far has been made with either the default RPG Maker VX Ace stuff, other people's scripts, and stock sounds. Also, the writing's pretty terrible and I'm not as good with RPG Maker as I want to be. So, I'm recruiting a ragtag bunch of misfits to help me make this game!Here's what I need:Writers: Okay, as I mentioned, my writing's pretty garbage. So, I'd like at least 1 writer who can help me do the...well, writing. I'll divide this category into 3 subcategories:Scenario Writers: Someone who can help me iron down the plot points of the gameDialogue Writers: Self-explanatory, I suck at writing conversations, need help doing so."General Writers": Someone who can write things like item descriptions, observations, narrations, etc.Artists: Alright, I'll level with you guys: I can barely draw a stick figure, So this might actually be the biggest thing I need help with. Both a sprite artist and a character portrait artist would be great, anything beyond that will depend on what's needed at the time."Programmers": Pretty much just someone who can use RPG Maker better than I can. Some scripting experience would be nice on the off-chance that we need to do something that other people haven't found a solution for yet, but it's not necessary.Composers (Maybe): This might not be needed, since I have a few personal friends that are composers; however, I haven't spoken to them for awhile, so having some musicians on call would be nice ...I think that's it. Anyway, It would be great if we could get this project off the ground. Thanks for your time!P.S. Can someone help me embed that video, I guess I messed something up
Over the PS360 generation-onward, many games have been flakked of being "unfinished" or "incomplete" as a synonyms, some of the common criticisms are being "lacking" content that they "should have", features not working properly, glitches & bugs, undervelop writing (for games that have narratives). Now, the question is: How many of them are actually valid & legit criticisms? And which are just only "greedy" whines from the consumer? Finally, What´s your definition of "unfinished/iincomplete" game?
Just finished doing a speed run of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix hd and it got me thinking of the original beta trailer for the game and how scenes were changed or left out completely. I tried to get all the changes, or removed scenes, but some were just too short to include, also there is an example of one of the comparisons below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coqz9gkq0xU