>There will never be a female lead like Tanya ever again.
The live action shit was great.
It was supposed to be cheesy as fuck just like the original.
The limited singleplayer campaigns were the result of a small budget and short dev time thanks to Sony's lack of confidence in the IP, and even still the SP was pretty decent.
Cutscenes and mobile phone calls are atomic cringe inducing. I wasn't getting a campy vibe, just some 40-year old writer's imagined way that 20 somethings speak to each other.
The driving was extremely good when I played it in the beta though, and the graphics are 9/10.
>games will never have live action cutscenes again
Most racing games with an open world as a hub are arcade, and not sims.
The few NFS closer to sims are the shift series, and I'm pushing it.
So I don't get how those terms are opposed. In any case, I enjoyed the game, but it's not the holy grail of racing games, so I'm not gonna defend it if someone shits on it.
Mark Hamill and John Rhys Davies are both back for Squadron 42, and I couldn't be fucking happier.
Wing Commander 3 was revolutionary in terms of storytelling, but Wing Commander 4 is still to this day a true God Tier game.
The whole story and acting was fucking epic.
Malcolm Fucking McDowell.
God I must have blown my load to the RA3 girls at least 50+ times when I was a teenager. Those lewd uniforms got me hard all the time and I had to stop playing so that I could cum.
FMV games can get pretty comfy and unintentionally hilarious
I recently played pic related
No, not really. It just makes me want to fap out of nostalgia.
>the majority of the 'Japanese' cast in re3 were Hawaiian
I love the live action cutscenes in RA2
it was so shittily made. like in all of the cutscenes with the korean submarine commander you can obviously see the green tint from the greenscreen everywhere shining into his face.
How did you kids feel about the new Need For Speed's cutscenes?
But Glorious Soviet Waifu was better.
She also aged very well to this day and looked absolutely gorgeous back in the 90's
Made it look like as if Kukan was the one who didn't want to act anymore, rather than their game being shit and disrespectful to the actors and fans, and the devs of past CNCs too.
Modern EA are so vile!
>Get me McNeil.
It's really not everyone's cup of tea though. Doesn't really have an end state as such, you just kinda delve into the mystery and keep going until you've had enough.
Flashback, another world and prince of persia are some of the best games I've played.
Who would have thought that rotoscoping/mocapping would become the standard?
>Within a computer game, we can create any reality, any universe that we want.
>Good, let's mimic humans as best as we can
Sort of. Its a kinda live action that's incorporated into the game rather than almost taking you out of it. Although it doesn't require props and costumes it requires just as much acting, more so than just voice acting.
Is there any game other rts than ra3 with co-op campaign?
I enjoyed ra3 solely because of it. Other than that it was a pretty shit game.
I love them and miss them. Also in the past there were more action movies that relied on acting more than computer effects so they felt attuned to the times while showing that acting and games can work alongside together.
>game has characters with real people faces
My only experience with games with live action cutscenes were:
and a Mobile Suit Gundam game that sort of played like a point and click adventure game with goofy western actors.
, some of it is lesbian