A good movie maaaybe, but only if it was some art house indie shit like Springbreakers. Suggesting an animated series is nothing short of idiotic.
A Max Payne series that's a prequel, or maybe set in between the 1st and 2nd games showing Max on the force and investigated cases and shit, done in the same style as Batman: TAS would make me wet
But anon: http://www.polygon.com/2015/9/17/9345909/ace-attorney-anime-april-2016
Renowned Explorers looks promising. Maybe a pseudo educational cartoon like Hysteria
Why do I keep seeing /v/ here
I know it sucks there, and there's too much shitposting, but this really isn't the place
maybe have the hook be some kind of Groundhogs day where season 1 or the first half of it is a sloppy neutral kind of run until a point the reset ability comes into play and then going through old episodes with pure pacifist methodology. Not sure if a genocide run would really fly in cartoon though
A Mario cartoon if the right people worked on it like Genndy or Craig.
To be fair since Steam Greenlight and Early Access was introduced, Steam has little to no quality control and many people used it as a way to scam people with shitty low quality and unfinished games. Not too say that's always the case though, it's just what started the growing disdain and as >>77986688 posted many people will quickly proclaim a game as shit if it becomes too popular or certain groups like reddit and tumblr enjoy it which is retarded but it's not like /co/ doesn't do the same thing all the time.
>/v/ hates indie games
>/v/ hates popular games
If they seem to you to hate both then perhaps you're just reducing their arguments down to nothing.
What I'm hearing here is that they just don't like your favorite game.
It's a shame the official comic they commissioned was ten kinds of suck, it had real /co/ potential and they threw it away.
>What I'm hearing here is that they just don't like your favorite game
that's pretty much the notion I get whenever I see undertale babbies going on sperg overdrives over people not giving them the validation they need for enjoying their already popular thing.
eh, I dunno. it would be cute af, but undertale is so impactful because you are ostensibly the one acting through the character. you the player are responsible for everyone's fate and the way the game plays on that is what makes it so good.
you'd have to make frisk be their own character which would take that away.
and giving a silent protag a voice is usually stupid gestures emphatically at legend of zelda cdi games
I think Frisk was never meant to be the player avatar. Frisk is only Frisk after you complete a pacifist run because Frisk is the ultimate goody goody. But you do refer to yourself as the name you enter/Chara if you do the genocide run probably as some Spec Ops message of you as a player are a genocidal monster playing so many games where you're main input is murder everything you come across
I know, I'm pretty hype.
tfw Part 4 anime in April too
I know it should be a Game of Thrones level budget HBO show but fuck it I want a goddamn Metal Gear show and I don't care how it gets made.
An animated space opera with some comic relief.
I'd watch the fuck out of it.
I feel like this would be like a kids show...
And many deaths also...
Watch_Dogs I think would be pretty good, like a Burn Notice or the Blacklist type of show. It'd be a good tech show with the suspension of disbelief that comes with it being from a video game.
>lol you left your grenades logged into facebook
A Putt-Putt show would be great for kids.
i will now post the obvious Toonstruck
One of my favorite threads from the old archive years and years ago was a bunch of anons coming up with a hypothetical Warcraft cartoon that followed small bands of adventurers, alternating between Horde and Alliance. I'd love to see it.
>we'll never get that webcomic
Every once in a while I remember that Spyro the Dragon movie that got (as far as I know) decently far into production before being canned. There's no way it would have been good, but still.
I'd kill for a Don't Starve show. You can even keep the instrument voices and put subtitles in. And so long as they use the same animation style from the trailers.
You just won't find the respect Manny Pardo deserves anywhere else on the internet.
It was one of the Kickstarter stretch goals that was reached. $7000 got Spade (the edgy ninja panda) as a playable character and a non-specific "webcomic series" on top of that, and the crowd funding reached $25,472.
Frankly, with the storytelling chops on show in the game, it's not a huge loss. It would have been a curiosity more than anything.
We all miss it anon.
When I first played the game I played on the No Story mode and the story I imagined based on the few short cutscenes that aren't removed in that Arcade mode was waaaaay cooler than what I got when I played Story Mode (not saying much)
I've been thinking way too much into how an Undertale cartoon would work. Undertale plays off the tropes and interaction of a game, so for a cartoon it has to do the same for that medium.
>Starts as a cute kid show, almost villian of the week type deal, classic.
>People start noticing that one of the characters, the flower, is showing up on other shows from the network in the background. A neat promotional stunt!
>They are coming up to the conclusion, a one hour series finale. To celebrate, they are marathoning the series over again. Sure, they are the same episodes, but keen viewers and fans notice something, added extra frames.
>It's that damn flower again.
>Finale is here, finally Frisk can convince Asgore to let her go home!
>Here's your best friend Flowey! He won't let the next show start, you'll be stuck watching him and UNDERTALE forever. He's broken the network.
>Frisk manages to prevail but the ending is on a sad note, network announces the adventure isn't over, there's a network movie event being planned.
> It's the story retold, honestly nothing really special besides a few extra new scenes. Really for the kids and the hard core fans.
>Until we get to Asgore again... and Flowey.
>Asriel is addressing you, the viewer.
>Maybe you are a kid who's growing to old for cartoons. Or a devoted animation fan who's getting bored with the same ARG content. You'll eventually stop watching.
>He can't lost someone like you again.
>He's so lonely...
but they aren't wrong though
/v/ is probably one of the most contrarian boards i've ever been to here. sure they might get it right once in a while but think about how right a broken clock is
The real problem is that most people seem to go to /v/ to whine about things they don't like, instead of discussing the things they do enjoy. This gives off the appearance that they just hate everything