wrap it up. we're done here. it was a nice run we had, but nope.
game? Quantum Break: I finished it over the weekend and really, really enjoyed it. I did find that the FMV stuff grated on me, since it has a mostly different cast telliing an almost parallel story (ie cheaper unknowns) with only a few shots of the main cast interspersed. I stopped watching around the third one.
The game itself was great. It's not really a plain shooter more Uncharted platforming combined with Force Unleashed style powers and Alan Wake puzzle shooting (combining the powers with the shooting- you can't get very far with shooting alone). The story is a bit silly but the in-game storytelling is nicely done. there's even one 'feel' at the very end
the woman who gets sent back in the past for 10 years and then dies is seen alive in one time travel moment and you can see a lovely bit of mocapped acting when Jack thinks about saving her but decides he shouldn't. Its done with a look and it works
. Aidan Gillan is totally wooden, though.
I tried to play Elite Dangerous and got about 1/2 way through the first tute shooting barrels before quitting and starting a replay of Portal 2.
OMG that game has yet to be REKT for gameplay and LOLZ IMHO.
you could try the other two films he directed around the same time - ninja scroll and Demon City Shinjuku , there are many other good films out there that are nothing like those mentioned but fill all other requirements, eg summer wars
also Wonderful_Days or sky blue depending on what cut and dub of the film you are watching is a really good Korean film directed all the way back in 2003 that rivals films from 2013/14 in the animation department just a shame we didn't get more from that director before he passed away
Ninja Scroll got me into anime before I knew it was anime. I think I know of demon city, it might've been an ad on sbs before or after ninja scroll. I'll have to check out the rest of the names you mentioned
Very true, the flavouring has been way too small for a few years too. Someone said previously that they redid them a few years back which I can agree with. 2005ish was the GOAT year for Shapes I think.
I did really love it and enjoy more than most Telltale games. Part of was the whole teen drama aspect, that made it feel more grounded and different than any Telltale thing. Probably helps that I've watched way too much teen drama, both in live action and anime.
Yeah. Theres a generic base format called HDR10 and theres Dolby Vision. From what I understand some tvs support one and not the other and content I guess will be the same. Curious to see how it shakes out. With content on BD DTS-HD MA seems to have beaten TrueHD....so maybe Dolby will lose out again.