When the boss is destroying the WHOLE city apart while you are fighting against him, all in real time.
The dirt particles falling from the sides of the the broken city like a waterfall look amazing.
The toy model city looks fucking great, with lots of charisma in the building models, and the windows have reflections while you pass by.
The soft lightining makes the city look like a toy model.
But yeah, it looks like an N64 game, or so some people say.
The main characters are cool would be nice to see them closer ingame.
It needed a second view, too much things happening plus followed by end of conference and being all emotional, maybe why it was firstly bashed.
So far all nintendo games are quite clean graphically.
we know kamiya was working on a new title for years now..this game still hasn't even a name,so i suppose is not that much into development..if all of that is true,kamiya was working on something else before it was given the lead of this game
While the graphics aren't cutting edge, I think (know?) people are exaggerating because of that zoomed in look at the characters that doesn't really matter because it isn't how you'll look at the game. Graphics looks pretty good to me.
Even with an established console base and AAA production value(lul), and mature presentation(double lul) not a single Platinum game sold well. What hope does this game have?
Not to say I don't want it to sell, but it just seems unlikely.