Discussion in 'General Nintendo' started by Kyrith, Jan 23, 2013.
The HD stuff looks great.
I liked it.
TWW HD: Good. It might need more polish, but I'll go and buy it anyway. Because it's TWW.
Yoshi's Yarn: D'Awwww...
FE x SMT: Mind = blown. I hope this means Persona 5 on WiiU.
X: Mind = blown, the second. I love Xenoblade (and by that measure, everything made by Monolith) and I hope this will top it.
TW101: Crazy, funny and made by Platinum. Buying this is a no-brainer for me.
Like I said, I'm going to have to see it in motion before I can really form an opinion. Right now it looks like way too much bloom though, they really need to scale that down.
I think the bloom effect is supposed to serve the same function as the fog effect in other games (and the blurring effect in the original TWW); it's there to obscure distant objects so that the game can put more detail into a smaller area.
I'm confident they will. Even Nintendo should realize that this doesn't look good.
That would be valid if they increase the polygon counts in the environments, but so far the polygons and textures look exactly the same. The character models look as though they may have been enhanced, though.
I don't even think with this much bloom you'd be able to see island silhouettes.
Everything is rendered in high definition, so they've removed the blurring effect as far as I can tell. They seem to have replaced it with the bloom. But I do hope they update the polygons and textures of everything (and reduce the bloom of course). 2003 models in 2013 graphics doesn't look right.
Most people agree that it looks better than the original Wind Waker, so I'm not sure what you mean.
That shot of the castle on the last page. (Unless it is fake, of course)
I think it was fucking awesome. Nintendo waited to announce all the good news together in one Direct.. This isn't even E3.
That was a joke image. A fairly obvious one, at that.
Shame on me for being fooled.
Is that true? I don't think so, the response seems pretty split among the people I've been talking to.
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