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Been thinking on things for a while, in part the nature of 'the end' and how Last of Us and Breath of the Wild are both post apoc stories with very different feels to them. 

Also titles that end one console and start another, and both being major sellers, and both representing high points, etc etc and etc. 

I am not the best at describing feels, but I do feel like the two represent their specific companies (Sony and Nintendo) fairly well. Can you see where I might be coming from, and possibly even put it into the words I cannot.



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Its definitely a friday.......



Intrinsic said:
Its definitely a friday.......

Nah, it's a saturday.



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Ka-pi96 said:
Intrinsic said:
Its definitely a friday.......

Nah, it's a saturday.

Technically, yes. But no one deems it so.



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I actually won't dismiss you as strongly as the others. You mean in terms of design philosophy behind certain studios at both companies in terms of focus on narrative vs focus on pure gameplay, while both give sense of epicness, it is reflected differently.



 

KrspaceT said:

Been thinking on things for a while, in part the nature of 'the end' and how Last of Us and Breath of the Wild are both post apoc stories with very different feels to them. 

Also titles that end one console and start another, and both being major sellers, and both representing high points, etc etc and etc. 

I am not the best at describing feels, but I do feel like the two represent their specific companies (Sony and Nintendo) fairly well. Can you see where I might be coming from, and possibly even put it into the words I cannot.

I have zero idea what you are trying to say. You need to give more details



KrspaceT said:

Been thinking on things for a while, in part the nature of 'the end' and how Last of Us and Breath of the Wild are both post apoc stories with very different feels to them. 

Also titles that end one console and start another, and both being major sellers, and both representing high points, etc etc and etc. 

I am not the best at describing feels, but I do feel like the two represent their specific companies (Sony and Nintendo) fairly well. Can you see where I might be coming from, and possibly even put it into the words I cannot.

Horizon might fit your profile better .



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I guess in simple terms we could say Sony prefer highly polished cinematic emotive games whereas nintendo prefer simpler, fun games that are more "arcadey". I dunno. Mayne thats what you are trying to say.