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Extended trailer.

Someone going over the trailer.



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Wyrdness said:
CaptainExplosion said:

I forgot that was even a thing. Did anyone say whether it's an original story or based on a per-existing one?

Nothing officially was said but certain things pointed to something original as they were recruiting for people who were knowledgeable in something western centric indicating the high fantasy project may be similar to the likes of Dark Souls or Dragon's Dogma.

So it'd be one where we die a lot?



CaptainExplosion said:
Wyrdness said:

Nothing officially was said but certain things pointed to something original as they were recruiting for people who were knowledgeable in something western centric indicating the high fantasy project may be similar to the likes of Dark Souls or Dragon's Dogma.

So it'd be one where we die a lot?

No as in themes, settings and such gameplay and difficulty is up in the air at the moment.





M Rise is looking great. It's a must buy now .



In the wilderness we go alone with our new knowledge and strength.

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Wyrdness said:

Looks way better than even the initial trailer graphically. Awesome gameplay! 



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
Wyrdness said:

Looks way better than even the initial trailer graphically. Awesome gameplay! 

That was my thought too watching the TGS stream; not sure whether it was youtube compression, but everything in the TGS showing looked so much more crisp and clean.

My previous impressions were that it looked just okay graphically, but now I'd say it's above average for the platform.

With so much of the Switch library being ports from other platforms, its interesting to see what can be achieved when devs build from the ground up for it.

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curl-6 said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

Looks way better than even the initial trailer graphically. Awesome gameplay! 

That was my thought too watching the TGS stream; not sure whether it was youtube compression, but everything in the TGS showing looked so much more crisp and clean.

My previous impressions were that it looked just okay graphically, but now I'd say it's above average for the platform.

With so much of the Switch library being ports from other platforms, its interesting to see what can be achieved when devs build from the ground up for it.

I'm not saying this too just act like a great predictor or something but, I kind of assumed this would happen?

I'm pretty sure the trailer for that Direct was sort of old, and the demo it was using was probably even older. Honestly wouldn't be shocked if the reveal trailer was using a January-March build, even if the trailer itself wasn't that old. Whereas I assume this livestream was using a much more recent, if still well-tested, demo build. 



On another note, I might buy Pokemon if they do end up releasing the Pokemon + DLC on the eshop at $60. I don't know which version to buy though, both versions have cool exclusives. Would probably go for Sword. Which sucks because I really like Allister's design. 



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
curl-6 said:

That was my thought too watching the TGS stream; not sure whether it was youtube compression, but everything in the TGS showing looked so much more crisp and clean.

My previous impressions were that it looked just okay graphically, but now I'd say it's above average for the platform.

With so much of the Switch library being ports from other platforms, its interesting to see what can be achieved when devs build from the ground up for it.

I'm not saying this too just act like a great predictor or something but, I kind of assumed this would happen?

I'm pretty sure the trailer for that Direct was sort of old, and the demo it was using was probably even older. Honestly wouldn't be shocked if the reveal trailer was using a January-March build, even if the trailer itself wasn't that old. Whereas I assume this livestream was using a much more recent, if still well-tested, demo build. 

This is kind of usual for a MH game but the monsters themselves are the standout, Tetranadon, the amphibian from the demo hunt, just looks and moves in a such a lifelike way, such great animation, plus the texturing of his skin and the shaggy moss growing on him.

Even in MH Tri on Wii I remember being really impressed by the monsters.



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