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Very atmospheric. I like it.



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Looks amazing!
However, I would pay more than full price for the 3DS version in HD on Switch or its successor :P.



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Technically it looks amazing.

My only issue and it's more personal taste, the colour pallet feels off. Maybe my eyes getting old an dim lol but feels too saturated and a little too dark overall.



 

 

I have been thinking for awhile that a full blown OoT remake could be a great launch title for the successor to show off the graphics. Since we pretty much know the next mainline one isn’t going to be ready until 2027 at the very soonest, 2028/29 more likely given Zelda dev timelines.



I'll be filing this one under dreams.



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I usually prefer a less detailed look to my games. When there are so many things shining and making shadows all around I just get tired watching it.
It may be impressive as to what can be presented, but I would just get some kind of cognitive overload trying to make sense of it all. Playing a full game like that would be less relaxing than I want my gaming experience to be



Feels more like a movie than a game. Wouldn't call it soulless but there are better art styles. That's the one thing I wish these gaming demo creators would keep in mind. Art style is more important than graphical prowess.



Just a guy who doesn't want to be bored. Also

Pajderman said:

I usually prefer a less detailed look to my games. When there are so many things shining and making shadows all around I just get tired watching it.
It may be impressive as to what can be presented, but I would just get some kind of cognitive overload trying to make sense of it all. Playing a full game like that would be less relaxing than I want my gaming experience to be

I think you captured what I was feeling and trying to explain but couldn't find the right words to describe it so i touched on about saturation. Agree on it being a cognitive overload.



 

 

I think it looks good from a technical stand point. Not sure if i like the colors, though. I have trouble seeing Nintendo commit to such a project.

First of all, how many years would this take to make? It already takes a long time to make the next original installment for the franchise. I’d think they would prefer for an entirely new game. Second, does anyone really want a final fantasy vii remake situation where it’s a reimagining of the original classic? Third, how much would this cost? Nintendo are usually efficient with their game budgets. They’re not gonna spend hundreds of millions for one project of this supposed magnitude. Sure, people will point out Metroid Prime 4 for its restart and how much potential millions are being spent for this project. But that’s an exception rather than the norm for Nintendo.

I’m sure people would like this kind of AAA budget project from Nintendo. But I’m not sure if Nintendo wants to do that for just one game. Especially since they’re a developer/producer of so many projects that they release every year for their own console. Microsoft and Sony arguably don’t release as many games as Nintendo does on a yearly basis. That’s just how their respective strategies are.



Kai_Mao said:

I think it looks good from a technical stand point. Not sure if i like the colors, though. I have trouble seeing Nintendo commit to such a project.

First of all, how many years would this take to make? It already takes a long time to make the next original installment for the franchise. I’d think they would prefer for an entirely new game. Second, does anyone really want a final fantasy vii remake situation where it’s a reimagining of the original classic? Third, how much would this cost? Nintendo are usually efficient with their game budgets. They’re not gonna spend hundreds of millions for one project of this supposed magnitude. Sure, people will point out Metroid Prime 4 for its restart and how much potential millions are being spent for this project. But that’s an exception rather than the norm for Nintendo.

I’m sure people would like this kind of AAA budget project from Nintendo. But I’m not sure if Nintendo wants to do that for just one game. Especially since they’re a developer/producer of so many projects that they release every year for their own console. Microsoft and Sony arguably don’t release as many games as Nintendo does on a yearly basis. That’s just how their respective strategies are.

From memory it took the guy 6 months to make it.

I think this is more showcasing the power of UE5.

I reckon it would take a year max if you had say 10 people working on it in UE5.

If Nintendo built there own engine for it, who knows how long lol.