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regarding the link master spockanort put up-thanks by the way-that thread quicly deteriorated into a rather immature days debate. even with people who havent fully played days.
Except it's not illegal to emulate and hack games. morality is a bit questionable, but a kid with an emulator knows a thing or two more about computer technology than most grownups who complain about system prices and resolution.Jeez, just be glad that it has FINAL MIX in it. You're comparing it to something illegal, especially when you haven't completely grasp how complex the PS3 is. There is a reason why developers have a hard time making PS3 games because of how complex it is, so they just decide to use the Xbox360 and then port it to the PS3.
Still not a valid argument.Except it's not illegal to emulate and hack games. morality is a bit questionable, but a kid with an emulator knows a thing or two more about computer technology than most grownups who complain about system prices and resolution.
Still not a valid argument.
Alright, I'll finally answer you this. the real dark shades on the corners of the island as it's being destroyed looked suitably darker. Some scenes are too dark to see on a tv, but it largely depends on what tv, and how you have it set up in the picture department. a bit of self calibration with a specified disc does wonders.What lack of shadows? The shadows are there. Perhaps not as dark, but I think that is better anyways because I found some scenes in KH1 to be too dark to see on my TV. I was pointing out more of the flying debris xD
Everyone was so excited. But everything changed when the annoyed people attacked.Remember when we were so awestruck by the pure beauty that is THIS TRAILER?
Neither do I.
You guys act like it's impossible for a trailer to differ from the actual game in any way. Stawp it.
Everyone was so excited. But everything changed when the annoyed people attacked.
Um, I guess you've not heard those "But everything changed when the fire nation attacked" things, have you?This is a discussion forum. We need "annoyed" people who don't just praise everything, otherwise there wouldn't be any discussion. A negative reaction to the cropping is perfectly valid from an artistic standpoint (seriously, film editors have been strung up for doing this kind of thing), whether it actually bothers you or not.
No, no you're fine. It really wasn't the best parody of it xD...Oops. Sorry. I never watched much Avatar (but I somehow got roped into seeing the Shyamalan film; joy).