No tloz is not some new computer company, it's the abreviation for The Legend of Zelda, though I assume you picked up on that. I demand that a complaint be made on the latest status of GCN version of the game, and all of it's crappy cel shaddedness. I'm sorry, but I can't stand for it, now many people say that Miyamoto will deliver another hit game, because he is good...well I say asses to that!!:mad:
If you look at the state of the game from it's original promise to no half-assed cartoony crap. I know a video game is a video game, but the thing that drew to TLOZ is that it had a somewhat mature outlook on things, it wasn't made for the enjoyment of a toddler, it had a good plot (in all of it's extentions, except Majora's Mask: quite a dissapointment) and I hate to a good plot be mix with childish graphics. Any way I want to here some view points on the subject. Personnally I have decided to boycot the damn game.
Who knows, maybe I'll rent and I will like it, stranger things have happened, but as things stand the outlook is grim
METALLICA STILL RULES THE HOUSE (and less with the backyard):rock: :rock: :rock:
:assimilate: The way i see it computers have alway been doing cel shading on graphic ever since they figure out how to paint on computers.;)While a lot of people might not like this type of art it might turn out alright in the end.:deal:
That's cool and all that computers have almost always done cel shading, but we're dealing with a systemthat is not a computer. To me, cel shading is a way to 'cheat' on graphics. I mean you look at either the screen shots or the movies for the orginal TLOZ for the Gamecube and they are outstanding, I mean phenominal, and cel shading is such a weak form of graphical design. Though you may be right and in the end who knows, maybe it will be a good game, but I stand by the fact that cel shading has nothing on real graphical design:D
Thanks for the comment:rock: