THE FINAL SCORE BOARD OF 2019
also a refresh for the Gorgeous Gorillas logo:
also a refresh for the Gorgeous Gorillas logo:
in no particular order, and there will be some pretty niche ones, so...
•Back to the Future
•Nati con la Camicia / eng. title: Go for It / ger title: Zwei Bärenstarke Typen (an italian comedy movie starring Bud Spencer and Terence Hill)
•Fantômas (a french espionage comedy movie starring Louis De Funès)
•Léon: The Professional
honorable mentions: Wasabi, The Fifth Element, the other 2 Back to the Future movies, the rest of the Fantômas trilogy, The Empire strikes Back, Police Academy and Taxi (The french Luc Besson film not the american TV show)
Today the Scrappy Little Pigs broke the 20 Points barrier and so now, that they are proving themselves, more money and sponsors are interested in them, this lead to a management change.
The new management wanted a more professionally made logo that is better usable in merch and is more up to date. Their old one was but a graffiti scribble after all
Deluxe/DX or Definitive edition are multipurpose, so no wonder Deluxe especially is so highly represented here.
Deluxe could mean it's just a new release with additional content, or all previously separately sold content bundled in one package, same with Definitive edition
BUT they can also mean it's a remake or Remaster, giving it even more use cases!
Remastered/HD are very limited words all in all, Deluxe and Definitive Edition are not. see Mario Bros. Deluxe, Links Awakening DX or Tetris DX on gameboy Color
While Super Mario Bros. Deluxe is basically a Remake (with very similar graphics but still heavily altered and most of it had to be re-coded I imagine), the other 2 are merely colored remasters of previously released GameBoy games
or DMC - Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition and Castlevania - Lords of Shadow: Definitive Edition
DMC is a remaster with a lot or added gameplay features, gameplay tweaks and additional content, while Lords of Shadow is just a bundle with all the already released content with no additional work whatsoever put into the game
Hello guys, just wondering if the game "The Last of Us" was the first game to use the word"Remastered"? I remember that they used to be called "HD" or something like "definitive edition" instead of "Remastered" but now after The last of us they almost always only use "Remastered", for example in the old days the new "final fantasy VIII remastered" probably them will be called "Final Fantasy VIII HD", all of this is meaningless lol but want to know if this is right
It's certainly not the first, but since this generation "Remastered" became the more prominent word.
and the reason for that is pretty clear, you can't call a port of a PS3 or 360 game "XXXXXXX: HD" because usually those games were already HD or perceived as being HD (a ton of games were actually sub HD, like the CoD games usually ran at around 640p, and that wasn't unusual, the PS3 version of GTA4 ran at 640p as well while on 360 it was HD at 720p... same story with Red Dead Redemption)
This means there would be some confusion if they called it "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare HD", even tho the original version was not HD on last gen systems making this version the first true HD version on console. because people just assumed those consoles played games in HD across the board, which obviously wasn't the case but have fun explaining that to the general public...
and on top of that technicality, "REMASTERED" sounds way more impressive... GTA Vice City HD just tells me they made it run at a higher resolution, while "REMASTERED" tells me they changed more than just the resolution, remastered instantly gives the impression of a more thorough upgrade to more aspects of the game.
so it does not only save the not so tech-savvy general public some amount of confusion, it also acts as a better punchline for the PR department.
But I think back when "HD" was still the "hot shit" as the youngens would say (insert "hello fellow kids meme") it actually served its purpose, because back when HD was a new thing it was a great PR move to use it in your rerelease's title.
well on XBox One you can chose in the main menu which of the games you wan't to be installed or uninstalled.
they could go the expensive route and ship with 2 Carts, with Cart 2 being only for installing and Cart 1 for verification, or they could ship Halo 1 through 3 on the Cart and make the rest downloads.
with some texture compression, audio compression and stuff like that it could be as small as 30GB which would fit on 2 carts.
but yes, a Switch port would need some serious data management optimization.
Microsoft: Perfect Dark 2, Halo MCC on Switch and Jet Set Radio 3!!!
Nintendo: GoldenEye HD partnered with Microsoft and Splatoon 3 teaser
Sony: Ratchet & Clank back at 60fps please!
Ubisoft: Prince of Persia sequel to the 2008 reboot
Square Enix: Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 3
EA: Need for Speed Underground 3
Shame the game took too long to come out and now that MonHun World is out nobody gives a fuck.
enough people seem to give a fuck that yesterday some were in a 3 hour waiting cue to log in because so many people wanted to play.
it's free, multiplat, crossplay+save and it's on the Epic store. meaning every Fortnite player will open the epic launcher and see the game advertised front and center for the next couple of days at least.