Leave it on for a month? You might not think it's doing any damage, but I'm sure something will give on the inside eventually.
I had this really stupid camera glitch with Helen's Sky Concert DX
I was flying along, until it got to the first 3 notes in a row, when the camera just fell out of place and flew in front of NiGHTS. It is annoying because I lose a lot of notes and the Bar thing goes ahead of me.. a lot. I hope the problem is not when my dad ejected the game while I was away that killed the camera... He doesn't like how much my Wii hums DX
Atleast I already got an A on that mission...
And I'm playing with a Gamecube controller. I have no other controllers plugged in. DX
And my Wii like, doesn't overheat. I can leave it on for a month and it's fine. What the heck is the problem? D:
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"Do you like my new... HAIR-DO Snake?"
You know, it's not just 'how his voice will sound' but it's also 'what retarded sh!t will he end up saying'. Because as far as i could tell, voice acting in SEGA games tend to be bellow par, and half of that is due to what they're saying, not just how they're saying it.
PSU is a really REALLY good example. "little sister" "big brother" "little sister". Nobody address's family members like that, it just makes the game more cheesy. And since this new game is obviously aimed at children then it's most probably going to contain really childish dialogue. And that pisses me off. I would prefer no speech at all.
*sigh* oh and 'whoopty-doo', Reala's in it. I bet his voice acting is going to be the worst because they're so obviously going to try and portray him as a 'really bad guy' so god only knows what they're going to make him say to give off that effect.
Is it just me or...
- is there more room to fly around? I mean, spacious-wise, there's WAY more room to maneuver in the levels! My flight-loving-fangirl is most pleased..
- does the "Puffle" boss arena move vertically? And along the spine of what remains of a nasty looking maren? Nightmare's looking REALLY nightmarish now!
- does NiGHTS kick his feet every so often in mid-flight? CYOOOOOOOTE!
As for lack of Pians, I wouldn't worry for the same reasons as Innotech and shadow. There's way more for Sega to do yet, this is just the beginning! We're in for a heckuvva ride dreamers! WOOOO!
I noticed the more room to fly thing too, but I couldn't think of the words to explain it in less than ten lines.
Oh yeah, and I'm a male.
Secondly, is it me or does that level not seem to hold as much character as the older ones? I mean, look at anything from Spring Valley to Mystic Forest in the original and you'll always feel a sense of refined and individual personality for each level. This little preview seems to be going on the safe side instead of trying something genuinely new and unique. And for other reasons the level just doesn't feel as magical as the old ones, but I just can't place it. I'm sure once some music is added I'll truly get that NiGHTS feeling, though.
Well, I'll remain hopeful for the A-Life system, but if it isn't there I will probably cry. 'Pians brought so much to the game for me, and I can't think of NiGHTS without them.
That's funny, I always found the story a bit underwhelming. I just like it for the music and atmosphere.
For me, it boils down to this: Everyone loves a good story. It doesn't matter if the story is a movie, a book, a video game, a comic strip; it doesn't matter if someone is male, female, straight, gay, fat, petite, white, black, brown, yellow or retarded. Everybody loves a good story.
The reason why we are here, the reason why we love NiGHTS is because it has a good story. Not just the story it tells, but the story we make up for it. The little details and metaphors that we are left to interpret.
Bottom line: NiGHTS has a good story. You don't have to be of either gender to appreciate that.
I'm sure you can guess my gender.
You have to be there to appreciate it, but I don't really have a dreamscspe that reccurs for me.
Oh wait, dream pad? It looks like a friggin' SA book.