While Snoopers is on his way to Tokyo (bastard!), I'm the one who will have to try to have you guys entertained with the videos I filmed while I was at Bizarre Creations last Thursday. I'm definitively not as good as this guy with the editing so I hope it will be good enough. For this first video we'll take a look at the game's audio design with Bizarre's audio manager, the very enthusiastic Nick Wiswell.
The video is in standard resolution because even our excellent new cameras struggle with such bad light conditions. Also worth mentioning is that the build used during this demonstration wasn't as optimized as the others, and you may notice some slowdowns that definitively weren't there in the latest version we got to play.
@GriftGFX: Maybe he's talking about 3 on xbox? (36 minutes ago)
Did they remake Toejam & Earl? The original creator kickstarted a sequel but that's not out. (38 minutes ago)
All my good times with Sega come from the 80's. So, I can't really relate. I didn't dare try to play the remake of Toejam & Earl. (58 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: PS2 shinobi was very flawed, but the combo system was a lot of fun. I like that game :) (1 Hour ago)
@Melmoth: Rolling thunder is a Namco game bruh :D (1 Hour ago)
the arcade shadow dancer is also nice, built on the same gameplay foundations as arcade shinobi, but a bit weaker level design. i also love rolling thunder 1&2, which are also very similar (7 Hours ago)
i played a bit of shinobi and kunoichi on ps2, but they are really just shinobi in name. (7 Hours ago)