Yeah, uh, that'd help, considering saying the censored version of the n-word for meme purposes gets you banned lmao
If shit sandwiches sell well is that not a compelling reason to keep making them?
I don't really see much wrong with re-releasing skyrim, considering it takes them barely any dev time to do. It's not like it's preventing other games from being made.
Then again I would rather see them put SOME dev time into them to fix some known bugs. Especially when most of those bugs have already been fixed by the community on PC.
Fans believed EA was true when they said BFV was "the most historically accurate battlefield yet." EA released the trailer and the fans called them out on the the inaccuracies. The news media and EA called them manbabies and migonists for doing so. Then the fans retaliated everywhere on how stupid it is. It's a never ending cycle that will result in poor sales for EA and the Battlefield community breaking apart.
Sounds like bad communication on their part.
I've watched little about it, but in one interview I did watch, they specifically said it's NOT supposed to be ultra realistic. That was before the controversy too.
Yeah as far as I know any scene that isn't completely pre-rendered should have no trouble with swapping models as long as they have the same skeletal structure so the animations work right.
I meant more in terms of story.
As a simple example, an NPC could remark on some distinct scar or skin tone or what have you.
Obviously those can be made to trigger only if you do have that feature and maybe trigger some other response otherwise. The more customization the game allows, the more work it is to include those sorts of remarks for as many variants as possible.
I'm not absolutely against customization or anything. Of course it's nice. I just mean that I hope they don't compromise the story and dialogue just to allow better customization. Doesn't sound like they are.
I'm looking forward to it either way. :)
Just as long as that scar doesn't turn into "arrow in the knee" :D
If game is done well you should be able to change the way you look even if it is set character.
Can be done with gear and apparently face is even easier.
In most of Mass Effect cutscenes you looked like you currently looked but still you always had that default pistol that you didn't even have in your inventory. Bugged the daylights out of me. And they hadn't even figured that out during Andromeda, or they just didn't care.
Rumour has always been that it won't happen because the codebase is a complete mess.