A boy and his colossus. Not really digging the design of the griffin thing or the kid though. Gets an extra star for using the Miller's Crossing music.
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On one hand the ~gryffyn~ looks dumb as fuck and this will spawn all kinds of grotesque fursonas, but on the other hand; Team ICO.
Oh, and this footage is supposedly something between one and two years old.
I imagine the final game will look a whole lot better.
Lord, looking at that animation i can just hear the MYEEHHH! MYEEHHH! MYEEEEHHHH! sound that rat-god-pigeon thing will be making CONSTANTLY.
Hey, maybe it's a baby colossus like before it gets all its weird architecture implants and shit and maybe...
That would continue the theme of every game being a prequel to the previous game.
read your memos, 'don... Icolossus is ALL THEME
Everyone who wears armor in the Ico universe is evil.
Seems a bit rough around the edges. Something about the creature's movements bothers me, like it's missing the same sense of scale that Shadow of the Colossus had. It gives the impression that it's the size of a normal cat or dog, and the boy it's carrying around is just very tiny.
American McGee's "The Smurfs"
music and cut scene direction is trying to ask me "Aren't you impressed?" and I keep saying "no".
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Awwww it humped that crumbling building just like my cat humps blankets!
Dammit, it's all cartoony and fuzzy instead of gritty and harsh.
Well it's not evil but I'll give it ***** for coolness. So Yorda turned into a... kind of a griffin chimera (the giant creature has the same color patterns as Yorda) and Ico lost his horns? I can see how this would be like the original Ico game except instead of Yorda being annoyingly helpless, the new critter wouldn't be able to fit through the human sized door until Ico knocked down a wall or something.
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