I actually finally finished the game and will probably write up a Really Late Game Review eventually (it’s not really late yet), but in the meantime I’ve run across some fun videos.
I actually plan to replay through and just murder/be a dick to everyone I can.
Videos contain some spoiler stuff, so only watch if you have finished the game or don’t mind spoilers. Will hide the videos after the jump, click the “more” or whatever the hell it says link to view if on the main page or category pages or whatever.
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Being a gigantic Star Wars geek, while blindly ignoring how badly Lucas continues to defile the canon with Clone Wars (Gungans defeat Greivous in hand to hand combat?!? Really?!?!?!), and despite the Old Republic mmo news getting stupider and stupider, I tend to run across a lot of interesting Star Wars related stuff.
However, being a lazy bastard, I never seem to actually get around to posting any of it.
So here’s a big batch of stuff I’ve found all in one giant serving.
So apparently they are making a CG movie based on The Goon comics by Eric Powell that Dark Horse publishes.
The movie is being produced by Blur Studio, produced by David Fincher and written by Eric Powell. Clancy Brown will voice The Goon and Paul Giamatti will be Franky. Most of those names mean nothing to me, but perhaps they mean something to you.
I have actually never been a fan of the comic (not that I dislike it, just never read it), but the movie looks great. Might give the comic a try. Anyway there’s been a couple of teaser trailers released, and they are awesome, so give them a look.
Was digging through Youtube videos lately and ran across some videos of CG animated characters and is the way of Youtube ended up spending way too much time digging through a ton of “related videos” and stuff.
Was struck by how realistic and nice some of the work is, up until they open their mouths anyway. Seems that’s still the weakest point in the resulting in the whole uncanny valley thing.
Here’s some of the more impressive videos I found.
The vast majority are female characters, not sure if that says something about me or the people making the stuff. =D
The Emily Obrien Project in particularly was impressive I thought.