After watching this video again I came to the same conclusion. This video had me invested in her story in a matter of minutes, just imagine what the creators could do with a whole game.Jason Danger Keyes said:If this becomes a game I will buy the shit out of it.
lol, yeah.Mimssy said:My first thought was, "That was really beautiful and thoughtful."
My next thought was, "And the origins of the robot uprising is born..."
Really? huh - it really doesn't run on my machine, which has a dual core and a dedicated AMD graphics card :/ I guess that's the issue with PC gaming - there just too many bloody variants, lol.Waaghpowa said:engines like Red engine for the Witcher 2 scale beautifully with a wide range of hardware. I've seen it run on a mid range laptop with integrated graphics. So part of it comes down to resources as well as effort.
If you think about it, bar the superb voice acting, the story's kinda been done before in one way or another. It's a nice little short, but to make it feature length and unique enough to warrant making? That's another order of magnitude. And not one a games company's going to be making any time soon, lol! But yeah, a cunning concoction of Bladerunner, AI, iRobot and the Animatrix's Second Renaissance Part 1 would be a decent collection of reference points and inspiration if the idea was to be pushed further, I'd have thought.Robert Ewing said:But why isn't this shit getting made into a game? The story behind the demo alone was very powerful and moving. Seems a shame to waste it that's all.