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CrashRatchetFan

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About CrashRatchetFan

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    I hyped up Crash and all we got were remakes and Skylanders
  • Birthday 10/19/1995

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  1. Y'know I'm gonna be real honest. I've lately seen criticism regarding the art direction of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and I'm gonna give my own thoughts on the subject matter. 

    I for one welcome constructive criticisms towards VV and the N. Sane Trilogy. VV has shown that they listen (Hang Eight is far more saturated than previous builds, the PAX build of N. Sanity Beach features far dirtier ruins, etc), so it's important for us to make our valid criticisms known so that we can end up with the best remasters possible.

    My only qualm comes when this results in people calling the game outright bad or simply shunning it completely because of its looks. This is not constructive and only serves to hurt the game and our community as a whole. Don't get me wrong, there ARE a few questionable artistic choices they got going on like the color palettes and such but if THAT's stopping you from playing these, then I just don't see it really. I mean look, it's not a perfect 1:1 recreation of the originals and you're not gonna get the exact same results they did years back. If that's the case, then you're better off just playing the originals on an emulator. As fans, we have a responsibility to be supportive and vocal with our criticisms and to help VV integrate these into the N. Sane Trilogy. Insofar, they've done an amazing job, and it can only get better.

    I'm sorry if I'm coming across as arrogant but the complaints I've seen so far are literally art school jargon. 

    1. CrashRatchetFan

      CrashRatchetFan

      I mean, would you rather have something completely different like Crash of the Titans or something that's a little close to home? 

    2. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      Yeah pretty much I just feels if everybody is going out of their way to nitpick the hell out of this for one reason or another. I think the game looks great my only problem is Crash's face can look a little bit off and I do wish that the game was a little bit more vibrant than saturated but besides that it's not ruining my experience or anything like that

    3. CrashRatchetFan

      CrashRatchetFan

      Crash's design can look wonky at times since it's essentially a higher poly version of the PS1 model but that's not stopping me from playing these.

      I mean, it's not like VV is blissfully unaware of criticism because they listened to feedback (hence the new Wumpa SFX) and want these to succeed. 

      Just don't be a douche and call the game shit because you don't like little things - take that energy and use it to push valid complaints so we can improve the game instead of whining about it and taking a dump on their efforts because they're clearly trying. 

    4. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      That literally could be said for anything. Not just Crash but with a whole bunch of games.

    5. CrashRatchetFan

      CrashRatchetFan

      Yea but in this case, they're *actually listening* to criticism. I've seen improvements over the last build we saw at PSX so they're hearing us out. 

      They themselves stated that they listen to Reddit and even GAF trying to make this the perfect experience. I don't think I ever seen a developer come out and say that to my recollection. 

      Yea but in this case, they're *actually listening* to criticism. I've seen improvements over the last build we saw at PSX so they're hearing us out. 

      They themselves stated that they listen to Reddit and even GAF trying to make this the perfect experience. I don't think I ever seen a developer come out and say that to my recollection. 

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