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- would love to see a modern "remake" of System Shock …
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, not a reimagining.
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- i love that ******** try to paint him as some hardcore conserv…
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In Denmark he would be considered very conservative, but in the US? Idk he just seems like an intelligent middle-ground person.
I'm never going to understand the American idea of having the right to own firearms, but with the amount of violent crime in America contrasted with Denmark, I'd sure as shit want to have a gun too. I mean, in Denmark even pepper spray is illegal and owning it could get you prison time.
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Skeletons in Oblivion vs...
Skeletons, unlike zombies, also: Wielded Weapons, Resisted Frost, were Immune to Paralysis and Poison, and didnt have a charging gap closer that pushed you back out of their reach while keeping you within range to prevent them from using it again. They were also a bit faster on their feet, and Skeleton Heros could wield bows as well meaning you couldn't cheese them from range safely. Skeleton Heros could also summon Skeleton Guardians and NPCs could summon Skeleton Heros. Shit got scary real quick.
- i wholly agree, Tron: Legacy on its own wasnt bad, but christ …
That's also why tron 2 annoyed me so much btw. Gladitorial combat? That's extremely inefficient. Where were the optimization of the operative system itself? The movie had potential but felt like something inbetween the matrix and tron. It was weird.
Honestly, I'd be fine with a remake of the second one honestly. The second one added nothing to the story. The first movie was philosophical and slow, the second should at least share some of those aspects, trying to continue the current plot with a new movie would force the writer to untangle of ball of yarn that is the red thread of story you intend to follow. It's better to do it over and do it right.
I'm not against the Daft Punk sound tracks though. I still listen to those from time to time, they are great. As for cutscenes with the dad, I don't mind that, as long as you don't see the CGI from the front, but from the back, then shadows and whatnot will make them mesh and you wont feel the uncanny valley feeling that makes you cringe.
The plot about giving away an operative system for free is also stupid. That's just a bad marketing strategy no matter how you twist and turn that concept.
You could use the potential the previous movie explored. After all, the lead in the first movie ended up in the computer world because scientists was actively working on digitizing matter and then bringing matter back to its normal state. You can't create energy, you can transform energy. Meaning if the factory, it could be solar powered. Meaning it wouldn't be infinite in its applications.
So, how could one utilize such scientific experiments in the modern world? Naturally, the most logical conclusion would be its military applications. If you could simply build a huge solar collecting power plant and then used copy paste technology on high end tanks and air craft, that would be cool. That would also have a decent plot, like a covered up project. A discovery stolen from the kid, who can still be a naive optimistic kid, but there's problems and risk involved. Maybe the father never revealed that such technology was possible because no one would believe him?
As for Tron 2 itself. I'm annoyed about the look of Tron for a very simple reason. Tron 1, presents itself with programs in a limited fashion. Games are the product of a serious of processes working in the background. That is why the bike scenes are just like those games, it is why the tron aircraft resembles the invader game sprites. The influences throughout the system is based on things that were popular in society at the time.
No matter how you twist and turn though, what a computer system would pursue is efficiency. It would tell its digital armies to lay waste to the rogue programs and perceived rogue programs like prisoners in a nazi camp. That was what happened to the lead in the first. He couldn't be defined within the parameters so they assumed he was a malicious program and was ordered to be destroyed before he escaped with a program that became his friend.
- still waiting on that Legacy of Kain collection Eidos.......st…
Here, have the full image.
- Arya Stark? is that you?
Don't look. It'll ruin it...
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