Gamespot run popular videogame characters through an age identification program that clearly struggles at times to discern ages correctly - often with hilarious results.
I'm not really sure, probably A young adult lol I'm talkin about jaks. Lol Clementine is 20 wtf
I pissed myself laughing when I saw that one. I guess the zombie apocalypse ages people :P
"Microsoft's new app" It will never work properly by default.
It was written using the IE source code.
Oh Lara, I don't care if you are 46+ yr old already. All I know is you are damn hot!
Microsoft trolling much ? Big Boss is in his 40s in Ground Zereos and died when he was 79, What time did they based that 66 years old on ?
Well I know Sebastian from Evil Within is 37
Haha poor clementine this app killed her childhood innocence.
LOL. yeah nothing in the games would have done that.
Highly inaccurate... 16 year old Laura is 46, riiiiiight.
Your comment is also highly inaccurate. It's Lara not Laura and she was an archeology graduate in the reboot so she was prob atleast 21-22.
Yeah, that's why the devs said she was 16...Even if she was 21-22, that's not even CLOSE to being 46 so still it's highly inaccurate.
Oh Seras not legal? Tell that to my Dragon Age character...
This was amusing. Big Boss at 66 might be a problem though; Kojima was aiming for photorealism with the Fox Engine. It's actually surprising to see such a markup of his actual age. I assume it was the lighting that changed his beard color that threw off the app. Likewise, the dirt on Lara's face and Clemintine's art style likely confused the app.
To begin it was a bad pic they used since there's a lot of rain drops running down his face and also the app my just be really shitty at detecting age
Apparently every fame character is much older than they actually appear.
Nathan drake being 36 was quite accurate...but if I'm not mistaken that pic was from uncharted 3...in which I believe he was 38 to 39
Was 54 in the article. The picture is from UC4, and it's suppossed to be set well after UC3, so he could be close to 50. About half the images were fairly accurate within a year or two, but I doubt MS app will be guessing people's ages at carnivals anytime soon, and I wouldn't rely on it to prevent accidentally picking up girls lying about their age at the bar.
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