Former GameStop and PlayStation exec Mark Stanley on why he's joined Playful and how he intends to expand its IP across entertainment.
I'd say they're closer to whoever made that terrible titanic animated movie with the rapping dog
This developers games aren’t generally considered to be that good, nor are they successful.
LOL well gotta have high hopes I guess
Wonder what's in the tap water over there hahaha
I think Knack 2 got closer than their game did lol I googled the game to see the developers portfolio and noticed Microsoft gave the gave a 9/10. Of course they did lmao
He should work with insomniac in a new ratchet & clank game then. Super lucky tale is fun, yes, but it has pongo graphic
I am sure it will ended up being bought by Disney as marvel, fox, star wars, all classics etc.
Lol, maybe start out by making a half decent game first, baby steps!
Lucky's Tale is a decent start, considering its a new IP. Though, its far from Disney animation quality and the character just doesnt have a lot going for it yet. If they create a cartoon, whether it be for TV or just YouTube... that would be a start. Lucky is very cute and ai could see the appeal to kids, but he needs a catch. Something that kids and/or adults can relate to and a strong supporting cast of characters. I applaud their aspitations, though they have a lot of work ahead of them in order to step into Disneys world and compete. God bless them for wanting to try.
It's a sequel to a VR game dude. It's not a new IP.
A Hat in Time is (in my opinion) the best platformer on Xbox One this year. With Nintendo enjoying Mario and PS4 enjoying Crash, Xbox needed Super Lucky's Tale to be much better than what it is. Don't get me wrong, it's a stunning game with some decent mechanics, but standing alongside Crash and Mario for 2017 releases, it just doesn't hit the right mark.
I couldn't understand the hype behind this game, even at E3 I was thoroughly confused.
There was hype..?
Um you do realize this game is as bad as Knack?
It's more than looking the part. Disney is Disney because their movies and content contain substance and things people can relate to, not just for the way they look.
Making a really generic PS1 era like platformer isn't the way to do it. Besides hasn't Nintendo always been seen as the Disney of gaming? They are even getting a theme park soon at Universal Studios.
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