Gametrailers.com finds out from insomniac what it's like working with the newest generation of consoles, and the differences in designing for the PS2 and PS3.
to get alot wrong and still make a game that good. shows how good insomniac is as developers. and how much potential the ps3 has.
Can't wait for Ratchet. Really cant
They didn't go wrong, they just want you to think they have loads of potential left, which no doubt they have, but saying that is bullsh**.
Deathtok: granted. I understand what your saying but all im doing is simply highlighting a key statement in the interview that I think will appeal and be very knowledgeable to PS3 fans and owners. Its good to know that after pushing out a killer app like Resistance. They arent content with their ability and still feel they can go harder next time. I mean honestly. Am I wrong for pointing that out?
If anyone thinks im wrong. disagree
NOTE: Dammnn those clips make me wanna go get a couple games of Resistance going... anyone care to join?
PSN TAG: GaMr-
I just saw your PM this is what I wrote back:
"GaMr you have great submissions here, I'm not calling that into question. But if you use " " it should be a direct quote not verbatim. I could have jumped the gun."
EDIT: I meant paraphrase not verbatim.
That guy sounded kinda sleepy
How Microsoft's Visual Studio-2005 sponsors this video. LOL !
i noticed that too, it's really funny and ironic. But Microsoft probaply doesn't even know about this interview as they sponsor the GT trailers in general. It's still funny though.
i was thinking the saem thing lol!
More like on drugs. LOL
Honestly though, maybe these guys are being exploited to the point where it's hard to live as a developer. An "OK yet not great" salary for guys that have hard degrees to accomplish (math, physics, and programming) and plenty of specialized knowledge, coupled with tough work hours AND a tough job, thinking about how to optimize everything so it is great looking, great moving, original and fun while STILL making money AND beating the competition.
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