Perhaps it will be cutscenes only with graphics on par with the older games.
That is an interesting point. It will be a challenge. I have had a hate post on the main site telling me to shut up about DOOM. I said I am sorry if the truth that they had to lower the graphics and framerate to run on the Switch is an problem for you but facts are facts.
I had wondered that as well. DLC was clunky on PC but this is likely just going to focus on the core game.
It seemed as if there were more game related toys than in the past. This is a good thing I am sure for fans and collectors.
Doom came out and this came out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, but not yet for the Switch.
I want to try it with one of the Jets next. I know a Helicopter would be tricky.
The other issue is the rating. Content would call for an R rating but box office says Pg-13 is better as teens can see it easier. So do you water down the base material or stay true and make it gritty and violent?
I wonder if 90fps will happen if playing against others online.
Oh and the new trend of televangelists telling us we are all going to help. Had a couple matches like that recently.
I wonder if a television series might be a better option than movies.
How would a Lootbox figure work? Keep paying for costume updates?
I wonder if they will have Kirbys walking the long lines for badge pick up and to get in telling people to be nice. Hate for Kirby to end up in a dumpster.
You know it.
Better question is will EA be moved out and who will be moved in.
I wonder if Ball comes out a d starts running his mouth about his kids.
Exactly. They have so much they could do like.open the casinos, bank robberies, etc.
But that is all they need to get people in the seats and that is the bottom line.
Money. If done well it can play well overseas especially. Also considering how many people play COD if even a third see the movie you have a big hit.
They will have to prize people up.
Those cost extra.
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