Ubisoft released a video with over an hour of footage for us to check out of the exciting new game, Immortals Fenyx Rising. This is exactly what Kid Icarus fans have been clambering for! Check out the gameplay video and details here.
Looks fun. The HUD is way too cluttered however.
I agree. Hopefully they will listen to some feedback and fix this in the future. I think the HUD will be especially problematic for the Switch in handheld mode.
I'm hoping it's like AC Odyssey where you can choose to turn off tons of stuff. I would love the option for games like this to resize specific UI stuff just because they are stupidly big sometimes but you need to see them. Those potions, health bar, and abilities sections are just way larger than they need to be.
I’m getting use to the very minimalistic Styles of Hud like tlou2, or god of war. I went back to play horizon and even that felt too cluttered! I really hope more developers start thinking about minimizing hud on screen. Just having an option to turn it off Isn’t good in my opinion. It should appear when needed, and be built into the gameplay, not just on or off.
They should make the HUD more dynamic to what the player is doing. For example, when battling an enemy, they could remove the point-of-interest bar at the top of the screen.
Am I the only one who is getting Zelda BOTW vibes? Was the meeting like.. "Let's make a game like Zelda BOTW." lol
You are not the only one. I have heard from a few people that it feels that way, but I think Nintendo could have easily made a Kid Icarus game along these lines. Zelda wasn't always "BOTW". It evolved to that state. If Kid Icarus had time to evolve, it also could have become something amazing like this.
Hyped to watch later thanks.
Meh. Looks fine. Ubisoft rarely delivers on its promises.
Ubisoft? Be prepared for a downgrade upon release lmao
Graphics are decent but the character animations look really average, like on a mobile phone game.
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