Antimatzist wrote:@Ellyos: The Suikoden V manga was only released in France outside of Japan, and I think the Suikoden III manga was also released in Italy
Ellyos wrote:Hmm, you're comparing 2D sprites (Suikoden I & II) and 3D cell-shading (Tales of Vesperia and Ni No Kuni), that's two different things. Moreover, even the point of view is different. The only thing I could compare is probably the atmosphere emanating from those games.
If that's what you say by similar graphics, then okay, of course that could be nice. And I have nothing against Suikoden I and II atmosphere.
Anyway the development will be probably more expensive than any other Suikoden so, for me, that's again a crowdfunding for a "too" high budget project.
Graphically, Suikoden III or IV were too much for the budget. Graphics were poor in those games by the standard. Suikoden III could almost be a PS One game and the texturing gave a "dirty" impression. Suikoden IV spent all the talents on the stars and monsters, but the décor was just "empty" with large plain surfaces. Same for Suikoden V in fact, but the quality was better.
If you think Suikoden III or IV was too much, it will be worse with a Tales of Vesperia style.
...what?JiggleBiscuits wrote:It's like companies will hold what you want hostage unless you give them your money.
Vaizer wrote:So where do we stand on this? Yes or no?
For a company like Konami, it is not a fund issue. If they wanted to fund a Suikoden properly, they'd do it because they can. That's why I'm not really opened to crowdfunding for a Suikoden game.
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