Is It Wrong To Like DMC4...

#1StrykeBlaydePosted 2/15/2013 11:57:33 PM
...Strictly because of the environments?

I mean, I go through DMC1, 2, and 3, and it's all dark and drab and very dull in color(for the most part). I get kind of tired seeing the same colors in the same looking areas.

Then I play DMC4 and it's like "HOLY CRAP THE COLORS!" There's blues and reds and grass and blue sky and forest and all of that. Then I get to Fortuna Castle, and it reverts back to that DMC1-3 style a little, but it's fine because I GOT COLORS EVERYWHERE ELSE.
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#2BillysanPosted 2/16/2013 12:01:58 AM
No I actually like this aspect. The past games didn't have strong level variety and DMC4 did that aspect better. Just a shame they rushed the game and we didn't end up with more original content for Dante's handful of missions.
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#3DarkSymbiotePosted 2/16/2013 12:03:44 AM
I agree about the environments. DmC has some nasty, uninspiring areas.
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#4DuckKiller84Posted 2/16/2013 12:12:40 AM
Well no, it's not "wrong"... I still like DMC1's visual style/environments the best though. It had it's fair share of color and interesting use of lighting. DMC4 was okay, just a little too bright in some areas for my taste.
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#5occupation_bobPosted 2/16/2013 12:23:58 AM
Sometimes I'm frustrated at people being unappreciative of the simple things in design.

Since when did "pretty" turn into "ugly"?
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#6ShadowBoyZXPosted 2/16/2013 12:50:12 AM
Nah, I liked the environments as well. They were a nice change of pace from the other games while still sticking to it's roots. If only you didn't have to see them repeated so many times.
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#7leet_x1337Posted 2/16/2013 12:53:34 AM
ShadowBoyZX posted...
Nah, I liked the environments as well. They were a nice change of pace from the other games while still sticking to it's roots. If only you didn't have to see them repeated so many times.


I don't mind getting familiar with areas like Fortuna Castle. Besides, the better you know an area, the less lost you wind up getting, meaning you get better time bonuses.
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#8Qwesar23464Posted 2/16/2013 12:57:07 AM
HOW DARE YOU, TAKING GRAPHICS OVER EVERYTHING ELSE, IGNORING ALL THE nah I'm just kidding.

It's perfectly cool if you like something like that. It's your own thing, you know?
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#9Nick_KazamaPosted 2/16/2013 2:27:27 AM
It's not wrong at all to love the environments of DMC4.

DAT FOREST.
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#10SiLVeR_420Posted 2/16/2013 2:32:23 AM
Nick_Kazama posted...
It's not wrong at all to love the environments of DMC4.

DAT FOREST.


I always though it was weird how you went from a snowy environment to a forest.
But I think that was just an effect if the Hell Gates.
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