Unique and Interesting mechanics you'd love to see return?
Mace Griffin: Bounty Hunter
Seamless transition from space battles to FPS gameplay. No Man's Sky does something similar but I want it more like MG:BH set in the Freelancer universe with trading and exploring.
Evo moment 37; the greatest moment in gaming of all time ever:
I agree. When I first saw this like 8-9 years ago, I got goosebumps on my arm. This is the greatest comeback ever. I probably added 1000 views to that video over all these years.
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I want the paint mechanic from Jet Grind Radio adapted to Kinect. Could be the greatest Kinect game ever made.
pnut3844 posted...If anyone has ever played the gamecube exclusive "eternal darkness" then they know the mechanics were epic. It's basically a resident evil/alone in the dark type game where you play different characters throughout time, and you have to fight these monsters. You have a health meter, a mana meter for spells where you combine different runes to form different spells, and an insanity meter. That's right, an insanity meter. By far the coolest mechanic I've ever seen. How it works is everytime you see a monster the meter drops. As it drops you slowly lose your sanity and start experiencing horrific things, hallucinations such as your head falling off, you shrinking, the entire room being upside down etc. But by far the coolest aspect of the insanity meter is, not only does it mess with your character, it messes with you the gamer. The coolest ones that spring to mind are: "seeing" a fly walk across the tv, the volume turning up or even muting on its own, the tv turning off, and the scariest one is when you save your game it says "game deleted, restarting". Of course none of these things are happening but it's freaking awesome. Now think about this, with the xbone being integrated with the tv, it could actually do these things. Throw in the kinect to mess with you and you have one of most epic remakes ever. I should start a topic about that lol.
I really wish devs would start utilizing the kinect and it's awesome capabilities. There's so many good ideas I have for it, and I know if I can come up with them they sure can. Seems like they're just lazy and want stick to the same old bs that always sells. Someone needs to break the mold with this hardware. Everyone is saying the kinect sucks and is useless but that's not MS fault, they gave them the tools to work with, but devs have gotten too lazy and monotonous. Sure I enjoy a good fps but how many of those do we have now? Someone be original already.
Braid's time bending thing was pretty dope.
I've seen gameplay and it basically copied prince of Persia but made it infinite. What's fun about never being able to die?
dueric posted...Braid's time bending thing was pretty dope.
Umm, the puzzles both games built around such a mechanic.
...and you can die in every PoP except the reboot.
"It was the patient, cut-flower sound of a man who is waiting to die."
pnut3844 posted...dueric posted...Braid's time bending thing was pretty dope.
I was referring to the time mechanic. Its just like PoP. Except infinite. Which means in braid, not PoP, you can't die
Failing a mission would open up new conversions if you were driving with someone. Even went as far to have dialogue depending on the vehicles you used. Packie had great one liners while I was flying a Chopper.
Reloading with a mag not empty, mag would not be thrown away. Possibly only containing one bullet after your next reload. Had some crazy kills knowing I only had a few shots to pull it off.
Midnight club 2
Driving on two wheels was originally implemented for driving between traffic but after many hours it turned into a means of precise cornering for insane race times once perfected.
Soon we will all have to make the choice between what is right and what is easy
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Perfect Dark: second player gets to control all the enemies in a mission and tries to stop player one from completing said mission.
Xbox Live Gamertag: natraps
I want to roll up the cosmos again. There are so many things.
Cheating has gone hand-in-hand with gaming for centuries. Video games in particular often have cheats built right into the game.