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User Info: Ken_Low

Ken_Low
4 years ago#1
Much better than the original Roster Character Models
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User Info: pirajacinto

pirajacinto
4 years ago#2
They had more time to work on their models is my only guess...because I can't fault almost any of the DLC characters, they all look SO good! The DLC characters actually puts some of the models in this game to shame, more so when so much of them have entrance attires and others in the actual game don't.
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User Info: xraveneffectx

xraveneffectx
4 years ago#3
The Ryback model looks too small.
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User Info: WingedRegent

WingedRegent
4 years ago#4
From: pirajacinto | #002
They had more time to work on their models is my only guess...because I can't fault almost any of the DLC characters, they all look SO good! The DLC characters actually puts some of the models in this game to shame, more so when so much of them have entrance attires and others in the actual game don't.


I gotta say I agree with that. The DLC models look fantastic all around.
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User Info: hulkhogan1

hulkhogan1
4 years ago#5
pirajacinto posted...
They had more time to work on their models is my only guess...because I can't fault almost any of the DLC characters, they all look SO good! The DLC characters actually puts some of the models in this game to shame, more so when so much of them have entrance attires and others in the actual game don't.


Most in game wrestlers have entrance attires too. Maybe not all of them, but compare it to how many had them the last few years and it's a huge improvement.

User Info: WingedRegent

WingedRegent
4 years ago#6
From: hulkhogan1 | #005
pirajacinto posted...
They had more time to work on their models is my only guess...because I can't fault almost any of the DLC characters, they all look SO good! The DLC characters actually puts some of the models in this game to shame, more so when so much of them have entrance attires and others in the actual game don't.


Most in game wrestlers have entrance attires too. Maybe not all of them, but compare it to how many had them the last few years and it's a huge improvement.


^True. A good majority of them got entrance attires as they do in real life.
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User Info: pirajacinto

pirajacinto
4 years ago#7
^That's true, I must have thought that because of how big the roster is already in the game, compared to about a more handful of amount of wrestlers for DLC and it wasn't a completely fair call. It was awesome seeing R-Truth with his vest.

This actually brings a pretty good point. I can't remember the last time R-Truth wore his protection vest, which relates back to Tensai and Yoshi Tatsu. Could be why they don't work on entrance attire: By the time they finish making it, they stop wearing it.
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User Info: WingedRegent

WingedRegent
4 years ago#8
From: pirajacinto | #007
^That's true, I must have thought that because of how big the roster is already in the game, compared to about a more handful of amount of wrestlers for DLC and it wasn't a completely fair call. It was awesome seeing R-Truth with his vest.

This actually brings a pretty good point. I can't remember the last time R-Truth wore his protection vest, which relates back to Tensai and Yoshi Tatsu. Could be why they don't work on entrance attire: By the time they finish making it, they stop wearing it.


Last time R-Truth wore that vest, it was before he started tag teaming with Kofi IIRC.

And lol. I just realized that. That does suck for them, but the detail is appreciated at least.
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User Info: dankanefan

dankanefan
4 years ago#9
xraveneffectx posted...
The Ryback model looks too small.


No it doesn't, he's a pretty small guy.
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User Info: hulkhogan1

hulkhogan1
4 years ago#10
WingedRegent posted...
From: pirajacinto | #007
^That's true, I must have thought that because of how big the roster is already in the game, compared to about a more handful of amount of wrestlers for DLC and it wasn't a completely fair call. It was awesome seeing R-Truth with his vest.

This actually brings a pretty good point. I can't remember the last time R-Truth wore his protection vest, which relates back to Tensai and Yoshi Tatsu. Could be why they don't work on entrance attire: By the time they finish making it, they stop wearing it.


Last time R-Truth wore that vest, it was before he started tag teaming with Kofi IIRC.

And lol. I just realized that. That does suck for them, but the detail is appreciated at least.


Another thing to consider is, it's not as simple as them just slapping an entrance attire on someone like it's nothing. It takes time and money for them to create entrance attire, just as it does to create an entire model for someone. The fact that they were able to make such a large roster this year, and still include proper entrance attires for most of them is pretty impressive.
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