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User Info: wizardmon

4 years ago#31
dekou posted...
Guild Wars 2

Great animations!
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4 years ago#32
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User Info: jelly2008

4 years ago#33
Hmmm. :) Nice list guys:)
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4 years ago#34
Kosba_2142 posted...
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Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
Jak 2
Jak 3

Ah. The classic series. :)

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User Info: ZeraphLordS

4 years ago#35

Dark Souls has some really nice anims.

Have a look at Overgrowth if you want to see some procedural animation (dynamically adjusting based on situation/distance etc.) Assassin's Creed also does a bit of this, especially noticeable when the horse's hooves will always try to contact the ground, regardless of the surface. The simplest variation of this is probably something like HL2, where feet will try to hit steps, rather than treating it like a ramp.

Sui Generis has completely done away with traditional animation, instead using a dynamic physics model to provide movement. They look a bit drunk, but it's neat nonetheless.

Check out the Ogre and the crate fall especially.
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4 years ago#36
Assassin's Creed 2, and yes in Overgrowth combat movements flow into each other very well.
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4 years ago#37
G1ANT_SQU1D posted...
Red dead redemptions anims always felt quite real

Rockstar games always felt pretty terrible in the animation department. Hilarious and entertaining, yes. Excellent, no.
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User Info: CatalystGuitar18

4 years ago#38
Uncharted 2 / 3
Jak and Daxter series
Rayman Origins / Legends
Mark of the Ninja
Max Payne 3
Aladdin (SNES / GEN)
The Jungle Book (SNES)
Earthworm Jim 2
Prince of Persia: Sands of Time
Prince of Persia '08
Portal 2 (the environment animation is spectacular)
Custer's Revenge.
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