I would've bought a Wii version...

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User Info: darkhisham

darkhisham
3 years ago#1
I know the technical limitations of the console and how the graphics would've been downgraded, but all I could think of was how much better the gameplay would feel if playing with the wiimote instead of that boring thing they did to slash things. Like a faster No More Heroes.

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ukokira1
3 years ago#2
It would take more than downgraded graphics dear.
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DJ_0000
3 years ago#3
Trying to accurately slash with a Wii remote would be ridiculously broken and the framerate would probably be complete poo as well.
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Raeng
3 years ago#4
^I beg to differ. Though the game would look like ass (granted, it already sort of does), it is most definitely possible with Wii Motion Plus. Skyward Sword and Red Steel 2 had amazing swordplay and that would have translated more then nicely to MGR:R in my opinion.

If Revengeance gets a nice modding community on PC we might even see some motion controls, who knows!
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MurphysGhost
3 years ago#5
I personally can't stand motion controls.


So long as motion control was merely an option, I guess I wouldn't mind. I wouldn't be interested in playing the game that way, though.
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ukokira1
3 years ago#6
Raeng posted...
^I beg to differ. Though the game would look like ass (granted, it already sort of does), it is most definitely possible with Wii Motion Plus. Skyward Sword and Red Steel 2 had amazing swordplay and that would have translated more then nicely to MGR:R in my opinion.

If Revengeance gets a nice modding community on PC we might even see some motion controls, who knows!


And the Wii could handle Blade Mode when the PS3/360 barely could?
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Raeng
3 years ago#7
ukokira1 posted...
And the Wii could handle Blade Mode when the PS3/360 barely could?


The calculating power is there, but the insides would be horribly low-res. Also there's a chance it might be so that cutting will just cut in a certain way by default or something.

That said, the Wii-U is more then up to snuff and has motion control as well. Considering that platform is stronger than the PS3 it would be more then up to the task. Hell, a Revengeance U version would actually be pretty slick. Wouldn't mind it!
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PyroSpark
3 years ago#8
ukokira1 posted...
It would take more than downgraded graphics dear.


The game is 28 gigs on the ps3 if I recall. It'd be....quite the port.
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Mr_Big_Boss
3 years ago#9
I just finished playing Skyward Sword, I can't imagine enjoying this game as much if it was built around the motion controls, they're not 100% accurate.
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NINFanboy
3 years ago#10
darkhisham posted...
I know the technical limitations of the console and how the graphics would've been downgraded, but all I could think of was how much better the gameplay would feel if playing with the wiimote instead of that boring thing they did to slash things. Like a faster No More Heroes.


That "boring" thing is called a controller. These "boring" things have been around for 30 years. Tried and true method of playing games.

This game requires precision which you can't get from a Wiimote. Try beating one of the Zandatsu VR Missions with motion controls. Games created around motion controls leave a lot of room for error; they leave a giant hall with marbled floor and ceiling frescos by Michelangelo for error.

You know, there are SO MANY casual games out there while hardcore games like MGR are rare and a dying breed. Why can't you just leave the poor thing alone? It's standing upright and its vitals are good. And here you are wondering how an MGR burger would taste.

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