You’re absolutely right.
Most engines that are using in-engine scene rendering have different options for the camera's you use. I know because I've used them.Yes the entire game is technically CGI but “CG cutscenes” is a well-known term that refers to super duper high quality cutscenes rendered on expensive supercomputers.
I am aware that the game is going to be mostly comprised of in-game cutscenes. Just like literally every other Final Fantasy. What i’m saying is that it won’t be in-game in its entirety, as evidenced by the shots of Cloud on the train. There will be some CGI cutscenes.
Unless they made them cel shaded it makes sense for them to look and behave 'realistically'
Dude I looked at your avatar and "reno" turned into "nero"
This was great had a smile on my face the whole time watching. I think she nails Aerith better than any of the voice actresses before her.The voice actress for Aerith seeing the trailer for the first time.
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I wonder if we're looking at the PC and PS5 version here. Current gen might not look this clean and polished, and base PS4 might even be 900p. It's so damn pretty.
Hehe no i mean a 'real' sequel , would be a shame when the voice cast art and everything is already in place, some day they may work on it.
Streaming was her way of making income but she is an actress. IIRC she even had a video about a failed tv pilot. Gotta remember that for a lot of people streaming/let's play is their way of making income after hitting a gap in their career.
Ok but SE literally has their own CGI studio, so they’re going to use it. I posted some Aerith in-game vs. CGI comparison shots on this page, to show that the game will indeed not be entirely in-game.Most engines that are using in-engine scene rendering have different options for the camera's you use. I know because I've used them.
I guess closer to release as they start doing interviews if that comes up hopefully they can answer it. But they have been doing less and less, pre-rendered cutscenes because there's a response time issue when having it loaded/cached when going from gameplay to clip.
Most all big AAA first party games have it and are using this as apposed to pre-rendered.
Tifa’s facial animations look unfinished in a lot of shots. She definitely has more of a doll look than Aeris does.
Yeah, IMO because they want to give her the typical animu kawaii female character face.
What upsets me about Barrett is that they are basing it off the English characterization, which was an invention of the localizer and has been long since criticised.