So you're saying
I could be wrong, but I could have sworn I heard a lot of folks from the MP3 team left after they wrapped.
I think that's all in the sound design. Aside from a couple long guns I don't think they feel very good in RDR2 at all. MP3 was tight.
the only other game i can recall off the top of my head that depicted the oval office is hitman: blood money
It's generally a safe bet to assume that any "popular" room or location are actually a lot smaller in real life... It's kind of always the case
"Ivan Office" is a "Drumpf"-level of kitsch, but I think MW2 went to DC? Could be very wrong.
No doubt. It's just that to my knowledge there's a fake White House near LA that everything gets filmed at, so my image of the OO is based on that.
Aye the sound in RDR2 is damn good
Arkham Knight was good god damn it
I don't think anyone really dislikes the Batmobile itself. It controls really well and the chases are generally exciting.
Whenever I see images of people in games I always assume it's exactly that same thing.lol... I forgot that part where you analyze dead bodies with the detective vision and there's a bunch of headshot of people showing up super quickly like if Batman was scanning through a people database to find the dead man's identity...
All those headshots are Rocksteady and WB people... I recognize a bunch of them haha. Especially since a lot of those people still use those images as their profile images in Outlook
I don't know what you're saying, Die-Hardman is a perfectly reasonable name for a character we are supposed to take seriously.
The quality of any game can be absolutely assumed solely via their characters' idle animations.
i will laugh my ass off if we get through the whole game and he doesn't turn evil at any point and hes just a guy who decided to get a skull mask instead of a normal non evil looking mask