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Old 06-22-2011, 05:24 AM   #21
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I only vaguely remember watching bits of the cartoon years ago, but I've never really followed Tintin.

I'm curious about the Spielberg/Jackson movies, though

The art/graphic style for the game looks cool, but as someone has already said, game adaptions of movies (and vice versa) tend to suck! I will keep a 'casual' eye out for the games, just in case...
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I remember playing the original Broken Sword and thinking how it reminded me of a slow paced Tin Tin, though I don't really know why. Thinking back to the cartoons I enjoyed as a child (I never got around to the books, but they are on my bucket list) and there's just something similar about the whole atmosphere. Sergeant Moue could have made a wonderful stand in for the Thompson twins...

Im disgressing...... Sorry

I wish the Tin Tin game was an AG, the franchise fits the model soooo well.

But, then, if they simply made a Broken Sword 4 I think I may be just as happy. (Well, not quite but almost).
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Old 06-23-2011, 07:14 AM   #23
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I remember playing the original Broken Sword and thinking how it reminded me of a slow paced Tin Tin, though I don't really know why.
Yeah...

There's even a couple of small references to Tintin in the Broken Sword series: at the beginning of BS1 Sergent Moue and Rosso mention him, and, as George, there's a shop window you can examine in BS3 where George will mention his Tintin collection.

It can't be coincidence...
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maybe it was subliminal :| references to Tintin I only subconsciously picked up on...
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Daniel Craig will be playing in the movie <3
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It's a pity they couldn't duplicate Hergé's distinctive art. E.g. by applying filters to the 3D. I wonder, do people prefer the shaded 3D, or is it just technically too difficult to make it authentic? Or will the movie replace the comics in the popular imagination?
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:16 AM   #27
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It's a pity they couldn't duplicate Hergé's distinctive art.
Yes,unfortunately 3d suffering from absent of ligne claire sharpness
, wish game were more look like concept art..

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That is beautiful! I hope I get a chance to create a house like that in my next game. A cutaway would be ideal for something like Dracula, where the hero is trapped in the castle, and doesn't know how far it's safe to explore...
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That is beautiful! I hope I get a chance to create a house like that in my next game. A cutaway would be ideal for something like Dracula, where the hero is trapped in the castle, and doesn't know how far it's safe to explore...
*cough*Castlevania*cough*
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New screens reveals title as secret of the unicorn..

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I figured the game would be the Secret of the Unicorn since that is what the film is based on.
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Old 10-18-2011, 11:40 PM   #32
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Released early



* Play as Tintin, Snowy, Captain Haddock or other characters.
* Travel the world and discover many environments from the movie
and beyond, such as Captain Haddock's ship, the moonlit
deserts of the northern Sahara, the exotic city of
Bagghar and more.
* Relive major moments of the movie through a variety of
gameplay, from platforming to sword fighting and plane
piloting.
* Share the fun in co-op mode play together with your friends to help
solve the mysteries! Experiment with your characters' new skills,
collect treasures, earn disguises and unlock new maps.
* Compete in Challenge Mode For a little extra competition,
play against AI in specific challenges.
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