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  1. Metabad
    15 Hours Ago
    Thanks, yeah, same here. I don't think I would've liked Omar nearly as much had they gone with that first sketch for his final design. Really glad they changed it, although I don't think I'd have minded Angel wearing that middle outfit at some point during the movie.

    I wasn't aware that there were any videos of her online, although given that I have seen some interviews with Terri Hawkes, I probably should've expected that. I'll watch the rest of that video later, but so far it's pretty interesting.
  2. Metabad
    1 Day Ago
    Oh also, I found this: http://www.brianlemay.com/rockandrul...uleindex1.html

    Some animation sketches of the demon from the movie, as well as some really dark gags Brian Lemay drew during the production of the movie.
  3. Metabad
    1 Day Ago
    Anyways since you have seen the movie, I wanted to show you some concept sketches I found of the main characters a few days ago.


    They're pretty interesting, even though I'm not too big on Angel's right design, and Omar's old design. Mok's kinda confuses me though since I remember him using most of those designs in the final movie, the only one I don't think was used was the one with the blue sleeves. The first and last designs look like slightly different versions of the final costume he wore in the movie, but they don't look too different. Really like Angel's middle costume though, even if I don't really know where it would've fit in the movie, I'm guessing when she was hooked up to the machine, but then why would the right drawing exist if that were the case? I dunno.
  4. Metabad
    1 Day Ago
    Yeah, Gregory Salata rocked as Omar, he was downright perfect for the role. Same with Susan Roman as Angel and Don Francks as Mok, I can never decide between those three which performance I liked the most. Mok seems to be the most popular character however and I can clearly see why. Although yeah I can totally see why hearing Susan Roman's voice coming out of Angel would be surprising for you.

    I found the animation to be really impressive, it got so surreal whenever Mok came on screen. I loved how compelling the characters were and the music was incredibly catchy, I still get some of the songs stuck in my head even after seeing it three times.

    The movie had a surprisingly all-star cast as far as musicians are concerned, I felt all their speaking voices meshed together with their singing voices seamlessly. (Aside from Mok's two singing voices, which were kind of inconsistent, but the songs were honestly so good that I'm more than willing to overlook that)
  5. Metabad
    1 Day Ago
    Fantastic, I have the BLU-Ray of it myself. Before I got it I watched the original Canadian version on Youtube, then a day later I saw that version spliced with HD American footage (where the Canadian footage would kick in whenever the American version cut out or altered a scene) and then I was going to show my brother Sword of the Stranger which I think he'd really like, but sadly it was the Itallian version, so I just decided to watch Rock & Rule for the third time instead, since I have the BLU-Ray and all.
  6. Metabad
    1 Day Ago
    Hey, I saw your comment on Robin Zander's page yesterday, I take it you've seen Rock & Rule recently?
  7. PsychicVoiceSpy
    1 Week Ago
    The main addition I LOVED in the game was the ability to drag your enemies off and hide them by using the fiber wire. It's so much easier and practical to use the fiber wire to move the enemies instead of dropping them first and 47 using one arm to drag them around. I'm actually a little surprised IO Interactive didn't think of implementing that feature before Absolution. It's a no-brainer, IMO.
  8. PsychicVoiceSpy
    1 Week Ago
    Yeah, when getting through that final level it's crucial to kill as many of them as you can (especially the ones standing closest to 47, since their shots hit him with much more accuracy) or else you've pretty much lost before you can take cover.

    I've played Absolution before, as I've mentioned. I rented it from hastings almost immediately after it was released and the game frustrated me so much that I stopped right after those crazy nuns attacked the hotel 47 was staying in. Since it was a rental I didn't have the will to try and complete it before it had to be returned. It's been over two years since I've played it, so I don't remember much of the plot, but I do remember how the gameplay worked for the most part.

    From what I remember, I didn't care much for Instinct Mode. I especially hated how you had to rely on it for disguises to work properly, and constantly having to let it recharge (which was a little slow from what I remember) got old REALLY fast.
  9. PsychicVoiceSpy
    1 Week Ago
    Now that I've finished all three of these... I think I'm gonna give Absolution another shot. That game frustrated the living crap out of me, but I right now I just want more Hitman so badly that I just feel like I need to play it. Ah yes, getting caught in disguise from fifty miles away and raging over and over again, sounds good. Maybe after playing these three I'll be better at it now.
  10. PsychicVoiceSpy
    1 Week Ago
    I just finished Blood Money. Seriously, just barely finished watching the final cutscene. Waking up Agent 47 was a real pain, and I died SEVERAL times before I could live long enough to wipe out all of those bodyguards. Honestly, I kinda hated the button tapping thing. I was tapping every single button on the controller like a madman and hitting the big, middle button on accident and it kept bringing up the PS3 menu. It took so much effort the get him to wake up I was almost worried I'd damage my controller, and then it started wearing me out. I ended up slamming the shoulder buttons against my leg while I slapped the others with my fingers. It was INSANE!!!

    ...Anyway, it was a really good game. In terms of gameplay alone, this may have been my favorite of the series so far, but the second and third games had a more intense atmosphere and kept my interest in the story better than this one. Not that the story was bad, it just wasn't as atmospheric and intriguing as the other two.

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