I just want you to know I'm saying this as respectfully and as non-combative as possible, but to be fair you have to admit that developer cycles get longer as systems evolve over time. The cars this time around have more detailed interiors and expanded customization options than the previous Saints Row games. So it takes longer to model all of those assets with them having more detailed meshes.i dont understand whats the problem about they using the same cars from the first one but even tho they did, it still shows that they made more than 62 new cars in less than 2 years from the scratch and the new dev team only made 80+ game in 8 YEARS.
You're both right here. However, SR2 just had a preset system in place the reboot just removed those presets to give the player more freedom. If you do end up playing the game I did make my own presets for the community to use in case they needed a starting point in the reboot's customization.Are you high brother? Even npcs react to you based on your gender in Sr2 what are you talking about?
I think he was referring to your earlier point about animations. They preferred to have more animations for the world, NPCs, taunts & compliments, vehicles and things like that, so they had to sacrifice gun animations for that because then each gun, weapon mod, and visual mods would take up more memory. So that's why Mega said that keyblade just reuses the baseball bat animation.Who said anything about the keyblades animation? who said anything about baseball bat?
With the gang aesthetics point you made, I want to ask you two fair questions.first two Sr games with all the gang aesthetics like playing as a real gang leader
After Saints Row 1, do you believe that the developers wanted to allow the player to make the decision on what gang they wanted to run?
If the reboot gave you an option to have a "classic" gang customization option that's the aesthetic you're looking for, would you still refrain from buying it?
(To answer my own question, with the introduction of the gang customization system in Saints Row 2, it kind of hinted that they wanted to give the player more control on what kind of gang they wanted to have. They gave the player the ability to have a gang of Ninjas, Pimps and Ho's, 80's theme etc etc.)
Again, I'm not arguing, I'm just trying to be reasonable with you.