As much as I would love to play co-op, it would probably be a fucking mess (if they intended to keep it realistic) xD I mean, your finger slips a little, and you accidentally chop your friends' head off, or kick an enemy in the stomach when your friend is behind him, tossing them both away. On the other hand, fighting AGAINST friends will be AWESOME in this game.
Just2AwesomeFeatured By OwnerJul 10, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
They could turn off friendly fire, though. lol. But I think it would awesome if they had a vs multiplayer thing. Maybe 12-20 people? There could be Free For All, Team Deathmatch, Team CTF, etc. It could be really fun. X)
20 people, that would be absolute madness 8D BUT, in close spaces, it would just become a hell of ragdolized bodies flying around. And I don't know, I just can't consider "turning friendly fire off" as an option, since in this game life doesn't work on a health bar, but on physics and skeletal structure. It just doesn't seem right to me :I (Yeah, you could just go THROUGH the other players but... mneeeh I don't like that).
(Also, don't get me wrong, I don't usually play online games (my pc just dies), with the only exception of LoL, so I don't know how messy this things usually get. Maybe one gets used to it, I don't know)
The game is so freakishly flexible, i suggest just model one in 3d (your biggest block will be controls and workflow.. but as an artist you can model im almost going to garauntee you. you know how to observe stuff enough. and if i can do it even slightly, you sure as heck can, give blender a try, thats where they made some of the stuff in the game,( dont know about the models though)
Great artworks with such interesting variety. I much enjoyed your gallery
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Thanks for sharing and I hope to see you again sometime, Kimmo.