Black and White announced for DS! First screenshots inside!

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  1. Teasy

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    What's wrong with HTML on this forum. I've unticked "disable HTML" and the above link shows up correctly in the preview function. But it doesn't work when posted...
     
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    OH SH*T!! That's sweet lookin. :shock:
     
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    Is it blurry?
     
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    london-boy, that's just as bad as when PC-Engine brought DS sales into the PSP sales thread. In fact its probably even worse since at least he was making a direct comparison. Please don't ruin the thread with totally pointless posts.
     
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    If i rephrase it:

    "how is it SWEET LOOKING, considering what you've said about other games?"

    Would it sound better?

    Or maybe "How can you tell how great it looks from tiny screenshots? :lol:"
     
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    It's sweet looking compared to other games on DS. :wink:

    Then again I've seen SEGA's Sonic game that uses motion blur too.

    Anyway B&W should be awesome for those who like god games. The stylus would be perfect for this style of game.
     
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    That would have been much better yes :)
     
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    Personally, even on DS i've seen much better, but maybe that's just me.
     
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    I've seen better graphics on DS as well. But personally I'm basing my excitement about the game on more then graphics alone.
     
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    For some reason i could never get B&W to work on my new PC so i have never played it. Was really looking forward to it.
    Guess this is a game that will be cool to control with the touchscreen
     
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    How's it going to cope with so little processing power...?

    At any rate, I agree with the others - this is a a perfect game for DS, control wise.

    The graphics aren't bad for DS either :)
     
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    Did you play the PC version? There is a perfect JeffK cartoon that describes it.
     
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    Personaly i would expect sub par graphics for this game on both the psp and ds as the ai is very advanced. Esp if they fixed it from the pc version
     
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    What was so advanced about it? Honest question as I don't remember the PC version being too advanced at all. I remember the promises made but was pretty disappointed in how it all turned out. Man, I was so looking forward to it as well - even had a nice screenshot as my background.

    I think Creature Island may have addressed some of the issues though but I didn't bother.
     
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    it may have been in creature island . But the a.i was very advanced the creatures actually learned and i could leave the pc and they would actualy do things i would have had them do while i was gone . I def think it would tax the cpus of both systems more so than the average ds or psp game
     
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    wasnt this also released on playstation many years ago?
    maybe its the ps version ported to handheld
     
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    No I'm pretty sure there wasn't a Playstation version. There was supposed to be a Dreamcast version but that got cancelled.
     
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