Discussion in 'Console Gaming' started by iroboto, Jun 8, 2018.
I see what you did there.
so this is it here Al. level playing field
i'm gonna main Helena!
I was wondering whose face I'd see deform. :V
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TBH, the excessive jiggle modes just looked really stupid in DOA5 anyway. I always stuck to the default.
Characters are not much better-looking than DOA5. Stages so far are small, flat, and boring. Screen is covered with blur, blood, and effluvia. Gameplay is constantly interrupted by slow motion moves. Director added a dedicated beginner button.
I was excited to hear DOA was back. I no longer am after seeing the trailer.
I'm going to guess that the slo-mo stuff is just for the special button thing ala power blows, if not a replacement of power blows.
AlPlatforms = Any supporting jigglies approved by @AlBran?
Is it coming to the Switch?
Lol no. Just realized my fail there.
I love those graphics
edit: Strange. Its like the texture broke under her trouser
And also. Very difficult to manufacture stockings that are pointed and stay on the leg like Helena is wearing.
If it was circular smooth the elastic would hold it in place, other types could be held by straps. Hers looks like stockings that would be expensive or impossible to purchase.
Edit: nvm. Just sew the stocking onto a full length transparent stocking and it would hold the shape.
Upon closer inspection, there's a spherical impact effect going on there, hence Kasumi's weird bottom in the static shot - it's just the bubble reflecting oddly from the statue. You can see it again at 43 seconds.
Not that difficult actually. The silicone elastic would be just under where the top "spikes" start. The spikes are reinforced slightly to make them be stiff so that they'd stay up. It's usually a costume thing, so while it wouldn't hold up under daily use (or fighting game use ), it does well enough for special occasions.
Show me some examples on the interwebs.... for research of course
Planning to cosplay? :v
Here's a rather tame example of the concept.
A rather tame and conservative example. Back when Anne Rice's vampire novels were all the rage in the 1990's, stockings that were much closer to those shown in the reveal trailer were still rare but more common than nowadays. A girlfriend I had back then was obsessively into Anne Rice vampire cosplay and used to wear stockings similar to those in the trailer for special occasions.
She may have even had them custom made. Many of the people that were into the "Vampire Lestat Culture" in Los Angeles at the time were also in the garment industry. I lost contact with her years ago so I can't ask her unfortunately.