Title: Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter
pikaby - October 26, 2009 01:42 PM (GMT)
5th Cell is really trucking. First Scribblenauts, now this. Both uses the same graphics engine, you can tell from Maxwell's wooden movements that he was made from the same mannequin in Drawn to Life. Even the text is the same. But DtL was quite enjoyable, I might go out on a stretch here and say that game is better than Scribblenauts (IMO). It's just more playable.
Epic opening sequence in the link above. DtL The Next Chapter comes out for both Wii and DS on October 27 in the US.
toadster101 - October 26, 2009 06:41 PM (GMT)
That cutscene was hideous, I'm sorry.
CRAZ1ah - October 27, 2009 08:59 AM (GMT)
toadster has hurt his fealing! j00 shall burg in... *eats chips*
pikaby - October 27, 2009 01:33 PM (GMT)
toadster: It's a DS cutscene. Not a Wii cutscene.
Bionix Chronicler - November 2, 2009 03:22 AM (GMT)
I just got this game earlier today. Haven't played it yet, but probably will tomorrow. I also got Battle of Giants: Dragons.
pikaby - November 2, 2009 12:57 PM (GMT)
It's pretty fun if you want to design your own stuff. Platforming is still meh, but better than the first game. Character creation's been given more flexibility, you can use up to four hands and legs, and you get to decide their length, as well as the size of the head. You also have a Brush Tool(akin to Photoshop) that can potentially blend colors, and lock up to four colors at a time.
Pokefreak113 - November 2, 2009 08:10 PM (GMT)
I'd buy it if I weren't saving.
pikaby - November 4, 2009 02:02 PM (GMT)
If you have some spare cash, go for it. Wait, don't. Buy A Boy and his Blob first.
DestinyGuy - November 4, 2009 03:50 PM (GMT)
Cutscene was good, but nothing actually happened since she was dreaming...?
P.S. Canvas Curse.
Pokefreak113 - November 4, 2009 07:55 PM (GMT)
pikaby - November 7, 2009 01:55 PM (GMT)
|QUOTE (DestinyGuy @ Nov 4 2009, 03:50 PM)|
| Cutscene was good, but nothing actually happened since she was dreaming...?|
P.S. Canvas Curse.
The story begins after that dream.
It's pretty droll, but the fact that you can create your own things still outweighs that flaw.