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Everything posted by CROSS-Out

  1. I almost want Ricochet to get released just so he can go somewhere that actually respects his talents.
  2. I'd love to see the successor to Mitsuharu Misawa laying waste in NJPW.
  3. I *censored*in knew it. I knew bringing that piece of shit back was going to be disastrous.
  4. And yet Velveteen still has a job too. Seriously. *Censored* the WWE.
  5. How tf they gonna fire Samoa goddamn Joe and keep Ryker?
  6. I don't *censored*in understand this company. Like legit, they cannot go a friggin day without shooting themselves in the foot.
  7. They released JOE?! JUST WHAT the *Censored* are these idiots thinking?!
  8. I think this is a bit silly. Yes games like Ea UFC have better looking models for caws but it comes at the expense of how in depth you can make them. Pretty as the ocean, shallow as a puddle.
  9. This is very likely to be the last CAW I make publically for 2K20, as 2K22 is coming soon and i'm utterly tired of the issues with 2K20. The Amsterdam Superman Casper Koning, comes with a face Hero attire and an Anti-Hero heel/tweener attire with the tagline NO Hero NO More. NO points for guessing who he's based off of. I may give him some tattoos in the future if I kind think of some I think suit him.
  10. I mean even if it is last gen only itll still run on the ps5, and if 2K uses a bit of forethought it'd still run better on it.
  11. Well here's a goddamn new one, a caw I created just straight up doesn't appear in the list for create an entrance and create a victory.
  12. Lighting is usually dependent on the lighting engine, which is not the same as the game engine. Not always, but I believe that is the case with the WWE games. Walking and movement are an animation and control issue, engine doesn't need to be changed to fix that. Physics.. I can't say i'm one hundred percent on that one. They could be a game engine issue assuming you mean hit detection but those might be fixable without having to build something new. Don't get me wrong guys, if 2K were to suddenly announce they had a team working on a new engine to replace the aging old one, I would be excited, because they could build it to natively support a lot of features and issues they've had to work around; but its dangerous to get into thinking that the engine is the be all and end all of the whole shabang.
  13. GUYS, a new engine is not the answer to all your problems. Please stop bringing it up if you don't actually understand what it is you're asking for and talking about. Engine is not synonymous with gameplay.
  14. Ehh, I think the comparison between Fire Pro and WWE is important there. Fire Pro has a good move creator, but all its moves are entirely sprite based. There's no fluidity or jank you need to worry about there, in comparison to flowing mocap.
  15. I know we got a Kenny Omega entrance in 2K19 but I wouldn't mind a different one as well, since that one only fits one fascet of his personality.
  16. This might be the safest Ganso Bomb i've ever seen. Holds him higher up than normal so that they don't hit the mat at the same time, and then uses his legs to let Warrior slide to the ground safer.
  17. How about the Mad Scientist Bomb?
  18. 2K19 was a great game. Here's the thing, when most people hear game engine, they tend to think way to rigidly. Its not a simple factor of "game engine old therefore bad". It can be limiting if something in the engine wasn't built to handle an idea (for instance, the current WWE games engine is not built to handle submission holds from a turnbuckle that go into the submission mini-game, thus why the turnbuckle Bully Choke or whatever Brian kendrick changed it to is just a regular impact move). But the engine like anything else is still a bundle of code that can be edited and modified by talented coders. The main problem, of course, is time. Working on an engine, whether modifying an existing one or creating a new one, is a lot more involved than just making a game using the engine. The issue is not that the engine is bad or anything of the like, the problem is A: They brought in a bunch of new coders who had absolutely no experience with the thing for 2K20, B: they used 2K18 as the base for some idiotic reason even though 2K19 had already fixed up a lot of stuff. C : (*Censored* off emojis) from what I can tell, Yukes coding is already rather messy and any programmer will tell you trying to read someone elses code if it isn't extremely well done is like pulling teeth. D : (seriously, *Censored* off emojis) 2K20s issues from what i've heard was not just code related. Do I think a great game can be made on the current engine? Of course I do, Skyrim was made on the same engine, albeit modified, as Oblivion, Fallout 3, and Morrowind. WWE 2K19, while still rather buggy, was made on the same engine as 2K18 and 2K20. I also am aware that they would need a lot of time off (in-office as well, and likely 2 or 3 years just working on the engine without even using it to make a game) to make a new engine that wouldn't have enormous caveats, sloppy code, or severe oversights. The goal here for 2K needs to not be "oh no engine bad we need new engine now plz yes", it needs to be sitting everyone down, getting familiar with the code and how it all works, dedicating some goddamn time to bug testing and fixing, management that doesn't sit around on their ass and leave everyone with no clue what they're doing, and a willingness to stand up to 2K and WWE and say "if we release this broken, its going to be another disaster. If we need extra time, give us the goddamn extra time". 2K20 was in my personal opinion the culmination of multiple issues with Yukes departure acting as the catalyst to trigger them. I am of the personal opinion Yukes leaving is not a bad thing, they are not blameless in the issues the games have had for years, and going across the pond on a constant basis to make a game every year was eventually going to blow up in their faces. The problem is the suddenness of it all, and no one thinking ahead. The engines age is actually something of a minor factor, I think, in it all. Whats needed is time, talent, and common sense. The upcoming competition might also be a nice kick in the ass which the series has sorely needed.
  19. Rumour has it Sony is working on a proper answer to gamepass (since Now certainly isn't it) but your point of view is certainly understandable.
  20. Got mine just the other day. Thank God for kijiji
  21. There was no way they were gonna build a new engine once COVID kicked in, thats not the kind of thing you do from home without wanting to shoot yourself.
  22. What, you don't think WWE'12 Booker T is the epitome of quality?
  23. The models looked about the same, but the lighting, specifically the shine, seemed to be better.
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