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C-STRIKERZ
10-19-2005, 03:21 PM
in tgs 2005 snk annonce that they will relesed a new kof on the nex-gen console....okay ... the first thing that pop out in my mind is maximam impact...and that's bother me a lot cuz i realy love the old kof character's and mm character are taken the spotlight from the old one's .... and that what we saw in the anmie .

enough with mm snk said that the game will be in 3d ...... and i don't think that they will make a new 3d kof ..... and leave the 2d .....what if ...the next kof chapter's is a 3d game ? what do you think guy's ?

Weevus
10-19-2005, 03:30 PM
I'd pretty much be happy with anything 2d.

Mark of the Wolves
10-19-2005, 04:15 PM
It will be Maximum Impact 3.

Tung Fu ru
10-20-2005, 01:32 PM
It will be Maximum Impact 3.

probably a good posibility

newhere
10-20-2005, 02:41 PM
It will be Maximum Impact 3.
I guess he meant brand new kof title. Cause I guess im remembering something like that. A new kof out of MI and XI.but I could be mistaken.
:confused:

Akihabara
10-20-2005, 10:41 PM
Maybe it's MI2 for next gen with some new additions?

MI2 will be a VERY important game for SNK.

onefortheride
10-20-2005, 10:45 PM
very important ... thats an understatement.

i hope whatever it is, is at least something decent.
but dont hold your breath.

kernow
10-21-2005, 07:06 AM
lol KOF MI2

Fran
10-21-2005, 07:12 AM
with virtua fighter around,
other companies shouldn't even bother with 3d fighting games

tekken v - 5.1 - dark resurrection are definitely getting some attention

but that's just because vf 5 isn't out yet

having said that,
maximum impact,well... :spock:

kernow
10-21-2005, 07:13 AM
ROFL SNK AND 3 DIMENSIONS

Fran
10-21-2005, 07:17 AM
i don't hate them for trying,no

i simply couldn't care less

and the fact mi 1 was pretty mediocre
and 2 will prolly be just slighty better
doesn't help the cause

SouthtownKid
10-21-2005, 08:18 AM
With no more MVS/homecart releases ever coming, I can sit back and see whatever they come up with without getting too worked up. I'd like them to keep developing 2D fighters, but if they want to concentrate on the direct-to-home market, and play around with 3D...whatever. I was not planning on getting an AW, and even my favorite Neo games are pretty much all from 10 years ago. Even if they came out with 5 new 2D fighters a year, in 10 years from now, I'm sure more than half of my favorite SNK fighters would still be the ones they were in 1995.

Whatever they decide to do, I'll take it as it comes and try my best to judge it on its own merit, without wishing it was something else. The only thing I ask is that they not give up so quickly like they did with the Hyper 64. I've said it a million times like a broken record, but even as much as I prefer 2D to 3D, I think if they had been able to last a few more generations of games with the Hyper 64, we would have seen some really great stuff.

Max Impact was a million miles from perfect, but it was as promising a first attempt at 3D (for snkp), as Street Smart was for a first attempt at 2D fighting. It was a long wait until Fatal Fury 2 rolled around.

Fran
10-21-2005, 09:01 AM
:p

street smart / 1989 * garou 2 / 1992

so 3 years of "wait"

playmore has been around longer than that

snk went under at the end of 2001

it's been 4 years now

:p

but nah,i gave playmore a lot of shit in the past

they're not snk that's for sure

but i liked the majority of their games ( or games published by them like ss 0 sp )

Takumaji
10-21-2005, 09:36 AM
I want so see a Mushihime-style shmup from Playmore... j/k

Ah well, I'm not one of those MI haters. I found it quite, uhm, respectable for a first step in 3D games development. Maybe it wasn't what most ppl expected, but I sure as hell won't bash it just because it's 3D.

Gameplay-wise, MI was a step in the right direction if you ask me because it contains lots of elements of 2D fighters but adds another dimension, just like FF:WA did some years ago. Of course it has its shortcomings (and balance issues), but after spending some days with it both vs CPU (which is lame) and in 2P, I think if they iron out some flaws, MI2 will be a much better game and get a broader acceptance... yeah, it's not VF4 Evo and will never be, but that would be too much to ask for anyway.

roker
10-21-2005, 10:04 AM
I'd like to see KOF MI2 be a success just for the fact that it'd pump money into company, thus letting them continue with the 2D games for the fanatics

does that make sense?

kernow
10-21-2005, 11:00 AM
yes, but you'll play anything with a blue three letter logo on

other people aren't as blind

HMM VF4 OR MI .. let me see.


I want so see a Mushihime-style shmup from Playmore... j/k

Ah well, I'm not one of those MI haters. I found it quite, uhm, respectable for a first step in 3D games development. Maybe it wasn't what most ppl expected, but I sure as hell won't bash it just because it's 3D.

Gameplay-wise, MI was a step in the right direction if you ask me because it contains lots of elements of 2D fighters but adds another dimension, just like FF:WA did some years ago. Of course it has its shortcomings (and balance issues), but after spending some days with it both vs CPU (which is lame) and in 2P, I think if they iron out some flaws, MI2 will be a much better game and get a broader acceptance... yeah, it's not VF4 Evo and will never be, but that would be too much to ask for anyway.

onefortheride
10-21-2005, 11:14 AM
yes, but you'll play anything with a blue three letter logo on
other people aren't as blind.

:kekeke: yeah, playmore tried ... but its painfully obvious they arent SNK.

beelzebubble
10-21-2005, 11:14 AM
yes, but you'll play anything with a blue three letter logo on

other people aren't as blind

HMM VF4 OR MI .. let me see.

pot kettle black nintendo.

Kirk Foiden
10-21-2005, 11:48 AM
It would be very odd if anybody even expected a KOF or Fatal Fury game to play like VF4 EVO.

They may be 3D, but they are still clearly not in the same genre. KOF MI is still a 2D fighter with a 3D look. It's better compared to Street Fighter EX or Bloody Roar, or SNK's not-so-great 3D 2D-style fighting games. If playmore were still SNK, then KOF MI would've looked worse and played worse. SNK had a great team, but they were bad at 3D.

Takumaji
10-21-2005, 12:16 PM
yes, but you'll play anything with a blue three letter logo on

other people aren't as blind

HMM VF4 OR MI .. let me see.

I'm not blind, I only have -4/-3.25 dioptrine... :cool:

wizkid007
10-21-2005, 02:37 PM
pot kettle black nintendo.

I think the difference is the majority of nintendo titles are close to exceptional. And the sales proof this.

Orlando Ortiz
10-21-2005, 02:51 PM
I work for EGM Brasil - the only official word we havefrom the company regarding a next-gen KOF game is another stupid Maximum Impact title.

Don't hold your breath for anything 2D or OMG HI RES GGX-STYLE SPRITES kinda stuff.

Blue Steel
10-21-2005, 03:27 PM
I think the difference is the majority of nintendo titles are close to exceptional. And the sales proof this.
prove

I wish nintendo didn't milk mario so much though. DS is really tempting me lately, and the wifi is sounding really cool.

SouthtownKid
10-21-2005, 04:03 PM
:p

street smart / 1989 * garou 2 / 1992

so 3 years of "wait"

playmore has been around longer than thatBut since they have a fraction of SNK's staff (and the staff they do have has a fraction of the talent SNK staff had), you're going to have to extend the waiting period...

But I was talking more about their attempts at 3D, of which MI was their first. I've already been enjoying a lot of their 2D stuff.

beelzebubble
10-21-2005, 09:37 PM
I think the difference is the majority of nintendo titles are close to exceptional. And the sales proof this.

doesnt change the fact its hypocritical.

C-STRIKERZ
10-22-2005, 06:15 PM
maybe if they remake buriki one ? you know 3d is okay but it's sad to know that maybe snk is living the 2d game's behind......i mean did see how they commricial mm2 in tgs2005 ..... and on the other hand they did relesed a classic collction of ther old 2d games ...... ? is this mean that snk is done with the 2d gener ? hope's not

"Macho Man" Butta Supremo
10-22-2005, 07:32 PM
I think the difference is the majority of nintendo titles are close to exceptional. And the sales proof this.

Sales prove nothing except there are plenty of sheep for anything nintendo.

I wish nintendo games were still exceptional.

LWK
10-22-2005, 08:41 PM
Sales prove nothing except there are plenty of sheep for anything nintendo.

I wish nintendo games were still exceptional.

Whats not to love? Theres quite a few awesome nintendo games to look forward to in the future. Are you trapped in the snes standard mentality? (This is a tough mold to break, considering I know this better then anyone, cough lttp)

"Macho Man" Butta Supremo
10-22-2005, 11:51 PM
Whats not to love? Theres quite a few awesome nintendo games to look forward to in the future. Are you trapped in the snes standard mentality? (This is a tough mold to break, considering I know this better then anyone, cough lttp)

I don't like 3D platformers or adventure games. So yea I guess I'm trapped in the snes standard mentality, aka the lots of good games mentality.

I am looking forward to a few DS games though.

LWK
10-23-2005, 12:23 AM
I don't like 3D platformers or adventure games. So yea I guess I'm trapped in the snes standard mentality, aka the lots of good games mentality.

I am looking forward to a few DS games though.

I'm like this also with a great number of rpg's. I do like the more advanced systems they had with FFVII and FFVIII, VIII was hated on, but the battle system was cool and I just enjoyed the confusing crap that game is made up of.

Regarding snes/super fami..
It just seems to me the games came at a perfect time. I used to ditch school to just stay home and continue my file in Chrono trigger when I was younger. My mom would get so pissed off about it. New Game+ was not helping the situation any.

My favorites:

Zelda LTTP, Mario Kart, Soul Blazer/Blader/ Secret of mana, chrono trigger. Etc.
I could spit titles all day, snes is still the most consistently awesome system to this day. Its the snes mentality that made me a neo fan.

Violent Ryo
10-23-2005, 12:56 PM
I'd like to see KOF MI2 be a success just for the fact that it'd pump money into company, thus letting them continue with the 2D games for the fanatics

does that make sense?

Yes it does, and I agree whole heartedly.

MI 1 was a big success in Japan for Playmore, and sold the most out of the SNKP games released in the US prior to the KOF 02/03 packs.

MI 2 and 3 will probably be big hits in Japan as well and thats great news for fans like us, which means that more money will be made.

With those profits, more investment will be placed on new projects and to make classic 2D franchises better.

Oh, and KOF MI 2 actually looks like it will be fun, so I'm excited about the future releases from SNKP for quite a few reasons.

People just need to get over the fact that the old SNK is no more and 3D is here to stay (even tho I hate prettymuch 90% of all 3D games.)

Mark of the Wolves
10-24-2005, 11:54 PM
Sales prove nothing except there are plenty of sheep for anything nintendo.

I wish nintendo games were still exceptional.

Exactly. I'd say the GTA games are great and bring attention to how many they've sold, but some people would think I'm crazy.

And if I remember right all SNK Playmore said would be coming to next generation consoles is Maximum Impact 3.