Vizi István

Is there a game you'd call art, or at least one you consider pretty closer to being art? *crosses fingers for Killer7*

Not a personal favourite of mine but I suppose Killer7 fits the bill more or less in its own way, though right I personally consider the Pikmin series to be closer to this. The series itself doesn't center around its story since the "actual" story is pretty simple in all three games, but in the sense of "art", it's more about all games having an underlying theme about the power of teamwork and how all species are generally kept alive by feeding on other species in one way or other, and while I said that all three games' story are pretty bare by themselves, the first and third games are having their own little themes as well, with the first game centering around leaving the planet before the 30 days limit is over, and the third game centering around finding food not only for your own planet (which managed its food poorly), but for your own group as well. I may like the first and third games much better than the second one, all three games are wrapping what I said into a package that not only feels much more innocent than what the concept is about, but also well put together in a general sense. Especially the third game, the HD platform really brings out the lively visuals of the franchise.

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Befelé vagy kifelé forduló személyiség vagy?

Elég befelé forduló. Annyira szerencsére nem hogy ismerős, "biztonságos" közegben is megkukuljak, de az is biztos hogy nem én vagyok se a társaság középpontja, se a legrátermettebb arra, hogy vadidegen közegben kezdeményezzek a "megnyílást" illetően.

Brandish WHEN

If it's about Brandish 1, then probably never at this point my good sir (assuming I guess it right how asked this).
But if it's about Brandish 2, then... that's a good question. It's on the list of "games you should try out you lazy sod", but as per usual for situations like this, I'm still waiting for the mood. But one thing I can note already is that B2's OST blows the hell out of B1's OST out of the water. Not that it's hard to do when B1 uses the same song for 2+ hours, but B2's music is still remarkable.


Depends on which one you're talking about. If B1, probably not anymore at this point. If B2, once I'll get off my lazy bum and get to it. Which should be better soon as possible, because some birds whispered to me that B2 is something else.

Which one do you prefer: Hitman or Splinter Cell?

I haven't played a single Splinter Cell game, and I only played Hitman: Blood Money up to the third or fourth mission, so I'd say Hitman but that wouldn't be a fair judgment at all.

Do you think that Valkyrie Drive will be a worthy spiritual successor to Deus Ex franchise?

In some Sliders-esque bizarro dimension, yes.

Have you played Hank The Chog '06, a.k.a. the greatest platformer of all times being a parallel of Sonic '06?

Well, the stream of it was more technically competent then Sonic '06 was, so I guess that's a good, better experience.

(Regarding previous question, I've completely forgot about Dan Foresque from MediEvil, being a knight from Sony franchise, he should replace Kratos) What would you do if you'd wake up one day only to find out that you've swapped bodies with DSP because the reality bugged out?

I'd probably constantly rake my mind about whether we'll switch back or not, maybe even hoping we'll never switch back. The guy's general behaviour is awful enough that if we end up back in our own body, trying to explain the situation and/or repair the damage he'd do would be a nigh impossible task.

So I'm not the only person who isn't too impressed with Kratos in Shovel Knight, good to know. Who would you use as a guest character yourself? (Clearly Shimakaze, after all, KanColle is now labeled as the "Savior of Vita" in Japan so Sony owes it to her. No, I'm not joking about the savior part)

It's a tough question actually. Battletoads makes a lot of sense because the franchise was around from the era Shovel Knight wants to revisit and it's a Microsoft property nowadays, but Sony's side would be a dilemma all the same because they didn't really had such a property until the PS1 days. Crash Bandicoot would have made a more or less fitting SK guest candidate back in the '90s, but right now, I honestly don't know what could make a passing guest. I suppose either Ratchet & Clank or Sly Cooper would work, but only because they're "cartoony" enough to be in a game like SK, and even then that's not an option I myself would want, but rather an option that I can see work better than Kratos, or Nathan Drake.
Then again, even Shimakaze would work better than them, at least she has the more fitting potential to make for a boss for a game like SK.

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