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ChinnyVision - The Living Daylights
« on: 09:59, 15 July 17 »
As featured on the cover of ACU, a big movie tie in that arrived 3 months late and is absolutely terrible. I keep hearing story after story of people who never even got off Level 1.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcFdi33TVN4


It's just the same thing over and over again for each level. So many missed opportunities to produce interesting levels from sequences in the movie.


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Re: ChinnyVision - The Living Daylights
« Reply #1 on: 02:30, 16 July 17 »
Sorry ChinnyVision but this is not your greatest video. The interview thing does not work in my opinion.

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Re: ChinnyVision - The Living Daylights
« Reply #2 on: 04:31, 16 July 17 »
Seconded, especially when half the time the other guy is either saying "yeah" or "mmmhmmm", it sometimes sounds like he's grunting.

I get that sometimes it's ok to mix it up and try something different now and again, but this one just dragged.
Credit for trying though.

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Re: ChinnyVision - The Living Daylights
« Reply #3 on: 20:54, 16 July 17 »
Seconded, especially when half the time the other guy is either saying "yeah" or "mmmhmmm", it sometimes sounds like he's grunting.

I get that sometimes it's ok to mix it up and try something different now and again, but this one just dragged.
Credit for trying though.


Gotta try stuff. Feedback has been mixed but the actual viewing figures have been very good (900 views in 48 hours). I'm not going to sit on my hands and churn out the same thing every week though. But I'm not sure if I'd tackle it with pre-recorded footage again. Takes the spontaneity out of of it.


If we ever get around to it, I might do Evening Star or Southern Belle with MrPSB as he knows trains and I don't. But our plan for that was to do it live. Like Future Was 8 Bit And I did the Vectrex.
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Re: ChinnyVision - The Living Daylights
« Reply #4 on: 21:56, 19 July 17 »
Will be interested to see the Southern Belle/Train sim vid, hope that goes through , I wouldn't chuck things out immediately. Just refine it . It should have time to take , even if it is just occasions