Geralt looks cool in this too. No probs here for me eace:
True - in the game footage. But here he looks fine: http://img51.imageshack.us/img51/189/geralt.jpgAnd as Blooddragon said the in game Gerald isn't the finished version... it'll hopefully look closer to the image in the end.StanleySmith said:Sorry, but Geralt looks like he was 16. Like a kid. Perhaps some kids will buy it - but this is not second witcher - this is a mix of Fable and Gothic. For kids.
I was sort of hoping they would change the color of her hair to "Chestnut" as it is described in the novels. There's some artwork floating around that shows her with the chestnut colored hair. All in all, I love her new look, though a bit too young looking given her age in the novels. Also, I hope her voice is just a place-holder. I like her old voice better.Stratego said:Honestly what i miss is that beautiful pale red hair of Triss Merigold!
Sorceresses can look any age they want. And even though people know that, I'm sure people find it a lot easier to underestimate young-looking sorceresses than ones that look older. Even aside from vanity, I can see where sorceresses might want to look young.evmiller said:All in all, I love her new look, though a bit too young looking given her age in the novels.
Women tend to color their hair soceresses are no exception. I find Triss' current haircolor an idea too reddish.evmiller said:I was sort of hoping they would change the color of her hair to "Chestnut" as it is described in the novels. There's some artwork floating around that shows her with the chestnut colored hair. All in all, I love her new look, though a bit too young looking given her age in the novels. Also, I hope her voice is just a place-holder. I like her old voice better.evmiller said:Honestly what i miss is that beautiful pale red hair of Triss Merigold!
You take the words right out of my mouth. That's pretty much what I thought when I first saw his face. It really does look like they tried to suit Geralt's face to a Western ideal if that's what you could call it. I definitely prefer the old Geralt. About the voice, I don't really care since it's OK, I guess. If possible they should try to align with the Polish voice of TW1.nmemonic said:Let me start, personally i find Geralts new look to "boyish" and "clean". He has lost his masculinity and 'bad-ass-ness" for lack of a better word.I really do prefer the old Geralt, and if anything, i actually thought he would look even more rugged, rough and weather-beaten. Instead now he passes of as more of a Hollywood leading Actor to me...
Blackwood, I like very much your mood I agree and after looking so many times both the trailers and the screenshots, I'm getting in love with this new style I'm confident that CDP won't betray our expectationsBlackwood said:This is starting to feel like judging book by it's cover. You know it's great story behind it, but you don't buy it, because picture is lame Our witcher covers were indeed lamest possible out there, and I'm afraid to even think what mistake I would've did if I suddenly decided, that I liked old-type of special-for-this-book covers...It's still Geralt behind that... tan. And they said they'll fix the texture of skin, so he might just look better. And I do like the fact that he indeed is more proportional now. Plus, after that RED given comment, I'm really for this, if only it helps to improve the game, some facial features can be given up (specially when he still has a nose, mouth, two eyes, two ears, scars, white hair and two swords to swing)