Of course notSlipshuggah said:I'm a little bit worried about.... Geralt's hair=)) Will it be static in the final version of the game?
Well, there will be Adam's music in TW2, but can't say whether it's his music in the video.Also, there will be others' composers' music in TW2, but we don't know more, yet.Slipshuggah said:And one more question. Who's the composer? Is it still Adam Skorupa?
Great work Bitter Lix!If you read the description of the trailer on their site you will also find out it was their idea to employ game characters"Our goal was to show these gameplay mechanics without a dull voiceover. We hired the characters from the game - Triss and Zoltan sitting at the inn. They are arguing over what has actually happened to Geralt, thus showing exactly how player can play the game differently each time."Personally I like very much how CD Projekt use fresh ideas not shying from bold moves like GOG PR stunt or possible connections to DAO in this trailer. In case of many other studios their success paralyzes their creativity making them do only boring things that they are sure the "general public" will like. As gamers we have our tastes but I think in longer run we prefer devs that have guts to surprise us and lead us to new places.Alek said:
Cute, no. Not it the sense of something that is pretty but harmless. You're right.Triss, however, being anything but harmless, is still allowed to be beautiful--she's a sorceress, and they consider beauty to be a matter of professional obligation. I think the new model is a good upgrade from TW1, though I liked the original well enough. I know the character needs to be mature (and also rather damaged emotionally), but she is also described in the books as particularly young-looking, so the upgrade maintains continuity with that. Much of her personality will come down to the writing and the voice actresses for the various languages.fchopin said:The problem is that Triss is not supposed to look cute if you take her personality from TW1.