Bratt to the Future

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Posted 12:47am on Fri 4 April 2014
AlecRoss
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Bratt to the Future
I heard this title in one of the SoC streams, and Chris said he was struggling to think of an idea for a video feature series to go with it.
How about VideoGamer use this for a bit of Retro appreciation. You could have Brattz and the crew take a look back at some older game franchises, discuss how they defined the newer generations, how they changed and adapted over time, and then speculate on whether they'll have further impact on future games or even continue to exist.

For example:

Resident Evil defined survival horror with its inception, had a good run with several games. Then it evolved with Resident Evil 4, becoming more action orientated, this inspired the likes of Dead Space, elements of Gears of War and even managed to convince Silent Hill to change there approach with Silent Hill: Downpour. Then Resident Evil 6 dropped the ball, and the series' future could be jeopardy. Blah blah blah...

I'm just spit balling, but there could be something here. Would the VG Community want something like that?
Posted 3:43am on Fri 4 April 2014
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I heard this title in one of the SoC streams, and Chris said he was struggling to think of an idea for a video feature series to go with it.
How about VideoGamer use this for a bit of Retro appreciation. You could have Brattz and the crew take a look back at some older game franchises, discuss how they defined the newer generations, how they changed and adapted over time, and then speculate on whether they'll have further impact on future games or even continue to exist.

For example:

Resident Evil defined survival horror with its inception, had a good run with several games. Then it evolved with Resident Evil 4, becoming more action orientated, this inspired the likes of Dead Space, elements of Gears of War and even managed to convince Silent Hill to change there approach with Silent Hill: Downpour. Then Resident Evil 6 dropped the ball, and the series' future could be jeopardy. Blah blah blah...

I'm just spit balling, but there could be something here. Would the VG Community want something like that?

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I think it should be a live-stream of Chris playing "TimeSplitters: Future Perfect"
Posted 11:59pm on Fri 4 April 2014
AlecRoss
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I think it should be a live-stream of Chris playing "TimeSplitters: Future Perfect"

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Or any game involving timey-wimey
Posted 3:49am on Sat 5 April 2014
Woodfella
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I heard this title in one of the SoC streams, and Chris said he was struggling to think of an idea for a video feature series to go with it.
How about VideoGamer use this for a bit of Retro appreciation. You could have Brattz and the crew take a look back at some older game franchises, discuss how they defined the newer generations, how they changed and adapted over time, and then speculate on whether they'll have further impact on future games or even continue to exist.

For example:

Resident Evil defined survival horror with its inception, had a good run with several games. Then it evolved with Resident Evil 4, becoming more action orientated, this inspired the likes of Dead Space, elements of Gears of War and even managed to convince Silent Hill to change there approach with Silent Hill: Downpour. Then Resident Evil 6 dropped the ball, and the series' future could be jeopardy. Blah blah blah...

I'm just spit balling, but there could be something here. Would the VG Community want something like that?

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a video/feature on a game from bratterz's youth or a game from before he was born* that he hasnt played that is supposed to be classic or maybe *****, or neither

*so the early 2000s then AHAHAHAHAHAHAH hes young LOL
Posted 10:30am on Mon 7 April 2014
AlecRoss
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a video/feature on a game from bratterz's youth or a game from before he was born* that he hasnt played that is supposed to be classic or maybe *****, or neither

*so the early 2000s then AHAHAHAHAHAHAH hes young LOL

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yeah, if we followed that rule we'd be limited in choice, though I suppose it would be an interesting angle. Like they did by making him play Zelda.
Posted 10:55am on Mon 7 April 2014
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I heard this title in one of the SoC streams, and Chris said he was struggling to think of an idea for a video feature series to go with it.
How about VideoGamer use this for a bit of Retro appreciation. You could have Brattz and the crew take a look back at some older game franchises, discuss how they defined the newer generations, how they changed and adapted over time, and then speculate on whether they'll have further impact on future games or even continue to exist.

For example:

Resident Evil defined survival horror with its inception, had a good run with several games. Then it evolved with Resident Evil 4, becoming more action orientated, this inspired the likes of Dead Space, elements of Gears of War and even managed to convince Silent Hill to change there approach with Silent Hill: Downpour. Then Resident Evil 6 dropped the ball, and the series' future could be jeopardy. Blah blah blah...

I'm just spit balling, but there could be something here. Would the VG Community want something like that?

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I have been telling him to make this for about a year. He goes back in time to play games released before his birth in 1990.
Posted 11:21am on Wed 9 April 2014
AlecRoss
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I have been telling him to make this for about a year. He goes back in time to play games released before his birth in 1990.

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get on it Tom, be firm!
Posted 3:25pm on Wed 9 April 2014
Grammartron
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I heard this title in one of the SoC streams, and Chris said he was struggling to think of an idea for a video feature series to go with it.
How about VideoGamer use this for a bit of Retro appreciation. You could have Brattz and the crew take a look back at some older game franchises, discuss how they defined the newer generations, how they changed and adapted over time, and then speculate on whether they'll have further impact on future games or even continue to exist.

For example:

Resident Evil defined survival horror with its inception, had a good run with several games. Then it evolved with Resident Evil 4, becoming more action orientated, this inspired the likes of Dead Space, elements of Gears of War and even managed to convince Silent Hill to change there approach with Silent Hill: Downpour. Then Resident Evil 6 dropped the ball, and the series' future could be jeopardy. Blah blah blah...

I'm just spit balling, but there could be something here. Would the VG Community want something like that?

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1990? I'm afraid that's my cut-off point for someone being A Real Person or not.

You miss the cutt, Bratterz.

Great idea though.
Posted 4:10pm on Thu 10 April 2014
AlecRoss
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I heard this title in one of the SoC streams, and Chris said he was struggling to think of an idea for a video feature series to go with it.
How about VideoGamer use this for a bit of Retro appreciation. You could have Brattz and the crew take a look back at some older game franchises, discuss how they defined the newer generations, how they changed and adapted over time, and then speculate on whether they'll have further impact on future games or even continue to exist.

For example:

Resident Evil defined survival horror with its inception, had a good run with several games. Then it evolved with Resident Evil 4, becoming more action orientated, this inspired the likes of Dead Space, elements of Gears of War and even managed to convince Silent Hill to change there approach with Silent Hill: Downpour. Then Resident Evil 6 dropped the ball, and the series' future could be jeopardy. Blah blah blah...

I'm just spit balling, but there could be something here. Would the VG Community want something like that?

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to be fair, even though I was born in the 80s, I didn't start gaming until the 90s, when I finally mastered walking and talking....
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