NeMeZyZ said:thats proof that ps2 is copying nintendo. thats the biggest wanna b e zelda EVER!
Man some of u will think up anythign to throw it in ps2's/ps3's face. Yea okami didnt copy anything u dumbass. Always excuses and bullshit from some of the nintendo fanboys on here it pisses me off. And look who ur defending, when the gamecube remakes ps1 games.NeMeZyZ said:thats proof that ps2 is copying nintendo. thats the biggest wanna b e zelda EVER!
so true... and to the dumbass who said okami is copying TP...shut up... okami has been in the works almost a year before TP began. And what, its a wolf... does that make it copying? I dont see any guy running around in a tunis swinging a sword I dont see any triforce. The closest this can resemble to is Wind Waker, just by the cell-shadedness... start reading booksNateTheGreat said:I was wondering when I'd see a thread about this. I remember hearing about this game about a year before it finally came out and during that year, Wii was announced and all I thought was why wouldn't they put this on Wii? Seriously it's a perfect game to display Wii's controller and it's really quite good I've read in reviews. I heard Capcom was working on a title for Wii and that Capcom was excited about the console, so it's possible.
Sure it's hard to draw circle with a laser pointer; most laser pointers are tiny and the pinpoint of light they create is even smaller. The wiimote, however is quite a bit larger and the circle that you would be drawing in Okami would be represented on screen, so you wouldn't have difficulty joining the two ends. Think about it this way: you are going to draw a circle on paper, which is easier to use? A fine-point pen, or a fat-tip marker? The laser pointer is like the fine-point pen, while the fat-tip is the wiimote. Most of us can agree that it's easier to draw a circle with a marker than a pen. As for using the PS2's analog stick to draw a circle, it's sort of comparable to drawing a circle using one of those USB computer tablets; a.k.a. it's really not intuitive or fun. Have you even played Okami?Taero said:It's not a matter of the sensitivity, rather the point that its hard to draw a connecting circle in the air and is much easier to use an analogue stick.