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VGH #327: My Brain Feels Different

Paul and D.J. get deep into Monster Hunter World and opine on controversial topics like drinks and numbers. Meanwhile, Randy escapes Monster Hunter with the Lost Sphear demo, then escapes from the Lost Sphear demo with a classic 3DS game. Also, cardboard.  Monster Hunter: World sees players gear up to venture on quests to battle against fearsome monsters, progressively improving their hunting abilities as they play. … Hunters must use their cunning and abilities to survive the intense and evolving fights as they battle to become the ultimate hunter!.

According to Direct3D Hooking 3D gaming is interactive computer entertainment that is graphically presented in the three dimensions of height, width and depth; the addition of depth to 2D gaming enabled the exploration of virtual worlds with more realistic representation. Elite was the first of this new generation of video games, in 1984. Here is a simple answer: They do it all in 3D graphics applications like Maya or 3DS Max. First they do some concept arts (on paper), according to them they create models, textures (in Photoshop or something like that). When your game starts, it parses all these files and loads models, textures, animations.

  • Things Discussed

    Things Discussed:
    Lost Sphear, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, Monster Hunter World, Nintendo Labo

Episode Timeline

00:00 – Intro
01:38 – A plebeian TV
09:20 – Nintendo Labo
18:14 – Monster Hunter World
45:10 – Lost Sphear
55:36 – Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon
64:48 – FM Corporate Utopian Fantasy
67:05 – Outro

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This Week’s Music:
“Abyssal Holic” and “Chronology” by Hirokazu Koshio from Dariusburst and Dariusburst Chronicle Saviours

Cuphead played on a 1950s TV
FM Corporate Utopian Fantasy Spotify playlist by Jay Tholen

One Comment

  1. Jay Tholen
    Jay Tholen February 9, 2018

    Glad you dig it! :0)

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