What do you guys think and how could they do this better?!
from the wiki
Sir Dan vs. Radec
Connection: Sony Computer Entertainment Cambridge have developed both Killzone and MediEvil games. They made one handheld game for Killzone, and for MediEvil, they created every single game in the franchise. In addition, both Sir Daniel and Radec were killed in the games they debuted in, and both were killed by a shot to the head (Colonel Radec shot himself for failing to defeat the ISA and Sir Daniel was shot in the left eye by an arrow before MediEvil even starts). Ironically, both die at the opposite point in their respective debut games, with Radec dying at the end of the game, and Sir Daniel dying before the game even begins.
Evil Cole vs. Fat P
Connection: Gameplay-wise, both InFAMOUS and Fat Princess rely heavily on duality with the colors red and blue representing different sides. In Fat Princess, you can choose either the Red Kingdom or the Blue Kingdom, and in InFAMOUS, Cole can become either Hero Cole, who is represented by the color blue, or Evil Cole, who is represented by the color red. Both also have a theme of greed, with Evil Cole being power hungry and Fat Princess always being hungry and demanding for cake.
The whole Sir Daniel vs Radec thing works really well because it ties into the concept of the white and black knights. Dan being the white knite, off to rescue a princess and Radec being the black knight, the right hand man of a merciless tyrant.
am i the only person that really likes everybodys "story" and their rivals? i really like how they pulled them off
same here zeo,
could've been better, story-wise,
but they're still pretty cool,
some are funny,
some are serious,
and some are heartwarming...
The only thing I didn't like is that they really dropped the ball with Polygon Man. No one even interacts with him. They didn't even get the concept right within his few lines of dialogue. "No one has ever beaten me before". No one knew he was still around in the first place! He's supposed to be a mysterious figure that never gets revealed until the end. He should've been bitter, angry at being cast aside, plotting revenge against the cast. They decided to make him a comic relief character instead.