from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The use of cinematic techniques; production of material that will make effective cinema viewing.
- n. Cut scenes, as opposed to interactive portions of the game.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See kinematics.
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And if you buy the Legendary edition for $120 (actually $129.99) we will give you all the cinematics from the old games so you can catch up.
| Reply that picture is from Marvel Ultimate Alliance, you can see him in the cinematics from the game.
Occasionally the scrolls contain short cinematics _ for example I once sent a spy undercover into another faction's territory and there was a short video of him breaking into a storehouse and coming out dressed in the opposing faction's uniform.
The cinematics are the other section and these are more like a film/TV cue in that they must match the picture and help to tell the story in a way that makes the player feel involved and motivated to continue onward.
The cinematics are a bit dark but I don't know the director's style.
This is also the best cinematic in the history of game cinematics.
Sadly, nowadays it seems like everyone just wants to use cinematics to replace their text boxes, and to do it in-game at that.
Once, it was considered highly desirable for games to be dense, packed with cinematics and rife with hours upon hours of gameplay to lozenge at a snail's pace.
For me, these experiences were originally on the PC (Origin's cinematics were years ahead of their time), but I get your point.
Everyone loves to see quality cinematics such as the opening video of FF8 or the epic Bahamut/Alexander fight from FF9.
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