Tekken 8 and what we wish it will feature
|Tekken 8 and what we wish it will feature|
Tekken 8 is one of the most popular games which people, both ordinary as well as the gaming enthusiasts, are eagerly awaiting. While this can be =construed as a strength of the popular Bandai Namco group, which develops, markets, and ultimately profits from this franchise. Some people have been asking us whether the long wait for this game is worth the while. Well, to them, we can only tell that they are to expect every bit of the bang for the buck which they so eagerly anticipate. And here, we take the opportunity to flesh out that
desire of every true gaming enthusiast: we draw up a wishlist, a fan made one and we would love to see most, if not all, of the features which we have mentioned below. Note that this is not an exhaustive list and the features which we have included are not ranked in any order of preference as well.
First and foremost, we wish to clarify that this is one game which can be played by any player across any demographic. This makes it virtually enabling for any and every gamer on this planet right now. We, therefore, would take the opportunity to wish Bandai Namco sheds some serious thoughts of making this newfangled game some serious VR muscle. VR, or the acronym of virtual reality, is the future of much commercial technology and one of these technologies also include gaming. Many handheld and computing consoles nowadays make use of the latest in VR gear precisely due to these reasons. Tekken 8 must be VR compatible unlike anything we have seen previously. And this should be done in a very subtle manner, not in a manner which will then scream out,” Look, you people wanted VR, we game you VR. So be happy about it.” We do know for a fact that many consoles have been observed tio give some users motion sickness. Keeping this in mind, and remembering that Tekken, ultimately, is a fighting game with lots of physical action, we would like to let the guys at Bandai Namco know that they should improve upon the existing technology a wee bit as well. Not only will it result in a greater gaming experience, it will also improve sales as well.
Second, and this is very important, we earnestly hope that the new Tekken 8 will have better animation dynamics as compared to its predecessors. This will take some heat off the guys in production as well. Since it is still in development, maybe they should take care of the fact that the animation in the previous games were sometimes underwhelming. This pet gripe of many gaming enthusiasts has to be taken care of very skillfully by the developers.
Last but not the least by a substantial margin, the new game must be priced right and should not see an extended production period. Should this happen, people will perceive this as development hell. A too high price tag will also scare away a chunk of the latent buyers.