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Response to Happy Madness Day! 2013-09-25 10:15:35 Reply

At 9/25/13 09:46 AM, Max-Vador wrote:
At 9/25/13 09:28 AM, ramaster00 wrote:
At 9/22/13 10:50 PM, GabrielBarsch wrote: madness day 2013 was abit weak comparated to the other years
I'm somewhat surprised that no people at all are complaining about how xionic madness ended knowing it was one the best madness series to the point it is even better than the original in a few ways
.....excuse me?

There are differences here and there that make it stand out from the original. Firstly, Xionic madness has a Sci-fi theme that makes it stand out from most other madness series. Furthermore, this allows for a more diverse and "unique" potential for the gore scenes(with the bloodwire scene in xionic madness 3 being my favorite). secondly, the characters talk, giving it more storytelling potential. If xionic madness had no dialogue or voice acting( which was excellent too by the way), then it would lose a core part. moreover, the dialogue also creates a feeling of attachment towards the characters. without the voice acting, Omega's composure and Xero's suicidal tendencies wouldn't be very obvious. All of the things mentioned above are what makes the series stand out so much. This why I believe that xionic madness is better in a few ways.

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Response to Happy Madness Day! 2013-09-25 10:17:53 Reply

exposition does not make a good story. read the MC wiki. you'll get a huge backstory, character traits, and plot details, without a character uttering a single line of dialogue.

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Response to Happy Madness Day! 2013-09-25 10:30:51 Reply

At 9/25/13 10:17 AM, Max-Vador wrote: exposition does not make a good story. read the MC wiki. you'll get a huge backstory, character traits, and plot details, without a character uttering a single line of dialogue.

Even though there is a huge backstory, it still leaves a lot of plot holes here and there. for example, Why Hank wanted to kill the sheriff is never explained. This was the center of the story for quite a few episodes, yet why he wanted to kill the sheriff is still unkown.

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Response to Happy Madness Day! 2013-09-25 10:54:26 Reply

it was for pie

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Response to Happy Madness Day! 2013-09-25 11:24:18 Reply

At 9/25/13 10:54 AM, Max-Vador wrote: it was for pie

that's only in the game. Madness interactive is BASED on Redeemer. Krinkels himself said it only applies to the game. In the original series the is no mention of pie

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Response to Happy Madness Day! 2013-09-25 12:26:24 Reply

madness incidents sucks compared to the real deal. just random events and shooting.....

sad to see it die... :/
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Response to Happy Madness Day! 2013-09-25 15:32:55 Reply

I think all Madness submissions got 0-bombed or something by unenlightened people, because now all scores are starting to grow for SOME reason?!


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