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EgoCity Chap IV

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Oct 16, 2004 | 11:19 PM EDT
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Author Comments

I made this in my free time cause I felt like continuing the EgoCity since Chapter III got me my first daily trophy. I read the past reviewers so I'm making this movie focusing more to the story instead of the fighting. Anyway Enjoy



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Much better than your past work. Keep up the good work. Like your style


Rated 3 / 5 stars


The graphics weren't bad, and the animation was pretty good. But yeah, like the last dude said... the voices were bland and all sounded the same. Plus... the trasitions of something were pretty confusing. And the plot was reaaallly confusing. I know I haven't seen the last ones, and Im sure that has something to do with it... but even then... it jumped around a way lot. I can't imagine having seen the last ones would've helped too much. But on the bright side... yeah... good drawing skills, nice backgrounds, some alright animation.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


my only real complaint is the voice acting, it had no emotion and they all sounded the same.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


chicken fried to perfection


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This is a story...

That blatantly ripped off FF10's beginning... xD Other than that, i thought it was a nice improvement in character development in comparison to your other flashes. But please, READ THIS, the problem i had with your other flashes wasn't just lack of character development, it was the realism and execution of your plot. I mean, come on... three orbs of power that, for whatever reason, fall into the hands of various kids?? Not only is the whole "orb" aspect of your story corny (if you really think about it...) but you don't even give a real explanation as to where they came from, why they were made, or how the people that found them learned HOW to use them. Yes, the characters were lacking definition as well (which you tried to fix in this flash) but i'd much rather get some story and setting depth first, before the characters. (More originality wouldn't hurt either...)