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  • Robotech
    Robotech A fan-fiction take on the legendary series!

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For more information and downloads, visit www.robotechflash.com!

I decided to remake my first 10 episodes of Robotech flash. This is episode one. Its nothing special by its self, but it is what the first episode was intended to be.

Credits:
All animation, 3D models, and art drawn by me. Most sounds by me, others from free websites around the web.

Voices of Rick Hunter and Ben Dixon by Egoraptor.
Voice of Max by El-Shamro
Voice of Lisa by Rina-Chan
Voice of Roy by Foxphere

Full credits will appear at the end of the series.

Reviews


a1sa1s

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 16, 2005

10?

wait a minute, that was 10 episodes? or just the first one? because they would have to be some wierd 30 second episodes otherwise.


Nanashi responds:

That was the remake of episode 1 of 10


LadyPsychicLadyPsychic

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 16, 2005

Well Done!!

As a big anime fan, I loved it! It was a very well done flash. Keep up the good work!



Chris-AldinChris-Aldin

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 15, 2005

Glad you remade it!

This is a definite improvement over your first episode that you had before. Everything about it has simply improved, and nothing got worse since then. I found this jusy cool!

The graphics really had their moments, and those moments were good enough to hold an 8. The animation at some points wasnt too good, it was a little to slow and seemed awkward, for example the enemy soliders falling to the ground. The backrounds were simple but great, i loved looking at all the stars. The 3D that you used in this seemed very cool too, and i liked how sometimes it went into first person view. Your style was great, i liked how you incorporated in a few different animating styles. The story seemed interesting and so was the progression of it in this episode. The sound was great too, the voices really sounded radio transmitted.
The sound effects were all great and so was the music. Simply great sounds.

Overall a great movie with lots of action and a flaw or two with the aniation. Definitely greatly improved over your first time. Keep the episodes coming strong! 4/5


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Nanashi responds:

Thanks for your awesome review, you pointed out some things I should look at. Glad some of you are seeing it in the right light (a remake), and I can only hope the next one can live up to this.


The-DranThe-Dran

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 15, 2005

It was alright... kind of boring...

Excuse me Andrew_Helbich but the title is Robo-Tech, if there weren't robots it wouldn't be robo-tech. Look it up, cause you sure are a n00b.



BassMasterFeiBassMasterFei

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 15, 2005

It's "Zentraedi".

Ah, nothing like seeing Roy in a Veritech again. Just like old times ;__;. Anyway, I was quite impressed by the amount of detail you put into the VTs, although the backgrounds might have used some work. The main problem graphicswise, though, was the strange awkwardness of movement that even the Zentraedi seemed to be affected by. Everything seemed to go by at a snail's pace, and even the blood splatter looked a bit stiff.

Well, not much action in this one. Hopefully the next episode will pass a little faster.


Nanashi responds:

Google Zentrodi, you will find a lot of things about Robotech. I have seen it spelled that way on many official places, and after reading that there are 3 ways to spell it, I chose one, sorry its not the one you like.

The stiff animation is due to the fact that without an elite team of animators, I cannot draw things frame by frame (and get anywhere soon), so everything is broken into segments and moved like a model on a computer game. The slowness is due to the default 12 FPS, and the fact that if I go over it, the animations file size gets a lot bigger.

Thanks for your review