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May 1, 2008 | 10:36 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature May 3, 2008

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"The corporations don't care whether we live or die. The gated communities con't care whether we live or die. We've finally stopped waiting for someone to come and save us. We're learning to save ourselves."

This is short animation that takes place in the world of the Fates Worse Than Death pen-and-paper roleplaying game.

Script by Brian St.Claire-King, Animation by SickDeathFiend.

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iza9iza9

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

cool

a powerful message and kind of true if you think about it. who knows, it might be true one day...



ijustwannareviewthisijustwannareviewthis

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

....

The animation was okay.. I can see how it portrays a general slum place to exist... but what did corporations have to do with it? There wasn't really any storyline except gathering up displaced ppl.


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StealthMonsterStealthMonster

Rated 3 / 5 stars

it was okay

to be honest it was an okay video in terms of flash graphics and techniques except the lead-up wasn't what i would expect in a trailer for any game. but still otherwise it was pretty good i shouldn't be too picky. just didn't seem like the ideal trailer for a game as i would think trailers should cover more parts of a game than just theo rientation. good work though i liked the flash animation.


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ScribledudeScribledude

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Smooth transitions

Great delivery and the story telling was good. I really liked the feel of this and the way the scenes transitioned from one to another. The only thing that bothered me was the walking, but I know the limitations there are when animating so I would have to say you did a pretty good job making it as smooth as you can. Thumbs up in my book!


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Justin-CaseJustin-Case

Rated 4 / 5 stars

See below. Also,

it's a tribute, I imagine, not an ad. Sheesh. It's not an ad if it's something you've heard of already? Is that the rule? Come on people. Lighten up. It was pretty good. I do enjoy a good dystopia... Animation was a little stiffin some places, but the artwork was great.


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