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Sep 22, 2009 | 3:51 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place September 23, 2009
  • Weekly 3rd Place September 23, 2009

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I haven't done a movie in years, so for Madness Day 2009, I created this tribute for the series. Animated @ 60 fps.



Rated 2 / 5 stars

I don't know what to say...

Well, all I have to say is a few notes
-The art is brilliant
-The animation is superb, but you just really need to slow it down. By the time I realized what the hell was going on, the movie was practically over.
-From what I could see, the action was amazingly crafted.
-My eyes hurt and I have a minor headache after watching that... Slow it down, once again



Rated 2 / 5 stars


As the winner for Madness Day 2009, you obviously tried very hard. This is really cool, as it's 3D and all, and Helix6 makes some great music. But I still don't think it should win the first place for a few reasons. I'll go onto detail from here.

The graphics and visuals are amazing, and the style of it is well done. But your characters don't look like actual Madness guys. Obviously you placed too much detail into them, and now they look like random cartoon characters. If I made a fight scene with the characters and added a huge load of details onto it and called it a Madness tribute, it would pretty much turn out to be exactly like this.

The sound isn't that great. After watching this for about three minutes, you'll be surprised as how something eye popping as this has a short library. You'll be hearing the same smashing, hitting, and screaming over and over again. The selected sounds are also too overused in Madness tributes, with an attempt to make it as violent as can be.

As the plot, there isn't any. As far as I know, it's just Hank (with Tricky at the end) randomly killing enemies. Madness, of course, is all about this, but we didn't need to see it for about five minutes. And to top it off, all of the enemies die in the same style: their bodies just end up flying everywhere.

This isn't so bad, and it has A LOT of potential. Unfortunately, your production lacks in fun. Sure, Madness Dues Ex Machina is nothing compared to this, but at least you could distinguish that it's a Madness tribute.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Nice menu screen

That's the only thing i can see. Your main menu screen. All i see is a stop sign, a hill, and debris falling. nice work.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

ughh... ok i gesss

the fighting was kinda lame and u over used the hole push thing wer the guy gets sent flying and it focuses on him while is flying across the plane, thats only really effective if used once or twice, and the glow on his sword, really? thats the lamest glow ive seen ever, it just didnt fit the animation and it made it worse in my opinion.
w/e, 2/5 4/10

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Must have been a slow day on the front page!

I got so bored i had to turn it off. Heres why, the animation was too gridy you couldnt tell what anything was, the same thing kept happening with the same noises and the same music repeated. it just felt like i had seen it before in better quality. I like your stuff man but this wasnt up to standard.