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ParoVadius RESET

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rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Comedy - Parody
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sprites
konami
castlevania
gradius

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Uploaded
Aug 9, 2006 | 12:02 PM EDT

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Author Comments

When a mysterious enemy threatens the peace of Konami World, a new hero must rise. This first chapter of ParoVadius, my Parodius/CastleVania/Gra
dius saga, also stands as a tribute to my favorite Konami games, CastleVania especially. Check it out.

For loads of additional info and storyboards, hit OPTIONS.

8|10: Thanks for the support!

Side notes: ParoVadius RESET is a complete, perfect overhaul of my first huge Flash project from 2002, "ParoVadius: THE MOVIE!!!" Some voice acting isn't there due to missing talent, but volunteers are welcome. The credits originally scrolled, but broke Flash's 16000(?) frame limit, causing it to crash, so bear with the arrow buttons. Big Up to Kylee Henke for lending her voice to Pure and MAYAKAISA!

Reviews


The-man-With-TasteThe-man-With-Taste

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

"Oh take me now!"

Haha, very funny. I like your thingy with Pure. Hm Should I save the world or bang her? hmmmm...hard to say :P. Bah! The world can wait, I´ll just bang her then! XD


DYNAKYRIS responds:

Hah! I feel sorry for Konami World. XD

PAROVADIUS: THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH.

NOW PLAYING.


SkaijoSkaijo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Way to do sprites with style

You know, when I was first watching it, I kept asking myself why the camera was focusing in on so many blurry sprites. And then it hit me after I noticed the level of detail that went into this flash. You were really used some dynamic camera angles to convey the story. So, if would have been nice if more of the sprites were of a higher quality, but this was still expertly done.

Great story--and finally, a fresh breath of air to a style of art I thought had long played it's final hands.


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DYNAKYRIS responds:

I appreciate that.

In an animation form such as this, you work with what you can. I'm just glad I grew up in the 80s and 90s, otherwise, I'd do something ilke this in 3DStudioMax or Maya (minus KAISA). I'm more of a 2D kind of guy.

Thanks for watching this with your artistic eyes open.


Mac88Mac88

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Rofl..

It t'was long, smooth, and elegant: And kicked ass with dozens of easter eggs and inside jokes. Excellent job.



HutzilHutzil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

uuhh...

Half the time I didn't know what was going on.



JokerZeroJokerZero

Rated 4 / 5 stars

AHahahahaha!

Man! I think' it's a great video. Hahahah, Especially the "evolution" Part :3 Makes me wish I could use that machine on other people :3 lol. Great job!


DYNAKYRIS responds:

Uh-oh, it sounds like you'd pull the plug on them halfway through. 'o'

Thanks for checking it out!