That was just about the dumbest goddamn thing I've ever seen. Why is Heat Man in an Rockman X backdrop, from a Earth-based boss no less. There's no real original script, just you retyping the dialogue from shitty Starcraft voice samples. 90% of the animation in this piece of crap movie resembles the worst amutation you've ever seen. Over-pixelated, poorly ripped sprites switching animation frames with all the scale, rotate, and tween pathing you can stomach, and then a whole extra dose of crapulence.
Hey, as a die hard RockMan fan, i must say this was impressive, especially the music. Of course, RockMan music always kicks ass. But that's not really what i expected HeatMan to sound like. For a big, rosy-cheeked walking lighter, his voice was a little low, don't you think? Anyway, keep up the good work, man.
use of the starcraft sounds was good except dont use a ghost for mega man... its just not him. try and smooth out the sprites a little more, zoom in REALY close so u can get the exact pixels of the background outa there. oh and i dont think it was a good idea to use a stage from mmx in a mm movie. jus an idea
great concept and all but remember this. starcraft sounds are limited.
Kind Of Cool, I Guess.
The Graphics For Megaman Were Kinda Cheesy,
Yet The Sound Kicked Butt. The Style & Humor Left Something To Be Desired, But I Didn't Expect Ice Man
To Show Up & The Other Movie! :-0 *ahem*
Anyway, The Violence Had Little Of It, Because There Was Something Missing--
(All Together Now: Where's Bubble Man?!)
--Evil_Spirit's Final Rating: 5
Egh, it was ok.
The battle scenes got kinda cool, but it was kind of a blunt ending. The file size kind of held this back, since the music had a great deal to do with it. IT wasn't great, but it wasn't bad.