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41. Posted: Thu 30th Jul 2009 20:07 BST
I love both, but I do prefer 2D ones.
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42. Posted: Thu 30th Jul 2009 20:09 BST
3D could never match 2D.
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43. Posted: Thu 30th Jul 2009 20:13 BST
I think if you create a topic asking a statistical question, you should be required to keep statistics on it. Otherwise it's rather meaningless.
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44. Posted: Thu 30th Jul 2009 21:40 BST
Here is the current tally.for 2D: 21 for 3D: 6
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Edited on Thu 30th July, 2009 @ 21:40 by gameking23
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45. Posted: Fri 31st Jul 2009 16:02 BST
46. Posted: Fri 31st Jul 2009 16:11 BST
Make that.for 2D: 22 for 3D: 6
47. Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2009 22:19 BST
I prefer 3D platformers WAY over 2D platformers.Main reason: You can find cool shortcuts.
And you can find cool shortcuts in 2D platformers too. In fact, I can think of a lot of games with interesting shortcuts, while I can't think of any in 3D games.
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48. Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2009 22:22 BST
2D because it's easy for developers to get a little carried away and make some 3D platformers a bit more complex than they need to be. Like in some 3D platformers I actually find it easy getting lost in certain stages or games.
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49. Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2009 22:25 BST
I'd have to vote for 2D. I love both, and while you can do things with 3D platformers that could never be done with 2D platformers, 3D games have unavoidable camera issues that never arise in 2D games, which takes away from my enjoyment of them.
Edited on Sat 1st August, 2009 @ 22:25 by accc
50. Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2009 22:29 BST
Mario 64 & Banjo Kazooie are the reasons I fell in love with 3D platforming. Tis a true shame that the genre is ignored somewhat these days, on Wii anyway (except SMG).
51. Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2009 22:32 BST
Mario 64 & Banjo Kazooie are the reasons I fell in love with 3D platforming. Tis a true shame that the genre is ignored somewhat these days, on Wii anyway (except SMG).3D!
Same here. I love 2D platforming, but 3D platformers are my favorites. My first 3D platformers are Super Mario 64 and Banjo-Kazooie.
52. Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2009 22:34 BST
Depending on the series...................... 3D I guess. Mario Galaxy was bliss.
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53. Posted: Sat 1st Aug 2009 22:36 BST
@SuperSonic: And they were the best ones too, it makes me sad. Sunshine was excellent for platforming, you could pull some crazy schnizz. I don't really count SMG though, as there wasn't as much raw platforming i thought. Do you remember Rocket & Glover on teh 64?
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Edited on Sat 1st August, 2009 @ 22:37 by Machu
54. Posted: Sun 2nd Aug 2009 06:57 BST
I would actually count Galaxy as 2D & 3D, as there were plenty of sections of 2D gaming. I like this development.
55. Posted: Sun 2nd Aug 2009 07:02 BST
You should play Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts. It's AWESOME!
EDIT: Wait, you don't conssider Galaxy's platforming to be "raw" enough? Maybe you won't like N&B then.
Edited on Sun 2nd August, 2009 @ 07:14 by Ricardo91
56. Posted: Sun 2nd Aug 2009 07:06 BST
I wanna play Nuts and Bolts but I don't have a 360...dang
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