Bot n’ Tot by mr_krispy_kreme
Bot n’ Tot!
Last Updated: 2012-01-16
Bot n’ Tot is a crime fighting duo. In this episode they are going to stop some bank robbers and their wacky antics. I do like the characters and the concept. However, there are some certain points that I feel could be improved, mostly to do with shot composition. Oh, and I am not a fan of LBP voice recording feature, but they do a decent job in this episode.
- I really liked the chalkboard scene.
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Below the belt (PEGI does not approve)
Concept/Originality: 4/5 ★★★★
Gameplay/Implementation: 3/5 ★★★
Level Design/Communication: 3/5 ★★★
Aesthetic/Presentation: 4/5 ★★★★
Ratings Explanation & Tips
OVERALL SCORE: 3/5 ★★★
[Level not hearted/Author not hearted]
- Moving forward, you should really work on varying your shots. Many of your camera shots were wide. I’m really not too familiar with how much control is available for the LBP2 camera. However, you might want to consider some more closeup shots. It would help to make the story more engaging.
- The lighting the bank scene was very dark. Now I realize that the bank is closed, and the lighting options for LBP2 are limited. However, you should try to be creative with your lighting, so that the viewer can see more of the action. It would also help to make the composition more interesting.
- Be mindful of the compositions of elements on screen. I’m not expecting mastery, especially from community designers. Even I am still working on improving in that area. However, I thought I’d point it out, to give you some things to consider.
- I didn’t notice any issues with title/action safe areas, but I thought I’d bring it up as another thing to consider when working on the composition of your shots.
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Hi all. It's a brand new year, and brand new day. Hope you all had a safe and pleasant holiday season. Now on to my announcement.
Good news: It's time for me to start being more active, and writing reviews again.
Maybe Good News (or not): Since I'm a terrible person, and have been terribly busy lately, I've decided to completely purge my review thread, and start fresh.
Again it's a brand new day. Therefore, if you are interested in getting some feedback for your work, just post a request. I am currently only doing LBP1&2 reviews. I will do my best to get some feedback to you in a timelier manner.
Now before you get all offended, those of you that fell victim to the Great Request Purge, just post another request to let me know that you are still active and interested. Also let me know if you'd like me to look at the same level, or a different one. I have no problem looking at any different or more current work you might want me to look at. Your new request will keep the same timestamp as the original request, so it will most likely be bumped to the top of the list.
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Ooooh can I have one? It's technically a series but it plays more like one level: http://www.lbpcentral.com/forums/sho...01#post1075101
(sorry I can't seem to get lbp.me to work)
Thanks a lot!
(by the way the voices are done by a seven year old)
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01-13-2013 #471I miss the good old pre-war LBP days when we didn't have to dodge all these stupid bombs.
Play my SackDroid series! Kato says, "It's like you're watching Star Wars only it's been replaced by the cast of Spaceballs, with the exception of Luke Skywalker who walks around very confused as to why Han Solo has a Star Wars DVD, and indeed what a DVD is in the first place."