Bits Studios goes under the microscope, revealing more for this GCN exclusive.
The European mag talked with the developer a bit, uncovering a lot about effects, story, and other things. Here's a slice of it, but be sure to click the link to the rest of the pie.
Anything you can tell us about multiplayer features?
Aguera - There's nothing I can say that's confirmed. We have many ideas which we're experimenting with at the moment, but at this stage I can't say what's going to happen or what isn't going to happen.
[demonstrates ripple effect on screen]
This is all stuff we're specifically doing for GameCube. Basically, I haven't seen that in any other game. Water plays a part in the game later on, and that's looking pretty spectacular as well.
What are your views on the GameCube hardware?
Aguera - The N64 wasn't easy to work with, but when Nintendo first came to talk to developers it said it was going to correct a lot of the problems. We started off with the emulator before we received the hardware and it ported across painlessly. I really like the hardware, and at the moment we've really only scratched the surface with the rendering effects that we can do - we've got many more things planned.
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