What kind of 3d models would you need for your game?

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  1. Game Producer

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    Friend of mine (pro artist) is doing a 3D content pack and would like some feedback about what sort of 3d models (character) people would need. more details here

    So, what kind of 3d models (and animations/textures) you’d want? Fantasy? Modern? Sci-fi? World war style? Monsters? Humans? What kind of textures? Cute? Horror?
     
  2. Sybixsus

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    I'm all about scifi stuff. Realistic ( eg: Gears of War, Unreal Tournament ) or anime-style ( eg: Star Ocean 3/4, Xenosaga. ) Humans, robots, monsters, any of that.
     
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    And low poly, making a 52839.444 triangles broom is not a good idea :)
     
  4. zoombapup

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    A soldier (WW2)
    A soldier (future)
    A "cool dude" (think a modern fonz)
    A warrior (medieval)
    A warrior (street punk)
    A warrior (conan style)
    A medic
    A policeman
    A robot cop
    A robot renegade cop
    An outpost, on the edge of space....
     
  5. Game Producer

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    Thanks guys - any more wishes?

    I wonder what kind of game would come out of that mix... :p
     
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    It would have to involve time travelling, and maybe ponies - to get that all important little girl deomgraphic.
     
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    Heh, okaydokie.

    Any more suggestions?
     

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