salmonmax wrote: »
Of course they're not intentionally annoying their customers with this. I don't think anyone is implying that. And yes, it is nice to get a new Monkey Island game.
But also look at it this way... imagine your favorite band is the Beatles, and they just uncovered master tapes of hours of previously unreleased music that was locked away in a vault. The master tapes are of amazing quality but for whatever reason, they will only be selling this music as MP3s encoded at 96 kbps. Wouldn't this be a baffling and frustrating? Sure it wold be amazing to get hours of new Beatles music, but having it at such low quality would kind of put a damper on the whole thing.
That being said, the voice quality in the newly-released gameplay footage sounds pretty good. Hopefully it will stay that way in the final release.
guitarsareboring wrote: »
You make a good point there, although the main feature of music is the sound
salmonmax wrote: »
Check out this hearing test:
The highest frequency I was able to hear was 17,500 Hz. I'd be curious to know how other people "score" on this, and whether or not they have noticed issues with the recorded dialog in previous Telltale games.
(If I were more ambitious, I'd start a new thread about this.)
Irishmile wrote: »
What do German players think of Jurgen in Sam & Max?
neilka wrote: »
There is one company and three individuals listed in the credits under Audio Mastering. Have any of these people heard the final product that's reaching customers? Do they think it's acceptable? Listening to Elaine talk is like having your eardrums assaulted with a cheese grater.
Once again, please do something about this Telltale. As mentioned, the situation is getting worse and overshadowing what is otherwise an excellent series so far!
WDeranged wrote: »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jP5uDNhOiPg - New gameplay footage
Sounds and looks great to me
thatdude98 wrote: »
I still don't see what people are complaining about. I hear NOTHING wrong with it. Frankly, TMI is much better with this than SBCG4AP, where some words are completely skipped.