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IMPORTANT: Arcade Hecarim needs his “Game Over” sign!

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Torenia

Senior Member

08-15-2013

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Bitsplosion:
Hoy, folks!

I was toying around with this idea during the skin's development and tried a few different forms of "thing that pops up on death", but the more I experimented with it the more it felt too much like Arcade Sona. Hecarim's death DOES still pay homage to a specific retro game trope, and in cases like this where we get to make nods to a culture as rich as video game history, I'll always opt for adding more variety! Ultimately, I think an arcade skin should be defined by its love for gaming culture, not necessarily a specific type of game over.


I disagree, I think it is an iconic thing to have the Game Over on all the Arcade skins much like the pixelated status related things


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Voidgolem

Senior Member

08-15-2013

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Ryuujinmaru:
The point isnt that you are making all skins the same but the GAME OVER is a motif of the Arcade skin type.

edit: Just like how it wouldnt be a Riot Skin (Graves, Nasus, Blitz, etc) without it saying RIOT on skin, thus a motif. And gg downvotes because people dont know what the word motif means. Glad to see that I am in a classy educated group.


we're calling a single feature of one skin a motif for all other skins? Call me skeptical but I'd think arcadey/retro-style takes precedence over a death animation in that department.


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Thaldrin

Senior Member

08-15-2013

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Bitsplosion:
Hoy, folks!

I was toying around with this idea during the skin's development and tried a few different forms of "thing that pops up on death", but the more I experimented with it the more it felt too much like Arcade Sona. Hecarim's death DOES still pay homage to a specific retro game trope, and in cases like this where we get to make nods to a culture as rich as video game history, I'll always opt for adding more variety! Ultimately, I think an arcade skin should be defined by its love for gaming culture, not necessarily a specific type of game over.



Give him a dying Yoshi sound!!!!


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Orimza

Senior Member

08-15-2013

I like the "Continue?: [Yes] l No"


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Vortex IV

Recruiter

08-15-2013

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Bitsplosion:
Hoy, folks!

I was toying around with this idea during the skin's development and tried a few different forms of "thing that pops up on death", but the more I experimented with it the more it felt too much like Arcade Sona. Hecarim's death DOES still pay homage to a specific retro game trope, and in cases like this where we get to make nods to a culture as rich as video game history, I'll always opt for adding more variety! Ultimately, I think an arcade skin should be defined by its love for gaming culture, not necessarily a specific type of game over.

Make him spin around and then disappear the same way as when pacman dies.


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Tyrannus0

Recruiter

08-15-2013

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Bitsplosion:
Hoy, folks!

I was toying around with this idea during the skin's development and tried a few different forms of "thing that pops up on death", but the more I experimented with it the more it felt too much like Arcade Sona. Hecarim's death DOES still pay homage to a specific retro game trope, and in cases like this where we get to make nods to a culture as rich as video game history, I'll always opt for adding more variety! Ultimately, I think an arcade skin should be defined by its love for gaming culture, not necessarily a specific type of game over.

So why doesn't he explode in a brilliant rainbowtastic pyroclasm?


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Voidgolem

Senior Member

08-15-2013

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Tyrannus0:
So why doesn't he explode in a brilliant rainbowtastic pyroclasm?


...so have you just not seen his death animation or...?


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Tyrannus0

Recruiter

08-15-2013

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Voidgolem:
...so have you just not seen his death animation or...?

Looks the same as the normal one.


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JabbaClown

Senior Member

08-15-2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftFVlBaC7hU


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Gløry

Senior Member

08-15-2013

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Bitsplosion:
Hoy, folks!

I was toying around with this idea during the skin's development and tried a few different forms of "thing that pops up on death", but the more I experimented with it the more it felt too much like Arcade Sona. Hecarim's death DOES still pay homage to a specific retro game trope, and in cases like this where we get to make nods to a culture as rich as video game history, I'll always opt for adding more variety! Ultimately, I think an arcade skin should be defined by its love for gaming culture, not necessarily a specific type of game over.


Gotta say I'm disappointed to hear this. I think the continuity between the two skins would have been neat.