[Nintendo] Les prochain Smash Bros. et Kirby series risque peut-être d'être moins impecable ou au point.

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[Nintendo] Les prochain Smash Bros. et Kirby series risque peut-être d'être moins impecable ou au point.

Message par Neosilver le Jeu 28 Fév 2013 - 19:31


Normalement j'aurais passer par dessus cette article sans en parler dans un post....mais au vue du nombre de personne ici qui sont de grand fans de la série de jeux Smash Bros et peut-être aussi des fans des jeux de Kirby....

je me suis dis qu'il serais peut-être bon d'en parler un peu. La personne qui design c'est 2 série de jeux a depuis un certain temps de gros problème a bien accomplir sa tache... du fais que de nos jour de moins en moins... ou même presque plus de jeu concu ne se joue a une seule main.

c'est vrai!! a quand vous rappeler vous d'un jeux qui pouvais ce jouer avec une seule main avec une manette?? Ou sont passer les jeux comme Azure Dream ou Seven Saga et surement d'autre que j'arrive pas a me rappeler tous des jeux qu'il étais possible de jouer juste avec la main gauche uniquement ou les 2 mains.... a votre choix.

Bref, la raison est que Masahiro Sakurai souffre de capsulite et de tendinite dans son bras depuis plusieurs mois... et cela ne semble pas vouloir s'améliorer ou guérir. De plus en plus cela l’empêche de bien faire son travail qui requière taper au clavier et jouer avec des manettes dans ses mains pour bien faire du débugging et des séances de teste.

Résultat.... que va devenir la qualité des futures jeux de ces séries??? On espère que rien n'affectera l'essence de ses nom de marque dans le monde du jeu vidéo.


"I wonder what games I can play with just my left hand?" writes Masahiro Sakurai, designer of the Kirby and Super Smash Bros. series, in his Weekly Famitsu column. Get
your mind out of the gutter; this is serious. Over the past several
weeks, Sakurai has written in his column about his condition which has
been affecting his right arm—and how this condition might negatively
affect the new Smash Bros. game's development.
Sakurai is currently suffering from calcific tendinitis in his right shoulder. His symptoms began last October, and while he refrained from mentioning it in his twitter feed to avoid causing alarm, his condition has since not improved.
In this week's issue of Weekly Famitsu,
Sakurai writes that multiple ruptures in the muscles of his arm have
now been detected. He is presently suffering from pain in his upper arm
as well as a chronic dull pain in his elbow, and fatigue in his forearm
and flexor digitorum superficialis (a forearm muscle). The pain is so
bad that it often wakes him at night and prevents him from getting
enough rest.
While
he has been restricted to a left hand-only lifestyle at home and his
doctor has told him to refrain from using his right arm and right hand,
sadly his work in video games pretty much requires that he use both
arms. "I go to work every day, and in order to give instructions and
conduct testing, heavy use of a keyboard and game pad are necessary,"
Sakurai explains. "I use a game pad for test playing games as well as
controlling the camera in the debug mode to check the graphics."
Sakurai's
job as a game director is not an easy one. Every day involves
overseeing development, meetings, working on other proposals as well as
going on business trips. It's only after he has dealt with the other
items on his plate that he can focus on his own work, and as a result,
he is constantly short on time. While before his injury, Sakurai would
make up for lost time by working on weekends and holidays, with a
difficult, and in the worst case, potentially permanent condition like
this, he finds himself between a rock and a hard place. "Normally, I'd
like to get as much of a lead as I can with all the numerous parameters
that need to be input for the development of the next Smash Bros.
game. But now is a time for patience," Sakurai writes. "If my condition
were prolonged or never heals, there's no telling how the project would
be affected."
For now, it appears that Sakurai has been forced
to refrain from playing many of the action games he's been looking
forward to, like DMC and Metal Gear Rising. For the new Smash Bros,
Sakurai has been playing on the test machine with one hand. The 3DS
version is proving to be a little more difficult, apparently…
The best of luck and a speedy recovery for Sakurai.
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