When I see some of the impressive CGI on display in Pixar movies, I sometimes wonder what the wonders of technology could do for everyone's favourite egg. Hypothetically speaking, if a studio were interested in Dizzy - and if they could sort out all the licensing stuff - would you be interested in such a movie?
I must admit, the possibility does intrigue me whenever I watch a Pixar movie. I'm not a fan of CGI at all in live-action, but in animation, well they seem to keep exploring new horizons on the big screen. As I am such a big Dizzy fan, I sometimes wonder what he'd be like in an animated movie. Well, we all dream at times, don't we?
That said, although this is all hypothetical, if such a thing were ever to happen, I'm not sure I'd be that interested. No-one can say that the Dizzy games are passive games, they are fun because of the concentration and planning required. I have enjoyed playing them since '86, so I'm not sure I could get the same type of enjoyment out of watching Dizzy. He's more fun to play.
What do the rest of you think? And, just out of interest, has anybody ever watched a cartoon film/TV series based on a computer/video game character? If so, how did you find them?