Instead, it’s a series of 3D-animated shorts showing what Minecraft could be if it was, well, not more “realistic” per se, but rather more smooth and rounded around the edges.
That is one spectacular, buffed up Mewtwo sculpture, like something out of the XCOM games, or a live action Pokémon movie — not one of the cartoony monsters from a Nintendo game.
Studio Ghibli still uses traditional animation techniques. You know, hand-drawn stuff. While it did loan out Totoro — well, a plush toy version — from My Neighbor Totoro to Pixar’s computer boffins for Toy Story 3, don’t look to Studio Ghibli to go all digital anytime soon.