First game published by Square Enix to be Xbox 360 exclusive, Project Sylpheed is a space 3d shooter that will without a doubt remind quite a few of the excellent Wing Commander series.
It actually looks pretty nice!
But they REALLY need to get rid of like 80% of that HUD. It's just far too much cluterring up the screen.
WOW, PS3 gets that crappy Final Fantasy series, and the 360 gets this wonderful AAA shooter. (note sarcasm) Screw Square, MS doesn't need your pity title anyway.
...doesn't even look like it's rental worthy.
You are very wise. Square Enix is known for great graphics ect, how can such an experianced company be getting it's ass kicked by most of the other devs making 360 games. It's a Slap in the face with this BS. Americans are smarter than this and we will not jump with joy just because of Square Enix. It's almost a fictional message their trying tell to the public about the 360's capabilities. Although Squares skills are limited to the artoon Anime style. In the end Square Enix will be (((forced))) to change their game plan if they wan't to stand a chance on the 360 Lost Planet was made to apeal to AMER & JAP. Dragon Ball or HALO, nothing in-between will do well.
Square has it's share of quality titles, but Xbox1 did great without them. I'm a hardcore RPG guy, but Mass Effect and Fable2 will tower above anything Square can dish out. Who needs em'
Now lately Square Enix has anounced that they're going to try and wing themselfs off of Sony; but still i don't trust Square Enix. They'll get lazy on the American console thinking we'll buy anything. Look at those Xbox1 graphics. No pasteing the inviroments on the 360.
i'll be picking up a copy
Xeno Saga was a solid Sci-fi based RPG with a loyal following. this can be the next Squarenix Sci-fi RPG to take it's place.
Is that Mike Tyson commanding that unit? The commander looks a heckuva lot like him!! Here I thought good ole Mike could only fight, turns out he is teaching flight school in space.
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