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Submitted by RandomManA 802d ago | opinion piece

Forget Final Fantasy Remakes, I Want a New Bushido Blade

Flynn from Leviathyn.com takes a look at those persistent Final Fantasy remake stories before suggesting something crazy: he'd rather see a new Bushido Blade game than a Final Fantasy remake. (Culture, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy X, Retro)

a_bro  +   802d ago
i waited over a decade and a half for a new bushido blade....
PrimeLantern  +   802d ago
What about Battle Arena Toshiden?
wheresmymonkey  +   801d ago
There's already been one on the wii. Sadly it never made it out of japan. IS till a damn fine game though.
Godmars290  +   802d ago
Approved on title only!

Pity the industry, and especially Square, is in the current state that it is. I can only envision plot/cut scene heavy tripe which has to have a gimmick other than the involved sword fighting mechanics.
LordMe  +   802d ago
I STILL play Bushido Blade 2 every now and then... Makes a great party game!

One of the best PS1 games ever made.

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