Official PlayStation Magazine look at why Quantic Dream’s Ellen Page-fronted blockbuster is guaranteed to be 2013′s most innovative and daring adventure.
“The result is very simple: gamers invest money in publishers having no interest in innovation – they encourage them to keep making the same game every Christmas, and everybody’s happy. If you’re interested in innovation and believe that games could be more than shooters, then you realise that sequels kill creativity and innovation.” “The main challenge that games face is the fact they’re based on repetitive mechanics: the main character only has access to a limited set of actions – shooting, jumping, running, crouching and so on. It’s almost impossible to tell a decent story with a hero that can only run and shoot. In order to tell a story, we need to redefine what interacting means and to invent new ways of playing. This is definitely something very challenging, but also very exciting." My man. Thank you for 5 exclusive new IPs this year, Sony. Ni No Kuni The Last of Us Beyond: Two Souls Tearaway Puppeteer Am I missing any?
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Ni No Kuni is by Sony?
How is Ni No Kuni an exclusive IP? I seem to remember it being released on a Nintendo handheld. Ezz2013: And yet it's given the same name, the only difference being the addition of a subtitle. Sony doesn't own the IP or have exclusive access to it.
not even close to the same game different gfx,gameplay,much longer story etc
And yet it's not the same game. Youtube the DS version, and then the PS3 version. Wrath of the White Witch is only for PS3, and to assume it'll be on other platforms is currently nothing more than your wishful thinking at work.
"Ni no Kuni: Queen of the Holy White Ash’s (Wrath of the white Which) story will start out the same as the Nintendo DS version’s, but will be told differently after the halfway point. Hino says Queen of the Holy White Ash’s story will continue after the DS version’s, and that the game will also have post-release downloadable content."
guys he said new ip he didn't say "Thank you for 5 exclusive this year, Sony." @roguestatus28 the only thing this game share with DS version is the name ..and it end there
Not by sony, and not a new IP since it was already on DS. Graphics, Play style, etc aside, the property already existed long before it came to PS3.
From the post above: "Ni no Kuni: Queen of the Holy White Ash’s (Wrath of the white Which) story will start out the same as the Nintendo DS version’s, but will be told differently after the halfway point. Hino says Queen of the Holy White Ash’s story will continue after the DS version’s, and that the game will also have post-release downloadable content" You can't call that an exclusive IP. Sony doesn't have any rights to it. Admit you're wrong and quit being a dildo.
Good post. I do think Sony, as a publisher, deserves credit for constantly pushing creativity and new IPs. It is inspiring, and I do believe fortune favors the bold.
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after playing Heavy Rain, this is auto-buy for me.
Day One Cant Wait!!!!
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