Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu had a nice feature on Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness, that wull be released on February 25th, 2016 in Japan for PS4 and PS3, and some times next year in the west.
This game looks epic
Love the Star Ocean series on Ps2. Can't wait to play this.
Looking forward to this, looking good.
I see Japanese games still look like PS2 games. Seriously none of those faces had any emotion and looked like plastic toys.
That's what one would call "Artistic Direction". This is the Manga/Anime style, it's SUPPOSED to look like this. Wait till you see then in action and animation before saying a still image looks like a plastic toy.
We already have seen it in Action several times. It looked good at first but its definitely lacking in facial animations.
as a webcomic artist I can tell you that in no way is that "Artistic Direction" it is just plain lazy. Not all anime is like that crap anyways (look at the very emotive faces in Samurai Champloo)
They will defend anything if its exclusive
I was going to say the same, the characters look like something between PS2 and PS3, but all the rest looks like a PS2 game to me. Also I agree that this seems to apply to most japanese games.
Which were the PS4 screenshots. They all looked like PS3 to me.
A more accurate title should have said "PS3/PS2", I can't see the PS4 screens, but there are some that look like PS2 screeshots.
Man can't wait to play this game. Shaping to be another great exclusive. New story and new characters to meet and the combat looking good too.
New main character reminds me of fayt leingod. Definitely not a bad thing
Now this was next gen jrpg. Been awhile but it was worth the wait.
Hmm, I'm suddenly interested now..
Lemme guess the Tig bitted spell caster.
Looking forward to it, just a little confused about the "red line" deal, whether they're using it as a plot point after 3's twist, or whether it's because of the battle system being real time.
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