GameStart 2017 played host to the legendary producer and director duo of Yosuke Saito and Yoko Taro.
But why? The Drakengard series has always released on PlayStation, including its spin-off Nier
Glad it came to PS4
Game sold at least 500k on PS4 in Asia alone, so SE at least got one thing right this gen.
I didn't buy it yet my backlog is super crazy, I literally filled up my 2tb and still buying new games having to delete old ones SMH it's bad out here in these streets yo.
I filled up a 2tb and have a full extra 2tb external lol. My backlog is giant too. But I literally pout every game down and platinumed this immediately. One of the best games I've played period!
Yep... this is what happens when you release 3rd party's exclusively on a ps console with square enix... unlike another game that we aren't going to mention 🤣
Wow!! Did they even patch the game yet!?
Nope, which makes the headline seem like a joke.
Glad it came to PC as it was a fantastic game. But it really does need a few more patches, there's been maybe one or two patches since released and that's it. It sucks for those who may have a bigger issue with running the game.
I don't see why. It's not a very hardware-taxing game.
Then patch it already ****!
Yup glad it came one of the few mult that I even added to my collection. Keep those games coming.
Games like this belong on a PS console.
So basically Sony flashed the bedroom eyes at Platinum and Square Enix so they just abandoned the PC version to focus on PS4 and then maybe patch the PC version at some point... Real nice guys...
Pretty much. Hence why we got a top tier crappy pc port. Still waiting on that stability patch probably never gonna happen...
The ps4 version isn’t that great from a technical standpoint either, 900p with FPS drops.
As much as I love the game, PATCH IT ON PC PLEASE!
And Sony said... Not today 😂
Lmao sure, that's why you never patched the damn game.
Funny, considering how shit a port the PC version was.
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