During a Q&A on Ubisoft's website, creative director Jason Vandenberghe throws out a hint about whether or not achievements will hit Red Steel 2.
Good to see more Wii devs putting achievements in their games. Its about time.
personally i can't say im a fan of achievements/trophies they are worthless in my opinion at least the way they are now BUT when the achievement system unlocks in game things then i like em much better
completely agree, that's the only type of achievement i care about.
Glad to see more games with this feature. Personally I am trying to get a Platnium trophy on one of my games. Hopefully they have achievements that pop up on the upper-right of the corner when you get them.
Wait since when does Wii have achievements? Edit: I asked a question people don't disagree and run off without an answer.
It's not a universal achievement system. It's done on a game-by-game basis and they usually unlock artwork or bonus stuff.
"It's not a universal achievement system" True but the support for achievements are getting better on Wii.
erm... the conduit has an achievement system, dont know if it actually unlocks anything but it has one lol.
I know many people who will buy the game now solely because it has achievements. That's become such a selling point for games now.
Your actually right about that. Many gamers look to achievements for added replay value, can't say I blame them.
tks 2 ms for making them so popular this gen.
But im really glad the wii has this, seems like a real step in the right direction, and its on a game that could be one of the wiis strongest this year too.
Wii is really starting to come into its own now. The Conduit just dropped and has been monopolizing many of my nights. Tiger 10 with M+ is probably the greatest gold game ever made. We are getting WSR in a couple of weeks, and for the holiday we got NSMB Wii and Red Steel 2. "Wii has no games" My A$$.
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