Forever Fantasy has uploaded 15 images from Square Enix's conference today. Enjoy!
looking at the backs of numerous japanese suited people.
This game looks better than the last FF of characters featured with their androgen faces and bodies. Dare I say drag-queen like atmosphere.
Last Remnant looks more to my like and style.
note: Not that FF12 is bad but hey, they could have done better in some parts, right?
I still can't believe I've seen a real screen that says there'll be a simultaneous US/Japan Release from SE- and on both 360 and PS3 nonetheless!
This doesn't seem physically possible...
I said the same thing, who would of thought eh?
Like 5 years ago you would of just seen a PS symbol with the release dates.
Times have changed....eh
Or does Last rem seem like a dynatasy warriors game? thats atleast what one of the screenies looks like...
meh to me, I taught this game was using the unreal graphics engine, wtf am i seeing ? why does it look like a next gen cell shaded game ? if i remember correctly, gears of war used the unreal engine and produced decent graphics. ???
doesn't mean the style will be the same. You can put any art properties into an engine. The engine doesn't decide what the people look like. That said I don't think any of these games are running Unreal. I could be wrong though...
I don't know, but I do see a resemblance with the monsters of Last Remnant. and Gears. Last Remnant is being developed by a different company, of course it wouldn't look exactly like Gears. And why should it? It's a completely different game made by a different company, in a completely different country.
Just because it's using Unreal, it shouldn't mean this game needs to be "Gears of war: Locusts attacks Tokyo".lol It's a new franchise, so it should be treated as one. Don't know about ya'll, but imma leave my judgment open until more is known about this game. Just a thought my gaming brothers. :)
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