Some more gameplay footage from the Asia version of Blue Dragon.
this is the biggest piece of sh!t i have ever seen coulve been done on ps1
Dumbasz comment of a Sony F*ckboy. If it was done on the PS1 the backgrounds would be shaking uncontrollably and the mouths wouldn't be moving when they talked. Don't doubt the art direction of Akira Toriyama! >:-O
it's at in the same boat with r&c.
They should hurry up and relase this game ASAP. People in America are wanting to play this game! For the closed minded gamer underneath me: Don't knock a game cuz you're not familiar with the art style. FYI Lego StarWars isn't an RPG.
speak for yourself this could have been done on the original xbox if i am lookin for a lego fix i'll play lego star wars. Games like this are inexcusable for next gen. Better wait for lost odyssey or folklore
Sakaguchi, Toriyama and Uetsmu are the best in the RPG Buisness. They made Square what it is and now they've left, Square has come up with rubbish like DoM, FFX, FFX-2, FFXII so hopefully Remnant and Revenant will both make up for their lack of decent games. But Blue Dragon is looking seriously amazing. I've been watching the Anime, so I know quite a bit already, trust me when I say this game will own.
This game looks so good its not even funny...(can be done on ps1 and xbox1 lmao Sure......) sonarus...and iluvxbox show me one game on any of those systems that takes up more 3 dvd9's if anything this game should have been on ps3 soo like i said this game is siick...
Blue Dragon will see strong sales in North America, Europe and Australia. Many 360 owners are also rpg fans. This will be a must have game for a lot of people. I can't wait!
No pop-in, very stylized, and it looked responsive.
I would have imported this game from Japan if it weren't region blocked. Definitely a game that I am going to purchase the day it is released. Final Fantasy VII was the very first game that I ever completed 100% and I am looking forward to doing the same with Blue Dragon. The creators of Final Fantasy and the creator of Dragonball Z coming together to make a game. That is a dream come true. I love Nobuo Uematsu's music and Akira Toriyama's art in this game. I really wish it would also be released for the PS3 though (even though it won't happen). That way I could have Blue Dragon, FFVII, FFXII, and FFXIII on the same console. That would be sweet.
Not trying to be rude or upset anyone here but this to me amounts to nothing more than a game of conkers - your turn my turn.It was fine once but how many more games that use this tired method do we have to endure.Eternal Sonata is similarly turn based but has a degree of real time to it making it feel like your not just waiting to be hit.Kotor also proved that combat systems don't need to be stuck in the middle ages.The game looks good though and will be lapped up , i only wish they would apply a little more thought to this stale method.Getting rid of an old system like this would not go down well i suppose.Didn't the latest FF employ an entirely different means to defeat enemies?. And while it's just an opinion, i'm getting a little bored of the over the top style that is the japanese rpg.Over dramatic girls and boys with totaly exaggerated expressions and weird creatures , it's way too much sometimes and isn't subtle like it should be - when i was younger maybe but it's all a bit silly now.You don't ever get stuff like this from a Zelda , just quirky yet well placed and subtle characters designs - that i can take because they know the limit.I know japanese have this wacky design on all things but i'm staring to grow tired of it.There is a need for unusual design and the japanese are masters of design frankly ,but too much of something is just not a good thing.Anyway it's not all j rpg's i guess. Lost odyssey on the other hand does look like something i would definitely play - even though it looks like it doesn't boast any revolutionary combat mechanics.
I think turn based is still valid and still fun. It has always been about numbers, stats and char building. FFXII was an interesting diversion and proved to be just as fun (for me)as you become involved in the A.I as the strategy. Realtime can add to the experience if you yearn for that kind of interaction but more than a few people like to play strategies and think about battles without having to be a whiz on the controller. Its also hard taking pots, curing status afflictions, choosing and casting spells, throwing objects, healing party members and finding weaknesses in enemies when more realtime interaction is implemented. There is room for both thankfully :)
i dont care about gameplay footage from asia i wanna play the damn game already!!!!! release in states soon microsoft!!!!!
Yeah I like turn based better the best rpgs ever made were all turn based FF 7 FF 8 Legend of Dragoon. So I like it better this way and plus I'd like to see more rpgs with the old turn base in the future. I think this will be good the guys running it know what their doing.
great game if you're like six
heh, most 6 year olds would prefer Gears nowadays mate :) and plenty of older people like "these seemingly childish games" because looking at a game and playing it are two very different things. If they added a chainsaw and blood, you would buy it I bet :)
The art style of this game is one of the best I have seen so far for the 360. I hope the game is going to be released with Japanese voices and English subtitles... I pretty much hate the English voices they add to Japanese games...
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