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CVG Preview: Folklore

Now, it may look like an RPG, but apparently it's not. Well, at least that's what Sony is telling us about its latest toe-dipping session into the world of 'action/adventure' games. And surprisingly, Folklore - which also happens to be developed by Yoshiki Okamoto, the brainchild behind Resident Evil, Onimusha and Devil May Cry - is set in Ireland.

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timmyp533487d ago

n reply to:"it may look like an RPG, but apparently it's not. Well, at least that's what Sony is telling us about its latest toe-dipping session into the world of 'action/adventure' games."

i think the game is more of an action rpg than anything... i hope onimusha makes a remake =*) but i want the new onimusha to be like Onimusha 3 not 4.

MK_Red3487d ago

True, cant wait for next Onimusha.
Folklore is shaping up to be a really different and unique game. Cant wait for this one either.

i Shank u3487d ago (Edited 3487d ago )

did anyone play the demo for this game? games like these are why the 360 wont dominate the market; its got nothing like this game or other awsome japenese games.

EDIT- just saw this games creator is creator of devil may cry, figure the latest devil may cry games dont compare to the first cause hes been working on other projects. translation- this guy makes sic games

gEnKiE3487d ago

I cant wait for this game to come out. Looks like the first good true jrpg experience for this gen....ya, im not an Enchanted Arms fan....

Bebedora3487d ago

Yeah. EA was not the brightest of JRPG:s out there. The battlesystem was it's major strength. The story was ok. The feel of it all was bland. I didn't like it. A 3/10 maybe. That is, it was an effort to go through it.

Now, Folklore seems great and the feel seems more fluid and the combos possible looks great/awesome. Q3 Q4 really looks thick in games as a whole. I have to wait, but it's hard to.