Some new details have emerged about upcoming RPG title White Knight Chronicles 2 from Japanese magazine Famitsu.
Cant wait till this game comes to the states.
I played it a long time ago and put it down but I got it on sale for twelve dollars and picked it up. Now I play this and red dead. WKC is very addictive.
Pretty sure actually...
dont forget the rest of the world
I always wanted my avatar to be able to transform, and being able to customise it as well is even better. Can't wait till it comes to UK
jaw drop to floor...need a while to pick up the pieces :)
That is fucking awesome! @[email protected]
that means your avatar was the 5th pactmaker all along??
Given that they're a 5th wheel throughout out the story, does it really matter? The 5th pactmaker is likely just as irrelevant. Just hope, asides from your character having some actual existence in the main story, that if they're giving everyone in an online party access to Knights they have challenges to match. Boss monsters you only fight outside the story.
NO it seems that these are knights that anyone can use that are less cheated that the main story ones or something like that .. SPOILER i really think the childhood friend of leonard is the LAST pactmaker SPOILER
NOw the game is getting more interesting every minute. Lets hope this gets announced in the US this year!
Yes, Yes, Yes!!! I can't wait till this comes to NA. I love WKC 1.
i love WKC too , i cant wait to play WKC 2
This is one of the PlayStation games i wish were also on X-box 360... the other one is kill-zone well maybe someday... i think level-5 is independent
Yes, but Sony own the IP and Microsoft screwed Level-5 over with True Fantasy Live Online. There was no happy parting.
@piratetom NOt to mention that LEVEL - 5 is quite busy with SE & NINTENDO with dragon quest X
Guys level 5 is happy just where they are (I hope), I love WKC, and I will be sad when the series ends in WKC2, it sounds as if evrything is a big mprovement on WKC1:):)
Thats all very nice and everything, but the singleplayer campaign was like a bonus mode to the game. I want to read more about the online part. What's diferent? Aside from the knigh transformation (which I'm not liking) and the six player party (which I find absolutely grand!)?
This title had potential to be alot more than what it was , and is. The npc's in the game are boring, and the world map is in adequate at best, the combat is slow, and the skills and spells feel like they have no meaning. I mean, fire elements in spells should totally counteract against snow creatures, which they didn't in the first. Its like you could have had any spell or ability and it didn't matter if you were attacking the same elemental enemy. It just did slightly more damage. Im really dissapointed with the first game, and it seems the second is almost the same. there really should have been an open world. IDK, i hope part 2 has upgrades galore.
the npc's are boring, but in all honesty, the single player campaign is a 30 hour drop in the 200+hr bucket that is online play. seriously, i ran through it twice just for the items. if youre not playing this online, you're missing out
I know what your saying, but to me, rpg's aren't shit unless they have an awesome story line, livid atmosphere, and most of all, variety in npcs, characters, weapons, spells, and everything else that makes an great rpg that much better. When I think of great rpg's, I think of Xenogears, Chrono Trigger, Dragon Warrior 3,4, and 7, Skies of Arcadies, and FF 4 through X. Games that are so good you dont even need an online system, but that would be icing on a cake to have a great rpg with great online. I will probably have to wait, if not, I still have an unimaginable amount of classics I can play still.
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