Sony Computer Entertainment has released 21 new screenshots of Level-5's RPG, White Knight Story. A playable version of the game will be presented at Tokyo Game Show.
There are some pretty decent RPG's coming out soon, this, enteral Sonata, Blue Dragon, and Lost Odyssey. The only problem is finding the time and money to spend on them!
Wish they could release a demo, cause this game looks really good. Hope gameplay is as fun as it looks
just like the heavenly sword demo =)
It's the devs of Dark Cloud/Chronicles serie. I know they can make magic happend in a game. I'm very excited about this game. Said to be multiplay in some form as well?
It look fantastic indeed. Me wwant it.
i thought the PS3 couldn't do colorful graphics? /sarcasm
anyway, this game is looking great, and i'm pumped.
Dark Cloud 2 and Rogue Galaxy were great.
it's interesting, that they've changed the art style from the first time they showed White Knight, and i think it's because of the character creation system.
going with the simpler anime style would mean not as much diversity in characters outside of hairstyles.
going with a more "realistic" anime style means we'll be able to craft a more believable and unique representation of ourselves in the game.
...they willl go with a kind of civ chart and so on...
Good thing the game allows you to change your face.. because the main characters look all the same with dif gender/hair. XD
*Imagine the comments about Lost Odyssey if it looked like this one.*
what about FF VII? All lies in the playabillity
 Besides that, story is everything. EVERYTHING!
[edit2] Those are there. That is becuase japs do those things natuarlly....called quallity. besides enix stories
[edit3] You xbox 360 fans (if any) may have the FF XIII stories. I give a damn about it. WKS is the gut and glory
I'm wowed by your skills of reading a game story tru screenshots and teaser videos ..
Btw, last time I checked Hironobu Sakaguchi is not an american name.
it will be fantastic...that is the thing.
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