Freedom. Most games are restrictive, taking their time to show the player the ropes and introduce them to the mechanics in a slow but sure manner. White Knight Chronicles II is not one of those games.
Nice, getting it when it comes to NA
heck yeah....august seems so far away
That's why I'm importing it. That and Origins/Dogma Wars hasn't been announced for the US yet. I'll import both.
if you import wkc2 you wont be able to play the online portion of the game because the online code is kinda region locked
It has been pushed back to September. That is according to the official D3 WKC facebook page. [EDIT] Link: http://www.facebook.com/Whi...
Oh noes :( That's the worst news I've heard all summer, Sunny What am I going to do now >.> I had planned to end my social life in August... but i guess I'll have to put up w/ it for another month.
Wow, "targeting September" is HORRIBLE news! @Review: This review was fairly in-depth but it's a shame none of the reviewers get to try the online portion. The Georama (town) making would have made sense to him then. He also missed the Holy element, only said "fire, water, air or earth". Other than that it's a very lengthy review explaining what's good and bad about the game. Too bad more reviewers don't go into as much detail.
It is out in the EU but I will eventually buy it when I finish the games I have at the moment. It's a good deal when you get two games on one disc (I haven't played the first WKC).
ign will give it 6 because of graphics and blap blap blaaa, in other hand 10s or 9s for shooooooters because they afraid from their fans even if it the crappy cod. i will kill ign if they give it lower than 7.5
fully agree with you
The bad part is that some people actually take these reviewers seriously. The good part is that the unethical ones will probably become irrelevant in one way or another. I really don't know if I have enough money for all these games, but I will DEFINITELY be picking this up at some point.
IGN tends to butcher JRPGs. I lol when people bring up innovative in JRPGs and call it stale. At least JRPGs have different combat systems / equipment / stat system from game to game. Most of the reviewers don't knock off anything for FPS games regardless of how much of a clone they may be.
I agree, I remember the Yakuza 4 review from IGN, what a joke that was. Greg Miller will be the reviewer for WKC 2.
I'll buy this tomorrow I need a huge RPG and having 2 games in one will be a bonus <:3
You'll be set for the rest of the summer haha.
I want this game. I really enjoyed the first. Cant wait for this.
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