I don't really care about how cutting edge the graphics are. I learned a long time ago that graphics don't need to be intense to make a game compelling and immersive. Some of my favourite games are SNES games. You can do an awful lot with very little in any creative medium. Having said that though, I think this game looks beautiful in it's own way - the sense of scale is fantastic.
The problems with the controls seem to just be a matter of improving the on-scree...
Yeah, what was with that Japanese school and suburb? Was that in Lucis? I thought I was watching a Persona anime. It's kind of hard to imagine a place like that appearing in the game itself. It almost seemed too like our world, whereas the other locations are sort of derived from our world rather than copies.
I'd buy it even if it didn't have this. Seems like they're appealing to "no turn-based; no buy" kinds of people. But why the hell wouldn't you buy a game like this over something trivial like that? I feel like the game has way more than enough in it to make up for not being turn-based - why deprive yourself of what promises to be a pretty great experience in its own right over something so small? Let yourself get into the game and I'm sure you'll quickly stop...
Hmm, well I like the graphics, but the story doesn't seem that compelling. I suppose it is just a beat 'em up though.
I hope they bring it and the Platinum Demo to Steam when they inevitably do so for XV.
The facial animation was a bit sketchy, but I'm excited about this one.
Those five figures high up in the sky... creepy and awesome.
Watched the whole thing and it looks fairly enjoyable. The levels seem fine in terms of gameplay design, but in terms of visual design, they are seriously lacking.
Also, it'd be nice if Beck didn't quip every time he used that dash attack. Every now and then they're welcome, but a simple generic shout now and then wouldn't hurt.
"5:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. – Square Enix Presents: E3 2016 Grand Finale"
Should we be excited for this? I'm wondering what will be "Grand" about it...
VII Remake? Final Fantasy XVI?
I'm interested in that 15 minute "grand finale" on the last day though...
Well to me, being the bad guy isn't strength - it's weak moral character. You're not a strong character for being a callous, ruthless, evil mastermind, you have a fundamental psychological lack (i.e. compassion, empathy). If Nadine became the main villain, she'd be powerful and strong in all the wrong ways. I'd say the same about any character, regardless of gender.
I doubt it'll be dramatically better than the standard one, so many people probably won't bother getting it if they already own a standard Ps4. I on the other hand do not and have never owned a Ps4 (or an Xbox One), so if I end up getting one, I'll probably get the better one. Having said that though, if the difference is literally just that the new one will support 4k resolution / VR, I'll probably settle for the standard one because I doubt I'll ever bother buying a 4k t...
I think it'll feel pretty fresh given that there hasn't really been a game like it for a long time. I just hope the genre doesn't take off and lead to oversaturation again.
The Longest Journey Home is the next and possibly final game.
Dude, the sales they get don't come from people who post comments in places like this. Most people who are really into games think sh!t like this is lame. All their sales come from people who just play games as throwaway entertainment and don't research it at all.
No Yoshitaka Amano illustration in the logo; no buy.
I like the crispy pixels of the original. If they were to remake it, I'd like the graphics to be pretty textured and detailed, rather than having that smooth ps2-look that a game like, say, I Am Setsuna has. In other words, I'd want a remake to be pretty up to date. Also, I'm not likely to play the original again for a while, because I've played it several times, but I'd definitely play a remake in a heartbeat.
More importantly though, I think a remake c...
This looks great.
This is almost as ridiculous as people sending death threats to Kotaku and Hello Games over the No Man's Sky delay. If Pokémon matters that much to you, you need to ask yourself some very serious questions.
I don't think the guy's looking for sympathy. I think the point of the article is really to say "can you believe that people are sending death threats because of something like THIS?"
Also, are people really this excited about No Man's Sky? It looks good, and it's certainly doing something new, and I myself am looking forward to it, but I'm not desperate for it or something, I can wait.
Or, ya know, people could NOT send death threats if a game they want is delayed, rather than developers having to put up with and expect it.
The original article was the most dispassionate, unobjectionable thing I've ever read - nothing even remotely inflammatory in it. These people have got to just be bad trolls or something. If not, then they must have mental, emotional issues. What about this could ever compel a person to send death threats? Bizarre.