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Danganronpa is on the upcoming games list on Steam.

176d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

Every main Final Fantasy game is on Steam with the exception of X, X-2 and XII, and the HD versions of the former two are rumored to be coming soon. I'd say XII hasn't been released on Steam yet because SE are prepping a HD version and would rather release that on Steam rather than the current version.

So, I wouldn't at all be surprised if XV was released on Steam eventually. Couldn't be too hard to do either, given that it's being developed on a PC. My on...

176d ago 2 agree7 disagreeView comment

Oi! I won't hear a bad word said against Ms. Anderson!

178d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

The second picture you linked is of the character Gentiana.

179d ago 4 agree0 disagreeView comment

Dragoon Lady! I thought we'd never see her again. Nice to have names to put to those other characters. The Assassin's Creed looking guy from the earlier trailers (DKS3713 Trailer, Advent Children Complete Trailer, e3 2013 trailer) is still a mystery though. Glauca reminds me of that big armored guy that the Assassin's Creed looking guy talks to in the 2013 e3 trailer. Maybe he's one of the "captains" that serves under Glauca. Then again, the AC looking guy was talkin...

179d ago 0 agree2 disagreeView comment

I wonder what stopped them from simply making Luna a sister to Stella? I mean god knows the cast could use a few more women. What have we got so far? Luna, Gentiana and Cindy? Meanwhile we've got tons of dudes: Noctis, Ignis, Prompto, Gladiolus, Cor, Regis, Idola Aldercapt, The purple-haired fedora guy with the umbrella, the Assassin's Creed-looking blonde guy, the old disgruntled-looking guy with the metal tiara, and the guy who looks like a scheming version of Regis.

181d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

What's absurd is how angry you seem to be getting.

Sure I didn't know much about the character, but what they did release was highly suggestive of their relationship / dynamic and what kind of character she was - there were strong "vibes" I guess. It's not like I'm going off nothing. The early stuff was designed to give us a SENSE of what the creators were going for, not to leave us knowing absolutely nothing. The early stuff conveyed a feel for the...

181d ago 4 agree0 disagreeView comment

I miss Stella, and I miss Noctis' old outfit. The dynamic between Noctis and Stella was so much more interesting - or what we saw of it anyway - and Stella seemed like a more original character than Luna, who seems a bit too familiar to me. Also, Noctis' old outfit looked so much cooler - hopefully they'll include it in the game, maybe as an alternate costume or skin or something. The outfit they've settled on annoys me for some reason - I think it's the combination of the...

182d ago 3 agree6 disagreeView comment

Strong feeling this is a smartphone / tablet game. It's the animation and layered 2D stuff that gives it away. Doesn't necessarily mean it won't be a good game though, and the music seems nice. I'm just sad that, once again, it's not Spyro.

182d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

There are no easy answers. The whole thing is a capitalism problem - a double-bind inherent to capitalism. Filesharing wouldn't be a problem if we didn't need to earn money to live - people would have no problem with people having what they made for free. Creative stuff is it's own reward - people only ask for monetary compensation because they need money to live in this system. On top of that, if they couldn't get enough money to survive doing what they liked doing, they'...

185d ago 1 agree4 disagreeView comment

Man they didn't even TRY to look visually different from No Man's Sky. It seems to play differently to NMS at least, but it LOOKS identical. Really it should have been different in both departments, not just one.

The whole No Man's Sky genre is going to be oversaturated by the time NMS comes out. This, The Solus Project, Lost World Zero, some others I'm probably not aware of, and many more in the future. Enough already!

187d ago 1 agree1 disagreeView comment

The worst thing about RPGs is the grinding and the farming. There are a lot of RPGs that boast huge playtimes, but usually grinding and farming make up a huge percentage of that. It's often a trick to make you think you're getting your money's worth.

I love RPGs, but exploration, discovery, and story should be what make the playtime long, not tedious, monotonous, soul-crushing labour. All that filler stuff just makes you sick of playing the game, and makes for ba...

190d ago 2 agree2 disagreeView comment

They were exceptional in the gameplay, visual design, art direction and music departments - ESPECIALLY the music, which is some of the best I've heard in a videogame.

It's the story and characters that were weak. Story and script was just constant exposition, and the characters felt like melodramatic, basic anime archetypes, rather than nuanced. The voice work was good though and there were a few good characters, such as Noel and Caius. Ultimately though I felt games ...

192d ago 0 agree1 disagreeView comment

So this is Transformers Devastation with a TMNT paintjob? Activision are the worst for milking successful things. I expect we'll see another 5 or 6 games like this.

194d ago 3 agree2 disagreeView comment

Omikron: The Nomad Soul was Quantic Dream's best game, and it wasn't even very good. It felt like the technology at the time was holding it back in nearly every department.

Bowie was the best thing about it.

197d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

No, people can be excited or not excited, but they can't be disappointed or not disappointed - not yet.

197d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

This and The Witness are going to be day-1ers for me. Also Reset and Routine if they come out this year, and maybe The Solus Project and No Man's Sky. Also Everybody's Gone to the Rapture if the rumors of it coming to Steam are true.

201d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

Not exclusive. Coming to PC too.

201d ago 2 agree0 disagreeView comment

Piracy is only "wrong" because we need to earn money to live. People would still make games if they didn't have to earn the right to live, just in the same way that people would still make music. These things are their own reward. People only ask for money for them because they need money to live and because they want to be able to make a livable amount of money from what they like doing so they don't have to rely on soul-crushing labour for an income at any capacity; and th...

203d ago 6 agree11 disagreeView comment

I don't think he's disputing the fact that loads of people play games on PC, I think he's just pointing out that very few people who play PC games have PCs that are more powerful than current generation consoles. I'm sure many people who play console games also have PCs, a Steam account and some games on Steam, just not insanely powerful specs on those PCs.

204d ago 1 agree2 disagreeView comment