Faith in humanity: restored.
Like, literally, the only thing they have in common is the hair color.
@deadfrag: same day as release of DCP in Japan. Not sure if it happened in the west too. I didn't check, but if it didn't yet, it'll most probably happen when DCP launches here. Of course, the update doesn't include the new resolution.
Dragon's Crown sold fairly well when it launched (almost 200,000 copies, and it nearly sold out). The problem here is IMHO that the Pro version really doesn't add much besides more pixels, and the PS3 and PS Vita versions got updated with all the (few) new tweaks. Unless you really care about resolution, there's no reason to buy the new one.
If it was released, they wouldn't need that many developers.
I don't think many on Xbox One care all that much.
I am as well. It looks like a souls game with an actual story to encourage you to persevere.
@Lionalliance: and "very hardcore fans" tend to be angry at change. Add to that the fact that Jim Sterling basically lives on stirring controversy, and you got this result. Having played the game extensively, it's evident that the footage he selected is cherry-picked to make a misleading point and incite rage.
Actually, my mistake. I just got reminded that D23 in the US is every two years, so there won't be a D23 in July this year.
My bet is on D23 in July, but who knows.
It could still come at E3. They simply did not announce that it will. It is really funny that so many websites took a tweet from a rando and ran with it as news, probably because it was posted on Resetera as such.
Showing cherry-picked instances that really don't represent it, like the controversy-monger he is.
Completely disagree with that. The open world is a massive improvement. Sure, it brought issues with it, but in terms of immersing you in what feels like an actual dynamic war, it does wonders. In this it actually does better than most open world games out there, in which the dynamic element is more limited or actually missing.
That story about Dragonball Xenoverse 2 got reported because it was a rehashing of Media Create's numbers, so it's a duplicate of Media Create. This is Ubisoft's financials, which is a completely different pair of sleeves. Incidentally, that story on Dragonball Xenoverse 2 was also utterly false, based on the ludicrous idea that the PS4 version of the game didn't sell a single copy since when he dropped out of the Media Create top-20 10 months ago. ...
I know. It was a joke.
Nomura has been asked to design an outfit without too many belts and zippers, and he panicked, so he asked the Final Fantasy XV team for help.
It looks goofy enough. But I saw it in at least a couple of other scenes.
Only, it's not called "Dynasty Warriors 8" It's called Shin Sangokumusou 8, and Shin Sangokumusou doesn't mean Dynasty Warriors.
There are plenty of games that don't. At least for Ubisoft, at the moment the gold mine is called PS4. Numbers are not an opinion. This is not to say that they shouldn't support the Switch, but let's keep things in perspective, because hyperbole like "goldmine" is ridiculous. The Switch is a gold mine, for Nintendo.
"the Switch is where the gold is at" -> 44% of sales on PS4, 25% on Xbox One, 15% on PC, 6% on Switch.
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