And it'll be interesting to know what one magazine giving it an award in the face of a very mild reaction from actual gamers has anything to do with whether censorship is ok.
You mean it won the "Debut with 23k copies on Christmas while the Wii U was selling like hotcakes" award?
According to your usual logic, if it sells all is ok, but this really did rather badly.
Of course, that logic is flawed to begin with, so...
Not surprised to see you spring to the defense of censorship as usual (as long as it's Nintendo doing it). Welcome back :D
I'll buy it too, because I'm a sucker and the Wii U is region locked. But censoring this kind of stuff (while leaving exactly the same stuff in other parts of the game) is ludicrous.
I honestly can't wait to get my hands on the beta.
as an Italian, I hate that pun >_>
Yep, that definitely reminded me of that as well. Not identical, tho.
It's gonna be fun with Treehouse localization and Japanese voices. I expect unprecedented levels of audio/subtitle dissonance.
@Pandamobile: a game's price should be determined by its content, not by whether it's "indie" or not.
Because it's an enormous game that has been in development for years?
I don't think it being "indie" automatically lowers its value.
Unlikely, since Konami has the IP, but they might collaborate again in the future, who knows.
I mean, PlatinumGames collaborates with EVERYONE :D
@Eidolon: the big deal is for the goons like me that never noticed because it was on by default.
"Notification messages are no longer displayed when Friends join parties."
This is the best thing since the invention of bread.
Indeed, but I'll take it.
The Gears 4 part is false. We were there and I have the full recording of the event. What isn't in my articles hasn't been said. Gears of War 4 was never once mentioned, so this is IGN's derp.
That didn't last long anyway.
It looks a lot like Persona 4 from what I've seen so far.
well, it seems to be not excessively demanding graphically, so I doubt there'll be much of a problem.
I was surprised too. I can't even fathom why they're trying to trademark it.
I'm not sure ESO dominates anything, to be honest.