@il-JumperMT: I played since launch, and I know you're wrong, besides the usual bit of dropoff that is natural when a MMO matures.
The nice and heavily populated servers prove you wrong. It sure has some vocal haters, whom have been proved to be irrelevant by results.
That's completely false. You can pay for convenience. Definitely not to "win."
You do know that you can play it in English, right?
It's already out. Has been like 7 months. This is a new expansion tho.
They said clearly it's a new IP.
I seriously hope not. That's an absolutely anti-immersive choice to (badly) use a gimmick.
1: When you pilot a fighter, radio chatter comes from the headset in your helmet, not from between your hands.
2: the audio quality of the speaker in the DS4 is certainly not as good as that of your home theater/TV Speakers/Headset, and in Ace Combat radio chatter is an important part of storytelling, it should be well understandable.
It was announced today :D
That's what the stream was streamed at.
I interviewed him at Gamescom for NieR: Automata together with the composer. Actually Saito is quite open and talkative normally, but I was so stoked for NieR that I didn't think about it until I was out of the room >_>
Incidentally, Saito is a Producer, not an exec :D
The trailer is a cinematic, but there is plenty of gameplay from both platforms in the post as well. Might have missed that.
Haha, indeed :D
Puff-Puff will never die :D
I've been kicking myself since August for forgetting to ask Saito when I interviewed him about NieR >_>
Plot twist: we actually get the costume without getting the game.
Did someone seriously just post the same drivel 20 times?
To the point, I'm pretty sure Sega made the right move. The game might have sold a bit less, but developing for one platform means spending a lot less than having to support two, especially considering that developing for PS3 is complicated and expensive.
We're getting it with subtitles. It'll just be on the Asian PSN, can be grabbed there with no issue.
"Seems like stuff they cut so they could release it a few weeks after and claim it's free DLC"
You could say this of absolutely anything and everything that gets released after launch.
Of course, you'd have no evidence or event a hint in any of those cases, so it's a moot statement to make just for the sake of bashing a developer that already delivered a very meaty game without any reason besides trying to be negative.
First of all, the original Valkyria Chronicles didn't have a WW2 ambience, it was in the middle between WW1 and WW2, and this one is still the same, just in a different setting.
Secondly, the original Valkyria was never cel shaded. It used a specific rendering engine that did its own thing giving it a painted canvas effect, and this one has a very similar engine, with a similar effect.
@Gaming_Cousin: I have no idea. He's been doing this for a while.
@ItsJustDante: Thanks for the second insult. Just shows your true colors (not that it was needed).
If you bothered to use your dear google translate, you'd notice that that link gives basically no info on the game. It literally tells you at the bottom to go read the magazine if you want it.
"For details check the Weekly Famitsu 2016 December 29 issue (released on December 15, 2016)"
It also includes just a fraction of the ...
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