Actually no, it's more like it's going to be the best game ever because it's clearly an improvement on the first NieR, which is currently the best game ever, and has the same creative team, now backed by a better quality developer team.
Please. Stop this culture where people don't read the article.
It's a deliberate aesthetic effect. Not every game has to look hyper-real in order to have good art direction.
And no, the N64 would not be able to handle this game.
It's people like you that hold games as an art movement back. People like you would look at a Picasso and say it was a 'crap painting' because you didn't understand why it wasn't realistic enough.
And you need to stop pretending your point of view is any more definitive than anyone else's.
Art can be gloomy.
I always enjoy the inevitable comments from people who seem to think their opinions are the only objective truth in the world on lists like this, personally.
Eidolon. I don't have a problem with UC4. Dead Or Alive Xtreme 3 is more my kind of game. There's a lot of games I love a lot that I can't list when I'm doing a top 10.
Otter - thanks for clarifying. I thought you were being hostile and sarcastic, as is common for the Internet. My bad.
I know, right? I love all things Miku with a passion, but this one is at a whole other level.
Yes, BlakHavoc, I prefer DoA to UC4.
Lol, you don't like a game someone else does. They are your opinions, you are entitled to them. :)
"Why Dark Souls is my favorite video game series of all time" Because you haven't played the King's Field games.
Except in the indie space where risks like these are happening every day.
Please do explain how you make a game that actually needs two screens on a console that has one, Slinky. It has nothing to do with the touch screen. It is the fact that the Etrian Odyssey mechanics require both the map and the "action" to be displayed - and interacted with - at the same time, at all times. A map overlay, as other dungeon crawlers do on the Vita, would not work, as you wouldn't be able to draw on that while you played.
A very good "dancing" game.
Yep, exactly. In fact, when people start complaining about "sex" in games, I worry for them. That they are okay with the most horrific violence imaginable, but draw the line at a bikini, is a sign that they personally have a very significant problem with sex. And those are the kind of people you don't want hanging around your kids. Those are the kind of people that should never be allowed to go near a beach. Because those see "sex appeal" everywhere, and are threatened...
Completely irrelevant to the article. And not true anyway. Miku can be whatever age you want her to be. That's the point. She's a canvas. People draw her at all kinds of ages. Her age is fluid even in the "official" art designs for her; Miku's western (English) voice bank has a different character design, and in that one she looks like she'd be around 20. Risette, in Persona 4 Dancing All Night, doesn't have a stated age. At the ...
"In regards to the article its probably a bunch of indies." ... Which is a good reason to own a PlayStation 4.
There's a good chance you'll enjoy this one, then. :-)
Imagine a world where people actually read the reviews, rather than skipping to the score and having a knee-jerk reaction. Thanks, Marloc. I did indeed enjoy Devil's Third. A lot. As I explained in a very lengthy and in-depth review that I wrote that apparently you read, but GrimDragon was too lazy to.
From third parties, it did.
Dunning-Kruger. This comment is everything my article was about.
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