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I agree, it's unusually self destructive and continues to baffle me. #1.1
All the Dragon Quest games had their characters designed by Akira Toriyama #4
They made the 3DS and Vita spinoff. It was not received well. #1.1.1
You've mixed up the actual first day launch with the first NA, aka North America only, server test. The latter happened a few hours ago, and was deliberately constrained just so that Capcom could get servers running, and that worked.

If you live outside the US, you should get beta access in the next few days since they're extending it. #1.1
The logic is Valhalla owns the game but Nintendo paid to finish it. Nintendo may still be paying Valhalla to polish this up.

Nintendo allowed Valhalla to bring the game to PC, and the two set terms on how this is going to happen. The PC version isn't just multiplayer only, it's free-to-start and 'tailored for the platform'.

Expect the PC version to be very, very limited, compared to the premium Wii U version. #4.1
I'm sorry about this, the game's been out for a while but I should have also remembered some gamers, particularly on PC, still haven't had the chance to play it. I'll try to remember this and put spoiler warnings for next time. #3.3
THanks for clarifying! I obviously did not know Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate had that option :P I guess I'm interestedin getting that game again #1.1.4
Apparently so. It will be the first Wii U game to support USB keyboards #1.1
this was already confirmed a while back in a video promoting the Unity engine of all things #14.1
I'm glad these are still coming! #1
sigh. I'm spoiling my own article here but the issue is new Tekken and Street Fighter games are coming out and Harada wants to avoid cannibalizing sales between the three of them #1.1
LMAO #1.3
I think this is the perplexing thing, we were all thinking Nintendo was closely involved with Valhalla in making this. Hard to believe SPD and EAD would allow a bad game to leave their hands, so it looks more like Nintendo held mostly an advisory role.

Maybe we'll hear more about that from Unseen 64 later on. #3.1
In the case of Disaster Day of Crisis, it was released everywhere except the US. Nintendo of America takes quality control seriously in 2015. #1.1
They explain in the interview that they don't really have the resources to do all that. FWIW, they've already had to deal with other entities pirating and reselling their game three times over. Crazy right???

I hope Valve sees this and puts them on officially, so they don't have to worry about the Greenlight process and all that. #1.1
I wish folks who pegged this game's dev as a Nintendo dev let their bias go and give this a try. It's a short and fun trek while it lasts, and the Hyper Drive levels are insane! #1
Team Ninja has been genuinely rudderless without Itagaki. They don't know what to do with Ninja Gaiden, they absolutely flubbed on Other M. Really, all they have going for them now is DOA, and to get there they gave up everything that made DOA distinctive. #7.2
Kojima wasn't at E3 though LOL #4.1
Hey, so what do you guys think Itagaki was doing at E3 if he intentionally stayed away from the public? I have my guesses but maybe yours are better. #2
I hope they share stuff that's tangible and this isn't just another announcement that doesn't lead to anything. #1
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