I freakin' loved seeing all the insane shit Rick would go through just to avoid family therapy.
"-The slums ppl never see the sky" Not to mention, the scene where ShinRa learns that AVALANCHE's base is in the Sector 7 slum, so they blow up the pillars holding up the plate to the entire sector, crushing thousands of innocent people to death. Then the camera pans up to President ShinRa standing at his office window listening to classical music, as he happily watches the people below him die. To make matters worse, if you go into peoples&...
I agree 100% I'm re-playing the game right now and had forgotten how many random, silly moments there are. I just reached the Gold Saucer and completely forgot that the owner is a super hairy bodybuilder wearing nothing but a tiny speedo and a giant handlebar moustache. It's glorious in how bizarre it all is.
I think it depends on whether you used her in your team or not. She was my main healer in the game and I was usually nice to her during dialogue options, so it was pretty heartbreaking when she died ;( Although the first time I played, I had Cid and Vincent in my main team and they didn't really say much when she died, so the moments after Cloud's speech ended up being pretty 'meh'. But the second time I played, I had Tifa and Yuffie in my main team, and it was ...
Yeah, the video really didn't need to be ten minutes long. Especially the ridiculous part where he describes the difference between the English phrase "Received potion" and the Japanese phrase "Got a potion". Seriously, it means the exact same thing in the end. I thought he was going to explain some personality-differences between the Japanese and English versions of the chatracters. Not the difference between the words used to loot a random corpse :/
Shiva also had a little triangle of blue covering her pelvic region, and Ifrit's has red "fur" covering his. lol
Not gonna lie, I really do! I'm hyped that it's finally recieving the recognition it deserves :D
Oh man, the things I'd do for a Vagrant Story remake....
IIRC it's infamous because there was a big controversy on the music video being too 'sexualized' and it nearly got banned from Korean tv. Though it's not too different from what you see on most Korean music videos nowadays.
Not just the animation, but the detail too. The veins in that guy's hands and the little wrinkles in Chloe's elbow. I know it's only a cutscene, but it still looks amazing.
1998? More like 1994.
@Harkins1721: That's not the point though. There's no reason FFvsXIII/FFXV should have been re-done and re-built and re-done and re-built over the span of a decade. Especially when the end result still felt messy and rushed (and we had to watch a prequel movie just to get the whole plot). Square have a big problem with development that needs to be changed or streamlined or....something.
Yeah, GFs dominate everything through most of disc one (up until you face Edea), but they lose effectiveness as the game progresses and end up being pretty useless (and there are bosses who can instantly kill them while they're 'loading'), so it's best to learn how to effectively use the junction system and boost your stats so that you don't get stuck later on in the game. Plus, it's not much fun watching the same GF cutscenes over and over again. ...
Fighting your way up the tower until finally making your way to Kefka was amazing.
Leon looks about the same as he always does, right down to the floppy 90s hair. Chris though...well, you can't really complain about his face now, considering it has looked different in every single RE game he's ever been in.
He sounds fine to me? I mean, he was a little bit awkward and stilted in Advent Children. But his voice acting for Cloud has improved immensely since then. He's been Cloud for over a decade. Anyone else's voice would be strange.
Banjo Kazooie and Conker's Bad Fur Day are better games, but so far I'm enjoying Yooka-Laylee a lot more than Donkey Kong 64. So it fits nicely in between the other Rare collectathons imo.
I'd hardly call the reception 'disastrous.' Then again, I wouldn't call Yooka-Laylee 'crappy' either.
I think a lot of reviewers are mistaking '3D platformers' for 'collectathons.'
"Have a lot of finny fun!" will be stuck in my head forever.
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