Yep, I should have clarified that. She's a Japanese actress but she does most of her work in Korea. :)
Far Cry 4's review embargo lifts a few days before the game's release, so it will be interesting to see what sort of scores it will get. Ubisoft seem more confident with FC4's quality than the new AC games.
They didn't say Shenmue's failed because it's a bad game though. It failed because its production costs were so high that the game would have had to be purchased twice by every Dreamcast owner in order for Sega to make a profit.
I didn't have any expectations and they STILL disappointed me with this. lol
If you think the trailer is weird, wait until you play the game :D
I'm so excited for this.
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Wow, I didn't realize they're all being released on the same day. I wonder whose bright idea that was!
Because the developers respected the source material and genuinely wanted to make a good game that fans would enjoy, rather than a cheap cash-in.
I'm still holding out hope that we'll see a Western release, but it's not looking like it will happen :(
It's not being overhyped, which is a good thing imo. Though I wouldn't say it's getting completely lost in the shuffle. There has been a decent amount of advertising for the game. Practically every game store I've walked past have massive Pagan Min posters and "Far Cry 4: Coming soon!" plastered all over the store.
I didn't mind the technical issues in Fatal Frame 4. But I think Fatal Frame 3 has a better story, setting, and characters than Fatal Frame 4. Not that Fatal Frame 4 was a bad game, but it's probably my least favorite of the series.
Yeah, I'm not sure what the issue is with a gay lifestyle magazine reviewing a game. Horse riders, gardeners, and fashion-conscious women are no different than any other people either, but they still have specific magazines dedicated to their lifestyles. And sometimes those magazines will review movies or books or games that have nothing to do with the magazine's theme. "My point is that we don't need a magazine about the gay lifestyle reviewing a game actin...
Aya Brea isn't a post-2000 heroine though.
To be fair, Bayonetta 2 is intentionally camp so I don't thin the devs would take that as an insult.
I think it's a case of different countries having different ideas of what is taboo. On one hand, many Japanese games have skimpy girls in bikinis. On the other hand, it's rare to see a couple on a Japanese tv show sharing a passionate kiss or sharing a bed together because it's deemed "inappropriate".
Yeah, Claire barely even looks like Claire anymore. It's really strange. If it weren't for the hairstyle, I probably wouldn't recognize her.
It's giving me some uncanny-valley vibes.
Lol. Raccoon City must have been a bitch of a place to live in. You need to solve elaborate puzzles and collect random keys just to get from one side of the city to the other.
The sexualization isn't a big part of the Fatal Frame series and its completely optional, so I doubt there would be much of an uproar about it if the game is localized. The reason Fatal Frame isn't being localized has little to do with the sexy outfits anyway; it's a lack of sales. Tecmo released the previous games with practically no marketing or hype, then wondered why the games didn't sell very well. If they (and Nintendo) actually put some time and effort int...
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