This eel and the piano in the haunted house level scared the crap out of me when I was a kid.
I think Drift Girls (the game in the thumbnail) is available in the West. I'm not sure about the others.
Balamb Garden's training area was so ridiculous. I get why they have flying insects and angry plants for students to train against, but the freakin' T-Rex probably killed people who weren't prepared for it!
Love the look of the Leviathan summon!
Me too! This might sound crazy, but Deadly Premonition was one of my favorite games of last-gen.
Final Fantasy VIII's intro still wows me to this day. It's so well made and choreographed (is 'choreographed' the right word for CGI scenes?) and the music is amazing.
Exactly. I've been wanting to play a new Fatal Frame game since waaaaaay back when Fatal Frame 3 was released. We've already been snubbed once (with FF4), I'm just happy we're not being snubbed again!
Eh. Not really. I used to work at JB Hi Fi and most people who buy games are either casual gamers, or people who are buying for a family member or friend, or people who know little about games so they buy games solely on word-of-mouth or whether they like the cover. Most of them probably don't know who Hideo Kojima is so adding his name isn't going to massively contribute to sales. It's just a nice little nod to Kojima and the fans who support him.
I think characters like Garnet, Celes, or Balthier are far more under-appreciated and deserving of praise.
Meh. I still call her Aeris. I just think it sounds prettier than Aerith.
I wish RE3 and RE2 had been remade together, since they happen around the same timeframe and could arguably be considered two parts of one whole story.
I'd be happy if they retconned anything regarding the Wesker Children, Alex Wesker, and Wesker's son.
MGS1 is one of my favorite games too. I loved the later games in the series as well, but there's something about MGS1 that was just....perfect, imo.
Not only that, but nostalgia does tend to warp peoples' memories a bit. The 90s and early 2000s had some great horror series like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Fatal Frame, Alone in the Dark, Clocktower, etc.....but there was a lot of crap too like Darkseed 2, D, Illbleed, Deep Fear, The Ring: Terror's Realm, and Night Trap (the latter was a fine example of the countless awful FMV horror games that came out back then). People tend to forget that times haven't chang...
FFIX isn't my favorite in the series, but it's a horribly underrated game imo! Such a great story, characters, and world.
The same could be said of any interest or hobby though. Some people collect stamps, or teapots, or wrestling memorabilia. It might seem useless and pointless to most people, but the collectors get enjoyment out of it. Hell, many people think playing video games is a pointless past-time and a waste of money, but I'm sure most of us on N4G would disagree with that!
To be fair, you can't really tell what a character will be like based off a single image. Hell, just look at Aerith from FFVII. She is a feminine girl wearing a pink dress, with a pink bow in her hair, who sells flowers and cares for her elderly mother. Based solely off her appearance, that doesn't exactly scream "strong heroine" yet she is one of the strongest, bravest, and most memorable characters in the whole FF series. Who knows, Luna might end up bein...
" Even you must admit that they dancing the same choreography as everyone else is at least a little over the top. Or should we believe that Squall actually took dance lessons? " I don't think it's over the top. Considering its mentioned the Garden has those graduation dances every year, it's entirely possible the students have to take dance lessons for that exact reason. It would also come in handy if they are ever on a mission that required them to danc...
Can't believe it's almost 15 years since FFX was released. Suddenly I feel old...
I hope we get a psychical copy, but I'll settle for a digital release if it's the only option. I'm just happy we're getting this game in the West. After FF4, I was worried we'd never see a main Fatal Frame game localized again.
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