I've totally been looking forward to the game since it was first announced: obviously it has its flaws, but overall I'd hope we get to see more of Mirror's Edge in the future and maybe refine some more of the things that Catalyst falters a bit in (but build on its many strengths).
Outlast is probably one of my favorite horror titles of the last few years: so good!
Based on the demo, I'm definitely intrigued by the setting and want to see where they go with it.
Don't want to give away too much, but I definitely got an impression that this one will go into way more supernatural/psychological horror than the original.
It still surprises me that the game is nearing 10 years old at this point, yet still feels so fresh and new compared to most other JRPGs I've ever played.
Really excited! Persona 5 got me really curious to check out the series, so I'm glad that (it seems) Persona 4 Golden is a good way to jump into it.
I'd probably say wait for Persona 5 at this point since it's (hopefully coming soon), but could always get a PSTV on sale ($40 or so) and the game whenever it goes on sale (I got it for about $10 a few months before writing this).
Really glad I was able to play it: it's really an incredible game and was well worth the time playing.
This review is reflecting the game played on a regular 3DS, rather than a New 3DS (which does have significant performance issues compared to the N3DS).
This was definitely one of the highlights of the show, for me.
Super classy and a great way to honor him.
Couldn't have said it better.
He will truly be missed.
The ending(s) in comparison to the previous episodes just felt a bit rushed: I can't really say I was all that satisfied with either of them, so the final episode is definitely the weakest, IMHO.
That said, the rest of the series definitely was a pleasant surprise for me this year.
If you want your Thanksgiving weekend filled with violence and heart-breaking bloodshed, then sure! Go for it :)
Totally agree, really enjoyed the game and while it has its fair share of issues, it was definitely one of those games that caught me by surprise this year.
Can't say for sure, but most likely yes - the original post that revealed that info said the titles would be accessible when backwards compatibility launches this fall.
Nope, this was the conference - TGS officially begins tomorrow (9/17).
It is their main conference - he meant "pre-show" since it comes before TGS 2015 officially begins (Thursday 9/17).
Oh I agree, it's definitely challenging, but really looking forward to seeing more of the game!
While I was waiting to play, yeah: there were definitely playing the demo that left given it is very challenging.
It did definitely come to mind as I played it, maybe something along that line or like Titan Souls.
Definitely does have that impact, especially after building off the ending of Episode 2.
Really been enjoying the series so far and glad to see others feeling the same: looking forward to Episode 4!
I'm not reviewing it unfortunately, but so far I've been hearing great things :)
Our homepage has games across Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, mobile, and other platforms: http://www.dualshockers.com
It's more than just "occasional" coverage.
The homepage alone proves that.