Skyrim's Vampire Lord perk trophies were among the worst I came across. That trophy where you have to constantly kill with either melee attacks or that retarded vampiric drain spell that works less than half the time makes that my most loathed trophy.
I have Exist Archive for my Vita and I love it. The PS4 version for 20 dollars?? Yes!
It was only the first Yakuza on PS2 that was dubbed in English. Since Yakuza 2, the series has retained it's Japanese-only language track with English subtitles. Thank God SEGA is bringing over Yakuza Kiwami so I can finally finish the first game in Japanese. I was never able to finish the first game because I couldn't stand the English voice acting. It just sounded so wrong after I'd heard the second game in Japanese.
3 Yakuza games all within a year or so of each other? Mad props to SEGA and Sony for making this happen. This is why I'm a Sony gamer. :)
I'm not one much for swearing but..... F**K YEAH!!!!!
I just bought a new 4KTV. This looks great on it, even with Youtube's compression! I hope they bring this to the west!
I got mine earlier tonight. No framerate hiccups or anything.
Hey you're free to come up with your own system!
Michiko Naruke is an unrecognised genius as she is. The main composer for the Wild ARMs series, she's written a tonne of great music for said series, which I love to this day. Wild ARMs was overshadowed by FFVII, which is too bad.
If the author doesn't like the game then that's his/her problem. Personally, this (XII) was the last Final Fantasy game that I was interested in/loved. It harkens back to Final Fantasy Tactics on the original PlayStation, still one of my all time favourite games. I detested FFXIII and wasn't interested in two sequels to a game I didn't like. I'm not interested in XIV because I don't play online games, and I'm keeping a watchful eye on XV. Time will tell whether or ...
Agreed. It was hard and unforgiving in both of the best ways. I miss those days.
Agreed. One of the most unique and enjoyable games on the original PlayStation. I wish they'd reinvent the series for the better instead of the awful Tenchu 4 for the Wii and PSP.
Just preordered this on Amazon. One of the great games I'm anticipating next year along with Yakuza Zero. Majima Everywhere!
Such a great game. I spent so many hours battling my buddy as we drank many a beer. Personally, I wish they would've left in the original Japanese voices and I thoroughly loathe the Funimation voice dub, but aside from that one gripe, that'd be about it.
Damn straight. Just from watching that video, I'm loving Angel and her Kansai accent. Not to mention the puff puff she seems to do to her opponents, haha. I'm not even a huge fighting game fan, but I like what I'm seeing. I'll be picking this up. Screw the SJW losers in mummy's basement, hating everything from their dungeon-like setting. The less the world kowtows to these losers, the better off the world will be.
I would still be interested in buying something like this so I could hook it up in my daughter's room, but the lack of expandability just puts it a little out of my desire zone. I like the idea and I'm sure Nintendo will bring in lots of money with it. It just won't be mine. As for having an original NES, it's true I do, but it's only one system that interfaces with one TV. I'd like to have something like this somewhere else in the house so more than one person at a ti...
My wife told me about this last week. I was hoping this box would be able to interface with the virtual console and be able to download games from it, NES games that is, not SNES. But since learning that it's a standalone box that won't see any expanded abilities I decided I won't buy it. Just a personal decision, considering I have an NES console already and I already have a lot of the games that will come on this. No point in spending money unnecessarily.
Last I checked, and I verified this myself, a working emulator does exist, but only plays the physical discs. I believe it was SSF that actually does work, and I played Shining the Holy Ark with it. Mind you, it requires a relatively beefy PC in order to play due to the Saturn's insane architecture.
Yep. To be perfectly honest dating back to the original PlayStation, no Star Ocean I've played (all of them except the original on Super Famicom), has ever garnered more than average reviews across the board. Some scores lower, some scores higher. This one seems to follow that trend. Most reviewers seem to tend to compare this and others in the series against their more contemporary betters which makes them often score less than great. But, as you said, look past it's flaws and a grea...
Wow, a somewhat positive review that actually sounds fair. I'm impressed. I've been thoroughly enjoying this game since I got it a couple of days ago. Great polish and presentation, I like the characters, the sounds and music are lovely. I did have the odd hiccup with the camera, but not as much as the author apparently had encountered. Don't let these points detract you from what otherwise is a good RPG that seems to harken back to classic style games, almost. Good game, and I en...
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