GI: A big fan of role-playing and horror games, Palermo has some interesting picks.
Whoa... Goosebumps: The Game made someone's "Favorite Games" list. #AnythingIsPossible
I actually thought that looked interesting. I read the books when I was a kid in the early 90's
Well to be honest, the rest of the list is decent. Trails in the Sky SC is a good game, as is Yoshi's Wolly World, & Monster Hunter 4.
Ummmmmmmm...to each their own?
Never heard of her
Until Dawn and Star Wars Battlefront has made lots of list of favorites this year, good to see The Legend of Heroes getting some love along with Monster Hunter 4. Slightly OT but The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III was announced, no platforms mentioned but if it goes like many releases of JRPGs have went, it will likely be PS4, PS Vita or even only PS4.
PSV base game, ported to PS3 definitely, and possibly to PS4 as well. Falcom has stated that they don't like the idea of breaking apart a series on different platforms, so Vita and PS3 versions are all-but guaranteed.
I didn't know that, good info to know. 3rd game has a high chance of being PS3, PS Vita then.
Of course, it *also* stands a chance of not being localized... especially if they don't do a PS4 port. Given that we're talking about 2017/2018 at the earliest.
They'll probably ditch PS3. Their games sell really well on Vita so it's obviously going to get Cold Steel 3.
I doubt it. PS3 has a much bigger install base, especially in the West. And anyway, at the recent stockholders meeting two of the big three points were the surprisingly good sales of PC games overseas (basically Trails in the Sky being a runaway hit on Steam) and how well they'd polished their pipeline to make porting Vita games to PS3 (and/or vice versa) quickly, efficient tly and easily.
That's a really nice list. None of the overhyped average mainstream games.
Choice 6, Star Wars Battlefront (PS4) Say no more...
Goosebumps and no Bloodborne. Man that's pretty radical.
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