Genji: Days of the Blade New Videos

Latest videos showing beautiful water effects and surroundings, armor and clothing feature intricate detail.

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Eternal E 8086436d ago

did i find that all them videos made me lmao.

PS3 Ultimate6435d ago

I'm embarrassed to even look at them. But oh well, it will be a big seller in Japan I'm sure.

FeralPhoenix6435d ago

I think that the 1st video looked pretty good....alot better than some of the pics I saw earlier.

gokuss1220026435d ago (Edited 6435d ago )

I don't see anything next-gen about that game, just look at the narrow fighting areas, the A.I didn't seem amped and it definately ain't the graphics. Seems a little 360ish if you ask me(You know, sligthly better graphics than current-gen with not really much else). This game must be multi-platform game posing as a PS3 exclusive just to get the hype from PS3 to push the game (and what is that 480p) because they couldn't have made that specifically for the PS3 from the ground up. Seriously can someone please point out something, anything next-gen about this game.(and it better not be "real-time character changing")
P.S. this game does nothing but make Blueray seem useless, which by the way wouldn't be Sony's fault 'cause they've provided the neccesary "tools", its up to the Devs to "build" the game.

DJ6435d ago

Yeah, i'm gonna have to push this game into the Untold Legends section right now. True, it does look better in motion, but the gameplay itself looks slow and boring.

I'm gonna have to go with Gokuss. It does seem a bit 360-ish.

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Top 10 Worst Video Game Console Launch Titles

From Perfect Dark Zero to Fighter Within - we take a look back at the games that were terrible alongside their console launches.

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Sciurus_vulgaris2820d ago

I highly doubt Perfect Dark Zero is one of the worst launch games ever. The game held a good sized player base during the early years of the 360 and got good reviews. PDZ is disappointing game, not a terrible one, I don't see how it's worse than Game Party Champions (24% on metacritic).

ScreenGurus2820d ago

I guess its subjective. For me PDZ wasn't a great launch game. I was one of the idiots that ran out and bought it for £50 here in the UK and it just never made me think "That was worth".

I guess I can see what you're seeing - but for me that personal experience just soured the well for me in regards to PDZ. I encourage discussion over that because I appreciate that its always going to be subjective.

Sciurus_vulgaris2820d ago (Edited 2818d ago )

PDZ had a huge legacy to live up to, being a prequel to what is often listed as greatest 5th gen console shooter, Perfect Dark (alongside Goldeneye) . Also, PDZ came out a year after Halo 2, and didn't have on-par production quality with it. PDZ singleplayer had the same major flaws as the original, bad voice acting, and poor writing, which hampered the singleplayer. The aiming could of also been smoother and player movement more comparable to the original. The mp unlike the singleplayer (which isn't terrible ) was well received at the time for it's content.

Kribwalker2820d ago

I'm sorry but perfect dark zero and kameo were both great launch games. The 12 vs 12 online multiplayer with split screen had my wife and me playing it from launch till ghost recon came out in March and then some and Kameo was a great platformer that still has people asking for a sequel. The majority of the list is pretty good, but definitely those two shouldn't be there

ScreenGurus2820d ago

I didn't put Kameo in the list. I felt Fifa was a bigger abomination on the 360's launch lineup (As well as King Kong). I don't get the hate Kameo gets sometimes.

Kribwalker2820d ago

"Rare also delivered two titles for the consoles launch; neither of which were particularly any good. Kameo was deeply flawed but retained a level of charm for next-gen gamers and managed to disappear under the radar. Instead the focus of hate fell squarely on Perfect Dark Zero."

Pretty much did, definitely dragged it through the mud for sure

christocolus2819d ago (Edited 2819d ago )

I think i agree with Kribwalker. I never played Pdz until Rare replay but going by reviews there've been worse launch titles out there and your article ridiculed Kameo and yet that game was one of the best 360 titles. It was fun, charming and it scored quite well,fans have also been clamoring for a sequel. I think you based your article entirely off your personal opinions and tastes and it's ok and may be Pdz deserves to be on your list but Kameo imo should never have been dragged in there.

@krib

Thanks for the videogamer link. I was just searching for it online.

ScreenGurus2820d ago (Edited 2820d ago )

(In response to the second comment)

I was more alluding to the cold response it got. I never got around Kameo but I remember it getting a fairly shaky response from everyone at the time.

As said, there were several other much more worthy names which were worse.

Kribwalker2820d ago

But it didn't have a bad rap. It actually sold quite well (for a platformer on a MS system) and has a 79 metacritic which is typically quite high for a launch game and still is widely requested for a sequel

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Which Launch Title Would Make You Buy a PS4?

That illustrious Sony press event on February 20th is just one week away, and with the PS4 reveal entirely possible (in a huge venue nonetheless), we wanted to end our three weeks of PS4 questions on the games. So, the PlayStation LifeStyle staff was asked:

Which Launch Title Would Make You Buy a PS4?
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TrendyGamers4082d ago

Uncharted 4 would definitely make me buy one.

Relientk774082d ago

That's exactly the game I want

Dylila4082d ago

Killzone 4.