Odin Sphere Leifthrasir confirmed god tier.
Who hype for western release?
Lets see how bad for framerate the Queen of the underworld fight is this time.
Famitsu at its worst is still at least 10 times better than anything we've got here in the west.
That's not meant to be much of a compliment to Famitsu, just a relative comparison about how shit our review sources are.
>Cornelius fighting Belial with wizards summoning shit
>The framerate when
>10 times better than anything we've got here in the west
No they're still pretty fucking terrible, they're not that much better just for being Japanese. They at least don't have social justice and identity politics garbage clogging up their reviews, but they give perfect and near perfect review scores to shit like Jojo ASB and FF13.
/v/ is still so butthurt over Famitsu giving XII a 40/40 it's amazing
I can't see them being bribed too much from niche companies like VW, wouldn't trust their reviews for the big guys like Nintendo or SQ
Also to address
It's not even one game in particular.
Their reviews are arbitrary numbers with the actual review comments being 50 times shorter than their bios, and essentially all of them translate to lower-than-twitter-tier dogshit such as: "UH IT HAZ DA PURDY GRAFIX 9/10"
Famitsu is a fucking joke.
>They're honest when they review small games that I like
>BUT WHEN THEY REVIEW AAA GAMES THAT GET GOOD SCORES THEY'RE BRIBED
Or maybe, just maybe, Famitsu is retarded in general.
Maybe the 12 that the original director wanted, but not the Van filled slog we got.
Literally has like 30 hours of gameplay and nothing fucking happens during it.
Definitely hyped. The PS2 version doesn't get much attention. It's a lot of fun and has a great feel to it due to the music and artwork. It's a bit repetitive though. You have to play through the same levels 4-5 times with each character, killing mostly the same enemies, in order to properly complete the game. The game plays a lot differently with each character so it's not that bad, but the beautiful environments lose their charm a bit the fourth or fifth time round. Still a great game though, Muramasa too.
>turned based games
I fucking can't stand you weebs. You all have such childish fucking mindsets. All of you. Get the fuck off my /v/. I bet you all wear vidya tshirts.
While that'd be great, it was second hand information that was never confirmed by anyone.
Apparently the artist of the games said something along the lines of "I'd be happy to bring the games to PC", so the statement wasn't really an affirmative answer regardless.
Did they lay off on the stilted combat in the revised version? I don't mind animation locks, but that game took it to another extreme, and combos weren't fun to pull off as a result.
Were you dropped on your head as a child
I really don't. Even if Im wrong its still shit because its japanese.
Tattoos are NOT different. If anything, they're worse. It's permanent.
>I really don't
I actually wanted to hear your reasoning for this.
>its still shit because its japanese
You must have lots of fun. Where is this hate for one country coming from?
Because I want japanese games discussion to go to a new board for containment. Think /vj/ or something.
I hate you weebs. You fucking weebs think games like FF7 and Super Metroid are GOAT and never shut up. We have like 9 FF7 threads and 1 Metroid thread up alone.
We have a odin sphere and Nier thread up. We have Nintendo threads up. Enough is enough.
Better have videogame threads that get discussion than have board filled with non-videogame content.
Some Japanese are, but that's the same in every country. I haven't been to America, but when I traveled through Southern Europe and Eastern Asia the attitudes of regular folks weren't that different.
Though I agree that when you enter any niche circles you'll encounter gate-keeper types.
4chan was created for the discussion of anime and posting of loli porn after moot got kicked out of something awful.
4chan is now owned by a japanese man.
You're a complete retard.
Yeah I'm hype
Nice. I preferred Asia to Europe, partly because it was more of a new experience to me, but it's also easier to just take it slow in rural areas. Food and lodging is also really cheap(outside Japan).
Other than sometimes being charged more than locals for food or travel tickets, not really. But the prices were still so cheap that I didn't let that bother me, when traveling far away from home you gotta take it easy.
Generally that happens in more rural areas, and even there it can be avoided if you buy stuff through official channels and don't go for whoever is offering you a good train price near the station. Also if you stay in some area for longer and can spare cash, get somebody to show you around. Most younger people know at least bit English, and when you lower your vocabulary enough communication should go fine.