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#1 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

@jeust No, I'm absolutely gonna buy it. I think these kinda games are hilarious! :D

#2 Edited by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

It's a play on "What if Zelda was a girl" threads I've seen pop up elsewhere. It's pretty dumb, I know :)

@crithon: I don't know if they've actually shown off Doronjo yet in her "J-suit". It seems to be just the regular schoolgirl versions. Her two henchmen are a shy girl and a robot though. They rebooted Yatterman back in 2008 and toned down on the ecchi (since it is a kid's show) but it's pretty fun!

There is also a live action movie!

#3 Edited by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

I don't know what it is about the Vita that attracts these games, but first we had Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus, then we had Bullet Girls and now we have another game with clothes-tearing mechanics!

In this hot upcoming game Bokosuka Girls: Tatsunoko Gakuen Climax, a bunch of characters from the Tatsunoko branch a re-imagined as sexy school girls and they fight each other in what seems like a musou game...

There's not really much explained about the actual gameplay over in this Dengeki article that I've run through google translate, but it does describe characters fighting, leveling up and something about J-suits, which I guess is what they wear to get the powers of the various Tatsunoko characters?

There's a bunch of screenshots and character art as well, but it's watermarked so I didn't want to upload it here on Giant Bomb, but here's a trailer for the game! Stay tuned for more info!

#4 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

This isn't the first time I've seen people very excited for a PC port and I've been starting to wonder... Does people only have PC these days? What systems do you have?

#5 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

I think the reason why this exclusivity reveal is so weird is because the game was announced months ago as a sequel to a multiplat game and now it's suddenly exclusive.

Part of me is very sceptical about this announcement. For a while I had to double-check to figure out if it was "timed" or not. It seems like it isn't, but that couldn't stop them from making a GOTY edition for multiple platforms at some point, I suppose.

#6 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

I'm going to pull a Ryckert here and state my opinion as a fact: Hyrule Warriors is going to be the greatest Zelda game ever made, because Dynasty Warriors is the best franchise


#7 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

Well, I've sorta been collecting all of them, so why stop now? I'll be getting both.

I was actually pleasantly surprised by Black Flag after being bummed out by AC 3, so hopefully the new ones will be just as fun.

#8 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

@gaff: He probably hadn't had a haircut / didn't know what a haircut was until he was 28 :D

#9 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

For me, Hardline was higher on my list than Dragon Age, for the fact that Visceral was working on it. There's a trend of FPS games with interesting campaigns at the moment and I'm curious to see what Visceral can do.

As for Dragon Age, I didn't enjoy the previous ones very much and so far it seems like EA has spend more time talking about who you can fuck, rather than the stuff they can do in battle.

For as much as I like video games (and songs) about fuckin', I'd be more interested to see if they are legitimalnly sincere about making a good fantasy RPG, rather than another fundraiser for the next Mass Effect game.

#10 Posted by DarkbeatDK (1288 posts) -

I think it's a waste of money to use visually prolific actors (from, like, movies and such) when there are so many amazing voice actors.

I think my favorite robot companion voice is still the one delivered by Stephen Merchant in Portal 2.

Also, I've been watching a lot of Bob's Burgers and Archer recently and really, really think they should use H Jon Benjamin in there.