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#1 Posted by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

@wolfgame said:

This game looks just stupid enough to be fun, provided it is compatible with the upcoming playstation TV I may have to check it out. XSeed games aren't for everyone, but they do have a certain charm.

just checked and the PS TV also releases on October 14th, I have to imagine this game will work with it if they wanted to make sure it was in stores on that same day.

Oh man, I forgot about the PS TV. Hmmm that almost sounds tempting to get that to play on the big screen.

#2 Posted by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

So cancelled my Hulkamania Edition pre-order. Think I'm just going to skip 2K15. Already buying Senran Kagura, Hatsune Miku and Dragon Age. Would rather not spend a ton of money on games anymore and man does paying $100 for that game sound like a bad deal. I'll pick it up after all the DLC comes out in 6 months.

#3 Edited by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

So earlier this year XSeed announced that they were bringing both Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus an action beat em' up game and Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit a Cooking rhythm game (no really watch the E3 trailer) to the west. Well it now has a date and a release trailer! October 14th for North America and October 15th for Europe. It will be sold digitally on PSN as well as a limited run of a physical version of the game with an art book and soundtrack. $39.99 digital $49.99 for physical with the goodies. Bon Appetit will be released later this fall exclusively as a digital game. Nothing is known yet about a release date.

Personally, I think the game looks like a good silly time. I could use a beat em' up game on my vita and this looks to fit the bill. I have my physical version pre-ordered and waiting!

#4 Posted by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

@dagas: It depends. There might not be super crazy mods for it but I bet someone will make some fun stuff.

#5 Edited by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

@humanity: Agreed. People really are ready at the drop of a hat to yell sexism. Its annoying and frankly I'm glad Kojima isn't compromising.

#6 Posted by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

It might be because I played like goddamn 250 hours of Dark Souls II earlier this year but man am I burnt out on Souls games. They have reached a level with me where they just seem very passé.

#7 Posted by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

This is one of those games where I feel like I should be excited yet so far I give zero shits. maybe its because DarkSouls 2 is still fairly fresh in my mind.

#8 Edited by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

I thought it was pretty much confirmed that Quiet's camoflauge ability is directly tied into being more effective the more exposed skin she has. I'll probably not watch any of this stuff cause I've already seen a ton about the game. I don't need convincing that I'll like this game.

#9 Edited by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

Final Fantasy XIII is my favorite of the series. I think all the hate surrounding this trilogy is insanely stupid and laugh at people who say they "ruined" the series. I shall do my part and buy these games on PC. Pretty interested at the potential for mods!

#10 Posted by Demoskinos (14835 posts) -

@hailinel said:

@vextroid said:

@hailinel: fair point. But since I have your attention, the only reason I own XIII/XIII2 is because I like the look of Lightning Returns and want to play that. I have the Vinny complex of playing the previous games before hand. So is it worth jumping into XIII/2 before LR or does the game explain enough to catch up new players so you know why you are doing what you need to do in LR?

Lightning Returns assumes you're familiar with the events and characters of the first two games. Play them first before you jump in, but be aware Lightning Returns plays very differently from either of them.

You COULD play Lightning Returns and you'd get something out of it but yeah like Hailinell says the third game is basically a huge pay off for anyone who has been with the trilogy since the beginning. The cameos and references to past events won't have nearly as much impact even if the story of Lightning saving the world is enough of its own arc in Lightning Returns that you could at least follow that. I would highly recommend playing the previous games.