Pretty self-explanatory, no?
Pretty self-explanatory, no?
A new BlazBlue? Yes please. I look forward to seeing how the story continues and what kinds of gameplay improvements they'll be including. Admittedly, I'm a little disappointed that they're adding 3 new characters, and that neither Jubei or Kokonoe is included. Ah, well. Maybe someday. I do like the looks of Azrael, but I'm not too crazy about Amane's or Bullet's designs.
Another interesting-looking fantasy RPG. The trial was fun, and I liked the character creation system. Should be good.
This looks really interesting, after seeing the trailer I really want to try it.
I'd like to see the continuation of the XII storyline, see what happens to Basch, Balthier, and company. I decided that I wanted to pick up some more portable games for the DS and GBA, mostly FF titles.
I've always been kind of interested in this one, because I never played Final Fantasy before X. The port to the GBA is certainly on my wishlist now that I know about it.
I checked out the demo off Xbox Live and was thoroughly impressed. Near the top of my list of RPGs I want that seems to keep growing.
I was never very interested in the old Tomb Raiders. I played them a bit, but they never really held my interested. Sluggish controls, annoying combat system, and a general lack of much of any real interest. This reboot, however, seems to be taking the series in the right direction, in my opinion.
This remake looks interesting too. :)
Looking into SF x Tekken, I was a little underwhelmed. It seems to have fallen considerably short of the hype. To be fair, I haven't tried it yet. Regardless, I'm still excited (though perhaps a little less so than I was before) for Namco's version of this historic crossover. How will the fireball-throwing, helicopter spin-kicking, two dimensional antics of Street Fighter translate into Tekken's engine?
Not as interested in this as most of the other remakes, but it would still be cool.
I've heard of Persona 4 and how loved it is by most JRPG players, and have been pretty interested in trying it, but haven't ever gotten around to it. The fighting game fan that I am, I was even more interested when I heard about this translation of the hyped-up JRPG into a 2D fighting game. I haven't looked into it much, and don't know who anyone is, having not played the actual game... But the graphics look very flashy and finely-tuned. I look forward to seeing more of it, and trying it myself, in the future.
I am still interested in trying the original game, of course. Likely before I get the fighting game. It would be a shame to receive spoilers from the fighting game before I played through the RPG.
I was so excited for Overstrike. It looked fantastic from what I'd seen and would have definitely purchased it day one and likely loved it to death. It was the first shooter I've been really excited for in a long time... And then EA killed it, took out the fun, quirky, light-heartedness and turned it into a bland shell of its former self. I'm still interested in the co-op... but it's gone from an exciting day-one purchase to a "wait till its in the $15 and under bin and there's a buy 2 get 1 free special going on" purchase... Dammit, EA. You guys suck.
I love Conviction. I hope Blacklist lives up to its predecessor, and that there is another interesting co-op campaign.
This game's always looked pretty interesting to me.
Though I'm a bit disappointed with how different it all looks, I'll probably eventually play this.
Looks like a pretty fun break from the pace. It seems a little lacking in combat depth, but still seems pretty fun.
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