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#1 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

From incredibly simple nature of those steps, it's definitely clear that save games are formatted exactly the same across all platforms, barring version discrepancies. Which makes sense, but it's kind of hilarious that it boils down to "Open the Flash drive and copy the save file." Sorting through directories on a console game disk and finding the copy protection files or ripping the soundtrack is probably just as familiar a process to many PC users.

#2 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

Guys, this story is everywhere. It's been re-imagined as a "visceral first-person shooter experience."  Based on XCOM's E3 demo, I can't say I have much faith in this one, either. I'm not dropping ANOTHER $60 for a shooter that looks like Deus Ex and plays like too many other games I've played to death.

#3 Edited by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

What I wanted: I nice run-down on the financial gains and market flow analysis resulting from this investment. 
What I got: Same-old marketing bullshit of "Helping developers discover, getting users quality content, blah blah, etc etc." 
Why the fuck do I even read these articles, anyways?

#4 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -


#5 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

The difference between this and Tactics Ogre: LUCT? TO was a quality experience and a worthwhile investment into Square-Enix's published properties. 
Whatever the hell they're doing with this stupid rhythm game is completely beyond anyone outside of those weird-ass SE boardroom meetings.

#6 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

I...what. This sounds retarded. A bunch of bros running around like maniacs bragging about their K/D ratio to anyone who'll listen. Aaaaaaaahhhh.

#7 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

Correction to the title, it's Perfect World. Funny how it's correct in the article.

#8 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

I'm playing Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together on my PSP currently. I'm also planning on getting a few Final Fantasies. What does this mean about my attitude towards the system? I'm simply confirming that most of the games that will be remastered in this series were not meant for PSP, nor do they interest me.

I'm not getting Monster Hunter because that's not what I want in a handheld game. I'm not getting Peace Walker because that's not what I want in a handheld game. I'm not getting God of War because, again, that's not what I nor most people want in a handheld game.

The PSP failed to meet expectations in North America because it was marketed as the console in your know, the one that's in your living room that also plays and looks better in your living room. It's been such a success in Japan because they have a whole slew of Japan-exclusive RPG's and other tailor-made games that simply work on the system.

#9 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

God damn...first Eidos Montreal works Deus Ex: Human Revolution, then the Montreal studio begins working on Thief 4 as they wrap up Deus Ex, and now Square's letting Eidos bring back Legacy of Kain?

I think Square's beginning to realize how much of an asset Eidos is to their bottom line. Deus Ex: HR just might create a bump in their sales figures.

#10 Posted by nERVEcenter (203 posts) -

Man, the buyer's remorse over the launch in this thread is ridiculous. Being on a college budget really forces you to think frugally, I would have waited a looooooong-ass time before adopting myself. But I won't, because I have zero interest in anything the 3DS currently offers or will offer in the future.

The hype was strong with this one.