obcdexter's forum posts

#1 Posted by obcdexter (622 posts) -

A lot of people need to remove this from their heads.

Nah, it covers up a bald spot. Gonna keep it on, thanks.

#2 Posted by obcdexter (622 posts) -

I just thought to myself. There will be episodes of this consisting entirely of cutscenes! O_o

#3 Edited by obcdexter (622 posts) -

My personal list looks like this ...

1. Snake Eater
2. Peace Walker
3. MGS1
4. MGS4
5. MGS2

Needless to say I am very excited about another entry in the "Big Boss"-saga, and if GZ is any indication (which it probably is) how TPP will end up "feeling", I am
confident it could top at least Peace Walker.

#4 Edited by obcdexter (622 posts) -

Radiata Stories - a pretty, neat little JRPG with recruiting mechanics akin to the Suikoden series, with many memorable, genuinely likable characters

Steambot Chronicles - another rather light-hearted JRPG in which you control a "Trotmobile" (basically a mecha) for the most part; there's also a rhythm game aspect to it as the main character is traveling the world with his band

I liked both of those a whole lot back in the day.

#5 Edited by obcdexter (622 posts) -

Sympathy for Mister Mario Party
Sympathy for Lady Mario Party

A Better Mario Party
A Better Mario Party II
A Better Mario Party III: Love and Death In Saigon

Mario Party 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone
Mario Party 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance
Mario Party 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo

Mario Party: The Golden Age Arc - The Egg of the Birdo
Mario Party: The Golden Age Arc 2 - The Battle for Yoshi's Island
Mario Party: The Golden Age Arc 3 - Decent, maybe

The Mario and the Party
2 Mario, 2 Party
The Mario and the Party: Tokyo Drift
Mario & Party
Mario Five
Mario & Party 6
Mario & Party 7

#6 Posted by obcdexter (622 posts) -

@dusker said:

Maybe someone's already said this, but who the fuck cares about del Toro? Whether or not a movie he's involved in is good is a crap shoot. Pan's Labyrinth? Great. Orphanage? Kinda shit. Hellboy? OK. Mama? Pretty garbage. Don't be Afraid of the Dark?!?!? It's not like the guy *can't* make a good film, he clearly has the chops, but he's often involved in pretty lacklustre affairs. And, honestly, video games are just a completely different medium.

And let's not forget that people have kind of stopped giving a shit about Silent Hill. Shattered Memories was a legitimately great game, and it sold less than half a million copies (and only broke even because of the PS2 port), on a system, the Wii, that had a *huge* install base. Given that, what's the market these days for a great Silent Hill game?

Del Toro might not always produce greatness, but he sure as hell is at the top of his game whenever creature design is concerned. THAT's where I hope his expertise will come to fruition on this the most.
And about the series in particular: Yes, you are spot on about it having drifted kind of into obscurity since it's glory days. But that's precisely why it is such a good thing that big names like Kojima, Del Toro and even Reedus are now involved with its "reboot" or whatever this will end up being. A huge chance for the franchise to be revitalized.

#7 Posted by obcdexter (622 posts) -

I'm pretty sure Kojima himself won't end up being involved in this game's writing or art direction at all. It'll be his studio's engine and a bunch of his employees working on the project. No MGS-silliness. I'm willing to bet on that.

#8 Posted by obcdexter (622 posts) -

Since this is coming out within the next six months it looks like I'll be getting a PS4 sooner than anticipated.

Me too!

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#10 Posted by obcdexter (622 posts) -

Eternal Sonata indeed...