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#1 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -

As long as Patrick Klementia isn't involve, I will be happy.

#2 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -

Can you name me a non-Capcom fighting game were a tier list doesn't matter?

#3 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -
@NTM said:

@The_LMFAO_Guy said:

@NTM said:

If it's truly as good as a console game experience, then I see no problem.

Capcom has a history of lying to their consumers. Just saying.

@OllyOxenFree said:
Keep the console experiences on the consoles.

Regardless of what they say or not, it applies to any game. In the end, it's not whether I'm going to buy it or not, I'll probably see a review of it beforehand anyways. My point is, to reply to the OP's original comment, is that if the game really is as good as a console game experience, like as if this games quality and quantity were to be just as good as RE4 or five, then I have no problem with it and I'd probably buy it at full price.

Then get ready for a majority of newer 3DS games' prices to be increased to a higher price point if this game were to become successful at launch. These types of situation don't get better, they get worse when successful. Great success comes with great arrogance.
#4 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -

I don't want the console games business to be digital only. I still rent games at a Blockbuster, it's pretty close by from where I live. Those one minute demos don't do it for me, and main stream game reviews is kind of a joke. One problem is they would change their opinion about a game like a month after release even if they said that the game is amazing when it first came out. Like LA Noire for example: The Giantbomb staff went gaga for that game, and then several months later they all like, "that game not that great."   
 
There have been games that I rented and bought later on. For example: Red Dead Redemption, I rented it around the time it came out, and then bought GOTY edition, brand new BTW out of respect for Rockstar.

#5 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -
@NTM said:

If it's truly as good as a console game experience, then I see no problem.

Capcom has a history of lying to their consumers. Just saying.
 
@OllyOxenFree said:
Keep the console experiences on the consoles.
#6 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -
Mutation Nation is an fine beat em' up. I might get this if the price is reasonably one of these days.
#7 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -
I like the Deadly Premonition the best because it was a more intriguing game than Persona 4. 
 
@ShadowConqueror said:
Persona 4 was great, Deadly Premonition had a great personality, and I had no interest in watching Chrono Trigger (partly because I'm not a fan of Patrick). I look forward to seeing what game they choose next.
Same here. Patrick Klementia ruined that ER for me. Trying to watch that is like trying to masturbate to pornography while trying to ignore a horrible ruckus outside your window (Davis is the porn). 
#8 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -
@ShadowConqueror said:

It's still terrible.


#9 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -

Then Sony and Nintendo have an edge over Microsoft if this is true. To be honest, I never really cared for Microsoft's console anyways, I only bought a used Xbox just to play Jet Set Radio Future. 
 
Though I feel bad for those that are considering buying the next Xbox because they like Microsoft's gaming franchises. This also could affect me if Sony decides to go for this. I'd imagined Xbox fanboys will be defending this shit because fanboyism equals easily manipulative and stupidity.

#10 Posted by The_LMFAO_Guy (192 posts) -

Oh god no................. Never associate Patt Sessler with someone popular.