Well, think of it that way, the American money is slowly flowing to Japan.
Another book sold! Made up the price for the copy of Tales of Xillia I bought just now right away on the same day.
If that scenario becomes reality, there isn’t any point in physical copies anymore.
JAST USA. The Kotaku review is non spoiler. Well, a little bit, but shouldn’t stop you from enjoying it, if it’s your thing.
You know, you don’t have to get it at launch. I think it’s usually a lot safer to observe for 2-4 years. Plus there are still tons of games I have yet to play on the PS3. Heck, I still need to step my PS1 games up.
CoD time exclusive DLCs! We are giving you the opportunity to STFU and give us your money earlier than those Sony scum, Wuu dumbass and PC bastards! Isn’t that great?
It just got announced, so we don’t know.
Well, at least the review is not bad, in Richard standard at least.
Though I agree, Lovecraft would be proud.
Urobuchi Gen, remember that name, he is the writer.
It was fucked up, but beautiful and romantic in the same time. But fucked up in the same time.
I just got an email asking me if he buys my book, will I ship it tomorrow morning. Weird request indeed, unless he meant the delivery date.
The pic, or the show?
Also, go play it, or you will regret for the rest of your life.
Well Eliza is not a tsundere.
So in the Japanese version of Deus Ex, Jensen is Azrael, Pritchard is Relius, Eliza is Shana and Sarif is Char Aznable. Interesting.
That’s the number of people interested in it in PD here.
Well that game was receive rather poorly compare to other Tales games, so it’s reasonable to have it in such low price, especially when the second game, which has a totally awesome story compare to the first one is already out.
I meant $3.
The usual $4.
Nah it’s from a rather reliable retailer with really high ratings. In fact, I just bought it…
Tales of Xillia used in good condition for $40 on Amazon.
But other than that it feels great, especially the atmosphere and explorations.
Looks like campus cafeteria to me.
Everytime I see a Japanese developers said something like wanting to catch up with the west, what I read is “Activision is the best example and we need to follow their footstep”.
As well as punching a hole on your wallet.
I don’t think it’s the aiming, it’s enemies keep moving left and right. But other than that, I don’t see what’s wrong with it.
And Umihara Kawase.