That’s not the official Persona 5 logo, is it?
It looks like a logo for motor oil, that you’d see plastered over a Nascar… car.
He’s a seal with a
Ahh, cool cool. If by the end of the game, I’m not sick of it, I might replay to see the other side. But glad it’s nothing major. Thanks!
But Bulbasaur is incredible! I’d say he’s the best starter, although I’m partial towards Squirtle because he’s cuter.
Don’t care for Charizard or his evolutions. Charmeleon is okay, but to hell with Charizard.
I ain’t mad. I’m sure I’ve done that to you plenty of times.
Jacques on you, Sabre is Canadian.
You haven’t heard of Dairy Queen Musou, Cobie?
Quick question. I just got past the prologue. It asks you to make a decision. Does the game play differently depending on which route you take? Like, do the levels or story take different paths, or is it more along the lines of, you’ll see this character and not that one?
Anyway, I’m enjoying it. Hasn’t reached GOTY levels yet since I mean, I just saw the opening credits, but it plays really well, even with a 360 controller (I don’t like mouse/keyboard for shooters :p)
I would say Musou was the most boring series you could cross DQ with. Especially since it’s been so overdone lately.
But we’re one step closer to Sabre’s wish of DQ returning to Sony consoles.
I’m with you on the Dragon Quest Heroes announcement, however, I really want that silver slime PS4. :o
I almost lumped VI in there as well, but it also had a pretty medieval setting so that one goes either way.
Whose fault is that, Woady? Whose fault is that?
Illusion of Gaia. What’s the illusion??
Well, Final Fantasy VII and VIII already started bringing science fiction elements to the series. The XIII series is similarly rooted in sci-fi, so you can’t take the name literally. Unless you expected the series to end after the first game.
This was a time when Final Fantasies didn’t have sequels, so it was every bit as FF as any title.
The storytelling, with the emphasis on Gaia, and collecting 8 spirits to save the planet was similar to older Final Fantasies where you had to collect 4 crystals to save the world. It even had an old dude named Cid in it! So there might not have been mages and chocobos, but storytelling wise, it was a much better example of Final Fantasy than Advent Children, which was just made to appease the FFVII crowd who wanted to see Sephiroth and Cloud fight again.
I fired shots at Advent Children though, so.. shots fired.
That’s the thing, that’s all Advent Children was. Flashy Kingdom Hearts-like battle scenes with boring, angsty scenes to tie them together. It felt like knee jerk reaction to the backlash Spirits Within got. “Okay, let’s make a fan-wankery CG film, based off fan favorite FFVII, make sure we have flashy battles with magic and easter eggs.”
It was terrible. Spirits Within is definitely the superior FF film.
Everyone knows that Watch_Dogs didn’t meet the target videos. Not news to anyone.
Advent Children, on the other hand, was garbage.
Looks like what Watch_Dogs was supposed to be.
I thought it felt more Final Fantasy than FFX, personally. :p
It looked like Aliens, but the story telling was really, really, PS-era Final Fantasy.
Gooch had to leave because he passion funded Spirits Within, it bombed, and the rest of the company scapegoated him, ignoring the fact that they spent half a decade developing Final Fantasy XII (which in all fairness, is best Final Fantasy).
Scruffy cosplay is best. Just wish it was an old dude so it’d be even more accurate.
Yep, saw that this morning, already tweeted SE my desire for it.