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1,541. Posted: Tue 3rd Apr 2012 19:36 BST
kkslider5552000 wrote:I'm still too hurt from PSO episode 3 to ever play a game in this series ever.Really? You're going to let a game that came out in 2003, that was based on cards, prevent you from purchasing a sequel to Episodes 1&2? I feel bad for you and your terrible logic.
I'm still too hurt from PSO episode 3 to ever play a game in this series ever.
Really? You're going to let a game that came out in 2003, that was based on cards, prevent you from purchasing a sequel to Episodes 1&2? I feel bad for you and your terrible logic.
That was a joke. (though episode 3 is completely terrible)
And seriously, like certain other games (Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, the Shin Megami Tensei series (of course the best games are on consoles I don't own of course), lots of XBLA titles), I always have way too many games I want to get anyway. I'm kinda thankful for games like Never Dead being dissappointing, since that means one less game to get.
also doesn't help that Sega has a terrible track record for reviving franchises
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1,542. Posted: Tue 3rd Apr 2012 19:47 BST
You don't have to worry about too many good games if you're getting PSO2 For Vita. It's not even coming out until 2013, lol.
And if Sonic Team screws this up (as this isn't really a revival), I will probably go as drastic as to not play video games anymore.
1,543. Posted: Tue 3rd Apr 2012 21:30 BST
And if Sonic Team screws this up (as this isn't really a revival)
I just assumed it was one. It seems like a "we've given up with new ideas, let's go back to that thing people actually like" version of a reboot (aka Megaman 9 syndrome).
Which reminds me, can we have japanese games stop trying to survive solely using nostalgia? I love a good nostalgia bomb once in a while but wow games nowadays. At least in like Super Paper Mario or the new Kid Icarus it's clever but I'm kinda sad even a 3D Mario had to rely on "HEY GUYS MARIO 3 STUFF!111!!"
Edited on Tue 3rd April, 2012 @ 21:33 by kkslider5552000
1,544. Posted: Wed 4th Apr 2012 02:35 BST
Corpse Party intrigues me...
1,545. Posted: Wed 4th Apr 2012 03:35 BST
being published by XSeed shows me that you should probably get it.
1,546. Posted: Wed 4th Apr 2012 03:36 BST
Anything by XSeed is gold.
1,547. Posted: Wed 4th Apr 2012 18:11 BST
Apollo wrote:Corpse Party intrigues me...being published by XSeed shows me that you should probably get it.
I've also heard it's best played in the dark with headphones. I've seriously been looking at purchasing it too.
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1,548. Posted: Thu 5th Apr 2012 02:57 BST
Apollo wrote:Corpse Party intrigues me...being published by XSeed shows me that you should probably get it.I've also heard it's best played in the dark with headphones. I've seriously been looking at purchasing it too.
I'll remember to do that when I eventually buy it. I have some good stuff on my memory stick right now so I might wait for a sale. I think Corpse Party is a matter of when and not if for me.
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Edited on Thu 5th April, 2012 @ 03:00 by Apollo
1,549. Posted: Sun 8th Apr 2012 02:49 BST
... So there are a bunch of top notch PSP games that you can play on your Vita that aren't in the Vita PSN store. Just realizing this now. All the GTA games, you can buy them on the PS3 and transfer them over to the Vita. Not all PSP games are Vita compatible yet but a large quantity are. Another good example is MGS: Peace Walker. Wipeout Pulse is another example.
I think I'm going to go get Liberty City Stories.
I've played through 7 hours of Ys: Seven. It frick'in rocks. LOL, there is no other way to put it. This is one of the most entertaining games I've played in a long time. It's sort of like old school Zelda, meets old school beat'em ups (like DD & Streets of Rage), meets modern graphics and controls. And all that is wrapped around many standard RPG elements. I love it. Conventional review grading has missed on this one, it's better than "8".
Edited on Sun 8th April, 2012 @ 02:52 by Apollo
1,550. Posted: Sun 8th Apr 2012 20:29 BST
@Apollo Glad you're enjoying it. A few of us here were ranting and raving to get people to realize the brilliance in Ys Seven. It's an absolutely spectacular game! I adore the Monster Hunter-esque boss fights.
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1,551. Posted: Fri 13th Apr 2012 02:41 BST
Been fooling around with GTA: Liberty City Stories. Great game and it looks better on the Vita than the PSP. I hope they release a GTA IV: Liberty City Stories. That would be excellent. Another way to go would be do a GTA: San Andreas Stories, but with a graphical update. I don't know if you guys remember San Andreas but that map was gigantic.
1,552. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 03:41 BST
RESISTANCEhttp://www.ign.com/videos/2012/04/20/resistance-burning-skies...Are you bleepin' kidding me? This looks amazing!
Edited on Tue 24th April, 2012 @ 03:43 by Apollo
1,553. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 03:49 BST
Anyone play any of the Armored Core games on the PSP? I'm thinking about downloading one of them to play on my Vita and I'm not sure which is the best entry to the series. These are the three I'm considering:Armored Core: Last Raven PortableArmored Core: Silent Line PortableArmored Core 3 Portable
I prefer the Last Raven, but most fans'll tell ya that Armored Core 3 is the one to go with. Plus, in the Portable versions, you get to take your mechs with you from 3 up, so I'd start with that anyways.
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1,554. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 04:06 BST
1) It's free2) It's shaping up very well from all the gameplay videos I've seen. I really don't see how they could mess this up.
1,555. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 04:23 BST
@Apollo Yeah, Resistance does look like the best reason to own a Vita currently. It alone doesn't sell the Vita to me though, but in a couple years when the price hopefully goes down a bit and there are more Vita games I want, It's definitely one of the ones I'll pick up first. y'now, unless it already has a sequel by that time
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1,556. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 13:03 BST
Amazon's preorder bonus for Resistance includes a Multiplayer Booster (auto-starts you at level 5 in multiplayer), 3 avatars, and a special Vita lock screen. Pretty humbug if you ask me.
1,557. Posted: Wed 25th Apr 2012 01:16 BST
I wonder if Multplayer will get the full console treatment, being a ranking board and basic supported stats? Regardless of that, this shooter looks tight and everyone who's played it has said overall positive things. The graphics look so great. I hope there are no frame rate issues. I think the touch screen options is something that will become second nature. There was a time when people felt four triggers was overwhelming. It's called learning to adapt.
1,558. Posted: Sun 29th Apr 2012 04:09 BST
Question does anyone care about uncharted ir killzone vita.
I mean wouldn't the vita be the perfect system to make new Jak and rachent games.
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1,559. Posted: Sun 29th Apr 2012 04:37 BST
They shouldn't as the idea of the Vita version being as good as the universally adored Uncharted games is absurd and Killzone is a joke.
At least I've heard more hype than I expected for Gravity Rush (it hasn't fallen completely into insta-obscurity thanks to not being a sequel or a blatant cash-in on other popular series). Hope that does really well.
Edited on Sun 29th April, 2012 @ 04:38 by kkslider5552000
1,560. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 05:17 BST
It's not confirmed but you know one is on the way. Its one of their biggest portable cash cows.