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cookiex

Treehouse is livestreaming more footage of this right now.

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Faruko

looks the same to me, which is damn impressive ! cant wait for this game, XChronicles for Wii was one of the best RPGs ever

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Nintendo needs to sell those. I'd make my wife wear it!

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OmegaMetroid93

Speaking of those... They look exactly like the Monado. What's up with that??
Is it just a little easter egg? Or will it be something way more significant?

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Ryno

OmegaMetroid93 wrote:

Speaking of those... They look exactly like the Monado. What's up with that??
Is it just a little easter egg? Or will it be something way more significant?

My guess is it's an easter egg. Blade in this games stands for "Beyond the Logos Artificial Destiny Emancipator." I'm guessing no Monado this time.

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Ryno wrote:

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I hate those eyes. She looks like she has no soul.

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hahahaha awesome

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Needs more playable aliens, but whatever. It's still going to be epic.

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RR529

Just finished watching the Treehouse video, and this looks absolutely amazing.

I LOVE it when sci-fi stories connect back to the "real world", and when the game started with the alien war actually above Earth, it had me gripped, and when our ships were trying to escape, it just brought a huge smile to my face when I saw the bold "United States" on the side of the ship (Oh, and Neo Los Angeles. Awesome!).

It's details like that, that always get me intrigued, and I can't wait to see how this plays out.

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I can see how some are saying this game looks like it took a step back graphically. I've only seen the Digital Presentation trailer and I thought it also looked more bland now. What they showed looked good but more generic then before. Still though this has me excited for a bunch more reasons then visuals anyways. Don't get me wrong it looks great but it has so much more going on for it.

I loved the first game but never finished it. The length and fact that I never seem to finish games lately got in the way. I thought the world in the looked absolutely amazing and on the Wii at that. The enemies also looked stunning. The story from where I got to was also very good. What took a back seat for me though was the combat system. Once you got to the topple mechanics it just seemed like you just continually did the same thing over and over and over. I hardly ever felt the need to use that new move I just learned because of this system. My only complaint from the first game but it does make up a big part of the whole game. I really hope the combat system is more balanced this go around as more and more rpgs now a day really make you think with certain enemies.

Anyways looking forward to this either way as I know the quality it will have!

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Pahvi

Sigh... I've just started playing Xenoblade Chronicles - the Wii game - and am just leaving for Colony 6, and I would've loved for XBX to have British voice acting as well. Alas, I doubt that is to be, with the ship being from the US.

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Pahvi wrote:

Sigh... I've just started playing Xenoblade Chronicles - the Wii game - and am just leaving for Colony 6, and I would've loved for XBX to have British voice acting as well. Alas, I doubt that is to be, with the ship being from the US.

With Benedict Cumberbatch voice as the ship captain? Day 1 buy fosho.

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R_Champ

Pahvi wrote:

Sigh... I've just started playing Xenoblade Chronicles - the Wii game - and am just leaving for Colony 6, and I would've loved for XBX to have British voice acting as well. Alas, I doubt that is to be, with the ship being from the US.

I was also liking the idea of British voice actors for X, but with the ship being from the US, that would be ridiculous and unrealistic. I just hope they don't dip into the typical-anime-voices pool. Don't get me wrong, I like most of those voice actors...but they are in EVERYTHING. One of the reasons I loved the British voice actors in the first one is because I'd never heard them before and it made me feel they were that character--not Vash the Stampede or Ledouche of the Rebellion, or that guy who got killed off early in that low-budget sci-fi channel zombie flick.

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kkslider5552000

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I was also liking the idea of British voice actors for X, but with the ship being from the US, that would be ridiculous and unrealistic.

Meh, I'll just pretend the UK got destroyed at some point. Lots of immigration.

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The main problem with American voice acting is that it's a job that most American consumers don't really care about. There's hardly a such thing as a voice acting "celebrity" in America. Nolan North is as close there is and 99% of you wouldn't recognize him if you saw him on the street. As a result, it's not really an industry that attracts a lot of passion or talent. Most developers, especially those who specialize in localizing JRPGs, scrape up the bare minimum required and hire some people to read some scripts.

I mean, Xenoblade Chronicles had half-assed voice acting and it still turned out better than any non-blockbuster game American dubbing.

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I'm pretty sure Kid Icarus Uprising is the only Nintendo game where the NA voice actors were given any direction even.

I really hate when people don't put enough effort into voice acting. Like those Tales of games that actively take voice acting out of optional scenes because they couldn't pay the voice actors enough (because lord knows voice actors make a killing (roll eyes)). I mean I'll give some credit to Xenoblade where at least only the heart-to-heart stuff and some quest things didn't have the main characters actually speak. God forbid you see Ni No Kuni where half of the game is 10 seconds of voice acting in the middle of 5 minutes of dialogue.

That might be one of the reasons people have gotten more into Western games. Like the effort put into stuff like Mass Effect is super appreciated in this regard where every character has an actual voice instead of inconsistent bs (this is a big pet peeve of mine).

It's why I don't want voice acting in Zelda unless its top-notch and given to everyone.

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OmegaMetroid93

I also would've liked british voice acting in the game. But hey, as long as they get good voice actors for the game, I don't care.
I have definitely heard good american voice actors before. Or maybe my standards just aren't that high.

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