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Tue 25th February, 2014

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SamirMalik commented on Video: Watch Acclaimed Manga Artist Kozaki Yu...:

@Chaoz I got into the Fire Emblem franchise before Awakening and even I believe that the art here looks better than the older ones. the characters are vibrant and colorful and varied. the art is clean and smooth unlike games prior. Hell, Marth looks better than ever in this game than his previous incarnations.'re misusing the term for a weeaboo...don't be a jerk



SamirMalik commented on Square Enix Shuts Down Dragon Quest VII Fan Tr...:

@manu0 once the work is done they distributed it for free which is where the issue lies in. plus the company's localization team would want to change some things around in order to more genuinely convey the characters and world to the Western audience.

anyways the last time they did this to the type 0 fan translation team type 0 got released. you cannot hide its Square. We know eeeeeeveeeerrythiiiiiing



SamirMalik commented on Fresh Details Emerge For Shin Megami Tensei X ...:

@PlywoodStick Personas don't have a will of their own though... When you see Chrom, that is going to be Chrom. You also don't fuse yourself with your Persona. That only happens in DDS.
Also, Music is only one of the arts to be explored. (And really, what is the issue with pop? It's one thing everyone listens to.) Another Performa is going to be based on the talant of acting.



SamirMalik commented on Atlus USA is Localising Stella Glow on Nintend...:

@Kaze_Memaryu There is hope. this is Sega's IP. this wouldn't be the first time does he have localized something for Atlus, a company they own btw. persona arena has been localized for us by Sega. we are also getting a manga crossover fighting game call the fighting climax which is also from Sega.



SamirMalik commented on Swedish Newspaper Questions The European Relea...:

" has stated that she has issues with developers making "entertainment" of objectification, "especially when there are no obvious elements of parody, satire or deeper message." She also said that Nintendo "has a responsibility" to prevent games of this type reaching market, and that everyone involved - developers, publishers, hardware makers and the gamers who buy the end product - is guilty of having a very "stale" view of women"

1. Isn't this game already a parody of sorts? I'm telling the truth right now when I say the franchise is basically a comedy that parodies the typical Naruto style ninja. Plus, there is going to be a male character as well who is also gonna be as ridiculously exaggerated as the girls being Ikaruga's brother... though he fights like an idiot.
2. Nintendo has no say in what can be released on their systems if they've already handed out a license. Plus, after Bayonetta and arguably Xenoblade and some Fire Emblem DLC, it's not like that they would anyways.
3. I didn't buy the game for the girls. (Though the personalities of them are quite entertaining) I bought it for the gameplay. It was a decent game overall and has my attention as a NINTENDO franchise. Not getting the PS games due to limitations. So am I really guilty? Especially whem my favorite character in the game more resembles Akuma from StreetFighter rather than a DoA girl? (She's more about muscle than looks)



SamirMalik commented on Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson Confirmed For Eu...:

@LUIGITORNADO Dude, there's always gonna be games like this. On the plus side, Japan has a balance when it comes to games like these.

@Kirby_Fan_DL3 there really isn't any actual nudity in the first game and rarely has any sexual scenes. The PS games on the other hand...

@Quorthon Actually, the creator wanted to see boobs in 3D since the 3DS was announced. At the same time he loves action games. So he did just that and presented it all as a action/comedy game. Just don't get the ones on PS. Those go too far and aren't made by the same guy.



SamirMalik commented on Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson Confirmed For Eu...:

@Samurairu They published Bayonetta. Remember? Nintendo will not use this as an excuse. when something is available to literally everybody then they will take it down. but it already has a lock of sorts on it, being the rating systems for example, then they will not care because it is already restricted.



SamirMalik commented on Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson Confirmed For Eu...:

@Quorthon No. But the clothing is. Well, it might not matter what you wear but if you take too much damage then you will take even more damage after that because you're cloths were ripped to bits. It's kind of a armor system in place. And the 2nd game here is going to have you control 2 characters at once, sort of. Thankfully, they limit themselves to beach territory.



SamirMalik commented on Feature: A Summary of the Xenoblade Chronicles...:

@SuperMikey Actually, in Xenoblade, which side of the opponent you stand will determine how strong an attack will be. Why do you think Shulk says BackSlash in Smash? Because it is intended to be used from behind to do more damage than from the front.

Also, if you played World of Warcraft then you can loosely get an idea about how this game plays. Yes, Monster Hunter and this are like offline MMOs but Xenoblade takes things to traditional means unlike Monster Hunter.