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I have a mutli-day task for work where it won't be practical to take my laptop with me so I'll be back sometime Thursday to read the next 'chapter' in our 'book'. I would also suggest that FFVII is going for a different objective here than Castle of Illusion (or any platformer I guess) entirely: It sets out to create a believe world, fantastical sure, but not that personal level of the characters and their interactions and their good old feelz. Sony also failed to provide an adquate service, in my view, even to this day - at least compared to Xbox Live. We did experiment with a top-down perspective at the start of development. Personally, from what I have played so far I'm hopeful that they will retain the same degree of faithfulness to the original story, although there are quite a few things that originally were given away much later in the original that were given away in Cloud's vision in the remake. in moments were you might have need it most. The D.Bison is capable of utilizing a special 21-gun mount (yes, that's 21 separate barrels that can be group fired, sequentially fired, and even have a small amount of independent aim capability for better area saturation, though they are an indirect fire mounting when used, which is really the best role for a D.Bison anyhow) that mounts primarily on the 'hump' around the shoulders and upper back, and why the hell they had direct fire 'rifles' as a primary weapon for a D.Bison when that would massively reduce its effective fire power, not to mention the shape and design of the Zoid makes it nearly impossible for it to even remotely realistically utilize them against near targets instead just further proves my point that despite the title and setting it isn't a Zoids game. There's a reason why I still love Fire Emblem but not Shining Force anymore and one not staying true to their root is the reason, same thing applies to why I still love Dragon Quest games but is mix on Final Fantasy cause that series is just so mess up with its gameplay it's crazy. Also, lets exclude the games that got simultaneous multi-platform releases, such as FFXIII, Resonance of Fate, Dragon's Dogma, Front Mission Evolved (a 3rd person shooter successor to an SRPG Legacy), and Persona 4 Arena (Ultimax). They were also pretty challenging games honestly. I can understand loving the music of LO, Nobuo Uematsu is one of the best video game composers to date. That is something to think on. Although the third boss is able to pull out a move that has an 'attack zone' that covers the entire battlefield. It's like going from (1080p) to 480p, just much, much worse. Did the controls feel like they tried to mash three different concept directions together without any rhyme or reason why some aspects were included and others were excluded, or did the controls have a smooth, well-designed feel that felt like a lot of someones spent hundred of hours finding the best way to blend everything together? It's also one of the best looking ones of the era, with oh so many particle effects in combat even back then. Not an amazing game, but still something of stand out title for the PS3, among all those Ateliers, Neptunias and Fairy Fencers with their pretty anime teenagers swinging around swords. Seeds, and equipment from the 'new' Rainbow Item Seeds (a re-named version of the originals equipment seeds), to a base algorithm system that is effectively pre-set, and prevents save scumming from changing the results. I can't get more than a couple of hours in before I'm absolutely sick of the game. I would not recommend a 4K TV to anyone btw, on the merit of 4K. Might be because it was my first, played it on the Gamecube (also did some grinding there ^^), and having that on an HD system was and still is cool. I'm talking like the scene transitions, the small animations that you get for everything (like opening a menu even), the fact that many basic actions are mapped to buttons, keeping menu interactons to a minimum, the dynamic camera, the proper combat animations for just everything and all that. They already did it for resident evil 3 and final fantasy 7 remakes. I watched a couple of reviews and gameplay moments, but it all just feels weirdly throwing together to me, without much rhyme or reason, plus unncessarily convoluted starting with the very names of different entries. Heck, imagine taking the original Kingdom Hearts, but use the game engine from FFVIIR for EVERYTHING. "We wanted to give the player more freedom and made drastic changes to the overall direction". I requires some grinding at certain points, though it does require a massive amount of grinding near the end after the final boss is finally revealed, but then again most of the monsters in the world get a massive power boost, so it doesn't feel that much like grinding for the sake of grinding but rather struggling to become strong enough again to resume the journey. Might be that Golden leans more heavily into upbeat characters and stuff, I do have the original P4 as a PS3 classic but never felt the need to play it, since everyone and their mom agreed that "Golden" was the definitive version and the best reason to own a Vita (argueably that is Muramasa Rebirth the most beautiful game ever created - argueably ^^). It works pretty well on Vita though. Like 4K was not something, no one saw coming, esp. Original story: PlayStation 4 reserves 3.5GB of its 8GB GDDR5 memory for the operating system, leaving 4.5GB of space for game code, according to current PlayStation 4 documentation shown to Digital Foundry by a well-placed development source. Whether the Dreamcase came to soon, or the Saturn was retired to early is kinda the same thing, is it not? Even PS3 only "plays" them, even if it could easily render them a much higher internal resolution and apply all kind of post-processing filtering to make it look sharper on a modern TV. What they did for FFXIII was absolutely unprecented. We have no comment to make on the amount of memory reserved by the system or what it is used for. I thought that game was pretty cool, in terms of setting, combat and just it's aesthetic. Worth getting into 14 for those scenarios? Also Barret ... a bit over the top for sure, but a couple of hours in, I did not longer care, because I had become a believer. Having an optional cutscene skip button is the best solution for me in this case. FFVIIR really has a stromg romantic rom-com going, one I finally care about, and just on that level some liberties they might take, might offer a big emotional pay off for me, even if the actual "plot" plays out much the same. On that note, thinking backt to FFX, I'm not postive here, as it's been a very long time, but I vaguely remember the game having a pretty decent camera, that dynamically framed the characters movement and actions. Do NOT play it starting with the PS4 one. It also has a story that if you give it half a chance will suck you in and not let go from fairly early on as well. I'd be a bit mixed about a Legend of Mana remake in a similar vein, but that's mostly because Legend of Mana has managed to age well, so a direct port could do nearly as well as a remake, especially if they update it to support HD resolutions, for the 'better graphics is a necessity' people (personally, I'm fine with 32-bit sprite based graphics with pre-rendered backgrounds). BUT, that "despite" is crucial, because if you have some kawaii-characters telling a tale that could have also with fit well with GoT-like aesthetic, all other elements have to be on point. The game is not hard, it's just hard if you don't fully grasp it's mechanics, and those mechanics are only partially explained or hinted at. I played on PS4 pro, and aside from the texture loading issue/pop-in I had zero technical issues. I can say that they have done some interesting streamlining of the game systems. @Ralek85 Hmmm.......there are people who are upset with the additional story bits in FFVIIR? According to interviews I read, the struggle about the direction of FF came to ahead as early as FFX-2 and had been going on probaly since 8 or 9 where some in Square felt a sequel to VII had been called for much more pressing. Kingdom Hearts at least manages to pull a decent reason for a short-term massive loss of power, with long passages of not fighting leading to an obvious loss of ability and skill. Since every pixel is stretched beyond recongnition. I'm just saying that they can afford and definitely have some of the best software engineers working for them that literally money can buy. In fact, I would simply say that for all intends and purpose it the best "Ys" game out there, definitely the most polished one, with some really strong world building and unique ideas. I can't say I really felt they did anything that Symphonia had not also delivered on after a fashion. Anyways, I'm excited to try out The Last Remnant when I can find the time. Yeah that's how I feel about the Final Fantasy VII Remake. The could have developed for PS4 when they made Terra Battle. After completing the game, there are six new episodes that were not in the original, one for each of the main characters. It's more viable for games than movies, but in general, it is a loosing proposition. Still, I had already played it to the fullest (I actually started over, when I realized I missed requirement for one of the ultimate weapons on some sidepath rather early on in the game - I have only vague memories here, but I remember being pretty annoyed with the game there for a while), hence I never really played deep in to the PS3 version. Who even reads up on this stuff besides like nerds like us? Doing that was quite tough, and in some scenes, we had to add in a few new lines of dialogue or extend character performances. Hmmmm.......I wonder, is the biggest problem I'm having with FFVIIR not dodging attacks that should be blocked and blocking attacks that should be dodged (I have a serious problem with that at times in games where you can do both, but in FFVIIR it can kill you, at least on normal difficulty and easy is such a snooze fest I refuse to play it) but instead focusing on mostly using one character and trusting the AI too much for basic combat for the others? Mugen Souls, and its sequel, Mugen Souls Z, on the other hand is really in the same boat as Disgaea, not overly serious but still a major title. I was unaware of the Xbox One having any degree or type of backwards compatibility. I do not specifically remember the added content in the PS3 version.... so I cannot speak to that. I only played on PS3, so it can't be. So, we do not have any plans for the moment. Also really help bring up my grades in English class + spending hundreds of hours playing Line Age 2 on US servers, chatting my fingers off -> having to learn to a) type and b) learn the damn language, before moving to voice chat. I have both, and they actually transition to a fully Action-oriented combat system, more akin to what FFXIV or Phantasy Star Universe has than anything else, although I will admit that both the combat system and skill system of DQHII is much better. No way around that. It isn't a AAA title, like FFVIIR, but it's still a fairly enjoyable title, and I can definitely say that if they remake Sword of Mana in a similar vein I'll be excited to see it (even if for me it's partially just nostalgia fueling that). I tell stories about substances that you probably searched for I can definitely recommend it. You clearly never got all that far into the story of Fairy Fencer F, especially Advent: Dark Forces. Heck, Grandia II was a bit gentler even than Grandia III in that regard. Superman officially entered the Arrowverse--or CWverse as they'd prefer we call it these days--when actor Tyler Hoechlin slipped into the red-and-blue jumpsuit for the Supergirl Season 2 premiere. I feel like Persona found a way to counteract it, but outside of that ... there are the traditionalist series, who are struggling to find broad appeal among new fans, which means their are on a dying track long term and then there is, as you point out, stuff like Final Fantasy, that is willing to experiment with each new entry to various success. Smart memory management will be a huge factor in general and will effectively multiply the actual memory developers can make use of, plus PS5 might actually pull of enough datathroughput to get pretty close to utterly breaking that barrier that has plagued game design for decades (there is a fascinating interview with some of the Square staff on Vagrant Story, where they in painstakingly detail reveal, how they made the best looking PSX full-polygonal game, even having little to zero experience with that technology - it's fascinating stuff, how they went over scenes again and again and again, to really nail down the precise polygon count they could deliver on the system down to a 't' and tailoring their textures precisely to the PS4 memory). The pairings for the sets are Duran+Angel, Kevin+Charlotte, and Hawkeye+Riesz. No one, totally out of left field! I might have a rather broader spectrum of stories I enjoy, but the ones I like the most tend be the more somber ones, much like you, and early in my gaming days that was all I really enjoyed, it was 16 years or so ago, around the release of Disgaea: Hour of Darkness actually, that I learned to enjoy the more light-hearted stories. Grandia I just has your party size change quite a few times before you are finally prepping to enter the final dungeon, unlike Grandia III where there was only one time you ever had the size of your part decrease and you only ever got enough party members to max out your combat party. "Is This a Zombie?" Then again, I've been told, that this in itself can be an endearing trait. The difference is that they've been getting more and more lax about the story-telling, to the point where at times it feels like the movie is more about the fanservice than the story, which starts to make it feel more like badly written soft-core porn in my opinion. I generally loath credit information being stored anywhere, so I either use PayPal or as with both Sony and Microsoft, I use prepaid cards from Amazon - which I gotta trust by necessity of convenience. He sounds gruff, like ... like a badass mercenary gruff. RIght off the top of my head, that is the only thing, that I think is really unique and/or works better on PS4. They look more charming and less ... honestly? @Razmoudah Well, if you put it that way, it's more about optimization and having a better time with it, than sheer necessity or missing out on major pieces of relevant content without outside help, which seems fair to me. I'm a much bigger fan of Digital Storm than Dell, but I don't know if they ship to non-States locations (they can do higher quality custom builds with better specs for less than Dell does, even under the Alienware line, if you want a gaming laptop). They might need the good will of the wider Xbox audience going forward. Also, if you are steamrolling the enemies in an area in Grandia I the boss of that area (if it has one) will barely be a challenge. The human eye sees in contrasts, which in a nutshell, is why OLED looks so stunning right out of the box. I do not want them to hit the same tone as Persona, not at all, but as far as presentation goes, there is ALOT here, that needs to be accounted for in a new 3D SMT Mainline game, running on (somewhat) modern hardware. It just did not make any difference. I can name three things that when you think on it will probably have you pin it down. So yeah, absoutely, point well taken. @peanutbuttercup That's kinda your Walmart doesn't want increased software sales...?? As I said before, WKCII does include the story of WKCI, but with a completely revamped combat system. Trials of Mana releases on 24th April and you can download a demo from the Switch eShop right now (and read our impressions). Be it going beyond 24p and the judder that comes with it, be it dropping the "Hollywood DoP" (which is why, that is my longstanding contention, so many "foreign" films have such a hard time finding a mainstream audience), doing the "proper" color-grading mowrk etc. You did come across a bit as if nearly all JRPGs did the turn-based thing, and it is very common, but there are plenty that don't do it. Seeds and see if I screwed myself over by not using all of them in the old save before starting my NG+. It had ambition and integrity. Well, even if you were born in 85 you've still probably been on more dates than me, and it'd take decades, if not over a century, to overcome the gap. I had to put it down like an two hours in. The game's world and narrative and setting has so much appeal, like VII's, it would be ashme not to see it brought to life in such splendid fashion as VIIR! Like the first time you put on toned glasses during summer. Are there any other examples of recent remakes of classic games you admire or looked to for inspiration when it came to updating Seiken Densetsu 3 for the 21st century? It's one of the very, very, very few reasons I still have my PS3 around. The Critical Reaction system in The Last Hope was a disaster. Oh well... Yay 2020. Yes, I also love Metroid, though I never got into Castlevania all that much, and have managed to at least clear every single Metroid title in at least one version (basically starting with Metroid III: Super Metroid and since, the first two I never quite managed to beat until they got their remakes), but in those you get upgrades that boost stats, as well as many enemies having some very obvious tells or rather simple patterns to learn, that helps to compensate for my weak action-gaming skills. That means they had Shield Ligers, Command Wolves, and even a D.Bison all using the exact same movement algorithm. It's still a neat and accessible JRPG with great production values and some gorgeous locales. I mean, has some super cheesy over-the-top voice acting, but delivered so perfectly, fitting the game beyond well, that it really left a strong impression of me and became completely linked to my memory of the game. Hmmmmm.......I wonder if something like that could be used as a test to determine which people are more heavily impacted by trying to drive while talking on their phone? How difficult was it to find the right voices for characters players have known and loved for 25 years? Microsoft easily has the wealth to sell a new console at only half it's production cost for a couple of years without going bankrupt to bring the production cost down to where they stop losing money selling it (which Sony did partially do with the PS3 by the way), but they didn't because the tech wasn't there to justify it. Yeah, the iPhone doesn't do great in Japan, though they do have a better degree of market penetration than the Xbox series consoles have as a collective whole, but it is American companies at the firmware core of what makes the smartphone a big deal. I have a bunch of complaints, to many to list. Because if you look at the moment to moment gameplay, there is little difference to your average Tales of ... experience really. Looking back now, I do feel the title itself was a clever subversion. If you further strip out the deeper themes of the series, rooted in different primarly philisophical conceps and others, like the very prominently featured Jungian into which Persona 3 and 5 in particular really lean deeepp into for a mere videogame, then all you have left is a mechnical stale if competent shell of a game. If I actually get to be home Friday and Saturday, instead of on the road for work, I'll let you know Saturday evening/night. Realistically I could see them turn it into a 4 parter and still easily release all of the remaining parts before needing to go to PS6, maybe even get 1 more part in as well. It subverted expections, which I always think has some merit, and really executed well on that theme within it's narrative (as the characters themselves have expectations that get severly subverted). But also like a posterchild for what I said above. Although her origin type has been explored by other games it isn't done very often from what I've seen, but those two do have the least amount of plot and character development over the course of their stories in the original. It's subjective for sure, but 20 medicore to more or less low-effort-low-cost prodcutions can't replace one thoroughly great experience. The thing is, the X1 in the MS store shows me when I can install a game I have not bought, thus effectively telling me it's on the other activated account. As I said, he was intentionally broken and explicitly required heavily exploiting an in-game bug to be able to defeat him. I can say that before the launch of the Xbox One Microsoft was borderline notorious in the States for such problems, but they were almost unheard of with Sony at that time. We understand that this is a 1GB virtual address space, split into two areas - 512MB of on-chip RAM is used (the physical area) and another 512MB is "paged", perhaps like a Windows swap file. As for Sega, well, I'm not sure we are disagreeing there. I alluded to quite a couple around here already: The camera is sometimes unable to deal with narrow spaces you fight in particular with bosses, leading to situations of utter confusion. Something about them just seemed to repel me, until around the time of Trails in the Sky, then suddenly they start clicking with me, and all of them since it I've loved. We mostly agree regarding Sega, but there was a gap, of nearly a year, between when they stopped supporting the Saturn and the launch of the Dreamcast, which is the main thing that hurt them, instead of letting them co-exist. I cannot imagine having enjoyed this game half as much without the outstanding voice work to be brutally frank. @peanutbuttercup I guess it probably depends on the area. Integrity and Faithlessness relies on its storytelling even more than Till the End of Time does, and with even better combat gameplay than The Last Hope had. The games were just cheap. It's not like I don't care about anything outside of mainstream games. I will admit that the remake is a LOT easier to play, at least on normal difficulty (I'm planning on making saves 7 & 8, once I know the Black Rabite situation, Hard difficulty only saves), but then again if you encountered those Zombines in the back corner of the Waterfall Cave as you went to fight the Full Metal Hugger, once you're free of the beast man army they are a normal enemy to encounter during the night nearly EVERYWHERE, with their levels based on the area you are in, and by level 10 fighting ones of an equal level to you is considered an EASY fight, barring them having their class change (yes, the 'common' monsters get them too) before you. That's not to say both games are perfect. No such issues on Xlive, during all those weeks. P4 leaned more into that whole dating sim aspect than 3, I feel. The only reason one of them gets chosen by the Fairy, who is the one who is actually out on a journey to save the world, is because of quite literally being the only person around for the Fairy to choose as a host so she can finish journeying to Wendel to meet the Priest of Light herself. They still probably wouldn't be your stein of ale, but they aren't nearly as bad as you make them out to be. Hell, I remembered being AMAZED by Metal Gear Solid back then, pretty much around the same time really, when I first booted it up. It's a bunch of cute anime girls. I was going in like "so cool, this is going to be like vision of escaflowne with me writing the sto..." ... did not quite live up to that expectation, which to be fair, it never claimed it would. The whole 2000s were a big shake up for Square. Would they have gone straight to mobile or handheld games? While the whole experimentation angle is part of what makes the game so compelling. If you cannot bring out what is inherently so-silly-it's-funny with the source material, then you are just imitating it after all. Game is fantastic though. While I already admitted to having a weak point for darker, more mature (dangerous term to use) and just more somberly built games, I am not opposed to lighthearted content. That's a game I always wanted to play. Instead, they pissed off the group of developers they needed the most to truly compete on an equal stage in every way and they are being supported in mostly just two markets, North America and Europe (as they are the two biggest markets for sports games and shooting games), with some smattering of hot spots in some of the other non-Asian markets around the world. I very recently found out about this game and I saw is Star Wars / galactic contention mod and I became very interested after that and I was wanting to know if the game was worth it , wait for sale , or not worth it! Hell, if you are so inclined it is entirely possible to awaken the Dark God first and enslave the world instead of saving it (and in Advent they actually add in a hidden third 'faction', who takes a darker direction and gives you the option to destroy the world instead). Hmmmmm............Yeah, DQH could be considered to be in that vein, to some extent. At the start of the game three of the potential heroes initially set off to meet the Priest of Light in Wendel for the purpose of trying to save a loved one, without any specific concern for the state of the world as a whole. The combat invites, as I did above and in my original comment, comparison to games from an entirely different genre. Competition is a good thing. I do feel justified in expecting a game to entertain my senses as well as my intellect. IT's not perfect, but Persona gets close, esp. In II, so long as you make it a point to hunt down every enemy on every map you rarely ever need to repeat a map. Didn't have to be so clunky and ugly though It's if Level 5 decided to make an action-MMORPG, but realized, that it was really hard to do that, so they just kind of made an action-RPG that still kinda feels like an MMO, I guess? When it came to debate club, there was never really any need to convince me to act the "advocatus diaboli". Rare is an obvious example, but it goes beyond that . One final note regarding the JRPG master console debate, the vast majority of the PS3's exclusive JRPG's released AFTER Sakaguchi cut ties with Microsoft, with only ones like the Neptunia titles or Disgaea happening before. Comments for this article are now closed. If they are included then it /might/ drop down to only a decade or so, assuming I had the time to work the dating sims I'm interested in really, really heavily. Now, if you look at the early years and really 1-1,5 decades, the differences are apparent in the emphasis that these games put versus the ones that the "originals" in the west did. To me, it will require AT LEAST that far to fully tell just how well they did with it, mostly because of how much things start to change after that first class change. They either have some very heavy third party support, or they have backwards compatibility. From what I understand, they were pretty much struggling to recreate FFVII going forward until Kingdom Hearts showed up, also basically open the door for the merger with Enix, after having lost tons of money on failed projects like The Spirits Within. It was pretty neat to meet in person after having played together for literally years already Aside from that, I enjoyed the group-based PvP long before it became popular in games like Overwatch (which is also great though). Too bad, the world and characters were actively annoying, not as bad but kinda like in FFXV. I'd love to know what parts you feel Microsoft has done better at. I only scratched the surface of course, and I do think there are some issues, like decent combat, but little challenge, on top of the "meh" production values, but overall, it's definitely of the games, I'll happily consider worthwhile. While not always 100% perfect (which VO-track ever was, no matter the medium), it enhanced the characters personality and added - in my view - significant value to the remake. This was something that was in the neighborhood of a $1 fix in the manufacturing process and it would've gone away, and they didn't care to attempt to fix it for several years, because "It's Microsoft, people will buy it." Now, you mentioned that you rather like the combat of FFX, even if you weren't totally sure why. I'm very curious to see how long the PS5 will last. It does not get mch more interesting in terms of alternative history than that game. Hell, for the most part of the game's existence you could even only control Noct. 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