oooh mayve i should buy yakuza 7
oooh mayve i should buy yakuza 7
[Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom] Platinum Trophy #16
‘Tis truly a hidden gem indeed. The epic tale of a young king who sets out on an adventure to restore himself to the throne and unite all the kingdoms of the world. This game lived up to what I had in mind as I was hoping to come across something decent to play that is relatively obscure and not too mainstream or popular.
On top of its main quests there’s lots to do in this game such as mini skirmishes, kingdom building, recruiting citizens, etc. A beautifully designed game accompanied by soothing orchestral soundtracks and the Ghibli-esque art style that reminds one of Hayao Miyazaki’s movies, especially with Tani (one of the six playable characters) resembling Princess Mononoke.
The only downside of it was the post game EXP farming which was a bit grindy but nonetheless I enjoyed platting it all the way through the end. A must-play title I would recommend to those who are into JRPGs.
New episode of my Xenoblade Chronicles let's play is up!
The group finally reaches Alcamoth. Melia goes to report to the emperor, while Shulk and the rest get arrested for the High Entia. We meet some very suspicious bird ladies, and meet a familiar face...
Fell through the floor during one of the 2d storybook memory sequences in NieR Reincarnation and i didn't even question it til like a minute in bc it fit the mood and tbh yoko taro just Does Shit Like That sometimes?
Let’s Play Tactics Ogre PSP: Ep. 53 – Refuge VII
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The time-and-mind bending adventure game The Plane Effect has come to Switch, and publisher PQube and developer Innovina are promoting the trailer with a launch trailer. Switch just got the game this week.
Here’s an overview with additional information:
A time-and-mind bending adventure game…
It’s your final day at the office, it is time to clock out and return home – loomed over by a cosmic anomaly with an oppressive, otherworldly force. Helpless over the
cosmos, all you know is that you must return to your family, as soon as you can.
Find your way home by any means…
As you progress through the dystopic cityscape, you quickly you realise all is not as it should be. Did it always take this long? Were the streets always a labyrinth?
Where even is “home”? All you know is that you must keep pushing ever onwards, you must keep going.
Navigate through a dystopian society
Navigate beautifully and elaborately designed, otherworldly environments and solve unusual puzzles to keep Solo moving through each area. Players have the option
to figure out puzzles step-by-step with no hints, or activate a little guidance on your impossible journey through ‘Assisted-Mode’.
A sinister presence follows
Keep Solo moving.
Onwards, to his family, back home. Do not stop, do not turn back. Is Solo being watched?
Have a look at the new trailer for The Plane Effect below.
The Plane Effect can be purchase digitally for Switch as an eShop download. It supports English, Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, and Chinese language options.
More information about The Plane Effect can be found on the official site here.
So I got Tales of Arise on launch and absolutely loved it. I've already beaten it and got the platinum trophy so I can definitely say it's one of the best games in the series. I also have an amazing screenshot of my favorite moment
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PlatinumGames’ Hideki Kamiya has commented on the Switch exclusivity surrounding Bayonetta 3.
Bayonetta 2 is only available on Switch (and previously Wii U). Similarly, Bayonetta 3 will only be playable on the console. Both of these titles are published by Nintendo.
In traditional Kamiya fashion, he toys with fan expectations and responds sardonically. He starts off almost encouraging the idea of Bayonetta 2 and 3 on other platforms, only to quickly dash those hopes with logic and a sarcastic “good luck”. It’s safe to say that chances of these games appearing on PlayStation or Xbox consoles are slim to nil right now.
Here’s our full translation of Kamiya’s comments regarding Bayonetta 3 and Switch exclusivity:
Just like with Bayonetta 2, we’re developing Bayonetta 3 with funding from Nintendo. We are only involved in development. All decisions about the final product are up to Nintendo. So feel free to send your requests of ‘release the game on other consoles’ to Nintendo. If Nintendo asks us to port the game to PS5, we might do that.
I mean, I guess the likelihood of Bayonetta 2 and 3 coming to PS5 and Xbox isn’t impossible – it’s Nintendo’s decision. By that same logic, it’s not impossible that games like Mario and Zelda could be show up on PS5 or whatever. So good luck sending passionate pleas to Nintendo and trying to get that to happen… If I were you, I’d simply buy a Switch.
If all of this sounds familiar, that’s because Kamiya has said similar things in the past. Back in 2014, he spoke about exclusivity and more or less indicated that Bayonetta 2 wouldn’t have been able to happen without Nintendo’s involvement, and now we’re seeing a comparable situation with Bayonetta 3.
Bayonetta 3 finally reemerged this week with a gameplay trailer after it was first announced in December 2017. It is currently slated for a 2022 release.
It took over a decade, but No More Heroes 1.5 has finally received an English dub.
No More Heroes 1.5, a motion comic, was included with the Hopper’s Edition of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle in Japan. It was intended to bridge the gap between the series’ first two entries. Suda51 wrote the story, and apparently kept it secret from most Grasshopper Manufacture staffers while it was being created.
No More Heroes 1.5 was first made available in October 2010, but only in Japan. Now after more than a decade, it’s been published with full English voice acting. Grasshopper Manufacture shared the video on its YouTube channel this week.
Here’s a summary of the No More Heroes 1.5 plot, courtesy of the Suda51 Wiki:
Three years have passed since Travis Touchdown topped the United Assassins Association’s leaderboard. Outside Beef Head, five thugs recognize Touchdown as he steps outside the building. Touchdown surprises them with a flurry of beam katana and wrestling throws, slaying each of his challengers. Sometime afterward, a group convenes in Santa Destroy for the unveiling of a statue of Touchdown, thanks to whom Santa Destroy “has never been safer.” It is at this gathering that Georgy Bishop, owner of Beef Head and a close friend of Touchdown is threatened by a man in a nearby vehicle. Touchdown is initially unaware that his friends are in danger, however a phone call from mentor Randall Lovikov sparks his attention. Lovikov’s attempts to fend off a Mafia attack in Santa Destroy’s Gold Town district had failed, and after being shot he contacts Touchdown to warn him of the danger and inform him who is organizing the attacks. Before revealing the identity of this leader however, a Mafioso cuts the phone line and assassinates Lovikov. Shortly afterward, Mafiosos target Touchdown at his motel home, however these assailants, one of whom mimics Touchdown in both appearance and choice of weapon, are defeated as well. A more adept group of hitmen appear on the scene, and after seeing the destruction of Touchdown’s statue, one of these men speaks for the group, proclaiming that a battle is beginning with Touchdown, who has “no idea what will happen” to Santa Destroy. The men then flee in a vehicle, with Touchdown in pursuit on foot, however they escape
Kemco and Exe-Create are soon rolling out another RPG for Switch, as Asdivine Saga will be appearing on the system in just a few days. According to an eShop listing, it’s scheduled for September 30.
Learn more about Asdivine Saga by reading up on the following overview:
In a world facing a sudden war, a mercenary by the name of Vyse finds himself seeking to uncover the evil machinations operating behind the scenes. Joined by a pair of royal princesses and shinobi, does success lie in the cards for this unlikely band of adventurers when danger seems to lurk at every turn…?!
Master the art of throwing and level monsters to the dust! Get powerful support from spirits that can be equipped to enhance magic, and upgrade weapons and synthesize rings to power up in battle. You can even get special endings by building up trust with other characters, and take on the strongest at the battle arena to enjoy this fantasy RPG in its entirety.
And here’s a trailer for Asdivine Saga ahead of its upcoming Switch release:
Asdivine Saga will cost $14.99 on the Switch eShop. By putting in a pre-order now, you’ll get a slight discount, and it’ll be lowered to $13.49.
You can access the official website for Asdivine Saga here.