@Billy The hottest of hottakes . Seriously though I think that's the issue. I'm not sure what games they could actually put on it. And it was a time when 3D was so new so a lot of the controls and visuals aren't the nicest. I just think it's a harder sell.
@bard91 Do you mean like a new category in the way we have gaming and general discussion?
To your point, I'm okay if things get lost in between. This is generally meant for smaller items of news so if something does get lost, it's totally fine. I'm hoping overall, it'll be used more like a general chat of some news from the day and anything that generates a lot of conversation will get it's own topic.
Thanks to both of you for feedback. Anything I've said isn't exactly set so we'll see where this goes really and what others think too.
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@tokeeffe9 yeah that was what I meant, I get your point in relation to that so I guess this would be fine for now as you mention
The first new announcement is a brand new original IP. This open world RPG is set in a unique universe and will be a post-apocalyptic kung-fu fable.
The second new announcement is a new instalment of a well-known, mysterious and horrific IP.
Should be interesting to see what THQ Nordic are actually up to. It's a little surprising with all the IPs they've acquired that they're announcing a new IP. Post-apocalyptic Kung fu fable.. I'm intrigued!
Not sure what the new installment would be but I'm going to call Destroy All Humans.
I think this is a great thing! thank you @tokeeffe9 for taking the initiative to do this thread! will keep the forum from drowning in "short new flairs" which Ive seen other forums get. Where you get a new thread for news that are super relevant for like a day. Thumbs up to you!
The development team behind Yakuza will have a special event (August 26th) to announce a new title
I imagine a few people might be getting excited about a Yakuza 2 remake. Personally, I think they'll wait until sales of Kiwami before they'd start or announce that.
@Lotias Thanks dude, that is the basic reason behind it!
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@tokeeffe9 I honestly think Yakuza 2 Kiwami or whatever it ends up being called is a no-brainer already based on the reaction to Zero. I think they've just been sitting on it so they don't saturate the market.
Idea for a future PSX or E3 booth - get a big plush tiger that you can launch out of an air cannon at people for them to punch.
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Yakuza 2 Kiwami just has to happen, but that's what I thought about RE2 back then when REmake came out. I know they are doing it now, but I doubt it will be anything like REmake and more like RE4, or when they want me to kill myself, RE7.
Yakuza 2 Extreme is bound to be announced next month, as for RE2Make I'm willing to bet it will offer classic,4, and 7 styles
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what do people think about the likelyhood of Yakuza games on PC? Sega has been focusing a lot on porting their games and it seems to have had good results so I don't think it is a crazy to imagine it could happen.
@bard91 I wouldn't be too surprised by that either. I've no idea if there is a deal in place with Sony but generally, Sony haven't considered PC a rival.
Today is one of those days why I made this topic
More Bad News for Mighty No.9
If you check out the video in the previous tweet, you'll see that you also had to make the box yourself. Also, I'm assuming those backers got the game digitally previously because it doesn't come with a game.
A really bad kickstarter just keeps getting worse. The portable versions are going to be so bad.
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I didn't realize they were still working on portable versions! Assumably the horrible art style they ended up with was to accommodate for less powerful platforms but apparently that's still not low-tech enough.
There are a lot of things that can be excused but this Kickstarter was seriously a disgrace.
@Axel This is from an update last month
Hand Held versions They are not being cancelled, we are still in the process of porting. The porting had to be put on hold for a while due to the other versions being delayed and the recent adjustment we had in comcept. However, everything is back on track now. The developer restarted the porting process in early May, and we estimate to release them within 2017 (it could be earlier, but it’s hard to estimate a more precise date at this point). We will update on this when we have more information.
I just hope there is a silver lining with how bad this paricular project has been. The standard of gaming kickstarters appears to have improved from the ones I've seen (Good pitches, demos, trailers) and hopefully people are more frugal regarding the projects they back.
Nintendo Hardware/Software Numbers
Switch - 4.7 million Units
Zelda - 3.92 Million
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - 3.54 Million
1, 2 Switch - 1.22 Million
ARMS - 1.18 Million
I had no idea that Mario Kart 8 sold that well. The attach rate is insanely good.
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God dammit, is there anything about Mighty No.9 that isn't a complete mess?
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@tokeeffe9 A New Frontier worked perfectly for me outside of Steam Cloud Saving essentially deleting my save.
The concept art looks nice?
Made a thread about this, but looks like The Sims 4 is coming to PS4/X1 in November
@DMCMaster Spot on!
Sims 4 coming to PS4 & Xbox One
Yay......I'm probably the only person mildly excited by this.