More Shenmue II. I have to say, it feels weird doing photo mode stuff in an old looking game like this.
@themarcv I'm so curious about how skateboarding works in the Mario & Sonic Olympics game. I'm hungry for a decent skateboarding game.
Updated mine. I know Samurai Shodown is coming so soon but I've been literally ignoring it for a while so I want to add it for good vibes.
- The Outer Worlds
- Shenmue III
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
- Death Stranding
- Wolfenstein Youngblood
- Samurai Shodown
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
- Final Fantasy VIII Remastered
- Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
- CTR: Nitro Fueled
- Medievil Remastered
- XIII Remake
- My Friend Pedro
- In the Valley of Gods
Best of E3:
Tried the Samurai Shodown trial demo. I never played any of the Shodown games before, and I have to say I really like the gameplay style of this one. High damage attacks are plentiful, and it's so easy to deal (and lose) more than half of the health bar in an instant, which I love. It makes the fighting feel more deliberate, like actual samurai duels. Combos are not prevalent at all, which I kinda prefer. The game looks great too, especially the visual effects of slashing and the gore. Now I really want to pre order this since it includes the season pass for free, but I don't know if that applies to my region too.
After watching the allies' impressions, I'm even more hyped about this game. It's pretty long, but it's absolutely worth the watch. My favorite thing they talked about is that they hammered the point of this game being a RPG, a real one. Character background lore and stats (and equipment affecting said statts) affecting things you can and can't do, multiple play styles, meaningful decisions. All of that happening inside a very alive and dynamic world. Still cant believe that it's coming this gen, my PS4 will once again suffer.
Also, as someone who cares about practicality above all else, I really want to replay Witcher 3 on Switch. I honestly don't care about the graphics and performance, the idea of playing that on the go is too cool for me. Don't have a Switch yet though, lol.
Fantastic show. Easily the most consistently engaging conference in this year's E3. Great showings of upcoming big games, great pace, and cool surprises. I don't really have much to complain about, other than that weird RE trailer. 9/10
This was a pretty great show. FF7R looks so god damn amazing, and they presented it very well. Also very excited about FF VII remaster, as a newcomer to the FF series, both of these are the ones I'm most interested in playing so I'm very happy about both of these things happening. Builders 2 is super jolly, I really enjoyed that trailer. Marvel's Avengers looks pretty cool. I'm kinda having Marvel fatigue though so it didn't help that they didn't really do enough to show the game, I was expecting a gameplay demo for this. Overall this is a solid 8/10 show, that FF7R presentation might be the best game demo so far this E3.