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- Dec 22, 2018
NetEase is investing in Japan to produce console games.I had to actually check Wikipedia to see the list of games developed/published by NetEase. I have to wonder what Nagoshi will be working on if the deal actually goes ahead. Because to have him working on a mobage is an insult to his talents, imo.
As long as their games come to Steam I don't give a shit where they go, it's funny because now SEGA will need to adapt their internal strategy with this departure, I don't know, Sega, perhaps it is a good time to consider that multiplatform support now. lolLmao
Nagoshi: Yakuza will have turn-based combat down the road
Also Nagoshi: Actually, I like money so bye SEGA
Ever heard of personnel aquisitions in cyberpunk/Shadowrun settings? A team of mercenaries are going to bust into the office with guns to break him out!Why use terms such as poach lmao
I would like to know more.The last movie i watched in a cinema was Starship Troopers.
Event movies like Endgame are indeed super fun to watch at a movie theater with a crowd. Everything else, well, no disrespect to cinema auteurs like Villenueve and Scorsese but I am perfectly fine with watching their movies at home. In fact I prefer it.I agree with the sentiments as others has said, that Avangers Endgame was something else watching it in the cinema. I watched it in one of the biggest cinemas here in Paris and it was first showing of the opening day and it was packed and the energy was so intense. I have never felt such joyful movie experience.
Don't worry, they'll reaffirm their committment for the 20th time. Maybe this time, now that they're done with the Yakuza games, we'll see some results. (And perhaps they start porting Yakuza to the Switch as well now).I don't know, Sega, perhaps it is a good time to consider that multiplatform support now. lol
That is correct, Judgment and Sakura Wars are the only ones left.I think the only recent-ish SEGA games left would be the Judgement series and Sakura Wars and I think neither of those are happening, so perhaps they can dip into Atlus and Vanillaware stuff now.
I tend to be ok with not perfect translations. My earliest experiences of translated games where back in the SNES days where they appeared to have the translation pass through several languages before hitting the final translation.I'd like to think I could manage even longer than that lol. They had a rough start, especially on PC, with Ys VIII but they've come a long way since. I've come to realize that as long as a localization isn't egregiously bad, I'm probably not going to be able to tell the difference between a fantastic one and one that's merely good. So that's no longer something I concern myself with. I haven't touched any of their Trails releases yet (been waiting for Crossbell before playing CSIII) but the redone loc for Ys VIII and more recently the Ys IX loc were both good enough for me.
That leaves only the quality of the port and that's obviously not going to be an issue as long as they keep hiring PH3.
They should have really done a simultaneous multiplatform release for Sakura Wars. Feels like that "soft reboot" happened and the franchise is already dead again. I think I would have enjoyed that game :/That is correct, Judgment and Sakura Wars are the only ones left.
God, I hope Atlus and Vanillaware saves us.
I haven't discarded a late PC port yet, it might happen at random but yeah, nothing assures said port at this moment which sucks big time.They should have really done a simultaneous multiplatform release for Sakura Wars. Feels like that "soft reboot" happened and the franchise is already dead again. I think I would have enjoyed that game :/
I personally don't really understand the part of the fanbase that is rushing to play the games with bad or machine translations just so that they can play them immediately? Like, why do you even play the series at all then? It's not like the graphics or gameplay are incedibly outstanding. I'd think people like these games mainly for the story and characters and worldbuilding and stuf, so I'm honestly struggling to understand why people are willing to experience that in a half-assed way just so that they can experience it now.So I looked this up and hang on. Some idiots announced a fan translation for a game already getting localized and people are upset that NISA sent them a C&D? Lmao what the hell did they expect?
And I have no sympathy whatsoever for the "iT's TaKiNg ToO lOnG!!!11" argument. We're getting FOUR Trails games in the next couple of years. If that's not good enough for you, have you considered that maybe, just maybe, you're an entitled fucking baby?
This notion that being behind on the Japanese releases is somehow going to tank the series in the West is so fucking ridiculous, too. We've always been behind and it's been doing just fine. It's never going to reach Persona levels of popularity regardless of the release schedule lol.
And even if the localizations were somehow able to catch up, they'd just fall behind again immediately because Falcom puts these out pretty quickly and (unless this has changed) won't let their partners touch the games until they're already out in Japan.
I've been very annoyed with them when they "poached" Ys VIII from Xseed and it was a complete dumpster fire, and then they nabbed Trails afterwards.Slowly playing through Hajimari in Japanese. Its a bit of a challenge, and im focusing on the main content because I’d rather wait for the english release before I do a thorough playthrough, but im enjoying it enough to tide me over until 2023. I haven’t played a game entirely in JP since Ys VIII so it definitely takes some getting use to lol
also Falcom fans go 10 seconds without complaining about NISA challenge (IMPOSSIBLE)
Great moment and well deserved. He did great in the qualifiers and managed to defend against Hamilton for the whole race and there aren't many drivers capable of that.Hahaha damn, at least you can say you witnessed George Russell's first podium.
You've seen 1 marvel movie you've seen them all tbh. Months in advance from the movie release, I wrote a bullet point script of what was going to happen as part of a joke in my friends group and got right about 90% of the plot.To this day I haven’t watched Endgame 8)
I have never understood the type of Trails fans that is fine with shitty machine translation or unedited translations even, saying it's "enough" to understand what's going on. Either it's a very extreme FOMO, or a very childish lack of patience, like needing to play it here and now, regardless of the lack of quality.I personally don't really understand the part of the fanbase that is rushing to play the games with bad or machine translations just so that they can play them immediately? Like, why do you even play the series at all then? It's not like the graphics or gameplay are incedibly outstanding. I'd think people like these games mainly for the story and characters and worldbuilding and stuf, so I'm honestly struggling to understand why people are willing to experience that in a half-assed way just so that they can experience it now.
A game can only be experienced for the first time once.
I think it's a good think that NISA just nipped it in the bud this early.
This is kind of why I wouldn't mind if he was gone from a high position in SEGA. Hopefully we'd see more SEGA series on Switch too.Imo, the biggest mistake of Nagoshi is that he treats Switch as a kiddy console, sharing the same bold sentiment of console warriors on internet forums. What a legend.
You can say the same thing for 95% of movies out there. Most of them follow very specific beats.You've seen 1 marvel movie you've seen them all tbh. Months in advance from the movie release, I wrote a bullet point script of what was going to happen as part of a joke in my friends group and got right about 90% of the plot.
You didn't lose much.
Weirdly enough I just installed AC Origins to replay in New Game+ mode, i love these games. (Although I haven't bought any of the Valhalla DLC).
Probably get round to playing it neat year