The Last Story

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  • Samuel_Barros 29 Jan 2010 15:29:22 1,249 posts
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    The Last Story annouced for the Wii

    Mistwalker has finally unveiled their new project, The Last Story. After much speculation regarding what Mistwalker has been teasing the past few months, the game has been confirmed for the Wii. Nintendo and Mistwalker have yet to share many details, but the game is an RPG and will be released in Japan this year. You can check out the game’s official site here.

    - Theme of universal feelings held by people
    - Co-developed by Mistwalker and Nintendo
    - Goal is to create a new type of RPG
    - Developer blog starting in March

    Source: NintendoEverything.com
  • Hunam 29 Jan 2010 15:31:05 20,672 posts
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    So basically we know it's a game with a name by a company for a console.

    Anything else?
  • Cappy 29 Jan 2010 15:35:08 12,332 posts
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    Don't forget the universal feelings, universal feelings held by people!
  • Blerk Moderator 29 Jan 2010 15:36:26 48,224 posts
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    Well, we know it already had a thread.
  • GoneTomorrow 4 Jun 2012 23:15:32 294 posts
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    ...Is it just me or does one of the (un?)holy Japanese trinity on the Wii lack a thread? Berk's thread is no longer in existence.

    Only 40 mins in, after two attempts. Not feeling it. A team of ladyboys with their midriffs exposed, walking in straight lines with automatic attacks and a camera that cannot be controlled with the proper Wii rempte + nunchuk pairing. (What is the point of a game on the Wii that doesn't take advtantage of the Wii remote; forcing players to buy an outdated one!? T'would be super-useful to, you know, be able to swing arm about to aim crossbow bolts...)

    So far, it looks like an old PS2 game and plays terribly thanks to not being made to play with the standard Wii equipment. Grrrrreat! (That fucking tiger kept jumping at me as I ran, and pressing 'Z' to force camera behind me didn't help!)

    Glad I got the local EG-village idiot to 'lend' me LS + Xenosaber. Just too bad he failed to inform me of control+camera woe. I pray that Xenosaber turns out to be the holy grail--otherwise, £40 to own a Wii was £40 too much.

    Edited by GoneTomorrow at 23:16:35 04-06-2012
  • Armoured_Bear 30 Aug 2012 22:31:21 13,818 posts
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    So, what's the consensus?

    Wiimote or Classic Controller?
  • spamdangled 30 Aug 2012 22:36:56 27,898 posts
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    Classic controller.
  • Armoured_Bear 30 Aug 2012 22:38:08 13,818 posts
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    Ta.

    I tried 5 mins of the tutorial with the wiimote, no pointing is such a shame :-(
  • andywilkie35 30 Aug 2012 22:41:05 5,338 posts
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    Definitely classic controller :)
  • Armoured_Bear 15 Sep 2012 00:41:32 13,818 posts
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    This was pretty slow the first hour or two but it's picking up nicely now, I'm on the ship and starting to really enjoy it :-)
  • NewbieZilla 21 Jun 2013 16:34:49 239 posts
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    I posted I'd just started this in the Xenoblade thread. I'm not really a fan of the combat so far. I just got to the first 'boss' and am not really a fan of how he can throw things at you and they hit you even if you are behind a pillar.
  • Armoured_Bear 21 Jun 2013 16:38:29 13,818 posts
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    NewbieZilla wrote:
    I posted I'd just started this in the Xenoblade thread. I'm not really a fan of the combat so far. I just got to the first 'boss' and am not really a fan of how he can throw things at you and they hit you even if you are behind a pillar.
    Give it another couple of hours, the combat takes a while to get going.
    It's excellent, I hugely regret selling it with my Wii before completing it.
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