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Sailing ships don't manoeuver in circles and shrug off collisions like go-karts, and can't constantly shoot in any direction.
@ecco LOL, right. Europe has not had an innovation for centuries. But hey, your crumbling cities are looking really good with the coating of grafitti. You are the past. You are nothing more than a museum. Your slow death is a laugh to those in the western hemisphere. I love Mexico, I hate Uk inbred pussies.
Wow guys, one whole story in an entire day? Don't get too exhausted from content generation. No wonder Americans laugh at European work ethic and innovation. We do more in an afternoon than you do in a week. You must have the most docile, lazy workforce in the industry.
@redcrayon The DS4 has a very precise and responsive gyro too, more shooters on PS4 should use it.
Put your finger in your ear and wiggle it....sounds like Pac Man!!
@masseffectman He seems to be enjoying the game just fine.
@ecco I sincerely hope that the last game is going to star Princess Peach, not Mario himself.
@ecco You are quite wrong:
Maze runner with Captain Toad
Blocktrix with Waluigi
Hit the badger with Wario
Flappy birds with Luigi
Shake my boobs with Princess Peach
Iwata confirmed Nintendo is not considering ports of existing games, but rather new experiences developed for and more suited to smart devices.
All thanks to me buying Vice City Stories on PSN last weekend for £1.60, that is.
...oh yeah....contributing like a boss....
Its hardware is four years old. Which part of it isn't outdated compared to smartphones today, let alone in 2 years time?
I am not dissing the Vita here (I have one myself), I was just repsonding to the claim that it wouldn't be possible to have portable hardwware that is powerful enough to also fill a TV screen, using the Vita as an example.
I wonder if the X part implies some form of collaboration, a la Street Fighter X Tekken. That would certainly make sense given the nature of the rest of the announcement.
I really think it will involve virtual reality cuz remember Nintendo came out with the Virtual Boy or whatever it was called a longgggg time ago
@ecco: If you know any of those locations, tell me. My nephew wants one, but no way I'm paying 390 Euro for a birthday gift, and they're pretty unpopular here in Lisbon.
Less than 390 and five games, so I can keep for me, and I'm in.
if things didn't sell then they wouldn't make them, its not like they are trying to shift unsold stock.
It's a different market where games sell over a much longer period of time and not just their first week of availability.
I would like to see Sony and Microsoft offer something like the Steam sales. I'm not entirely sure of the politics behind it with the publishers involved, but it would be good for the consumers if this becomes a regular thing.
One of Raven Cry's strangest problems is its penchant for verbosity. Everyone talks for far too long about the most irrelevant thing. For a low-budget game that cuts every other corner possible, I have to wonder if these writers weren't paid by the word.
Does a sub account for my daughter allow her to use my playstation Plus games, online, etc?
place the Sonic Boom titles as the lowest-selling major Sonic launches in the history of the franchise.
Jesus Christ Nintendo why are you always so bloody difficult when it comes to this stuff?
Transferring over should be as painless as possible.
Just looking to the things to do list it makes me NOT want to transfer anything, by it had to be so complicated? Couldn't we just make a backup on 3DS SD card and use it on the new system?! Wake up Nintendo! Do your job!
@ecco I have a dream to make a game like this, actually. A colleague of mine, Gillian Smith who works at Northeastern University in Boston, is very big on using procedural generation as a game mechanic, too. She's really keen on people opening up new kinds of gameplay with it.
Whats up with people!! I think this looks like a cool and innovative take on the online 3rd person shooter genre, with an original art style to boot. I am deffo interested and its nice to see a studio take some risks instead of trying to follow the same old tired footsteps that everyone seems to be moaning about being bored with ie: cod and bf4.
And as a plus it reminds me of the sort of doodles i loved to doodle in my textbooks at school as a teen :D
Jaffe didn't really need to drop so many f-bombs though.
All the characters are based around conventionally adolescent stereotypes with plenty of demons, skeletons, mohawks, wristbands, dragons, and violent imagery of his classmates that he doesn't feel so fondly of.
@ecco You're arguments are that, because something similiar is happening somewhere else in the world it's pretty much okay for it to happen in Japan.
What kind of argument is that?
Also, kidnapping women for prostitution is not legal and that's what "importing" you talk about is.
Anyway, we can talk about many problems of the world, but let's stick to pop culture otherwise we'll argue till the end of the world.
I agree (and agreed earlier) that the problem of sexual objectification of women in pop culture exists pretty much everywhere, but Japan is such a big player in this regard that they made an impact globally (along with America).
@ecco A virtual desktop girl is hardly comparable to a game released on a Nintendo system and endorsed by it.
PC is free for all, consoles are a different story.
As to cherry picking... I'm obviously bringing up the most obvious examples, but japanese pop culture really is filled with tits and girls showing skin.
And you know what? I don't mind it most of the times, but it bothers me when it's the main focus.
I love Cowboy Bebop and I'm not gonna hate it just, because Faye wears a really skimpy outfit. But she's still a cool and interesting character and her boobs aren't the main feature or focus of this awesome anime series.
Now in DOA boobs and their jiggle physics are arguably more important than the game behind it.
And how can you even compare an undeground, illegal, criminal activity of smuggling women for prostitution to a legally released rape simulator that you can buy nationwide like any regular product?
If that was some kind of bootleg, underground product of a shady bussiness then I would never bring it up, but it's not.
@ecco I wasn't expecting another reply on this topic XD.
Anyway, my view is not skewed by american filtration, because I don't live in America (I live in Poland
where we have our own problems with objectification of women as well)
and most of my views come from japanese games, mangas and films.
Also, I never said that Japan is not a pleasant place (it might be unpleasant for some because of racism, but hardly lolis and tits). I simply see objectification of women as one of Japan's (also global) problems.
Just as obsession with violence and guns is a problem in America (a more serious one actually).
But let's not forget that it's Japan where DOA and Highschool of the Dead are made.
And it's Japan where you can feel up girls on your 3ds screen.
It's Japan that has tv game show with guys sliding face down into woman's tits.
Finally it's Japan where Rapelay was released.
I love Japan, but you know, they're kinda unbeatable in the field of objectifying women.
"Hey guys I'm hungry. How about rustling up a Kickstarter for some lunch?"