Japan's Crappiest Looking Game Is Addicted To Delays

Boy, Daisenryaku Perfect: Ruler of the Battlefield looks like dung. Maybe it's horrible addiction is to blame — it's addiction to game delays.

The game was delayed last autumn and pushed to spring 2011. Then, it was pushed to this April. It was supposed to be out yesterday, but was once again delayed to "further improve quality even more". It's now slated for a winter release. But which winter? Winter 2012, winter 2013, winter 2014...?

Priced at ¥6,800 (US$83) The game is headed to the PS3 and the Xbox 360. One day.

大戦略PERFECT~戦場の覇者~ [SS-Alpha]


    You'd think when writing for a living you'd learn how to use an apostrophe. "It's" means " it is" the apostrophe in this case marks omission, not possession, the possessive "its" lacks the apostrophe for this reason.

      Oh look, an English teacher. . .

        Because understanding basic grammar is silly? Oh wait, we're in Australia, where people who prefer to use their brains are belittled while those who go out and get wasted on the weekends and glass each other in the face are hailed as champions of excellence.

        It's all part of the Goodification...

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