Comments on Kotaku
It calls to mind the cooking of Odin Sphere...It's more reminiscent of Muramasa: The Demon Blade with those visuals and font.
I'm sold. As a fan of the Atelier series and Vanillaware games this seems right up my alley.
I wonder if this is a poke at Nintendo's subscription service. "Hey, you want free games? Well, have our entire collection without paying a subscription! Want to buy a game? Would you expect to pay $10? Maybe $6? Nope, you can own it for just $3."
Of course it would be Cup Noodle... Everything's cup noodle. This reminds me that I have Flying Witch in my backlog to watch, an anime people say is like a teenaged Kiki's Delivery Service.
Agreed. Real men devour their toast raw and uncooked.
How does it sound on a surface that doesn't transmit sound so well though? If the kids have dropped them behind the couch or it's slipped under a cushion will you still hear anything?
Not quite as much fine detail, but you have to respect the handmade cardboard Switch. A neat effort.Agreed. It could be a bit punchier. On the whole though, these signs are a knockout way to promote the game.
That was my thought too. Looks similar to the architecture.
This is why studios need to be more open about what they're doing on a day to day basis. If people were able to see what goes into making a game then they might be less inclined to say things like that.
I have no idea about any of this ASMR stuff but why do I feel like I just had the weirdest date ever?
The idea is to remove head strain from traditional headphones, while providing quality above what you'd get from a pair of ear buds with an in-line mic.Except I use headphones because ear buds get really uncomfortable after a half hour or so. I'm also not a horse. I think.
Wait, so they're using scientifically accurate elements and you have to construct everything yourself? Great, better start reading "Rocket Science for Dummies" and prepare for a 7 year degree before I can play. Once I do though, I'll be able to experience the thrill of cruising around the galaxy in cold sleep so I can visit planets that are mostly barren or have such extreme temperatures or unstable surfaces that I can only view them from orbit!
It's excitement in a can.
The point is that it is risky to base your budget solely on Early Access sales, not that you shouldn't. It worked in your case, although I wonder if those 7 people had other income sources and their circumstances. It's one thing to make a game when you're working already and another to base your entire financial security on the premise that people will continue to buy your game in enough volume to generate thousands of dollars each month. (including tax and development/business expenses)
The main point is that you can't quit your job and expect to be funded by EA sales. You need to do a risk analysis and make sure that the market is there and that you can deal with any problems like low sales periods or people being injured or quitting.
If you win chess against Death do you get to Melvin him?
Also out this week:
Darkest Dungeon: Crimson Court DLC (PC)
Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni (PC)
Danganronpa Another Episode (PS4)
Ever Oasis (3DS)
RPG Maker Fes (3DS)
Good to know that Japan has the same arguments about localisation of English content as we do of theirs.
The thumbnail code must be broken yet again. No wonder my browser was crapping out.
Makes sense, this what most modern procedurally generated games with leaderboard modes do. They take a seed and then have everyone compete using that seed.
...but an entirely new device that will sit alongside the Ouya, NVidia Shield, Apple TV, Vita TV, and Razer Forge TV.TFTFY.
Chun Li looks like a duck that turned into a human but the interesting thing is how much Dante looks like his Devil May Cry 2 incarnation. Maybe this is some parallel universe where that game actually did well.
I'm guessing the word "exclusive" has lost all meaning to you at this point, which, maybe that's sort of the point?
"Exclusive" as a word is temporary in nature. It doesn't define a period of time, just a state so all of those terms can be broken down into "It's exclusive for now but a any point in the future that can change."
Came here for the blood, stayed for the entrail(ers). Haggis out of Blood Sausage.
Mostly I'll be playing SMT: Digital Devil Saga but I'll probably spend some time in Tekken 7 trying to "git gud son" along with some running around making alliances with demons while slaughtering their friends in SMT IV.
It sounds fantastic and something I've been hoping people would start looking at now that we have more powerful consoles. "Moar graphics!" is nice and all that but what I want are more in depth gaming experiences rather than pretties. I just have massive concerns that this is going to turn into another "Plant an acorn and watch it grow into an oak tree" situation.
What's even crazier is that in a games company there are people who don't necessarily play games either.