Panzer_Zwei's forum posts

#1 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

SENGOKU BADE 2, then. It's either that, I don't know what other game it could be.

It has the same character on it.

#2 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

Sounds like GUNBIRD 2, mate. It has a guy fitting your description alright :

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#3 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

Sure, I like beatemup.

DYNAMITE DEKA series is my favorite.

#4 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

I'm surprised no one mentioned NIHON FALCOM, since they were one of the most influental Japanese RPG makers in history.

Most every other Japanese programmers were influenced by their works, at least a little, in one way or another.

#5 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

I don't know, I hate comics in general. I think the only game I ever played was that Superman arcade game from TAITO.

#6 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

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^ I don't see what's so confusing about it. If the game is made by western staff, it is a western game. Regardless of it the parent company of publisher is Japanese.

There's very clear differences in Japanese and western game programming styles.

TigerSpiderman

How? How do you know that there is not a western nation that programs in a style similar to the japanese? Do they not count? What about the times were a japanese publisher will just slap there name under the development label on a game info site like this one, but it was made by an american studio owned by the company? Do you know how many people think Dead to Rights is a japanese made game? Also don't forget the majority of the other points I made.

You're just running in circles over a simple matter. If it's made by Japanese staff it's Japanese, if it's by western staff it's western. It cannot be anymore clear than that.

If people think that Metroid Prime or some other game is a Japanese game, then it's their mistake, but that doesn't change a thing. I mean, if someone doesn't care or haven't a clue about the people involved in making X title, then why would you even answer this thread?

And I don't know any other country in the world that develops games like the Japanese. Even when they're imitating them Hell, there's a whole lot of Japanese IPS that are handled by western developers these days : Golden Axe, Castlevania, Contra, Silent Hill, Lost Planet etc. None of them resemble the Japanse programming style in the least.

#7 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

^ I don't see what's so confusing about it. If the game is made by western staff, it is a western game. Regardless of it the parent company of publisher is Japanese.

There's very clear differences in Japanese and western game programming styles.

#9 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

HAT TRICK HERO series.

DECATHELETE.

#10 Posted by Panzer_Zwei (15442 posts) -

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When it comes to retro games, KONAMI all the way.

the old KONAMI is gone, dead and buried though, while CAPCOM are still good when its actually CAPCOM and don't outsource their games. In this aspect KONAMI doesn't even have a choice but to outsource most their franchises since their teams just don't exist anymore.

famicommander

When was the last time Capcom put out anything decent aside from the Ace Attorney series? Monster Hunter, I guess? Inafune, Inaba, Mikami, and Kamiya are long gone and all their series (Mega Man, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, Lost Planet, Dead Rising, Onimusha, Viewtiful Joe, etc) are either dead or a completely awful facsimile of their former selves. They can't even make fighting games anymore. UMVC3, SF4, and SFxT are absolute jokes compared to their output from the previous generation.

Just recently DRAGON'S DOGMA. It was a fantastic game.