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#1 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

Yes you are right but what about adding demons and other races than humans like thrions and elves??? it's definitely ridiculous but anyway you've got a point in your opinion and i respect it but don't you think they could do a better job than playing with some of the most honorable historic persons?flover2006

Of course they could.

Hell, I would have preferred if they didn't used St. Jeanne D'arc just because it is way to distracting for a historian to take the storyline seriously. It would have been far better if they had a female protagonist and just used the story they had without ties to historical figurues like Charles, Edward, and Jeanne D'arc.

It is even worse because Japanese Developers typically don't strive for accuracy and add absurd fantasy elements which makes it even more unbelieveable.

Aside from my complaints about the total abuse of the source material, it is still a good game. One that I find hard to stomach just because of the blatant abuse of history.

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#2 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

They could easily port over FFVII with zero enhancements and make a HUGE killing in sales by releasing the re-release before Crisis Core.

They could also use the Crisis Core engine and remake the game for the PSP afterwards, to extend the cash cow.

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#3 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

I am a Historian, but even I will admit that when it comes to creating a game that appeals to the masses and keeping it close to the geniune article would be boring to most people.

The real Jeanne D'arc never got magical bracelets and never transformed into a super soldier after 3 turns, but it makes for interesting gameplay.

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#4 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -
I also think the Phoenix Wright franchise is one that should sell much much more than it did.

One of the best DS exclusives and no one is buying it

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#5 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

To me, what is a bigger concern is what improvments is on 3.60 and if the psp originals could implement it.

After all, they doubled the ram to increase loading times.

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#6 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

import both the ouendan'sherobear

QFT

The 2nd Ouendan game is easily the best in the series, it has the best characters, best songs, difficulty curve and the best beat patterns

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#7 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

While the second game feels more episodic than the first game, I'm pretty sure that there are some returning characters from the previous game. I think case two in JFA will have some connection to T&T, so while I felt that the game wasn't as mind blowing as the first one, it's still a lot of fun and pretty interesting to play. You should definitely pick it up.

_Dez_

Case 1 and Case 4 from the first game has a strong influence on the third game.

Case 2 from the second game has a strong influence.

By "strong influence" I mean is essential in story development and character development.

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#8 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

Maybe it got delayed because of the fifth case? And correct me if i'm wrong, but i believe PW3 has a fifth case too.Denjin_hadouken

There was some sort of uber 5th case that no one unlocked when they beat the game, I didn't know.

All Ace Attorney games technically have 4 cases, the first DS version only had a 5th one tacked on to take advantage of the DS. The second game was a straight port, and the third game was a straight port (it also has 5 cases, but you can argue that Case 4 and Case 5 is just one huge case).

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#9 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -

This is shocking, not because it is true, but beause they admit it.

We all knew that developers were doing this with the wii, but to admit it is shocking.

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#10 Posted by AlexandriaZ (25107 posts) -
Game looks hot on so many levels.