Everything We Know About Yakuza: Like A Dragon (AKA Yakuza 7)
Death Stranding Sequels Might Be Necessary, Kojima Says
Kevin is irreplaceable...
The game doesn't just look good; it is good. The fights are very entertaining, there is enough technique and fun for all kinds of players to enjoy.
We may finally hope for new Vampire the Masquerade games. To leave out this wonderful license was such a waste!
It's just Konami trying to save their asses; lying so that Kojima fans continue buying their products. They did everything they could to get rid of Kojima's name, but he is too big, so instead they pretend he'll still be working for them, while in the meantime they can continue being the crappy company they've now become.
I played with most of my points in Alchemy and it can be very powerful with a proper build.
They can't make a totally new game actually, they don't have the money to do it. But maybe if the game sells well enough they'll do better in the future.
@Kaioten The casual setting is just optional. You can still play the old way.
I just got one problem with Nintendo, that really appears with the 3DS, and it is their tendency to try fighting piracy. Instead, they should put all their efforts into trying to please their gamers. An happy gamer will buy a game he loves, whatever piracy devices exists outside. I'm adding that because being in Europe prevents me from playing some games I love (I'm thinking Devil Survivor), and the region lock was a real turn off to me.
@guily6669 Actually, if you have to pay so much it's not because of Nintendo. It's because of taxes and customs. So blame your country here not Nintendo. In the US, games are much cheaper. For instance, Resident Evil Revelations worth around 40$, which is closer to 30eur. Yeah, games are expensive in Europe, and not for the good reasons. @FlameBeast4000 I agree with you, even if the quality of the 3DS screens is poor compared to Vita, at least it gives the choice to developers whether or not they should use both screens. The examples given in this article of games actually using it (The world ends with you, Hotel Dusk); they could justify the dual screen by themselves. Having maps and inventory under your fingers saves you only few seconds, still it is welcomed, and even more so when you're playing a very long game. For instance, in Zelda on N64 many complained about dungeons like the Water Temple where you had to switch boots too often; thanks to the screen you can change items way faster, without having to travel endlessly between game and inventory. I don't think Nintendo is stuck in the past, it's just that they try to get the most out of what they got. Granted it's not used that often. But when it does, it's brilliant.
Well the system looks great, the pricing's alright. I could buy it right now if it wasn't for the fact that according to some rumors it'll not be region free. If it's true that's a big turn off.
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