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 71 
 on: July 03, 2015, 07:30:13 PM 
Started by Ramza - Last post by Dice
Someone recorded the conference!  Nothing big to see (ie, no real footage) but it's great to see Uchikoshi talk about the project. 
https://youtu.be/uY9YujkQOqY

And there it is; taken from the Aksys panel:


ZERO ESCAPE LIIIIIIVES.

2015 has been a somewhat tame year for releases, but a hell of a year for annoucements.

Well, I know what I'm playing the rest of the summer (I stopped playing VLR after learning it ends on a major cliffhanger and there were no plans to release the third game.)

That image makes it look like it says 2036, which would have been a massive middle finger to fans (Oh, you'll get it... when you're all too old to remember what video games are HAHAHA)

Stealing Klutz's comment into a more relavant topic.  Yeah I thought about the long and hard, unfortunately I thought the 3rd game by the end of the 2nd was "gonna happen", but if I knew the future wasn't 'certain', I probably would have done the same.

 72 
 on: July 03, 2015, 06:45:46 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by bigdeath
@Yggdrail

I liked all the FF13 games so.........

FF13 being super linear was a bit of a drag but the combat was so fun I loved it anyway. FF13-2 was a bit less polished but had the exploration element missing in FF13 as well as dialogue options in the live trigger system. As for Lighting Returns, the story might be crazy but its a great open world exploration quest based RPG and I'd love to see more of such gameplay.

But then I've always said I liked FF8 more than FF7 so apparently I'm crazy. I can only hope for a modern remake of FF8. Heck, I'll take a modern remake of FF6 as well.

 73 
 on: July 03, 2015, 06:11:08 PM 
Started by Ramza - Last post by Taelus
YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS

 74 
 on: July 03, 2015, 05:55:53 PM 
Started by Ramza - Last post by Dice


Honestly, I love that both games "kept me up at night".  Can't wait to go for a third [and final?] time.

 75 
 on: July 03, 2015, 05:52:33 PM 
Started by Ramza - Last post by Ramza
Kotaro Uchikoshi (series creator) and Aksys Games just announced at Anime Expo that the third game in the ZE series (999 -> VLR -> ???) is in development and should be out next year.

MY HEAD A SPLODE

 76 
 on: July 03, 2015, 05:48:47 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Klutz64
And there it is; taken from the Aksys panel:


ZERO ESCAPE LIIIIIIVES.

2015 has been a somewhat tame year for releases, but a hell of a year for annoucements.

Well, I know what I'm playing the rest of the summer (I stopped playing VLR after learning it ends on a major cliffhanger and there were no plans to release the third game.)

That image makes it look like it says 2036, which would have been a massive middle finger to fans (Oh, you'll get it... when you're all too old to remember what video games are HAHAHA)

 77 
 on: July 03, 2015, 05:31:02 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Aeolus
As I posted, for some reason Square decided it would be a good idea to make sure you can't actually level up any new characters by taking away random skirmishes. Otherwise what I played of it wasn't any worse than FFTA.

They also made it harder to steal weapons and abilities (now exclusive to the Seeq race; a race made specifically to further make the Bangaa redundant) which in turn made it harder to break the power curve wide open. They also nerfed several of the more broken Jobs from FFTA1 (most noticeably the Morpher (which they straight up cut) and the Assassin), but that really didn't do a hell of a lot since Jobs like Assassin and Juggler were still stupidly broken and they went and added the Gira who were broke right out of the box (flying as a racial modifier tends to do that; having a handful of high powered Jobs just added to the carnage they could inflict).

But in spite of all that they did to make things stupider, FFTA2 is still a massive step up from TA1 just on the fact that they nerfed that stupid Laws system to hell and back (breaking Laws would only cost you a post battle bonus while adhering to them gave a minor in battle buff; instead of striking them from a match and imposing a permanent stat penalty on said offender). That said, Luso is one of the worst FF protagonists in the history of the series, and unlike FFTA1 where the plot was accidentally interesting (Marche is practically an FF villain in all but name and ridiculous costume; and by ridiculous, I mean not all black armor or something glam rock-ish), TA2's plot is barely there and almost totally irrelevant. If there's anything that FFTA2 did outright worse in terms of gameplay, it'd have to be those stupid post game dungeons.

 78 
 on: July 03, 2015, 05:28:06 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Aeolus
At this point I think even Keiji would've screwed the pooch with MML3. He has too much emotional investment in the project, and he comes off as the kind of guy who needs to be reigned in rather than being left to his own devices, much like George Lucas...

Well, speak of the Devil...

I am so conflicted on this game.  MML is one of my favorite games of all time so on one hand I want to see more of the Megaman Legends style and gameplay.  On the other hand I really want to see a conclusion to Legends(which is never happening now).  This may be the best we get though so I am still really hyped for it. 

Watch it start as our hero in some kind of moon base that he has to somehow get down to earth from, preferably with help from that girl in the blue cap, her recently on-truce rival who's also some kind of sky pirate and a dancing penguin that used to be a dancing monkey before he got remodeled off-screen.

oh man, if it does I'll fucking die, the abrupt set-up would be like skipping straight to the punch-line of a joke haha

Alternatively, they could always have the moon rescue and subsequent events happen entirely off screen while everyone in the game we actually get references the ever loving hell out of said events without elaborating in the slightest.

 79 
 on: July 03, 2015, 05:23:33 PM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Dincrest
At 30 I have the same interests and values I had when I was 12


On my 34th birthday, my friend Deanna (lead singer for a kickass band called Mistress) said to me, "Neal, you're not 34.  You're 8!"  It made me laugh and I still think it's one of the best birthday messages I'd ever gotten. 

 80 
 on: July 03, 2015, 05:08:48 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Dice

I think I'm going to borrow my friend's DS and play 999 (legally this time!) and then immediately transition into Virtues Last Reward right after.

I might even do a game journal about it since they're not really that long.



I'd actually love to read that, and a good handfull of us here are pretty big fans as well, I believe.
And you'd be striking while the iron is hot with the recent announcement of the third game. :D

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