So when's that sequel coming out
>Dragon Quest VII - 9/16
>Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse - 9/20
>Final Fantasy XV - 9/30
Why the fuck are these huge JRPGs release so fucking close to each other? It's LITERALLY impossible to beat DQVII before SMTIVA even IF you didn't sleep.
Assuming the 3DS versions is anywhere near as long as the original then its going to be a long as fuck game.
Got this on steam. What's the most fun class to play?
Why does it sell like pancakes in Japan while it sells like waffles in the Wild Wild West?
Dragon Quest set the standard for marketing games in Japan. Games are still using the marketing tactics Dragon Quest eatablished in 1987. Even Final Fantasy and Pokemon still emulate Dragon Quest marketing.
While the series gets next to no marketing outside Japan. Though despite such limited marketing, its still one of the 5 top selling JRPG series in the west. So clearly there is a dedicated fanbase for it. It just needs marketing to draw in the audience who doesn't know about it. Or impulse buyers who only buy a game when they see a commercial for it.
Square Enix's treatment of Dragon Quest in the west has been less than exemplary. They treat JRPG series that sell even less far better.
Star Ocean 5 gets a quick localization confirmation, while we'll go through 2017 with just teases of a possible DQXI localization
Because Japs can actually read DQ in normal ass jap compared to english-speakers who have to read it in retardanese, french who have literal meme translations, and spanish who just get their localizations fucked up.
Tanks > mechs
Tank games > mech games
Prove me wrong.
What are some games with locations that are closely modeled on real-world places?
The Yakuza games immediately come to mind, since Kamurocho is heavily based off of the Kabukicho district in Tokyo. Theater Square is immediately recognizable in this picture.
The Division is of course is based off of New York City, but since I haven't played that game I have no idea how close the representation is to the real thing.
There are also some really neat L4D/L4D2 custom maps set in locations like Barcelona, Vienna, and Disney World.
Theater square in one of the Yakuza games.
Big fountain in Barcelona.
Big fountain in the Warcelona map for L4D2.
For the last time you dumb cucks, THEY ARE A FAMILY FRIENDLY COMPANY.
Stop blaming them for your shit weeb games coming out all censored, THE HAVE A FUCKING FAMILY FRIENDLY IMAGE TO KEEP.
It has nothing to do with your SJW boogeyman.
It was an experiment and it was during a time when Nintendo tried to pander to weebs, they released Bayonetta, Hyrule Warriors and Sm4sh (which had a shit ton of waifushit like Lucina and Palutena)
They realized that was destroying their family friendly image and during the development of games like Xenoblade and Fates and #FE they knew they messed up greenlighting those projects so they turned it all back to family friendly.
I've played Zestiria, Vesperia, Abyss, Graces, Xillia, Symphonia and Hearts R.
How are the other games? I know a bunch aren't translated, but I don't know much about emulation or patching. Are they worth the effort of tracking down?
I really liked Abyss
Everyone always says Vesperia is the best and they are made by the same team, but thy feel so different. I just started Vesperia im only about 20 hours in and its still hard adjusting
>people right now are playing Pokemon Go without ever playing a single real Pokemon game
Rate my keyboard /v/.
who chose him for sheriff
>there are idiots in /v/ who think left looks better than right
>left is muh perfect feminine face
>right is weeb dollface
>implying dollface doesn't look better than "muh perfect feminine" crackwhore trannyface
Stellafags need not apply.
I just bought a 3DS for the first time. What are some must have games?
Preferably no weabo shit
What's that game where you control an isometric view of soldiers and can destroy buildings brick for brick with physics?
It looked like Commandos but better.