Reficul

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  1. I enjoyed Sun and Moon even if they did go a bit overboard with the cutscenes (if we can even call most of them that), especially during the first island. I appreciated what they did with Lillie, but wasn't satisfied with Hau as a rival when there was such a better character that could've filled that role in Gladion. Also, I preferred gyms to the waste of time that where trials. What I expected of what can be called the bosses of Pokémon is going through a "hard" area and face the boss at the end of it, not playing some mediocre ass mini-games like following rats or making food only to face one Pokémon with raised stats. By the time they actually let you face the Trial Captains they are already underleveled as shit. When it comes to stuff like Refresh/Amie, PokéStar Studios, etc. I agree with FFWF that they are useless. They just feel like something to entertain your little sister with when she begs to play. I mean, once you've petted or feed a Pokémon, you've basically done it to all 802 Pokémon. Something like the contests from gen 3 or the various battle facilities from the same gen plus 4 seem like a much better form of optional entertainment in a JRPG like Pokémon. Personally the way that I get attached to my Pokémon during any playthrough is through the battles we face, when X crits after it seemed like the battle was over, making your own Pokémon face the opponent's of the same species, having them evolve after a fierce battle against the rival, etc. and at the end of the day, after beating the Champion and having them registered in the Hall of Fame just looking at them and feel proud, like, yeah those are my boys.
  2. I would keep my expectations low, like, early PS3 low. GameFreak was already panicking when they had to actually move to the 3DS and we got this shit as an end product: Sure S&M looked much better, at least compared to the 6th gen games, but we did see that they where way out of their comfort zone by leaving sprites behind. The journey from actual reveal to release of their first in-house HD Pokémon title will be a damn wild ride to witness, way more than XY where, that's for sure.
  3. They're alluring to a main series game, that was the whole point of the announcement. If they where teasing anything other than that they wouldn't blatantly drop the word core, because games that haven't got a sequel in 12 years sure as hell aren't what I'd call core. If Nintendo never went through with the concept, GameFreak wouldn't have ever touched a home console with a core series game and if Nintendo moves on to separate home and handheld devices after the Switch, they'll absolutely go back to only releasing them on the handhelds again. Either way, I'm sure the masses won't be happy with the game. Most are expecting something like a MMO or something on the levels of Final Fantasy XV's graphics and open world gameplay while GameFreak is really reluctant to move away from their 20 years old formula.
  4. Core means main games. Colosseum and Gale of Darkness where spin-offs.
  5. I for one I'm happy to see them going back to those pseudo-edgy serious business stories from pre-Colors than have yet another sorry excuse for you to run around where Sonic taunts Eggman or has "comic" conversations with Tails before rushing to another stage.
  6. At ~ 2:30 there's a Nathan Drake portrait on the table to the left of the fireplace. Oh, and in Cortex Strikes Back's intro she's watching the Uncharted 4 scene where Nathan and Elena play Crash.
  7. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory will be coming to Europe in early 2018 for both the PS4 and Vita, physically and digitally respectively. The original team behind Cyber Sleuth will be back with Kazumasa Habu producing, Suzuhito Yasuda designing the characters and Masafumi Takada composing the soundtrack. It will feature the original Japanese voices with English and German subtitles, have 18 chapters, 73 new Digimon plus 30 new maps on top of 60 from Cyber Sleuth. Here are some screenshots:
  8. Next 0rder suffered majorly from the lack of power of the Vita. It had no FPS problems because it looked like absolute crap, even the Digimon models had less polygons compared to Cyber Sleuth. That was the reason they rebuilt much of the game instead of doing just a straight port for the PS4 like they did previously not only with Digimon, but also Sword Art Online. I doubt they just plain didn't want to release that version, they weren't confident it would sell. Otherwise they would have just dropped any Vita support, which isn't the case with the upcoming yet again SAO PS4/Vita title: Accel World vs Sword Art Online.
  9. I'm not so sure, Next 0rder's problems lied mostly on being an open world game on a portable, thus having to look like crap to run decently. The Story games are your typical JRPG, so I don't see Hacker's Memory looking much better on the PS4 nor having the need to N0 had, especially since both versions are being developed at the same time with the Vita's limits in mind. Cyber Sleuth also sold surprisingly well on the Vita in the west, so I wouldn't diminish the possibility of that version making it here even if it's digital online like in the case of the first game.
  10. A sequel to Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth released on the PS Vita in 2015 and later on the PS4 in 2016 was announced in the latest V-Jump issue, this time for both consoles at the same time. Hacker's Memory will be a sequel of sorts and its expected to release this year with the previous game packed in for Japan kinda like Sword Art Online: Game Director's Edition. The protagonist this time is a hacker called Keisuke Amazawa, a young man who was framed by a crime he did not commit. Like in the original Cyber Sleuth and Next 0rder, a female protag should be revealed later. Characters will be once again be designed by Suzuhito Yasuda, known mostly for his work on Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor. The core JRPG system of Cyber Sleuth will be back with some improvements, plus 320 Digimon will appear. The original Cyber Sleuth had around 250 Digimon after the free DLC that should return, plus the few new additions in Next 0rder and Linkz should leave us with at least 50 new Digimon. Some of the new revealed Digimon include: Dagomon Crescemon Grademon Golemon Catchmamemon Sangloupmon Baohackmon With the starters this time being: Tentomon, Gotsumon and Betamon.
  11. Streaming app for Smartphones, so expect some major bad quality plus "camera" work.
  12. It also comes with a winning lottery ticket, a marriage certificate with your now real waifu and a Porsche. All thanks to the absolute miracle makers at Mania Team. And let's not forget a solid 99 at Metacritic while we're at it!
  13. His moveset is as generic fire guy as it gets. While I'm not familiar with the character at all, I'm pretty sure he has nuclear powers as a whole, not just fire manipulation. Either way, I can't really say I'm looking forward to the game anymore. Between the expected GOTY version with all the excessive DLC included down the road, the again boring Batman wank roster and the in my opinion abysmal "realistic" + overboard armored artsyle, I don't see myself getting it for more than 15 bucks.
  14. Not gonna happen immediately, but people who are interested but not planning to get it in a while should keep an eye on it nonetheless since Capcom has been known for losing the rights of 3rd party properties and having the games removed from the online stores like in the case of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future and Marvel vs Capcom 3. Either way, this is not my cup of tea nor do I have nostalgia for those games nor the cartoons they're based upon, but it's nice from Capcom to make those titles available in anything that isn't a 30 years old console.