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  1. mr_woo

    All things Yakuza! - Start with Yakuza Zero

    Yeah the Michiru sidequest was cut from the Yakuza 3 remaster. They even said at the time of the remaster announcements (as in Sega/RGG Studio) it would need some changes due to different social attitudes now in Japan and over the years Kiryu as a character has become more accepting/progressive. Whilst I'm not a fan of stuff being cut I can completely understand why, hell if you get caught by Michiru during one of the chases (they are all chase sidequests) you have Kiryu panting hold himself up against a wall with both hands going "That was worse than anything in the joint"
  2. Added english trailers just put on the Sega Of America youtube channel. So you can get an idea of the story
  3. So during the Sony Pre Tokyo Game Show stream, Nagoshi came on and announced the new RGG Studios game. It's a new IP, a detective action game set in Kamurucho. December release in Japan, demo out today on the JP PSN Store and confirmed as coming to the west in 2019 English trailers already out:
  4. Demo out on uk PSN now via the web store (store on PS4 doesnt appear to be updated yet). Download size around 8.5gbs. https://store.playstation.com/en-gb/product/EP0177-CUSA12788_00-HOKUTOGOTOTRGB00
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    All things Yakuza! - Start with Yakuza Zero

    As has been said Yakuza 0 is the perfect place to start and then Yakuza Kiwami after that. Yakuza Kiwami is a great remake but the game will feel more like an expansion to 0 for a few various reasons after having played 0. Looking forward to Kiwami 2 a lot, shipped today from Simplygames woooooooooo! (though I have family responsibilities tomorrow even if it does arrive, bleh )
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    Yakuza Kiwami 2: Blond Ambition

    Really looking forward to this as usual Got my copy ordered, would love it for the weekend but regardless, new Yakuza wooooooooooo. Plus FOTNS still to come in October.
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    Monster Hunter: World

    Ended up going with the insect glaive which I'm really enjoying. I want to get into them all eventually but think I'll go for a secondary ranged weapon as well, something like the bow or gun to add into the mix.
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    Monster Hunter: World

    Amazing game, put around 30 hours into it so far and feels like I've barely scratched the surface. Game could do with more optimisation and doesn't feel quite there yet. But then I'm on a GTX 970 and i5 2500k (which is beneath the minimum spec) so whilst I'm hoping to upgrade by the end of the year i'll make do for now. I also get that issue where I keep seeing pop ups of friends going into and out the game but it seems like an issue with the game itself I'm guessing. I'm curious as to what the QOL changes are in this compared to say the older ones. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate comes out at the end of August and I'm certainly tempted by it in the future. (saying that with this, Kiwami 2 and Fist Of The North Star by the end of the year who's got time!)
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    All things Yakuza! - Start with Yakuza Zero

    Three more days to the PC version of Yakuza 0 unlocking! I'm more excited about Kiwami 2 in August but by fuck will I for sure replay this on PC.
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    ONRUSH - A New Breed of Arcade Action

    Shit I didn't realise it had sold that badly. I was waiting for the PC release after loving the beta but fuck knows if that'll happen now. Regardless that's nothing compared to folks losing their jobs. That's a really shitty fucking response from Codemasters though, they need a slap for that. Closing the majority of a studio is 'normal business after a project wraps' ? Get tae fuck.
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    Resident Evil 4 HD pack

    Cris and Albert started working on this in Feb 2014 so have been working on it for nearly 4.5 years at this point. Albert actually lives in Spain if I recall correctly so it's easier for him to go to the texture sources (that they can find) and take photos. I actually remember Cris starting the thread for this at the beginning over on Neogaf and all he got was "why bother, spend your time doing something else", "Yeah right!" etc and now over 4 years later he's having the last laugh. Absolutely phenomenal work so far and what I love is how close they are trying to stay to the original sources as possible. Of course it's always going to be a little different just due to the nature of the work but this is a true labour of love. Not some of those shitty mods where they don't seem to even remotely respect the game they're moddings original inspirations etc.
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    Aliens: Colonial Marines by Gearbox

    It contributed to killing off Timegate Studios as well which is something I always found sad, mostly because I have a really soft spot for the Section 8 games.
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    Wreckfest - Bugbear (IBM Compatibles)

    It should be noted that Bugbear didn't do any Flatouts after 2/Ultimate Carnage so the latest Flatouts have nothing to do with them. The last game they did before Wreckfest was the, IMO, criminally underrated Ridge Racer Unbounded (which is a terrible Ridge Racer game but a fantastic Bugbear game). Definitely want to pick up Wreckfest sometime soon, looks fantastic.
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    Ys VIII - Lacrimosa of Dana

    Yeah I noticed it's been getting more and more patches and getting gradually better. Part of me is tempted to get it second hand for the PS4 as quite frankly NISAs bullshit in general has put me right off. I dread to think if they get their hands on any other Falcom games, especially the more text heavy ones.
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    Ys VIII - Lacrimosa of Dana

    Dying to play it as I absolutely love the Ys series but waiting for NISA to unfuck the PC version before buying. Real shame that they got it instead of XSeed.
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