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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by prowler, Mar 13, 2012.
Warning: Spoilers inside!
it looks more than nice, that's in game screens.
Really? I take that back, looks pretty damn epic.
Is there a reason for anime-ish style.
The battle scene reminds me of the GBA Golden Sun games, but the backdrop is 3D and is in HD.
Those look like cutscenes
If this game gets localised, I will buy a PS3 just for it. o.o
It's like a dream come true, a fully anime rpg.
too lazy to post a pic of "take all my money now"
but yeah, i want this
This is...interesting... Is that a 2D sprite with 360 degrees of rotation and animation? Because that is INSANE!!!!! If its a model HOLY COW THAT LOOKS LIKE ANIME!
Screens are nice but I will wait to see it in action- I liked most of imageepoch's stuff on the DS (not tried anything else) and they have or at least work with some good people but not enough for me to get excited before seeing more.
Doubt it will be enough for to sort out a PS3 setup (I think there are still a couple of YLOD ones around here I have been too lazy to reball) but I will have to remember it when emulation or something like it rolls around.
I've heard of 2D sprites, but this is ridiculous!
Prowler, stop posting fake news. Obviously no game can look that good.
I don't even like the whole anime aesthetic but this is just amazing.
Saw this a few weeks ago, and it would probably be one of the few reasons I would buy a PS3, cause it just looks incredible. This really hasn't been done before?
I'm starting to think that the PS3 and 360 have quite a bit more to offer with graphics (and why not controllers (Move/Kinect)) than we've seen so far. I'll possibly pick this up when it comes around
ps. 1000th post.
This is not a joke right?
That quality omg nice!
Spirits have been used as 3D model replacement all the time. In early FPS every object was a spirit. Later games used them similar to Tokitowa but it never looked really impressive. And modern games use them for far distanced objects to save system resources.