Comment posted Top 8 New Faces of Gaming by Remahr.
Faith YES! Definitely there. Good list, even if I didn’t know two of them …
Recent comments by Remahr
- Inafune: Japan makes awful games
He’s fallen off the edge. Valkyria Chronicles is brilliant, as is Eternal Sonata, and Demon’s Souls was the most original game to come to this gen is years. And that’s just talking about this-gen! Look at Sony’s 3D capabilities, Gran Turismo 5 and Monster Hunter. Look at Nintendo and their Wii, and their 3DS, their constantly changing and pioneering technology.
He’s speaking with his damn pockets. “I want to study how westerners live, and make games that appeal to them.” So you’re going to try your hand at making an FPS, then? Be my guest. Even if you make a much better game than Halo or Call of Duty, you will sell but a tiny fraction of their titles.
God, why don’t you just try and direct a film, while you’re at it? Oh…
- What we want from The Last Guardian at TGS
yeah, everything here is basically what i want from them. a team ico collection is my most-wanted collection. forget bloody sly! i did sotc when it came out, but at 11, i was a year or two behind the ico release, and still haven’t gotten ’round to playing it, so i would definitely buy the collection! especially if it comes with a price tag similar to the gow collection. best £16 i ever spent!
- Pachter talks PS+
I don’t think they’re in much chance of having losses. PS+ is a good choice for hardcore gamers, with deals and freebies, and it’s a good choice for the company, because it’s a subscription service which their rival has been reaping the benefits of since this generation began.
- Media Molecule: We still feel independent
Good for them! Sony have a good library of first-party developers, but to get one as unique as Media Molecule was a very clever scoop.
- EA skips over Kinect, sticks with Move for Create
Only one of my 360-owning friends have any intention of buying Kinect at all, and it’s not looking very good for hardcore gamers at the moment. Perhaps Microsoft can improve it in the future, but I think it’s more just an experiment to see if they can branch out their hands to the casual audience.