it's in English.
Everything culminating in a "Super" game.
What's your speculation/wishes/hype?
I hope shenmue IV/vf6/or PD SAGA+SOA is somewhere in there.
You got a point unfortunately. Since Sega left the hardware business 20 years ago they lost the will the do risky stuffs. They got so many great ip in their sleeves and they do not use it. That is sad but it is true and cannot be denied at all.Call me cynical, but until I see SEGA out their money where their mouth is, I have very little confidence they'll be doing anything major with their intellectual properties. After all, SEGA has been one of the most risk-averse companies in the contemporary era only releasing what they know are safe bets and let someone else take the risks with their other franchises.
It's too late, the hype train has already flown off the rails in a trajectory heading directly towards the sun. There's no longer any saving us, god rest our souls.Guys don't take this previous post seriously; I was just joking.
God I want a translation of 2 so bad.A translated version of the old Sakura Wars games would also nice. I already have the english patched version of the Saturn Version but i would buy the ported version again together with 2 and 3 of course. Maybe they should translate and portt he ps2 remake of the first Sakura Wars and not the Saturn version. I would take both if I had the choice though.
This isn't a cynical or unreasonable thought to have, it's sadly very true. They're only dumping money into mediocre Sonic titles, the football management game and Yakuza because everyone knows Sonic, football is a popular sport and Yakuza which I am surprised makes them the kind of money it does. I don't dislike any of the newer Sonic titles, but none of them really stand out as anything amazing like the 90s titles, Sonic Adventure 1, Sonic Heroes and Sonic Generations. Those titles show that Sonic can be something special in the 3D era.Call me cynical, but until I see SEGA put their money where their mouth is, I have very little confidence they'll be doing anything major with their intellectual properties. After all, SEGA has been one of the most risk-averse companies in the contemporary era only releasing what they know are safe bets and let someone else take the risks with their other franchises.
Agreed. Shinobi with the modern tech would be cool. Tenchu would be even better to revive. We're starving for a new ninja title, especially after Sekiro and NiOh being let downs.If they revive Shinobi they will make a ton of money. I feel that gamers are begging for a new Ninja game.
Sekiro was not enjoyable in any capacity for me personally, which had nothing to do with the difficulty but rather with everything else. Early on in the game there's a giant chicken that attacks you that is taller than you, no joke. The gameplay isn't inspiring, the main character is boring and the lore is gritty and dark but doesn't seem to have anything to say. It's a shame to think it was originally rumored that was going to be a Tenchu game, I have no idea how Sekiro was birthed out of that. NiOh isn't great, but at least it's not bad.What was Sekiro like? That's the samurai Dark Souls, isn't it?