they should release the English one first :|raksmey1309 said:Ffx xiii coming to japan first soon yike! By all mean wait for the us release ]
There is one. It should be on at least the European and North American PlayStation Network.Well. I was actually going to buy them both at different times though.
I downloaded the Uncharted Demo, it was really cool. The aiming part was not so difficult, its like a third person shooter game. I might go for it.
But now to check if there is a Devil May Cry 4 Demo.
Not so much. This always struck me as a japanese fanboy argument. You need to know the language to understand any amount of subtlety in the acting. Otherwise all you can understand is basic emotion. (anime-samurai is happy! anime-samurai is sad. anime-samurai is angry!!! )Japanese Voice Acting on animes, games seem much more effective to me.
Took some time to answer but shortly, yes... It is worth it, the skirmish missions really are pretty boring but they're more like random battles in RPG's that you use to get exp and money as you do in Valkyria Chronicles, the actual story missions are much more interesting. The gameplay may first seem kind of dull but after you get the hang of it it gets better... Maybe I should actually make a review of this game in the reviews section? ...Well anyway, like I said earlier this game is one of the best for PS3, though those that don't like anime, J-RPG's, etc. might say different!:laugh:about Valkyria Chronicles, I have actually played the demo, but it doesnt seem so great.. It had only a tutorial and a skirmish mission, which seemed pretty dull.. As you said its a turn based strategy game.. what I really like about a game is the story. irrespective of the manner in which we play it.. If it has a good presentation, a good gameplay I would love to buy it and play. But is this game really that worth as you say, Radix865?
oO Since when did you have to buy demos for any system at all?I once downloaded the PC Demo for Devil May Cry 4, but given that my rig sucks ass, I couldnt even run it once. I wonder if I will have to buy the PS3 Demo. But I dont like to Buy demo's.
Because the ones choosing the voice actors are Japanese.If thats how its supposed to be for the voice acting, then they have got it both wrong.. However, I like the lead character to have a soft and gentle voice. I mean not like roaring, for example take FFX's Tidus English Voice. It fit perfectly to his personality and character. Most of the time with English Voice Acting, it doesnt happen, there always seems to have a problem with voice unfit to the specific character.
In most japanese versions voice fits perfectly.
but I was talking more about buying FFXIII if the japanese version had English subtitles. I couldnt care less if the voice was japanese if I get to know whats going on. XD
Um, according to the Final Fantasy XIII thread, they're charging for that demo, and PSX/PS2 games demos used to be sold on quarterly released CDs.oO Since when did you have to buy demos for any system at all?
No... all demos are free... and are supposed to be free. Now... beta versions are those that might not be free sometimes. But demos are all free.
Charging for the FFXIII demo? Well, the only demos I know that got any kind of real charge are those that require an XBox Live Gold account to download. Like... the Resident Evil 5 demo, and the Call of Duty 5 demo on the XBox 360. I think what they meant was that they might put it on only for XBox Live Gold accounts... maybe. It's ridiculous to charge like... maybe $10 for a 10-minute demo when you pay $50 more for the full game, right?Um, according to the Final Fantasy XIII thread, they're charging for that demo, and PSX/PS2 games demos used to be sold on quarterly released CDs.
That's a trial, not really a demo? IMO, a demo is only a small part of a game. Maybe with only 10% of its engine features intact. Trials are complete games that are for evaluation purposes only, and have limits upon them which you can remove for a charge of some sort.The 10 day trial of World of Warcraft used to sell for $1.99 on CD.
Eh... but you pay for only the magazines, right? They only include occasional demos for the heck of it. Again... you may still find them for free elsewhere, and any system with an HDD attached to itself may find free demos everywhere. Now... try not to confuse demos and trials as those are two different things altogether, imo.Some older XBOX and PC mags "sell" demos with the magazine, you're not just getting the magazine but demos as well, I think that's how some PC magazines still survive...
I respectfully disagree. Uncharted is far from being the best looking game imo, and it's only the best looking because of PS3 fanboys... (oh... figures...)and then they saw uncharted 2 which is one of the only game so far to REALLY push the ps3 to its limits ( caution watch out for ps3 explosions:lol: )
Besides its not "that" long since PS3 came out and so far it has always been with consoles that the longer its out the better the games start to look... I doubt they're anywhere near the so called limits of PS3, I mean look at PS2 games from the year it came out and compare to the PS2 games that came out last year or 2007...I respectfully disagree. Uncharted is far from being the best looking game imo, and it's only the best looking because of PS3 fanboys... (oh... figures...)
And Uncharted 2 is indeed far from being the only game to push the PS3 to its limits as well... again... because of fanboyism.
A limit of a console has no real... meaning. Really. :/ You want pretty graphics on your PS3? Grab a HDTV and a HDMI cable set. No really, I insist. Without an HDTV and an HDMI cable, the PS3 doesn't really show off its graphics.