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Summer game fest thread 5pm ET

Posted on 6/7/24 at 3:06 pm
Posted by td01241
Savannah
Member since Nov 2012
23284 posts
Posted on 6/7/24 at 3:06 pm
I have really really low expectations but hope we get some good surprises. Anyone anticipating anything? Any predictions?

Some positives I think we might see

- lies of P DLC
- phantom blade 0 trailer with maybe demo announcement date
- Elden Rinng DLC launch trailer
- Final Astro bot trailer

Says a lot two of those are DLC
This post was edited on 6/7/24 at 3:09 pm
Posted by The Quiet One
Former United States
Member since Oct 2013
11614 posts
Posted on 6/7/24 at 3:22 pm to
Zero expectations. All I've played in the past few years is old games. One exception was running through Baldur's Gate 3. Fun game. Won't see another like it any time soon.

Don't mind me, just jaded cause I was hyped for AC in Japan and Silent Hill 2 remake and it looks like both of those games are fricked
Posted by td01241
Savannah
Member since Nov 2012
23284 posts
Posted on 6/7/24 at 3:24 pm to
Silent Hill 2 remake has the makings of an abomination. Making it for a “modern audience” completely misses the entire point of the game and what it was saying.
Posted by td01241
Savannah
Member since Nov 2012
23284 posts
Posted on 6/7/24 at 4:23 pm to
Opening the show with Atlus new IP with a talk from the director of the game. Called metaphor never heard of it though. Probs will be good for starved JRPg fans. Uses a FF job system. Seems the jobs with be the peoples “personas” and over 40 types in the game. Has my interest
This post was edited on 6/7/24 at 4:25 pm
Posted by td01241
Savannah
Member since Nov 2012
23284 posts
Posted on 6/8/24 at 3:33 am to
They actually showed real gameplay for phantom blade 0 or at least they claim the short trailer that ended show was all gameplay. No release yet. When they dropped that trailer last year it seemed no way that gameplay could be that fluid and beautiful in a fully rendered game. It’s real damn close. Definitely the game we should all be most excited for the rest of the year. I know it’s a PS game but idk if they’re doing day and date for PC since it’s 3rd party. It looks like it has the fluidity of Ghost of T, the hack and slash fluidly of stellar blade, the tightness of Sekiro, and a FromSoft like UI with item slots.

Here it is

I know most didn’t even watch so all should see this. It’s only 1 minutes 50 seconds. I’m not exaggerating when I say this may perhaps be the most fluid and well put together next gen has delivered.
This post was edited on 6/8/24 at 3:56 am
Posted by Josh Fenderman
Ron Don Volante's PlayPen
Member since Jul 2011
6731 posts
Posted on 6/8/24 at 7:55 am to
Truly blown away that you never heard of metaphor refantazio being the jrpg nerd you are.

It’s one I’m actually looking forward to and I’ve never played a persona game
Posted by td01241
Savannah
Member since Nov 2012
23284 posts
Posted on 6/8/24 at 7:56 am to
I can’t be on top of everything! Whose going to watch every final fantasy YouTube and bring the gospel to TD?
Posted by Sidicous
Middle of Nowhere
Member since Aug 2015
17721 posts
Posted on 6/8/24 at 8:33 am to
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Zero expectations. All I've played in the past few years is old games.


I am sticking with the older games because of the marketing trend of the industry.

Release incomplete, buggy, patchwork game. Then every few months release some form of DLC to fix and complete the original release. Such that 3-5 years in the real cost of the game is well over $100, with some studios approaching $1000 because they price each “faction” as a new DLC even when the original release relies upon said factions being in the game.

I prefer to wait for complete games that are totally playable at a simple single price point.

Then add in the EGS/social justice BS and the new games lose all appeal.
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