- May 8, 2010
They could just, you know, tell us what it's about and how it plays instead being mysterious.
Mysterious done right = hype. Hype = better press.For.I.Am.Mad said:They could just, you know, tell us what it's about and how it plays instead being mysterious.
Agreed, I'm itching to try it. Unfortunately I live here in Ireland so I'm unlikely to even get a look in without smuggling it in with some heroin (the heroin will be paying for the smuggling).littlewisp said:Mysterious done right = hype. Hype = better press.For.I.Am.Mad said:They could just, you know, tell us what it's about and how it plays instead being mysterious.
Considering how many people are chomping at the bit, I'd say they are doing mysterious the right way. I'm interested.
Then surely you've also read that it's being developed by the same team that made the Persona series of RPGs. Aside from being some of the best JRPGs to come out in recent years, the third title from the series is well known for being one of the most mature takes on sexuality and gender issues that you can find in a video game.deth2munkies said:Two on the box art, one for every trailer, artwork, or even slight mentioning of something about this game. Someone on the staff has an unhealthy obsession with this game that looks by no means extraordinary.D_987 said:
I know, right? I'm sick of waiting months for some of the best games anybody is bothering to make this generation. The wait for Demon's Souls was 9 months! And well over a year if I consider the Japanese version. God knows when we'll get Catherine here in the EU. I'm 16 right now, and I was worried as to whether I'd be able to legally purchase it but all things considered, I'll probably be old enough by the time somebody bothers to release it here.broken-serenity said:Atlus should spend less time with this sort of thing and more time opening an EU office so more people can play there games around the world instead of just a token few in Asia and the US.