This is true, but I don't think anyone's playing JRPGs for the immersion factor. The high points in that type of game are the story and the grab at the weaboo demographic with anime style artwork, effeminate male heroes and love interests that look 12 but the backstory tells you they've known the hero for 20 years.Raithnor said:Any game that requires a localization, such as when they bring a JRPG to North America, requires dialouge replacement without changing the visuals.
Kind of expected something more along these lines with regard to "gaming commandments." [http://www.cracked.com/article_16196_7-commandments-all-video-games-should-obey.html]Yahtzee Croshaw said:Extra Punctuation: Silent Hill 2
Yahtzee delivers unto us the four Commandments of cutscenes.
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Yes. Yahtzee killed his wife and got an invitation to a creepy town in the middle of nowhere - the only difference being that he drove home and picked up a couple of hookers in his version, and so he finds himself mildly interested to find out what would have happened to him if he'd stayed.Gunner_Guardian said:Yahtzee is there something your not telling us about Silent Hill 2 that reminds you of your personal life? Something that gave the game the extra mile with you?