Results 26 to 50 of 58

  1. Post
    #26

  2. Post
    #27
    I remember playing shenmue on the xbox.

    Possibly the most overrated game because it sort of became rare or something. It was just a simple game with nothing special or no amazing moments.

    6/10.

    Dont know why they would want to remaster that??

  3. Post
    #28
    How about a game of Lucky Hit?

    Last edited by EvaUnit02; 22nd August 2017 at 3:01 pm.

  4. Post
    #29
    Usergame wrote:
    I remember playing shenmue on the xbox.

    Possibly the most overrated game because it sort of became rare or something. It was just a simple game with nothing special or no amazing moments.

    6/10.

    Dont know why they would want to remaster that??
    Dumbest post of all time.

  5. Post
    #30
    Perma intense stare asian guy look..

  6. Post
    #31
    YES!
    WWG can now share that we’ve heard rumors from multiple sources linked with SEGA, claiming Shenmue 1 & 2 HD are real and are expected to release in the not-so-distant future.

    Our sources have claimed that the project has been in the works since 2016, and was originally scheduled to be announced some time around E3 2017 in June, but was held back for unknown reasons. It is possible this was done to find a more appropriate venue where it wouldn’t have to share the spotlight with so many big, new games, but that’s just one writer’s speculation.

    As you would imagine, it is supposedly a collection of both original Shenmue games remastered in HD. It’s rumored to be coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Whether or not the games will also arrive on Nintendo Switch is not something we are able to rule out definitively, but given the timing and lack of information about a Switch version, it seems unlikely (at least for now).
    Slide 1/2
    Still Projected for 2017
    shenmue 3
    (Photo: Sega)

    Recent rumors indicate that the HD remasters are currently still planned to release in 2017, but that goes without confirmation from SEGA itself and possibly could be shifted given that its reveal allegedly was, too.
    http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/09/...g-this-year/#1


    Sent from my ASUS_Z017DA using Tapatalk

  7. Post
    #32
    Shenmue HD collection coming to PC, PS4, Xb1! Such good news!

    "This is the definitive version of these all-time classics and will be the best Shenmue experience to date," Sega said. "The re-release will stay true to the originals with modernized features including fully scalable screen resolution, choice of modern or classic control schemes, PC graphics options, an updated user interface and the option to enjoy either the original Japanese or English voiceovers."

  8. Post
    #33
    Release date: August 27th 2019.



    Remasters of 1 & 2 are out today.
    https://store.steampowered.com/app/7...Shenmue_I__II/

  9. Post
    #34
    My wallllllet

  10. Post
    #35
    New trailer. It's looking a lot better than it was about 9 months ago.


  11. Post
    #36
    Epic exclusive now and they're not giving Kickstarter backers refunds. *golf clap*
    https://web.archive.org/web/20190611...ur.com/vsRGAQ5

    Name:  vsRGAQ5.png
Views: 210
Size:  67.0 KB

  12. Post
    #37
    Yikes. That's going down like a cup of cold sick. I know the game is using Unreal, and no doubt Deep Silver wants to keep more money in their pockets, but they should be honoring the original release plans at this point in development and releasing it on both platforms.

  13. Post
    #38
    Bloody wrote:
    Are you angry because they launched a PR campaign which is funded by backers ? You got to admit it is pretty smart of them..
    I don't know why Sony is getting praise for this, if they didn't want to fund the whole thing 100% then obviously they aren't 100% behind it despite having both the money and the PR. Launching a kickstarter from E3 is a disgrace, but no doubt more companies will start doing it for as long as it works
    . https://www.pornjk.com/tags/spankbang/ https://www.redtube.social https://www.porn600.me/tags/beeg/
    Last edited by mopakarim; 18th June 2019 at 11:19 am.

  14. Post
    #39
    wow the epic exclusive and no steam refund is a pretty vicious **** you to anyone wanting Steam. I guess i was so , so wrong in how much a a dick move the devs can go for.

  15. Post
    #40
    Out of curiosity, what is the NZ law around rewards based crowdfunding? Has NZ even put any protections in place? I see there's quite a bit around equity-based crowdfunding, but I can't find much on reward-based sites.

  16. Post
    #41
    This looks like a game from 2004, remastered in a modern engine.

    The voice acting sounds just as shit as the original games, I think that I'll probably play this with Japanese voices + subs.


  17. Post
    #42
    ^ The budget isn't exactly massive, and its a sequel to Shenmue still. The one thing I can say is each time they keep releasing more footage it at least looks closer and closer in tone to the original DC games, and that's a good thing. I'm kinda glad they kept the US voice cast the same where they could, the original wasn't great either. But at least you have the option between absurdly all over the place English voice cast and the decent Japanese ones.

    Also sounds like enough backlash has happened that they are re-evaluating the backer platform options at least. Although I'm sure the damage is done.

  18. Post
    #43
    Estumas wrote:
    I'm kinda glad they kept the US voice cast the same where they could, the original wasn't great either.
    Agreed, but you'd think that at least the likes of Ryo's VA could've improved his acting ability over the last 15 years. Acting must've been just a weekend part-time job for the guy.

  19. Post
    #44
    BURN_BABY wrote:
    Out of curiosity, what is the NZ law around rewards based crowdfunding? Has NZ even put any protections in place? I see there's quite a bit around equity-based crowdfunding, but I can't find much on reward-based sites.
    There are literally none. Because you're not buying a product. You are supporting an idea in the hopes of it being delivered.
    The sooner more people understand this the better.

    You are entitled to exactly nothing. Unless a person is 100% willing to kiss their backer money goodbye, don't back anything. I admit I struggled with this concept for a while.

  20. Post
    #45
    even Ideas like promises are supported by good faith laws all around the world. Basically you are entitled by law to have a reasonable expectations that ideas or promises made by a seller will be kept or at least reasonable expectations are made to deliver as promised. Refusing to deliver, changing the terms of service or delivery or expectations is a violation. Of course, this is all up to interpretation by a court of law. This is what most crowd funder devs count on the backers not willing or able to challenge.

  21. Post
    #46
    No, again. No. The sooner people stop using Kickstarter like a store the better for everyone.

    There is no "seller". Because there is no product or service on offer.

  22. Post
    #47
    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Agreed, but you'd think that at least the likes of Ryo's VA could've improved his acting ability over the last 15 years. Acting must've been just a weekend part-time job for the guy.
    You can blame Yu Suzuki for that directly, apparently he likes Corey's voice for Ryo according to several interviews I've seen over the years - including once again just this recent E3... so I expect he didn't want a thing changed.

  23. Post
    #48
    ChrisB wrote:
    No, again. No. The sooner people stop using Kickstarter like a store the better for everyone.

    There is no "seller". Because there is no product or service on offer.
    A UK court has already rejected that claim https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/0..._zx_vega_plus/

    It says: 'campaign owners are legally bound to perform on any promise to contributors, including delivering any perks'. The defendant says this was a perk. As far as the paperwork in relation to this transaction is concerned, the claimant produced documentation that was sent to him before he entered into the agreement to provide funding... It talks about the benefits of supporting, pledging £100 to receive a Vega Plus from the first production run. On that basis it would imply if you promised to pay £100 you would get a Vega Plus from the production run."

    The judge ruled that an implied contract of sale had been formed between Morton and RCL, and that RCL had breached the contract by failing to deliver the Vega Plus that Morton paid for.
    Imagine if I pre-ordered a game from a NZ store only to be told 'nope, that's now cancelled and you can't get your money back'. If things actually did work that way, you'd see retail stores all over the place offering promises in exchange for "donations". The only reason this sorta stuff is happening is because the law has, so far, failed to catch up. Good to see the UK catching on at least.

  24. Post
    #49
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects.../posts/2553891

    PC Physical version

    The PC Physical version will be delivered on disk. However, the disk will contain the Epic Games Store installer and not the actual game data.

    Here's some salt for your wound if you backed this

  25. Post
    #50
    Dicey wrote:
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects.../posts/2553891

    PC Physical version

    The PC Physical version will be delivered on disk. However, the disk will contain the Epic Games Store installer and not the actual game data.

    Here's some salt for your wound if you backed this
    IKR. I paid ~$280 for a physical Collector's Edition, I'd like to have a physical copy of the actual game.

    I'll take a look at my backer's survey to see if I can switch over to a PS4 copy.
    EDIT: Done! Getting it on PS4 now.