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Yes, more info on Quantum Theory! Looks awesome.
is FFXI for the PS3.... fake or real?
and can't wait for E3.... i want to know so much more about the new MGS.
Only time will tell. Still got a few days before the newest countdown ends..Church of $in. - Leader
Elite SOCOM Clan & BF:BC 2 Lone Wolf
Socom 4 -Fall 2010
"Time To Get Some Skill Noobs"
05-27-2009 #108"Trinity is an action RPG set in the world of Zill O'll. You lead three characters of different types, Aleus, Daguza, and Zelena, through a massive story that features plenty of optional sub quests.
The game's combat system is party-based, with all three characters using swords, magic, and other attacks to defeat the sometimes massive enemies. The fields of play themselves contribute to the action, changing as you cast magic and break down columns. As an example, you can freeze a lake to walk over it, or pick up a column that's fallen due to your attacks and use it as a weapon.
Speaking with Famitsu, the magazine that broke word of Trinity in its latest issue, producer Akihiro Suzuki and director Tomohiko Shou, both key members of the Dynasty Warriors development effort, revealed that Trinity's development started with the idea of applying Omega Force's action expertise to the RPG genre. The Zill O'll series was just one candidate as a possible series for the game at the game. Koei went with the series after investigations revealed that players in Japan wanted a fantasy-style RPG."Valkryia Chronicles is wonderful.
Interview with Tose:
This year, how have you felt in terms of what companies want more from you, in terms of development work? What consoles are people coming to you for assets or full development the most from Japan and here in the U.S.?
Mr. X: In Japan, it's still alright to get DS and Wii projects, and the PS3 is getting better in Japan, so we have one PS3 project. From the U.S. publishers, I am still trying to get more projects, but in this kind of economy, it's getting tougher than last year, but many developers are also trying to get projects from them. But for outsourcing stuff...
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