I loved that trailer. The battle system looks really fun, and for the most part the characters don't seem too jRPG-typical. The towns look awesome, and from what I've seen they're massive. Hopefully they are also highly interactive, not just superficially realistic.
The graphics are very nice, if a bit drab. jRPG's are typically too colourful, so I can't say I mind much.
I don't see much of the "player still in control during cutscenes" thing, which is disappointing, but I was never even sure what he meant by that. Hopefully the game takes a narrative-light approach, as clearly it won't be narrative-free.
The humming did seem really corny, and yes I'm disappointed this is yet another game that I probably can't play with other people in the room. My Wii is in the living room, I bought it as a social console. Then there's the reality that Japanese corniness is a big turn-off for much of the market, so is Western corniness (Red Steel 2 cut scenes were so bad I had to stop playing it with others around). If it turns out like that, sales will be limited to the typical audience.
WTF who are those peoples that stop playin a game bcuz theres friends around might laugh at em.If I was you I wouldnt even say that in a forum like here.I had some friend sayin some bad shit about Mario Galaxy 2 and I shut em up quick, if somebody gotta problem with the game your playin just tell em to go gtfo.
I agree that alot of JRPG have alot of corny scenes about timid teens around girls and other stuff that make it looks like ur character is about 5 years old.But I just dont play those games bcuz they annoyed me not bcuz they might annoyed some of my friends.
You will never get far in live if you ashamed of what other people might think of you.
Nintendo made me a gamer so I'd be stupid to ever try to forget that like so many people nowadays
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