the_angelripper has won 9,813 Trophies in 234 games
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Nice! How did you find it after all these years?
Tbh i didnt remember any of it xD i think i played 2 and 3 the most but i hardly remember those. Never played the 4th one
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But as a game it reminds me alot of resident evil, prob one of the same producers
The game hasnt aged well. Its shorter than the first re game and the acting is so cringey and bad. The story is really thin, no substance or character development
The combat is ok but nothing special. Overall just a mediocre experience
A mediocre experience, is that like going on a date you? Oh, well done too
Not as mediocre as your gaming skills. Oh, and thanks x
yeah i just beat it today myself and its deffo not as good as i thought it was gonna be. like u said combat and story was basic
4 was actually the best one i thought. had a lot more depth to the combat and the story was cool. this is the weakest one out of all of them.
they completetly redid the soundtrack because the original composer plagraised the work or something lol...even though the original OST was much better than this one
not gonna bother getting all trophies. to carry on playing this when i got much better games to play i really dont see the point. was nice to go back once but no more
i read about that actually but since i dont remember any of it, not even the ost it didnt bother me at all. I had fun going for plat. Hope they give us the rest onimushas
I really like Onimusha 2 back in the day but not so much the original. Hope the rest of them also get remastered as 2 would be a day 1 purchase for me. The original felt
Like it was exploring new ideas even at launch, but everything was refined in the sequels
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Well done m8
Done! Woot. Is Dandara on the cards?
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Nice one atsuma :)
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Very nice!! outstanding!
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wow, still going
eventually find out about it. Sigh.
there it is!
That happened to me once: but it fixed itself after I did a manual scan. I hope that's all it needs! :)
It didn't work. :/
Ah, nuts :(
It worked after I got a trophy, thanks for the help! :)
Oh good! I'm glad it's fixed!
I really do want to get this... but, I am still a ways off finishing Chaos;Child, nowehere near down with Stormblood, only just started Hollow Knight and A Hat in Time...
Resi 2 comes out in a little over a week . All in all, I think this might need to wait since it is just a remaster where the other games are new or a full remake
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like Resi 2. I do enjoy the original Onimusha, but the 2nd game is where it gets really good IMO and that would be day 1 purchase! Hope you enjoy
Thanks. Just want to support capcom hoping we will get the sequels too
I’ll purchase full price to support capcom.
The game is pretty cheap. Thought it wouldve cost more
This is how this game should've been packaged in the first place. Shame it never got a Western release, so you have to put up with foreign language menus to play it.
I still say this is my least favourite of the Miku games I've played due to the unoptimised controls making Extreme nigh-on impossible on the hardest songs.
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But the wealth of songs and better graphics/fps do make it enticing, admittedly...hope for a new game that combines the best of this with the other PS3 games.
is this like Future Tone? same gameplay but with new songs and movies?
It's all but the same game. All the songs from both FT/CT DLCs, Encore Packs but has 2 exclusive DX songs, plus the option to...ADD STICKERS to the PV!
Oh and a Plat, like it should have
The controls aren't really suited to a controller. It's possibly but at a higher level such as 8-10 stars extreme you an really feel the limitation of a controller (can
only hold so many buttons with two thumbs and index fingers). With that said I think it;s the best Hatsune Miku game. The skill ceiling is way higher, which means more
replay value and I prefer the hold gameplay over the other games. It feels more akin to skill rather than hitting buttons really quick and remembering certain note
patterns. Also the quality of life features like being able to replay certain parts of a song over and over instead of playing through the entire song is a huge
improvement. But anyway, I still really like both series. I think they're different enough that you can appreciate both the arcade and home console versions of Miku.
We haven't seen any proper Miku games for years now. It kinda makes me worried for the future of the series. They put out the VR game but who really cares about that...
BTW Future Tone is the only Miku game I can't beat any songs above 7 stars. Even the extreme 7 star songs are nigh on impossible for me lol.
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