At the same time, it’s hard to keep a community interested without a constant influx of new players and Valve has made that very difficult to do by hiding dedicated servers from new players.
If you haven’t noticed that Microsoft as a company has been pivoting to the cloud company-wide, you haven’t been paying attention.
Except this “free DLC” is to fix the much hated Hellraid mode they released as paid DLC last year.
A 10-month old very poorly received paid expansion at that.
I mean, it’s not like YoshiP was wearing a bunch of T-shirts referencing scythes as well as having one resting against the back of Zenos’s chair in the teaser.
It might be a bit obscure, but either Wonder Boy III for the SMS or Dragon’s Curse for the TG-16 would be great candidates for a remake, since they were both basically the same game.
Code Veronica could also really use a remake, especially since it’s the canonical sequel to RE2.
Last I checked, Valve employee accounts gain access to a large number of games on Steam, so it’s very possible that the Steam client started crashing for their accounts.
Final Fantasy XIV, their biggest ongoing seller, is on their console and will remain so because Microsoft refused to share servers with PlayStation and PC players way back when and hasn’t budged on that. Read more
Final Fantasy XIV (the newer of the FF MMOs) is enough of a cash cow to keep the company afloat by itself, let alone any of the other big properties S-E owns.
For me, it would have been Stone Vigil, but I mea culpaed and realized I should have been upgrading my gear (I was leveling AST at the time, meaning that I wasn’t getting gear for said healer job as part of the MSQ).
I’m going to warn you right now: Stone Vigil has a noticeable spike in difficulty over the dungeons before it, namely because enemies hit much harder than they do in previous dungeons even for their normal attacks. Read more
You mean they’re not stupid enough to spend $660,000 on a physical object that has no intrinsic worth.
Since we’re on the subject, the Zero Escape games are also really good. Pretty sure they were influenced by 428: Shibuya Scramble.
Part of that is because the ARR voice studio was in North America while the current voice studio is in Europe.