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  1. Koby

    Free Games Megathread

    Wasteland 2 Director's Cut Digital Classic Edition is free on GOG for a limited time. https://www.gog.com/ You will also get a key to obtain Wasteland 1: The Original Classic as a bonus (click More -> Serial Keys on your Wasteland 2 page).
  2. RESIDENT EVIL 3 Resident Evil 3 comes to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC beginning April 3rd, 2020! Return to Raccoon City as Jill Valentine escapes an unstoppable pursuer in this re-imagining of the survival horror classic.
  3. Koby

    I can't believe my account still works

    Yeah, last I heard from you, you were in college with a group of friends working towards a career in developing games, if I remember correctly?
  4. Koby

    hi guys greeting from the philippines

    Welcome to Kametsu. Hope you enjoy your stay Harry Fernandez. PS. Philippine Mangoes are delicious.
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    I can't believe my account still works

    Yeah well, the site pretty much died January 2019 after the changes had to be made due to legal issues. The site no longer offers certain things. It's been fairly quiet here since as everyone seemingly abandoned the place overnight. Loyalty and friendship doesn't seem to mean as much these days. Probably around 10 people who actually chat on a weekly basis anymore. Though Discord and IRC are at times a good bit more active. I've kind of thought about lessening the presence of the forum, going more towards a blogging platform for the site, and having more of the discussion platform exist solely on Discord & relayed to IRC to kind of condense things and get more activity in one place, but I really don't want to do that because the Kametsu forum has been such a big part of my life for nearly 16 years now and turning to another chapter is kind of sad. All of the friends I had made from here have moved on though. Haven't watched the new Code Geass movie myself, but I've been keeping up with things regarding the series otherwise. Didn't watch the recap films where they changed certain events including a certain death no longer happening, which the latest film follows, but I did read a recap list of the changes done through those recaps.
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    I can't believe my account still works

    Oh wow it's my brother from India. How you been man?
  7. Koby

    hello everyone.

    Hello there shado! Welcome to Kametsu. Always great to see a new face.
  8. Koby

    Hello Everybody

    Welcome to Kametsu. Hope you like it here and stick around!
  9. Koby

    Latest Movie Trailers

    Disney's Mulan | Official Trailer
  10. Currently 8 games, but only 6 of those are officially in English. The two that aren't have fan translations though, with a redone translation about to finally release for Zero from the group known as Geofront. I've personally only played the first two Cold Steel games and barely started the first Sky. So I've got a long way to go. At least the Sky games are apparently much shorter than the Cold Steel games, because I spent around 100 hours on each of them.
  11. I'd definitely buy it if ever happened. Legend of Dragoon, the Shadow Hearts series, and the XenoSaga series are some of my favorite games but we've heard very little about them since their original release.
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    Free Games Megathread

    Zombie Driver HD is free to keep when you get it before Dec 5 @ 12:00pm. https://store.steampowered.com/app/220820/Zombie_Driver_HD/
  13. Nihon Falcom's JRPG series The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel has found a passionate audience in both Japan and western markets. Focusing on a band of military school cadets, the squad faces off against ever-growing threats across a wartorn land, while slowly building up their skills in combat and forming greater bonds of friendship. While Trails of Cold Steel 3 dropped for PlayStation 4 in the west last October, NIS America has revealed that the series will be making its debut on the Nintendo Switch next year. Coming sometime in Spring 2020, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3 will launch on the Nintendo Switch in the U.S. and Europe ahead of the Japan release--which is something of a first for the franchise. Earlier this year, Nihon Falcom president Toshihiro Kondo stated that he hoped to get more games on the Nintendo's portable console following the Switch release of Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. Published by NIS America, a Switch demo for Trails of Cold Steel 3 will also be available shortly around the time of the game's launch. In comparison to its PlayStation 4 counterpart; The Switch version runs at a locked 720p resolution and 30 frames-per-second in both docked and undocked modes. Just like the PS4 release, the Switch version of Trails of Cold Steel 3 will also launch with special editions of the game. With the Extracurricular Edition, you'll get the base game, a 20-page art book, and a reversible cover. Whereas with the Thors Academy Edition, it comes with everything in the previous collection, along with a box set including a steelbook, game soundtrack, postcards, and a Mishy plushie. All versions of the game, including the standard release, will also have all Trails of Cold Steel 3 DLC items packed in as well. Though the west just got the third entry in the series, the final entry--Trails of Cold Steel 4--has been out in Japan for over a year. As of this time, the developers at Falcom are already looking ahead with the Legends of Heroes franchise, teasing a new storyline focusing on another group of characters. Just before the western PS4 release of Trails of Cold Steel 3, Kondo spoke about the JRPG series, and why it takes so long to release the games in the west. "As creators, we would love for everybody to be able to play the game as soon as possible but the reality is, because these [games] are so story focused, we're actually still fiddling with the text up until the very end, and we won't let localization partners work on it until it's complete," said Kondo. "These games are known for their very luminous stories, and it takes a long time to translate. This one, for example, has 2.4 million Japanese characters, and it just takes time."
  14. Dragon Quest Heroes II was probably one of the most overlooked games of 2017. The hack and slash sequel had a solid combat system, an enjoyable story, and plenty of cool characters, but it just didn't seem to get the attention that it deserved. It was also a real improvement over the original, boasting a much better gameplay structure overall. Given the second game's quality, another sequel should be on the cards, but it sounds like the potential project has never been given the green light. According to director Tomohoki Sho -- who works under Koei Tecmo -- Dragon Quest Heroes 3 has been discussed, but putting it together would be quite a challenge. Speaking to Nintendo Everything, Sho says, "Obviously this is a Square Enix property so we can’t really say anything, but I have kind of mentioned to them before, ‘Shouldn’t we consider a third entry?" She continues: "So we’ve been talking a little about maybe putting out a third entry, but really the big thing is between I and II there were so many improvements made. If we were going to go from II to III, what else can we put in to really impress the players who played both games that will get them really excited and really emotionally moved by it? So there are a lot of hurdles. What would it be that we can put into the game? That’s still something we’re not sure how to do yet.” Indeed, a third game would have to be quite a step up, so Sho's comments on the situation make sense. Hopefully we'll see Dragon Quest Heroes 3 at some point.
  15. Cover art for a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis has appeared on Sony’s PlayStation Store. News of the leaked cover art comes via gamstat, which culls publicly available information from Sony’s API. In western markets the game will be titled Resident Evil 3. Alternate art includes a listing for Biohazard RE:3, likely intended for the Japanese market. A third piece of art refers to Biohazard RE:3 Z Version, likely an uncensored (or Z-rated in Japan by the Computer Entertainment Rating Organization) version of the game. Last year’s Resident Evil 2 remake also received a “Z Version” in Japan. The leaks come in advance of The Game Awards, which will stream live on Dec. 12, and could be home to an official reveal from Capcom. The third entry in the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil 3 was originally released in 1999. The survival horror game tells the story of Jill Valentine and her escape from an urban center affected by a biological weapon. That game’s boss, known as the Nemesis, features prominently in this new cover art. Today’s leak coincides with a report from YouTuber SpawnWave, who claimed to have credible reports that a remake was in development and on track for a 2020 launch. Eurogamer later reported similar details. In a financial report from October, Capcom called last year’s Resident Evil 2 remake an “indisputable success” for the company. The publisher said it would utilize dormant game properties and remakes to promote growth in the future. This isn’t the only Resident Evil game that developer Capcom has on the drawing board. Project Resistance — now apparently known as Resident Evil: Resistance — is a four-against-one online multiplayer game.
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