Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Eolz, Aug 13, 2018.
He said that he uses the names of people who look after him or treat him well. That means there is a Real Kazuma Kiryu out there somewhere, wrestling bulls lol.
Nintendo doesn’t updated sales regularly, they just give million sellers within each FY. If F-Zero GX didn’t clear 1m globally within a FY then it wouldn’t get listed but it could still clear a million over 2+ FY and still never get listed.
Time to start the sequel for GX chants again to Nintendo.
So the reason for no new F-Zero is that they can't get a studio to make it?
Nice to see the Trademark Nagoshi-san lies... He did say how MS turned down Yakuza before (the project was started by the JSRF team) and sorry to give Nagoshi-san any sort of history lesson over SEGA. But Sammy didn't even buy the CSK shares until December 2003 before the complete take over in 2004, but which time Yakuza was long into production as Nagoshi san confirmed in his AV column over SEGA's HUGE project he wasn't allowed to say much about. If only Yu Suzuki or better yet Masayoshi Kikuchi was in charge of SEGA's consumer divisions rather than Nagoshi-san
I bought GX at full price so I did my part.
I just want a new F-Zero. Or GX / AC Remix. Something.
1,5M on GC is pretty decent. I don't understand Nintendo's tsance towards the franchise and this game alone. If you can't find a studio for a new one have one to remaster GX, they even have the source code.
Nagoshi sounds so cool, man.
Whoa whoa whoa... the series is in a sort of Golden Age right now, with titles like 0, Ishin, Kiwami 2, and Fist of the North Star being released under the Yakuza brand in recent years. By most accounts, these are all fantastic. Wouldn't have been possible without a decade's worth of work and refinement.
Would a F-Zero GX HD on Switch be possible without analog triggers?
My guess is he's counting the Player's Choice edition in those numbers because it just doesn't add up with what we know from when NPD was actually public.
Or more likely, he misheard something.
You win some, you lose some.
This was part of the Nagoshi interview, which has a thread already.
Seeing the turnaround for Yakuza especially in the West has been wild.
From the interview thread:
I mean I can't blame them I never saw the appeal of it until I played Zero and then ended up enjoying it quite a lot, I ruined it by then playing 6 I don't enjoy things once I know how it all ends so I have no desire to play the others now.
Things are very different now compared to 2005, to be fair.
Excellent job Sony.
Sega also rejected it twice.
Now look at them begging lol. Stick with PlayStation + PC Sega.
Just like SEGA and Sony initially.
And we also have a thread for this.
I don't understand. Was Sony involved in the development of the original game?
It's a shame Nagoshi's been been working almost exclusively on Yakuza or Yakuza-adjacent projects for the past decade. I'd love to see him branch back out to different genres/series.
Why was the Wii U version of 1 and 2 an "unmitigated disaster"?
I wanna know his take in Shenmue. Is it much?
Let me guess, Abriael wrote this one, right?
EDGE -> ResetERA -> Kotaku -> Dualshockers -> ResetERA
Just make fzero and stopped these...
If anyone doesn't mention it's him, I probably wouldn't know it...
Maybe they were worried that the real-life Yakuza would come after them or something?
I'd buy it if they ported it to Xbox
Good for them.
It's the same principle why Bayonetta ended up being Nintendo exclusive: Sony and Microsoft didn't care.
Maybe they should indeed release it elsewhere. Unless they want to stick to sub 1 million sales every time. Yakuza 0 released on Steam and sold rather well despite being nearly 2 years late.