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Resonance of Fate (PS4/PC) rated by the German classification board (USK)

Durante

Dark Souls Man
Member
Oct 24, 2017
4,943
#2
YES YES YES

The only sad part is that I didn't get to do it, but this explains why they weren't willing to license it.

Please support arbitrary FPS. And ultrawide.
 

Yoshichan

The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
2,551
Sweden
#5
Seriously, I've been wanting this for so many fucking years. The game ran like shit on PS3 but I played it for at least 200 hours and 100%'d it. It was SUCH A GOOD game with such a rewarding and challenging combat system.
 

Durante

Dark Souls Man
Member
Oct 24, 2017
4,943
#26
I own it on PS3 and never finished it. This is a sign.
Same here. Or maybe I own it on 360. One of the two.

It was a game which was at the same time incredibly aesthetically pleasing and really let down by the rendering quality on those consoles.
 
Oct 28, 2017
12,380
#36
This is unironically the best day of my life.

I've been telling this whole forum how I'd love a remaster high and low.

Thank you Sega and Tri-Ace for granting my wish. The best JRPG of the generation will come back for another chance, this time without FF13 releasing in the same week
 
Oct 27, 2017
234
#37
Please have a physical release, please have a physical release!

I highly doubt it'll get one, but boy am I excited to see what they touched up in my all time favorite JRPG.
 
Oct 25, 2017
1,687
#38
Wonderful. I actually finished it (minus the extra content) back in the day.

Just shut off your brain regarding the plot and enjoy the stellar combat system and playing with fancy clothes & dressing your characters.
 
Oct 25, 2017
8,036
#45
I only played it a few hours back then on PS3, but I loved the aesthetics and super stylish combat. But I think the gameplay would've become too grindy for me to finish it. But I wish someone would make a similar stylish, guns-based turn-based/real-time hybrid battle-system again.