00:44 - moonflash Back when Capcom had balls. Now they make shit like RE6 and Lost planet. No wonder they're bankrupt.
00:38 - !J.O.O.E.! Lel, yeah I did. - Onimusha had some great games.
00:33 - J. N. Joe: Did you know JewTube is actually real?
00:33 - moonflash lol JewTube. You should clear that up with you semitenet provider. :P This was the game I was talking about, spiritual prequel to Onimusha. [link]
00:16 - !J.O.O.E.! Can't stream jewtube for a while =( but a I agree. Prerendered backdrops are like amazing unique artworks. I hope there's a sudden resurgence of them.
00:12 - moonflash Pre rendered backdrops are like the chocolate Doritos of modern gaming. So much untapped potential waiting to be utilized. Even shitty games become awesome because of them, like this one [link]
00:01 - !J.O.O.E.! If they ever did do a remake it should remain faithful. Updated HD backdrops, better character models, script clean up. Don't think it should be 3D-ised though.
Akitsa 01. L'heure de vérité 02. Tour de Garde 03. Ne perdez jamais espoir 04. Arraché à la mort, forcé à vivre et mourir à nouveau 05. Voluptés pestilentielles
Ash Pool 06. Death Has No Mother 07. The Ash Pool 08. Gemini The Winter Night 09. De-Stoning The Ephesus House
Additional info Strictly limited split LP of esoteric and violent North American Black Metal co-released by Tour De Garde and Hospital Productions, available now. Four years in the making. Edition of 500.
Definitely as good as expected. All musicians involved (Dominick Fernow, Kris Lapke, Pierre-Marc Tremblay, etc) have been on a roll lately with all of their respective projects and labels, so it was not much of a surprise that this ruled.