Post by Incog Neato on Nov 9, 2010 16:36:45 GMT -5
Ah, looks like it's the same one that was included with the emulated versions of Ys I - V that came with limited/premium edition of Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim. They were also ported by Project EGG, I believe.
I didn't run the page through any translation site but will the game be actually a Windows program or will it be the emulated thing again?
You just made me think of rhythm games which had me wonder when Falcom did those. ^^;;;
OMG... you may have inadvertently stumbled upon the best idea yet as to what Falcom's next game is.
A RHYTHM GAME.
I mean, seriously... why HASN'T Falcom released a rhythm game yet?! It would be sooooo awesome!!
Better yet, make it a rhythm-themed RPG, where combat is based on playing a round of Project Diva or something!
The reason they haven't made a rhythm game yet, is because they know that I, Paranoia Dragon, HATE rhythm games & all that they stand for! They wouldn't want to see me when I'm angry, so, they have not, & will not release any rhythm games ;D
Not too sure but I presume it's because digital transactions are just easier to deal with. Just to clarify, I was only talking about digital downloads. I'm not certain about shipping - apologies for the confusion.
Well, like I said. In Mother 3, you have to time your attack presses to the rhythm of the background music, to score chains of up to 16 hits! Granted, it's not a *requirement*, but if that were fleshed out even more, given a graphical interface for the beats, and perhaps different button-presses (...which is basically DDR in a nutshell!) then that would be almost exactly it!
// Which, I believe Regis means Mother 3, not EarthBound -- since EarthBound only refers to Mother 2 (and the Mother 1 prototype).
Last Edit: Nov 28, 2010 19:53:45 GMT -5 by Unsavory
It's a unique idea, certainly, but... I imagine it'd get tiring after a while -- if it's like most other RPGs, you cold probably count on hearing the same battle theme several times, unless they wrote a different battle theme for every single group of enemies (which would probably make it a pretty short game to keep that feasible).
Play Mother 3 sometime, Bugen. I kid you not, the sound test has 250 tracks (not counting the tunes that strangely aren't in the sound test or were unused), and they've given some bosses their own unique theme songs! It's a surprisingly lengthy game. Maybe not "FFVII lengthy", but most certainly appreciably lengthy!