I don’t know about you, but I think Sega has been having a few really awesome years packed with mostly high-quality releases, HD upgrades (Bayonetta and Vanquish on PC are superb must-buys) and yep, even Sonic the Hedgehog blazing and bouncing back to his former 90’s glory. The latest big deal game, Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, is from the studio that makes the stellar Yakuza series and uses that game’s versatile engine to great effect.
I finally got around to playing the demo and yes, am currently downloading the full game as we speak. I’m still plowing through the enormously entertaining and borderline brilliant Valkyria Chronicles 4 (I should have a review up by Friday or Saturday) and I still haven’t gotten to the Sega Ages stuff on the Switch yet. Yeah, that will get sorted soon enough, but today, I’m going to be making some people dance for a bit (well, not quite like this, though):
Back in a bit.
Loved the manga, didn’t care for the anime movie. Will probably find a way to try this out.
As much as the animated movie messed up the story by cramming it onto a postcard, it did make me seek out the manga. That said, it’s a lot better than the live action 1995 version (which works really well as a crappy film with quite a cast): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xRxlusrAT4
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