PS3 Demon's Souls [From Software - RPG]

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Aus der aktuellen Famitsu.

Publisher: Sony
Developer: From Software
- Action RPG


Sieht interessant aus :)
Handelt sich hierbei wohl schonmal um einend er 9 Sony-Games zur TGS - soll dort auch schon spielbar sein.
 
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jo habs grad gelesen.... ^^

aber macht from software gute RPGs :-?
ken nur AC von ihnen und da gefallen mir auch nur teil 2 und 3 die anderen sind grottig

Im Grunde sind Zweifel angebracht, wenn es um From Software geht. Jedoch scheint Sony bei dem Titel zu helfen, wenn Hilfe benötigt wird. Und ich denke mal, dass From Software gerne auf diese Hilfestellung zurückgreifen wird.

Ich rechne zwar erstmal nicht mit einem Überkracher, bin aber dennoch gespannt, wie es wird. Auf der TGS ist es ja bereits spielbar, da sollte es dann bessere Eindrücke geben.
 

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-From Software are huge fans of kings field.
-Sony Approached From Software to make a game for them.
-The director thinks it was a great timing when sony asked about the game. He was working on Armored Core game and his company was working on an rpg (Probably Enchanted Arms?). It was a while since they worked on a fantasy game (I think more of an action rpg game).
-From Software gets complete freedom to make the game.
-They get also lots of help from Sony when they need to.
-The main character is a From Software like character. They want to have their From Software flavour with the game and characters.
-The game doesn't necessary have to look amazing, they are more aiming for a good game with the right balance.
-You can swap items in realtime? (Not sure about that).
-They want the game to look very rpg like and it has elements to remind you from older rpgs.
-They had of like a trial and error with the balance of the game many times.
-They are not planning on making the game too hard like other action rpg games.

Ps. I took a quick look at the interview and it's by no means a 100% accurate information. Sorry if I made a few mistakes.

Paar Infos übersetzt.
 

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Klingt gut für mich und scheint auvch gut auszusehen. Ich auf die TGS gespannt wo man mehr zu sieht.
 

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Dieses Monster sieht ja schon mal fett aus und wenn Sony dabei hilft, wirds schon gut gehen. Die PRG Welle fängt langsam an...
 

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1UP "preview"?^^

In this week's issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine, Sony Computer Entertainment made the first announcement of Demon's Souls, a new "dark fantasy" action RPG under development by Armored Core makers From Software. The game, which will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show next week, is due out for the PlayStation 3 next year in Japan. While details are still scant on Demon's Soul, SCE Japan producer Takeshi Kajii described the game to Famitsu as a spiritual successor to King's Field, the From-developed first-person RPG that first hit it big on the original PlayStation. "I am a fan of From Software, but naturally that also means there are parts of their games I'm not satisfied with, too," he said. "If this was a new King's Field game, there would be areas we wouldn't be able to touch since they're part of the series; working together like this, we can try to make something really new."
Demon's Souls takes place in the kingdom of Boletaria, currently enshrouded in a deep fog thanks to its king inadvertently unleashing an ancient monster from his slumber. You, a nameless hero who you're free to customize Elder Scrolls-style, must penetrate into Boletaria and save the kingdom -- but like many US RPGs these days, the game is slated to be extremely open-ended. "You get only the barest minimum of a goal, and there's nothing forcing you to do anything in the game," Kajii said. "People say to you 'Save the world,' but you can ignore them and keep going if you like."
The way Kajii and From Software director Hidetaka Miyazaki described it, Demon's Souls is a bit of a hybrid -- an RPG that uses the PS3's hardware to the hilt while still retaining the challenge and exploration of traditional role-players. Your hero can use a wide variety of weapons, each of which has different attacks and animations depending on how skillful you are or whether you're using one hand or two, and the game's physics system places natural limits on what's possible in any given tactical situation. "We gave a lot of thought to how to make the fun and charms of a classic RPG interesting all over again with the latest technology at hand," Miyazaki noted. "We figured that doing the things that previous hardware ignored -- having long weapons bump into walls, lighting the area in realtime with the torch in your hand -- would make the game that much more fun. We're taking the things you did through menus in Wizardry and letting you carry them out in real life." (Miyazaki also hinted that while Demon's Souls won't have multiplayer, he would still like to "find a way to use the Internet to make the single-player mode more interesting.")
http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3170272

Quasi ein ost oblivion :p

Hier mal Kingsfiled auf der PSX

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4xGyDqYX2M
 

Phytagoras

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Ob das was wird?

Enchanted Arms war ja jetzt net so toll und auch der letzte Kingsfield-Teil für die PS3 war Crap.
 
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