Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness was sent to us on June 27 and the French Post delivered the game in our mailbox yesterday, proving that sheepriding might not be the best way to ship something very quickly in the Parisian area. After playing the game for an hour, we can finally propose a bunch of gameplay videos of the PS4 version, the only one to be released outside of Japan. As you'll see, though technically limited, the game features some nice environments, but also some pretty horrible ones, reminding of the PS2 era. This new game by Tri-Ace seems pretty average from the looks of it, but it has its charms nonetheless if you miss the old schoold feel of Japanese role playing games. Juts don't expect the adventure to last very long as we have heard it ends after around 20 hours.
I'm relatively new to it, but fucking hell, does it ever work properly? it's always in a state. (2 minutes ago)
anyone elses PSN acting a bollox? (3 minutes ago)
used constantly even when flying straight. luckily i had an experienced pilot next to me who landed the plane :) (23 minutes ago)
yaw is used all the time, but the most obvious (and would often be impossible to do without) is landing. Especially during strong wind. I've flown a Cessna 172 in very strong wind and the pedals were (24 minutes ago)
@Tiz: simplifying it you can say that a control stick controls the x and y axis. (roll and pitch), while rudder pedals controls z (yaw): [url] (31 minutes ago)
@droezelke: sure is, you return it to gamestop for being a milking pos franchise. (1 Hour ago)
FC4 had a similar easter egg. (2 Hours ago)