Finally it's here, the much hyped Blue Dragon. I've only played a little so far, but I'm not disappointed at all. What a beautiful and fun game! Our complete impressions will have to wait for Gamersyde Diaries 3, but I'll already let you enjoy the first part of the game's long introduction. Parts 2 and 3 (and maybe 4) will be uploaded during the week-end. Update: The second part is now online, with some fights, a bit of exploration and of course lots of cutscenes. Update 2: Third and last part available, with some hilarious robot-parrot thing and finally the shadows! Update 3: I've been asked numerous times for yet another part so there it is, this time you'll get to see a bit more of the fighting and exploration system, and the first boss!
This game also officially kicks off our official partnership with the excellent import shop Play-Asia, that will supply us with import games for your enjoyment. If you can't wait for the official US release of Blue Dragon, I highly recommend buying it from them. I've been a customer for years before we started working together and I've never had a single complaint.
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I've had the pleasure of working on many pharmaceutical projects over the last decade. I'm not a doctor. Or a scientist. But I know how rigorous the FDA approval process is. (5 Hours ago)
Meta-studies are mostly good for trying to prove points on the internet. (5 Hours ago)
@droezelke: meta-studies aren't traditionally very reliable. A single study can be more convincing than many studies. Weighing the value of each against one another is a tricky bit of analysis. (5 Hours ago)