You've been waiting for much too long for these videos, but finally they are here thanks to Bikoko who sent me the now months old demo of Lost Odyssey. We already knew it more or less, the version in the demo is in quite a sorry state, and I really wonder who got the strange idea to bundle it with hundreds of thousands of Famitsu Weekly. It's not that there isn't anything good there, but between the slowdowns, tearing, lighting issues and the total lack of content it's difficult to make an educated (and especially positive) opinion about what the final game will be. There still are two things that really bug me there and that most likely won't be fixed in the final game: The random fights feel like such a step back compared to Blue Dragon's excellent system, and again compared to Blue Dragon the totally static camera just feels awkward. Still, I have faith that Sakaguchi's team and Feel Plus will have another hit in their hands once Lost Odyssey will be finished.
Also worth mentioning is that I'm using a brand new 720p capture method with this video that gives me a much better image quality. The problem is that it slow downs the encoding by about 50% percent (about 3 hours for 10 minutes), so I'm asking you to confirm if the quality difference makes it worth the lost time.
@Sdarts: you should google meta studies for anti-depressants. Or talk to some honest psychiatrists. The efficacy of those products is almost the same as the placebo. (1 Hour ago)
fuckin' psn, what a shit service, always down ith some maintance. (2 Hours ago)
Which makes it even worse for those afflicted. And most either never get the treatment they need, or get it too late in life to make any real difference. (7 Hours ago)
But like you've said, most people think it's just an attitude/behaviour problem. Specially family members, who are the ones most close to the person afflicted and do nothing but criticize. (7 Hours ago)
Of all the patients with depression that take drugs for treatment, 80% live a "normal" life. It's only the 20% left that are "incurable" by today's medicine. (8 Hours ago)
What is Major Depression? The Signs, Symptoms & Treatment: [url] (8 Hours ago)
@droezelke: "The National Institute of Health has noted that approximately 80% of patients who seek treatment for major depression show improvement within four to six weeks." (8 Hours ago)