This is a move by Sega more so than Sony. For one, they're using the proceeds towards relief work, and two, that's really the only way they'd be able to do two things they want at the same time (release a theme, and help w/ relief).
There are some free themes available, I've downloaded a few whenever I was on my cousin's PS3 before he moved out. I also purchased like, 3, one for me, my cousin, and his brother. Point being, there are still themes you can get for free, sure they may not be as good as the paid ones, but that's how this works.
Demon's Souls I was incredibly hyped for. Usually that spells trouble. Like when I was super hyped for FF13 I just got let down. DS was one of the few games that not only met, but exceeded my expectations.
Needless to say I expect the next to be even better. They've learned a lot from the first game.
Post by HarlequinKnight on May 15, 2011 1:03:09 GMT -5
A bit late I know, but CAPCOM announced a "director's cut" of sorts for Dead Rising 2 entitled Dead Rising 2: Off The Record. It seems to be more of a re-imagining of the original DR2 but with Frank West in the lead and with all new twists and whatnot.
I'm not sure how to feel about this, Capcom dropped the ball pretty badly with Case Zero, but I'm an avid Dead Rising fan. Has anyone ever tried these director's cut sort of games? Are they generally worth forking out the cash for?