quote: just search 1up for jeremy parish's ravings.
the harmonica was a gift at E3, and is totally awesome. it goes out of tune real fast, but it's still great!
it's a music/mech game in a 30s european setting. that's about all you need to know.
Jeremy says it's got framerate issues, which is off-putting. He also says that it's the closest you can get to Megaman Legends 3 at this point. I don't see how I an avoid it, really.
Shapermc 109th Post
"Trotportation" , posted Thu 25 May 09:24:
Just a warning for anyone who plans on getting this: taking your trotmobile around town is about the time you should go to the bathroom or make some tea. Some nice green tea.
That's what I did. Actually, both of them.
The rest of the game is pretty amazing so far barring some frame rate issues. It is spiritually a Megaman Legends game mixed with Viurta On (controls).
Actually, I just got--and am now wearing--a Spoiler (Highlight to view) - sombrero
End of Spoiler . This game is far to amazing.
[this message was edited by Shapermc on Thu 25 May 09:30]
Platinum Carpet V.I.P- Board Master
"Re(1):Trotportation" , posted Fri 26 May 07:58
quote: This game is far to amazing.
so it's got a ways to go, has it?
STOP - grammartime. oh oh oh!
anyway, what are you saying, you can just let your guy walk around while you get tea?
Shapermc 109th Post
"Re(2):Trotportation" , posted Fri 26 May 12:10
quote:anyway, what are you saying, you can just let your guy walk around while you get tea?
No, I am saying you have to, when you are in the towns. You have to pick a destination then just... wait for the trotmobile to get there. It can take a little while if you have to wait at a lot of traffic lights.
When you are going from town to town or just exploring the land scape you control the trotmobile.
Tailored Carpet V.I.P- Platinum Member
"Re(1):Steambot Chronicle a.k.a Bumpy Trot tom" , posted Mon 5 Jun 11:20
I hope everyone on this board has purchased this by now. A really great, sincere, laid-back game. Buy the damn thing.
quote: I hope everyone on this board has purchased this by now. A really great, sincere, laid-back game. Buy the damn thing.
I bought the Japanese version even if I got a free review copy in the US. But yes, the game is fantastic and fun, and the world isn't at stake this time, which is a relief. All the instraments are cool too, and oddly I think I like playing the acordian the most. I'm stuck on the UTC right now though. Four fights and no saves... ugh.