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MegaMan Battle Network Legacy Collection, yo! That's honestly the only new thing that really caught my eye during the direct. Everything else was very yeah whatever. Lorelei and the Laser Eyes has a cool aesthetic, and Blanc looks vey cute but I honestly don't know if I'll ever play either, especially with Blanc being seemingly co-op only?
I guess the new info for Sonic Frontiers was also kinda neat.
I'm excited for Scarlet & Violet, of course, but other than Pokémon, I can't wait for the sequel to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! LoZ is easily my second favorite video game series (Pokemon is first) so I'm always exited for a new game to come out even if I still haven't finished the older ones.
I don't really get excited about video games all that much, but I am mildly looking forward to Final Fantasy 16. I'm relieved to hear it isn't open world. Unlike most people, I don't tend to like that genre because it often means an incoherent/minimal story with an empty, boring space and little to do. It looks a bit too realistic and convoluted for my liking, but it'll be fun to watch my husband play it. [I'm really only into playing old school FFs, which they stopped making after FF10. Also, FF14, but that's an MMO, so it is a bit different from the more action-heavy stuff they lean into nowadays.]
Also am quite looking forward to the Crisis Core remake that's coming out. More so than FF16, honestly. That's a more simplified action battle system I could get into. Probably the thing I'm most excited about. Yes, I'm more excited about it than the FF7 remake, since this one doesn't deviate from the original so much that it might as well be a completely different thing.
Scarlet and Violet of course have my attention. But it's more tentative and nervous about how many of Legends Arceus' innovations will be cut out, because Game Freak tends to do that.
I would really look forward to the next installment of my most favorite game of all time: Valkyria Chronicles. Sadly, it hasn't been announced yet because the current chapter isn't selling that well.
While it's not always perfect, I'd do anything to see the franchise continue.
For now, though, Triangle Strategy is not a replacement but a similar experience in some regards.
New Digimon Survive trailer dropped! I'm honestly not sure whether this is new information or not because the game's just been in "Releasing Eventually" limbo for so long but I noticed at the end that the release date is the end of the month! I'm so pumped I've been waiting for this game for literal years at this point and it's finally happening!
It's the first time I am hearing about Mato Anomalies but from what I've seen it's exactly what I want: combination of retro/diesel punk and modern aesthetic, cool character designs and gritty asian noir atmosphere. I am not sure about the writing since it's a Chinese game and there is no manga level writing in Chinese games but, to be frank, I'd play it just for the atmosphere alone because it looks like all I ever wanted.
Finally, after waiting 3+ years from its announcement, I will soon be able to play Digimon Survive. My patience has been rewarded, as I just have to wait a few more days. And judging by what I've learned about this game it's gonna be a wild ride. And I'm looking forward to it. Hopefully they can be a bit more clear on the Guilmon bonus DLC thing upon release, as that's causing a lot of confusion. But overall I'm looking forward to this game. Hopefully it'll be well worth the wait.
Hearing the Ogre Battle overture there brings back so much nostaliga for me.
I initially thought it might be a smooted up port of the PSP version but there seem to be more changes than I first thought; individual levels are back and I've noticed characters have significantly more hit points than in the old versions (I haven't seen anyone else comment on that part, yet).