I'm gonna say December 6 for NA and hahahahafyou for Europe as for when this releases. Close to the anniversary of 4, and it means it can get one last push at PSX the prior weekend (kinda like Yakuza 5 did last year). And for my money, the battle transitions they showed in the accompanying interview might be the coolest in the history of RPGs. If this game doesn't win a Best Style award, shut down everything.
Now that I'm good and pissed off at an alleged "3DS Strategy RPG" that released last month, I'm diving into some Vita stuff I missed due to the Stella Glow->XCX doubleheader last year starting with Superbeat Xonic. Very Dancing All Night in its controls, music's decent but I probably should get more into it.
Having *not* booked my flight to E3 yet (combination of emergencies taking funds and hoping the Canadian dollar wins a race against flight pricing)... I don't know what I'm going to do now. Sounds like it'll be a nice retreat, and I suppose I could check out Persona 5 and get thrown out of the Sony booth for refusing VR demos.
I know that reviewers had the game as early as the Easter weekend. If he couldn't suck it up and reassign the review to someone in a month, he should probably pursue a new line of work. I might be reviewing a piece of s**t right now, but I'm going to have the goddamn common courtesy to produce a review, not that level of twatwaffle.
Not to mention the fact that they may not be allowed to make big announcements until after next week anyway (quiet period in the leadup to results). Still, if they do something early May, I suspect standard disclaimers will apply. And there's a possibility that the Treehouse Live will have a small (in the grand scheme of things) VC announcement if that's not being saved for E3.
Great, now I picture someone ITT as a presidential candidate who should have dropped out two months ago. Anyway, getting Link to the Past, might get DKC2 since those are the only relevant SNES games. But I still have to raid the spring sale anyway.