Where the hell have I been? Yeah, not blogging for too many days and I’ve started to worry. Just want to drop in and say hi. I don’t normally blog when there’s no “Chinspiration” comes to me, but I do tweet with 140 word limit on Twitter everyday – follow @inspchin. There are so many things in my head that I’d like to write here but I still haven’t managed to complete “that” article right now. I’ll finish it and publish it in the next update (probably) – it would be the best from me yet. I just need some more time to actually lay down for a bit to produce something quality and original, can’t wait to show you the next update soon, I’m excited.
Had a lunch with NIS America couple of weeks ago, what an amazing team! If you’re interested in upcoming NIS America line-ups, follow @NISAmerica on Twitter and @NISAinEurope if you’re based in Europe. [L to R] Jack, Nao, Masa, Will, me, Tom.
Well, first of all, Warriors: Legends of Troy is released. @ZeitgeistReview has done a review for it, please have a look. I love the “Big Head” mode, I’m quite gutted that no one has actually told me this before until I checked the video. It’s the only thing that I’m not happy with. But check out the review, it’s amazing.
Nintendo 3DS has been released last Friday (March 25) and Samurai Warriors: Chronicles is one of the launch titles. Had a store visits with the team, took some pictures and been reading many positive feedbacks from the fans. I’ve tried this game on 3DS and it does look amazing. I like it because the 3D works really well with my eyes – when I run to the castle, and the soldiers run towards me, I can definitely see that in 3D. Apart from that, I like the real time character swapping on the battelfield. One thing I hate the most in Warriors series is running from the top of the map to the bottom of the map, then the key leader is in trouble, I have to run back to the top to protect him then run to the bottom to finish it – I find this frustrating sometimes. So by all this means, Samurai Warriors: Chronicles has pleased me so much because I can swap my character with 3 other officers anytime I want on the battlefield, and I can even command them to run to any area with the given action. You can choose to play as a Male or Female character, customize their style, outfit, colours and weapons, there are a lot of things you can do. Apart from that, I want to share this amazing guy un-boxing his Samurai Warriors: Chronicles copy. OMG, I’ve been watching this for more than 10 times now. I’ve even used my LaDiDa application on iPhone to auto tune his rap. He’s amazing!
Finally, Dynasty Warriors 7. You get a free pen by pre-ordering the game here, we still have some stocks left. Since I know you guys too much, you probably wouldn’t care about anything that I said here now apart from these DLC questions, so I’m now giving you all the answers that you’ve been questioning for quite a while now. Ready?
Q: The costume pack from the previous Dynasty Warriors as DLC?
A: Yes, and it’s free.
Q: Download-able stages and weapons?
A: Yes, with cost. Price TBC.
Q: Japanese voice option as a DLC for both PS3 and Xbox 360?
A: Yes, and it’s free, your dream has come true!
Q: Are these applied to both Europe and North America?
A: Yes and yes.
Closing Comment: As I’ve been cursed recently from some Dynasty Warriors fans swearing at me because the game has been slightly delayed, I’d like to say a big thank you for being so enthusiastic on the franchise, it’s good to see and I hope this article has made your day! Always feel free to visit back here and we can interact through the comments, and… DYNASTY WARRIORS IS MY LIFE!