Overview of current mahjong video-games

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Re: Overview of current mahjong video-games

Postby Barticle » Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:54 pm

One of the trailers showed some new minigames but it was very likely that they'd recycle some old ones too.

I have to say I'm not really a fan overall. Would've much preferred a sequel to sci-fi shooter, Binary Domain.

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Re: Overview of current mahjong video-games

Postby Ignatius » Sat Sep 22, 2018 12:46 am

Barticle wrote:One of the trailers showed some new minigames but it was very likely that they'd recycle some old ones too.

I have to say I'm not really a fan overall. Would've much preferred a sequel to sci-fi shooter, Binary Domain.


Tried the demo a few days ago, and I really liked the fluidity of the movement, specially when on the last fight just after the chase (which was pretty cool), when I changed to the combat style for 1vs1.

The story might be promising, it's an interesting change to be in Kamurocho with a detective.

Still, I need more information on it to decide if I'll buy it.

Extra: Don't remember if somebody already said something about it, but found a game on Steam called Mahjong Club, it's cheap, about 4 euro. And the English and Japanese comments are positive... Seems buyers liked it. It's a game with 咲-Saki style, with super powers, and looks good even if it's still in development to fix some issues and, maybe, add more content. It has potential to be one of the best japanese mahjong game on Steam (well, the bar for the best japanese mahjong game in Steam is yet to be set above "just good", so it's not a super hard challenge to beat).
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Re: Overview of current mahjong video-games

Postby Barticle » Fri Sep 28, 2018 9:36 pm

Barticle wrote:I see that a Switch edition of JanNavi released a couple of months ago also.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCVcoGxW-3E

This is a downloadable title but Amazon Japan is now listing a physical edition due in late November.


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