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    #2
    gawd, i actually feel offended on how the portrayed chinese here LOL. It is like watching every single John Wu and Shaw Brothers accent and caricature in 1 go !

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    #3
    This game look's pretty good tbh

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    Bloody wrote:
    It is like watching every single John Wu and Shaw Brothers accent and caricature in 1 go !
    Ummm, one of the main points of the game is that it pay great homage to classic HK action cinema.

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    #5
    Looks pretty interesting, although I gotta hate on all the objective and item highlighting. That stuff really should be left as a last resort for those that opt-in for an easy difficulty mode, rather than being made a core part of the game design.

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Ummm, one of the main points of the game is that it pay great homage to classic HK action cinema.
    yah being born and brought up in that environment, i can safely say the westernized viewpoint of classic HK action cinema is not alway shared by its locals... especially when all the voiceovers are painful to a native ear..

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    Bloody wrote:
    yah being born and brought up in that environment, i can safely say the westernized viewpoint of classic HK action cinema is not alway shared by its locals... especially when all the voiceovers are painful to a native ear..
    Well the HK cinema industry recorded the audio for the majority of their films post-sync for 3+ decades. You have no one to blame but yourselves.

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    #8
    I'd much rather have my country associated with cool HK films than hobbits and sheep.

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    #9
    You forget Ferngully 3: Dances with Blue Cat Men

    Anyway, screw you buddy, HK action cinema is largely awesome. Poetic art in motion > your cry baby "embarrassment".








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    #10
    I'm really looking forward to this game. Square Enix aren't being ****s either and I noticed that the game is $50 USD on Steam, colour me impressed.

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    Glad the brain trust figured out how to shoehorn in some QTEs!