Never played the original. Thinking of picking it up now.
It's a good port of the game and the game overall is good. It has a really slow start, though.
Also, if your PS3's resolution is above 720p, the game will have screen tearing at parts. If that bothers you, just set your PS3 to go to 720p at max before playing.
I started playing this two days ago.
Make sure you prepare a meal for this OP. This shit has a long intro (about 18 minutes iirc) with slow scrolling text and non-comprehensible language (like animal crossing).
Once you get through that, you're good.
>The game runs extremely well at 6X native resolution. The game has no graphical or audio glitches. This game looks better than the PS3 re-release.
Its essentially the Wii port sand motion controls. The original ending and credits are still missing due to Clover getting destroyed by Capcom and Capcom still wanting to milk the game's popularity.
It looks nice, but isn't a proper port, just like the others. Emulate the original for the same effect
I'm assuming. Is Okami even emulatable?
I thought it was pretty good. Gets a bit dull after a while, but it's still pretty fun for the most part. It's aged well for something that came out eight years ago. The art style is pretty nice if nothing else.
>The game has no graphical glitches
>This game looks better than the PS3 re-release.
Objectively false. If you're playing in Hardware mode you're missing the filter(it is a good thing though) but that in turn makes the game very very blurry which the PS3 version is not.
The emulated Wii version looks better than the PS3 but the PS2 version does not.
It does emulate perfectly though and its the ideal way to play the game if you don't care about the improved motion controls.
My gf beat this recently, 30 hour gametime (skipped most side-quests). Easy as shit though, you can hold 99x health potions and a bunch of other shit, not that you need anywhere near that many.
Pretty good, she says she prefers Okamiden though. Didn't get to watch her play that, might try it myself.
too long, simple as fuck dungeons, combat so easy that there is practically no failstate on many bosses because you can just mash one button and still survive.
But other then that, really good and plenty of feels for everyone.
>Pretty good, she says she prefers Okamiden though