Okami HD Pre-order PS4/Xbox One for £15.85 @ Base
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Okami HD Pre-order PS4/Xbox One for £15.85 @ Base

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Edited by:"ollieheath55"Found 4th Oct
Looks to be the cheapest place around to preorder this classic! Due for release on 12/12/17.

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Oh, this is getting a physical release? Now that's tempting...

Hopefully no IGN watermark this time!
Edited by: "Illusionary" 4th Oct

I'm glad it's not a full price game, needs to happen more often in the industry, especially for remasters, some games dont need to have the £45 RRP price tag on launch but people just do it because it's 'expected of them' which is why games drop so dramatically in price a month or two after launch

I've already got the Okami HD remaster on PS3, is it worth getting this? I haven't played the game yet.

Now imagine if Nintendo released this with their eye watering £45 price-tag. You'd still have (quite) a few Nintendo fans defending its price...

God bless Sony... And MS.
Edited by: "prankster101" 4th Oct

prankster10148 m ago

Now imagine if Nintendo released this with their eye watering £45 …Now imagine if Nintendo released this with their eye watering £45 price-tag. You'd still have (quite) a few Nintendo fans defending its price...God bless Sony... And MS.

It's a capcom game - they set the price...

Mccy_McFlinn3 m ago

It's a capcom game - they set the price...

Oh yeah... God bless Capcom.

Maybe this time I'll actually finish it. Owned it on both PS2 and 3 yet never seen it all through for some reason. Heat.

Zatos3 h, 17 m ago

I've already got the Okami HD remaster on PS3, is it worth getting this? I …I've already got the Okami HD remaster on PS3, is it worth getting this? I haven't played the game yet.


I'd argue not. I'm happy to be proven wrong...

Zatos4 h, 5 m ago

I've already got the Okami HD remaster on PS3, is it worth getting this? I …I've already got the Okami HD remaster on PS3, is it worth getting this? I haven't played the game yet.


Okami HD on PS3 was a curious beast - it had HD resolution with distinctly PS2-era draw distances. It was really odd going to a vantage point to look out over a sprawling vista and seeing almost no detail in front of you. The game had quite a few collectibles - you had to look everywhere for them, because if you didn't actually go behind that rock 10 yards away from you the game engine might not bother rendering them. If the re-re-master fixes those issues it will be worthwhile; if not then I can't see the point at all. PS3 version was one of the better games with Move support as well

stevenjameshyde54 m ago

Okami HD on PS3 was a curious beast - it had HD resolution with distinctly …Okami HD on PS3 was a curious beast - it had HD resolution with distinctly PS2-era draw distances. It was really odd going to a vantage point to look out over a sprawling vista and seeing almost no detail in front of you. The game had quite a few collectibles - you had to look everywhere for them, because if you didn't actually go behind that rock 10 yards away from you the game engine might not bother rendering them. If the re-re-master fixes those issues it will be worthwhile; if not then I can't see the point at all. PS3 version was one of the better games with Move support as well


In respect of draw distances I doubt that the PS4 version will be any different. Just a guess and I hope that I'm proved wrong.

Retroagv9 h, 38 m ago

I'm glad it's not a full price game, needs to happen more often in the …I'm glad it's not a full price game, needs to happen more often in the industry, especially for remasters, some games dont need to have the £45 RRP price tag on launch but people just do it because it's 'expected of them' which is why games drop so dramatically in price a month or two after launch


What remasters have been £45? Bear in mind the difference between remaster and remake.

Andy@XCite4 m ago

In respect of draw distances I doubt that the PS4 version will be any …In respect of draw distances I doubt that the PS4 version will be any different. Just a guess and I hope that I'm proved wrong.


Yer I don't expect any improvements either. 60fps and improved draw distances would be epic though.

adam081215 m ago

What remasters have been £45? Bear in mind the difference between remaster …What remasters have been £45? Bear in mind the difference between remaster and remake.


Well if we're talking Nintendo, I suppose that Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Pokken Tournament DX might count.

Edit: oh, and The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD.
Edited by: "Illusionary" 4th Oct

wasent the ps3 version like a tenner

Pre-ordered. One of the best games I've ever played, not too sure how it'll fair on PS4, but the visuals were incredible. Kind of hope it has Move support though, didn't feel as good playing with a standard controller.

Illusionary1 h, 6 m ago

Well if we're talking Nintendo, I suppose that Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and …Well if we're talking Nintendo, I suppose that Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Pokken Tournament DX might count.Edit: oh, and The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD.


Yer that's a good shout actually.

adam08123 h, 0 m ago

What remasters have been £45? Bear in mind the difference between remaster …What remasters have been £45? Bear in mind the difference between remaster and remake.


Bulletstorm, COD MW and DmC PS4/X1 were weren't they?

adam08123 h, 54 m ago

What remasters have been £45? Bear in mind the difference between remaster …What remasters have been £45? Bear in mind the difference between remaster and remake.


The obvious poster child is Skyrim - £49.99 RRP when released, and the VR version is the same again. Lego City Undercover is £50 on the PSN store. PS4 versions of Bulletstorm, Deadpool and Payday 2 are £45 apiece

olygrom2 h, 59 m ago

Bulletstorm, COD MW and DmC PS4/X1 were weren't they?


I think COD MW and DMC were slightly less, maybe £35 and £30 respectively but I could be wrong. Others have given some good examples that didnt occur to me.

stevenjameshyde18 h, 54 m ago

The obvious poster child is Skyrim - £49.99 RRP when released, and the VR …The obvious poster child is Skyrim - £49.99 RRP when released, and the VR version is the same again. Lego City Undercover is £50 on the PSN store. PS4 versions of Bulletstorm, Deadpool and Payday 2 are £45 apiece


If the VR didn't make me feel so nauseous, Skyrim VR would be worth every penny! Ah well... Here's hoping the next PS VR improves on whatever is needed so I can play it one day...

Knives_OuT2 h, 13 m ago

If the VR didn't make me feel so nauseous, Skyrim VR would be worth every …If the VR didn't make me feel so nauseous, Skyrim VR would be worth every penny! Ah well... Here's hoping the next PS VR improves on whatever is needed so I can play it one day...


I was ultra sick with psvr! But i am fine with most games now (rigs i cant play still) a few tips for you - if standing up make sure back of your legs are constantly touching something. Place a fan towards your face. Chew/smell ginger products. Start off with low intensity vr games like sitting down games. Move/turn your body when moving in-game. Plenty of breaks, its amazing how many times iv tried to lean on a table that isnt there.
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