The Last Story Wii Scans Show Art, Screenshots

By Jorge Ba-oh 29.04.2010 10

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The latest batch of japanese magazine scans reveal the first screens and new artwork from Mistwalker and Nintendo's The Last Story.

We've got various battle sequences, locale and what's dubbed the "Stargazing Tower" where you'll talk about dreams and such. Thanks to Siliconera.

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Image for The Last Story Wii Scans Show Art, Screenshots


Image for The Last Story Wii Scans Show Art, Screenshots


Image for The Last Story Wii Scans Show Art, Screenshots
Box art for The Last Story
Developer

Mistwalker

Publisher

Nintendo

Genre

Real Time RPG

Players

1

C3 Score

Rated $score out of 10  9/10

Reader Score

Rated $score out of 10  9/10 (7 Votes)

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It looks beautiful, but I'm still not sure about the line targeting system, for me it ruins the feel of the great art design this game has. There's little point having great art if your going to ruin it by covering the screen with prompts and lines. Everything else looks fine, love the European looking environments..

It's a shame Xenoblade looks so poor in comparison.

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Seems that theyre pushing the wii to its limit, graphics look awesome. Cant wait, been lacking RPG's on the wii so far, with this, xenoblade and the recently released Fragile im a happy camper

Jim (guest) 29.04.2010#3

Squidboy said:
It looks beautiful, but I'm still not sure about the line targeting system, for me it ruins the feel of the great art design this game has. There's little point having great art if your going to ruin it by covering the screen with prompts and lines. Everything else looks fine, love the European looking environments..

It's a shame Xenoblade looks so poor in comparison.


Well it is a game at the end of the day, if all you want to do is look at it then just get some official wallpaper or somthing

Now all we need is a proper trailer to see this in motion. Will they show it at E3 or Tokio Game Show?

Looks absolutely gorgeous from those teeny screens, would definitely like to see more - liking the art direction and overworld design, very detailed!

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samus 87 (guest) 29.04.2010#6

maybe this is not shit, j will be happy hihihu Smilie

The wii definitely needs more RPGs... this could be a monopoly for them if done right. I might even sniff a hint of the smell of a new franchise?

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Amazing detail! Could beat out Monster Hunter Tri for best looking Wii game period!

Wow, it looks great, very nice art direction, and very detailed by the looks of it.

Can't wait to actually see some footage.

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There are some ingame-screens in there, too. I am curious, because they look awesome. I hope they look as good as they seem in the end.
Other screens are looking great, the game seems to hold some more serious cutscenes like in the best PS2-RPGs and not the funny and younger-audience-targeted ones in Crystal Bearers.

Seems to be a serious RPG, taht would be great! Xenoblade and this one may bring me the games I am waiting for since Wii launch... No, since good old Gamecube days.

I find your lack of faith disturbing!

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