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ShogunRok

AKA Robert Ramsey

Male, United Kingdom

I'm the Associate Editor of Push Square. You may remember me from such articles as 'Why I'm The Real Commander Shepard' and 'I Can't Stop Killing Dragons'. Note: Articles mentioned may not actually exist. Yet.

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Thu 2nd February, 2012

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#1

ShogunRok commented on Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 (PS4):

@B0LAD3 Okay, so from what I can gather, the Gold Edition gets you eight extra story missions and a load of costumes. They're basically grouping up a lot of the DLC that came out in Japan into one pack. I can't find out much more than that, though.

I would assume that these story missions can be found in dream log mode, but again, I'm not sure. If I'm wrong and they're in story mode, you might have to beat the main story first.

In any case, I believe this is the pack that you get with the Gold Edition: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/addons/one-piece-pirate-warriors-3-story-pack/cid=EP0700-CUSA01742_00-OPPW3STORYBNDL01

Hope that helps!

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#11

ShogunRok commented on Review: Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influen...:

@GrafUlrich88 I'd love to do gameplay videos for every game I review, Nobunaga's Ambition included, but time is the main issue. There are so many games releasing from now until the new year that I'd struggle to find the time even to cover the blockbusters, let alone all of the indies and smaller Japanese titles that are coming to PS4.

It's perhaps something for the future, but right now, I'm sad to say that I just don't have the time!

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#15

ShogunRok commented on Japan's Censored Until Dawn's Most Grisly Scen...:

Censorship in Japan has always been weird. Like @SteveButler2210 says, I've seen things in anime or manga that's arguably way worse than this yet it's remained completely uncensored.

You could argue the same is true of the United States and other countries as well, though. Censorship in general is a strange beast.

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#16

ShogunRok commented on Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 (PS4):

@TwoPiece Sadly, it's the same situation here. You can only play co-op on missions that you've both either completed or have unlocked. An absolute pain, as is the fact that it still separates you when a level is cleared. Madness.

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#18

ShogunRok commented on Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 (PS4):

@PepperMintRex If all goes to plan we should have a review of the Vita version soon, hopefully next week.

@shonenjump86 Definitely. Pirate Warriors 2 didn't feature any official story stuff, but this one goes through all of the main plot points from the manga and anime. Even if you don't know One Piece, it should be decent fun.

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#29

ShogunRok commented on First Impressions: Call of Duty: Black Ops III...:

Really good read @DrJoeystein. Didn't get a chance to play the beta myself but it sounds like it could be another solid multiplayer offering after Advanced Warfare, which I quite liked when I reviewed it. Liking the sound of some of these changes - hopefully it'll do enough to satiate most fans.

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#33

ShogunRok commented on Fallout 4 Definitely Has a Chance of Outsellin...:

@ztpayne7 I have my doubts as well, but when you consider the amount of excitement for it... I mean, it's going up against the likes of Assassin's Creed, Call of Duty, and Star Wars Battlefront, and yet part of me thinks it has absolutely nothing to fear.

Bottom line is it's going to be big but to be bigger than Skyrim is going to be tough.

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#36

ShogunRok commented on Reaction: Destiny Has a Clear Plan, and It's t...:

@arnoldlayne83 @teknium_ I think Destiny's already heading in that direction with The Taken King. I mean, now that the level cap is based on experience, the endgame is going to become more and more about building characters. Finding the right gear, equipping the right skills, all to make your ideal build. I think, in a nutshell, that's going to be the main reason people will keep playing once they hit 40.

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#43

ShogunRok commented on Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent ...:

@Splat I think BioWare's pretty hit and miss with DLC. Mass Effect 2's Shadow Broker was superb, but the one with the hammerhead was a slog (because of the hammerhead itself). I did think Mass Effect 3's DLC was pretty good overall, though. Leviathan was an interesting adventure, Omega was... okay with some cool battles, and The Citadel was brilliant.

As for Dragon Age... The only truly good expansion I think the series has ever had was Awakening, and that was mostly because it was pretty massive.

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#46

ShogunRok commented on Feature: The Best PS4 Games of the Year So Far:

There's only one winner here, stop kidding yourselves people.

The only thing that can beat The Witcher 3, as far as I'm concerned, is Fallout 4, but I have my doubts that it'll actually be playable at launch. Good old Bethesda!

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#47

ShogunRok commented on Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hak...:

I understand this review's (very) late, but I figured it was worth doing it together with a review of the second expansion, The Descent, which will hopefully be published later today.

Needless to say, we couldn't review this at launch for reasons outside of our control.

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#48

ShogunRok commented on The Taken King Is Looking More and More Like W...:

@hYdeks What @kyleforrester87 says is true in my opinion. It's great as you're levelling up, finding good gear on a consistent basis, and blasting through the main missions, but the grind soon kicks in - that's when people tend to get sick of the game.

But yeah, it's already a lot better than it used to be in terms of actual grinding, and with TTK, it promises to get even better.

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#49

ShogunRok commented on Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires Will Conquer Vita ...:

@Matroska I wouldn't say they tend to run badly, but when compared to the console versions, it's clear that the latter is superior mostly because of the draw distance. Hundreds of enemies on screen is what Warriors games are all about, and without that, they do undoubtedly lose a chunk of their charm.