Tru Blu have the license I believe so this wouldn't really affect anything. If anything I would have thought it would make it more unlikely for a niche product for an international publisher.
No mention on if they'll get the AFL license back and if so, would they allow short socks on players.
“Nacon pitched the acquisition as an extension of that positive approach to partnering that our two companies have enjoyed so far, and that they would support our vision to transition to AAA and become one of the world’s leading sports games developers, all while allowing Big Ant to remain autonomous but being able to lean on the resources that Nacon can provide,” Symons told Kotaku Australia.
The deal will help Big Ant “tackle new sports properties and expand the scope of the licensors that we work with,” according to Symons.
Lol, funny you should say that. About 10 years ago my brother in law said I would like Ninja Gaiden. The back and forth went something like that with me saying “Ninja Garden?“ about 6 times and him having to explain that it is “Gaiden”. In the end I had to see it spelt out on Google.I just realised that game is not called Ninja Garden.
The only racing games I have ever played are GT 4, 5 and 6. I am not a big racing gamer, so haven’t really looked into what others were like. I guess I am a fan of the vast amount of cars GT games have and the career modes in those games but happy to try a different racing option.Is Gran Turismo even a top 5 racing series anymore?
It used to be my favourite series, period, on the PS2 but I would definitely have Forza Horizon and Forza miles and miles ahead in the last 10 years. I haven't gone in depth with Grid, Dirt, Project Cars, Assetto or any others recently but GT6 was pretty sh*t. Felt ancient in a lot of ways.