I found it interesting that they call the war system "Real-Time Simulation
" in the blog. I believe in English, we call games like Warcraft, Starcraft, Age of Empires "Real-Time Strategy
---King Blog wrote:
■This may be an odd thing to say, but I noticed that the Queen has the breasts of a mother, but her sister has the breasts of an unmarried, young woman. Itâ€™s a great touch.
I think so too!!!
I noticed it because Iâ€™m a father of two. It really is great.
Is anyone familiar with the female breast? How does one determine whether a woman is a mother or not from the breasts?
King isn't refering to the breasts of the Queen or her sister despite the fact that he says he is talking about their breasts.
He's refering to the way they are dressed. The Queen, although having a character design almost certainly designed for fanservice, is dressed modestly. When King says, "The Queen has the breasts of a mother," King means that her clothes are entirely covering her breasts. Sialeeds has a great deal of cleavage in her character design. Hence the Queen having breasts like a mother and her sister having breasts like a single women. It's more or less based on the idea that someone would dress more modestly after they are married than before they are married.
The phrase itself is oddly written so I am assuming this particular variant might be something of a minor Japanese euphemism.
The improved war simulation seems like it is an mix of the rock, paper, scissors wars of Suikoden and the character based Suikoden III wars. I am looking forward to how it plays out. Although I wonder how much a battle could hurt the Prince's war efforts.
There has been a lot said about the multiple paths you can take within Suikoden V but usually having different paths for the character to take doesn't materialize the way we are told. It would be great if Suikoden V wasn't as linear as the usual RPG.