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Posted: Posted February 24th by Vandy
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As for me, not much of anything due to the busiest semester of school I've ever had. But hey, 9 more months and I'm done. :0

I try to play a level or two of Cuphead if I have a little time and have the itch to play something. Just something that can be played for 30 minutes or so with something felt accomplished within that time.

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When I have more time to commit, oot 3ds master quest. When I have less, terraria. I have some other games started as well but haven't gotten around to getting back to them

Posted February 24th by Xhin
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Sky's the limit

Persona 3 and a whole hell of a lot of Pokemon Showdown.

Posted February 24th by I killed Mufasa
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Picked up 20XX on Steam. Haven't been able to play it much, since the keyboard controls are kind of shit, but it looks good, so far. Going to play it some more when the 360 controller I ordered gets here. Been replaying Pokemon Red again, too.

EDIT: Oh, yeah. Forgot to put this in, earlier, but if you couldn't tell from the name, it's a Mega Man X clone. A really good one, too, going by the reviews.

Edited February 25th by Axem Great Water
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I thought 20XX would be the melee mod. lol I was hoping it was on PC without need of a dolphin emulator.

Posted February 26th by I killed Mufasa
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'Fraid not, friendo. If you're a Mega Man fan, though, it could be a good consolation prize.

Posted February 26th by Axem Great Water
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Been playing some Smash Bros Ultimate and Sega Genesis Classics on the Switch. In particular I've started Light Crusader and Phantasy Star 2. I ordered Valkyria Chronicles 4 for the Switch a couple days ago as it was 50 percent off on Amazon and it I liked the Demo, it should be delivered to my House today. I also occasionally get suckered into playing Fortnite with my Son. When I get time to sit down to play a console game I usually end up playing Halo 5 or Halo MCC.

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Q, do you enjoy Halo Reach? It's still got relatively active team slayer.

Posted February 27th by I killed Mufasa
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I have a love/hate relationship with reach. The Menu UI and character customization in Reach is the best in the series. The armor abilities are also pretty good and I loved the FireFight mode . However the recoil from shooting weapons is just silly and it has the worst hit detection. I used to hate playing swat as I would watch my bullets hit people in the face but fail to registers as a head shot, it would piss me off to the point of breaking controllers. I still got to the 3rd highest rank in multiplayer though.

If Halo 5 had the UI and customization of Reach, it would be a near perfect game IMO.

Posted February 27th by Q
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See I find Halo 5 lacking when you are on the receiving end of bullets. You get capped before you really know what's going on. Its too quiet and there's not enough impact. I find the running kind of silly. And yeah Reach's menu is beautiful. It's not a perfect game though. I think you can take too many hits before it feels like you should die sometimes when compared to Halo 3.

Halo 3 has easily the best multiplayer levels too. If Halo 3 had Sprint and maybe jetpack it would be the best game in my books. I just love the way the weapons and melee feel in that game.

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Running, clambering and the ability to dodge add alot more mobility to the gameplay. It also fits in with Spartans being faster, stronger and more agile than any other human soldier and an equal to a Elite.

Halo 5 actually has quite a bit of Halo 3 maps in it, espicially the popular ones and over the past weekend had a Halo 3 mode where all levels and gameplay settings were from Halo 3.

Posted February 27th by Q
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I realize that but they look so stagnant and lifeless in Halo 5. I can appreciate that they are there though. I just wish they'd add more polish, like the plants and stuff that used to be there. I'd like to see Sword Base added to 5. I've never really enjoyed the dodging mechanic in halo 5, it's just one extra thing to think about and I suck at timing it or making much utility out of it. Mostly I end up using it out of desperation. It's kind of like Fox's utility move in SSBM where he can end up going in any direction after he starts using it and you have no idea which direction he's going to go. I don't see it as being skillful, it's just a way to wave dash in Halo 5 and be super annoying. Not sure what clambering is. I prefer the sprinting feel and button in Reach to the seemingly casual running in 5.

It's fine though you're entitled to like what you want, and Halo 5 is certainly playable and a competent shooter. It's certainly better than anything released since it came out. One other thing I really really hate about it is the announcer seems so off like he's on drugs or something and the starting beeps before a game don't sound like they used to. Small complaints sure, but it ruins the halo immersion for me.

I was playing the Halo 3 mode last night. I wish that wasn't a casual occasional event and that it stayed.

Edit: If Clambering is climbing up on to things then I actually do like that feature.

Edited February 27th by I killed Mufasa
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Well good thing there's the Halo MCC. Go to the multiplayer and set it to only match you up in Halo 3 maps and you'll be golden.

"Not sure what clambering is."

That's when you jump at a ledge and if you aren't high enough you'll grab it and climb up.

" I don't see it as being skillful, it's just a way to wave dash in Halo 5 and be super annoying."

It's mainly meant for trying to dodge enemy fire so if you are in a duel with someone you can dodge to the side to through thier aim off and give you an edge. If you remember to dodge as soon as someone fires at you then you can focus on returning fire.

"One other thing I really really hate about it is the announcer seems so off like he's on drugs or something and the starting beeps before a game don't sound like they used to. Small complaints sure, but it ruins the halo immersion for me."

Starting with Halo 4, 343i changed announcers I think. Or atleast the way they recorded the audio and it does sound noticably different than Halo 1-3 and Reach. 343i also added the countdown timer before a match started with Halo 4 instead of the match just starting like it did in previous Halo games.

Posted February 27th by Q
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Well good thing there's the Halo MCC. Go to the multiplayer and set it to only match you up in Halo 3 maps and you'll be golden.

If you can even find a game that is.

Starting with Halo 4, 343i changed announcers I think.

I am pretty sure it's actually the same guy doing the announcing. It's not the way they recorded it, it's the weird way he says everything. I swear he's on drugs or just trying too hard. They should have just used the Halo 3 audio files. Bleh. There's no excuse for the beeps sounding so weird.

It's mainly meant for trying to dodge enemy fire so if you are in a duel with someone you can dodge to the side to through thier aim off and give you an edge. If you remember to dodge as soon as someone fires at you then you can focus on returning fire.

I would rather a jetpack or power armour to avoid things. That's just me though.

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"If you can even find a game that is. "

When was the last time you played MCC? 343i has really overhauled the matchmaking system and it doesnt take as long to find games anymore. Most of the time I have it set to only Halo 2 mode and I find games pretty quickly and when you set it to include all modes, Halo 3 gets played fairly regularly.

Posted February 27th by Q
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Last night. I ended up having to try for a general game because Halo 3 team arena had no one on there. I'd probably have better luck if I booted up actual Halo 3. That game is dated though. And everyone hacks anyway. They hack a lot in Reach too but it's not quite as bad.

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Try the Social Matchmaking instead of the ranked, you'll have better luck.

Posted February 27th by Q
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I've been playing Apex Legends on PS4 since launch. It's not the be-all and end-all of shooters, but it's by far the most fun I've had with a BR game. The gunplay is smooth and punchy, map is well-designed, and the ping system is a godsend. There are still some QoL improvements to be made (some weapon balancing, keeping the same squad for your next game, marking enemies/allies more clearly), but for a brand new F2P BR game, it's pretty fucking impressive. Actually kind of glad it came along too, because I've been burnt out on Overwatch for so damn long now that I really needed something else to pull me away.

Posted February 28th by Orion Nebula
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I tried one match of apex. A younger me would love this. Beautiful game. Thr sliding is pretty dope.

I started re2 remake claire b story. Ot is suppose to be harder but I switched thr difficulty to assisted. (Im just trying to enjoy the game tbh) it plays slightly like a different game as they start you off in a different area and all the enemies and items are switched.

I also tried the devil may cry 5 demo. Gorgeous looking game but the movement is clunky so are the controls.

Posted March 3rd by S.o.h.
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Just finished No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again on Switch, and getting back on Pokemon Let's Go Eevee. Will try to multitask that with Doom.

After Eevee is done ( hopefully by end of March) I'm gonna go and try to beat Dark Souls and maybe start on Octopath Traveler.

Posted March 3rd by ShadowFox08
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I beat claires second run in re2. Overall a great game. Definitely in my top 5 of this generation.

I played around a bit as the 4th survivor. I got murdered when I reached the parking garage.

Posted March 5th by S.o.h.
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After Eevee is done ( hopefully by end of March) I'm gonna go and try to beat Dark Souls


I would be really interested in hearing how your Dark Souls experience goes, as someone that is a Nintendo-only player of games. FYI I've tried to play it about 4 times now and I never make it more than about 4 hours in. It just does not grab me. Which is weird because it seems perfect for me - single player, primary swords combat, no hand-holding, figure things out on your own, get your ass kicked repeatedly.

Edited March 7th by Vandy
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[I just began Dark Souls]

Here's where I made my post about starting Dark Souls. Featuring ?huh? for extra nostalgia.

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I need a little break from RuneScape and I recently realized that the Doom II modding community is still going after all these years, so I installed D2 yesterday. Maybe I can even get my roommate in on some multiplayer action.

Posted March 7th by nullfather
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I beat the 4th survivor yesterday. Fun game mode. I played as tofu and got to the Second floor of the Police Station.

I am happy capcom hit this remake out of the park. I am open to a RE3 remake myself. I got a notification of trade ins being higher if you put them towards another capcom title. I traded in RE2 for Devil May Cry 5 and I preordered Sekiro.

My goal is to complete DMC5, trade it in towards Sekiro, beat that and then trade it in for a PSN Card. Realistically there are no more games that interest me for this year. I plan to use a PSN card to pick up FF9 for the PS4. Mostly to see what all the fuss is about.

Posted March 7th by S.O.H.
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@Vandy You could always try elsewhere in the series. The original Dark Souls never quite hooked me for whatever reason, but I loved DSII and DSIII, and especially Bloodborne (to the point where I went out of my way to platinum it - the only game I've ever wanted to do that for).

Posted March 8th by Orion Nebula
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That is entirely possible, but it's hard to justify purchasing another game after not liking its predecessor.

I have the same concerns with Witcher 3 after not liking Witcher 2 at all.

Posted March 8th by Vandy
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I would echo Orion on Dark Souls III. I've made a few attempts at the original Dark Souls over the years, but it never really managed to hold my interest long enough to finish it. I bought DSIII at release and played all the way through it, then did some co-op playthroughs and different solo builds over the years. I think it's easily the best entry in the DS series.

Bloodborne is great too, but I have to admit I haven't finished it yet. Got pretty far into a co-op playthrough and then lost my co-op partner.

Posted March 9th by Count Dooku
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I agree with every one else when it comes to dark souls. Like yea it's good but I can be dated at times. I much prefer DS2. The vanilla version of which is the easiest soul game by far.

Posted March 9th by S.o.h.
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[I just began Dark Souls]

The advice I gave in that thread totally holds up. Grinding is not necessary. Upgrading your weapons is.

Dark Souls is, without question, my favorite game. I can't look at things like the Crystal Caves or the Demon Ruins and claim that it's perfect, but I'll take it over it's far more polished sequels at least most of the time. Dark Souls 2 really leans into its difficulty, and not always in a way that I like, but it has enough good ideas to be consistently interesting. Scholar of the First Sin is the definitive version though. Dark Souls 3 is closer in spirit to the original, and it's reliance on callbacks occasionally feel like pandering. Story-wise I was disappointed, but it sure does play well. I'd probably rank the Soulsbourne series like this: DS1 > Bloodborne > DS2 > DS3 > Demon's Souls. Two of these games break my top five, and they'd all break my top 50, if I bothered to figure it out. From Software has managed to tap into something that really speaks to my interests, and I eagerly anticipate Sekiro later this month. Let's hope my computer can run it.

There's a magic of Dark Souls 1 that transcends its imperfections. This may not be true for everyone but I still can't stop myself from urging skeptics to give it second, third, or fourth chances. One thing that often goes unremarked upon is the brevity of DS1. It's a 20 hour game at most for an experienced player. I beat it at SL1 in about 35 hours despite not being very good or even attempting to go for time, and this is a feat that you'd be hard pressed to repeat in the sequels.

That is, I think there's something to DS1 that separates it from its siblings. There's a reason why the phenomenon didn't begin with Demon's Souls, and why everyone remembers Solaire and Siegmeyer over anyone from the sequels. I've been tempted to try and write about why that is, but the internet is filled to the brim with pretentious essays about Dark Souls. I don't know that I can do better than three dozen other people already have, but I may make the attempt at some point anyway. Until then, I can only continue to assert that Dark Souls is, as far as I am able to tell, the most essential video game.

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I can be wrong but I thought the cult like success of demon souls pushed games like dark souls into the spot light.

I personally loved demon souls the most.

Posted March 9th by S.o h.
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Demon's Souls was a successful cult game, but Dark Souls reached a level of success that its predecessor never dreamed of. It created a robust online community that Demon's Souls never had, and it did so basically overnight.

Anyway, I managed to dig up my original "review" I wrote for this forum, from April of 2012. A lot of the punctuation is messed up for whatever reason but it still reads okay and is less pretentious than I might have otherwise made it:


I could continue to gush about the game's atmosphere and story, weapon and magic variety, wicked boss designs, and so on, but that would make this entirely too long. Dark Souls is a game for those of us who have been playing games for a significant portion of our lives. It will likely be impenetrable to anyone else. The truth is that I do not need every game to validate my history as a gamer, because Dark Souls and games like it do so more than enough on their own. I would even argue that Dark Souls manages to satisfy this niche better than anything that has attempted it in recent memory. If nothing else, Dark Souls provides an experience that is impossible to find in any other game, and the satisfaction found after defeating a particularly difficult boss and adding your "I did it!" message along with dozens of others that litter the floor of the boss room is unparalleled.

http://gtx0.com/view.php?post=62830
I do take minor issue with part of this summary however. Dark Souls really isn't all that niche, let alone "impenetrable" for most people. The secret to its success is an undeniable accessibility, even in spite of a respectable difficulty curve. It may not pull from the King Games crowd, but Soulsbourne has become, in a word, mainstream, and we're all better off for it.

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That is entirely possible, but it's hard to justify purchasing another game after not liking its predecessor.

I have the same concerns with Witcher 3 after not liking Witcher 2 at all.


Completely understandable, however both Dark Souls and The Witcher saw marked improvements across the board from their predecessors, including being a bit more on the "accessible" side.

Again, this is coming from someone who was in the same boat as you - hated the feel and look of Dark Souls, found The Witcher 2 to be a giant slog and couldn't finish it - but ended up falling in love with both series through other entries.

Posted March 9th by Orion Nebula
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I'm on mission 7 of devil may cry 5. Beautiful game but the number of loading screens is too dam high. The game play is not as fluid as I would like but I am enjoying it. I am lost as far as the story goes. Even with the recap.

It is not much of an issue as I only played DMC3 and noyhing else.

Posted March 11th by S.o.h.
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haven't touched one since 3 but DMC without fluid combat is a travesty so that sounds most regrettable

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yeah whats crazy to me is that DMC 3 had some really fluid gameplay. Stringing up combos was a breeze. With this game not so much. I really dont like how we cant really interchange between the robotic arms you get. They must be destroyed before you can change to the next one.

I am on mission 9 now and there are 20 total.

Posted March 11th by s.o.h.
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It's fluid so long as you're chaining combos together, as it's always been with that series. For myself, it feels like a great mix between 4 and the Ninja Theory game so far. Putting points into dashing and grabbing early on makes a world of difference, too.

I am lost as far as the story goes. Even with the recap.

It is not much of an issue as I only played DMC3 and noyhing else


Well yeah, Devil May Cry has always had a somewhat nonsensical, barely connected story; but makes up for it in being campy, relatively self-aware and usually badass. I'm only early in, but the connection to 3 seems pretty obvious (not-so-secret hooded figure stealing Nero's arm).

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I swear to god that V is modeled after a guy I knew in college. The resemblance is uncanny.

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Any of you guys play Dead or Alive?

Posted March 11th by I killed Mufasa
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I've spent casual time with it for fun, but not recently

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"Any of you guys play Dead or Alive?"

I haven't played Dead or Alive since DoA4 on the XBOX360. The game pissed me off so much because even on easy the AI would break your combo and proceed to pull off an unbreakable combo of their own. The final boss of the girl made of water was infuriating. I guess i didn't have the dexterity or the reflexes but when I could consistently pull off the move with Halo Spartan where I grab you, put a sticky grenade on your balls and kick you away I feel like the game's AI might be stacked unfairly against you.

There's only been 2 other games to piss me off to that level, they were Need For Speed: Most wanted (2005) and Killzone 2.

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AI might be stacked unfairly against you.

I have the ps vita version. Can confirm. The AI can be some BS at times.

10/10 for bouncy physics though.

Posted March 12th by S.O.H.
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for me it's been 5, and I found that some characters' AI would consistently give me more trouble than others

I feel like the game's AI might be stacked
and that's not the only thing :J



Posted March 12th by Pirate_Ninja
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If I have a chance I will be picking up sekiro today. If not sometime next week.

I really think that the higher difficulty curve is going to keep me from enjoying it. I dont have the time to invest in order to get gud unfortunately.

Posted March 22nd by S.O.H.
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Picking up Skyrim again and playing as a wood elf archer. Trying to get achievements on Xbox.

Posted March 22nd by I killed Mufasa
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Played a little bit more of Sekiro. Easily one of my favorite games of the generation. I wont be able to continue on as I will be returning the ps4 to my best friend this weekend, but it is dam good. Happy hunting lads.

I also purchased the European version of the SNES classic.(30 dollars cheaper than the US Version, the buttons on the controller look nicer) I never had a SNES growing up but I am familiar with the library of games. I am excited to play super mario world. It is easily one of my top 5 games of all time. (Honestly it is my top game next to RE4)

I just realized FF3 is FF6.... I purchased FF6 for my vita.... daaaaaaaaaam played myself.

On the topic of the vita: I plan to purchase the following games sometime in the future:

The Swapper, Dragon Quest Builders, FF9.

Posted March 27th by s.o.h.
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"I also purchased the European version of the SNES classic.(30 dollars cheaper than the US Version, the buttons on the controller look nicer)"

#jealous

I have the North American version, I still love it.





" I never had a SNES growing up but I am familiar with the library of games. I am excited to play super mario world. It is easily one of my top 5 games of all time."

SMW is easily one of the best 2D Mario games. Look out for the stages that are red dots on the map, that means there are secret exits that lead to a secret area.

"I just realized FF3 is FF6.... I purchased FF6 for my vita.... daaaaaaaaaam played myself."

That's ok, I recommend downloading hakchi and using it to put roms on your SNES classic. It's super easy and the program walks you through the process. The SNES classic has like 512mb of storage space that it's barely using with the 21 roms that are already on it so you'll be doing yourself and the SNES classic a favor by increasing the library. Let me know if you have any questions about it.
https://github.com/ClusterM/hakchi2/releases

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I finished all of my homework assignments and picked up Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee again. It’s a short game so I won’t have any issues between studying. I just need to learn to budget my time better.

Posted March 27th by Castrael
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As expected, Devil May Cry 5 goes to a whole other level once you reach Dante's missions. He's more flexible and dynamic than he's ever been, offering 4 different stances that can be switched on the fly - attack, counter, gunslinger, and evasion - which also drastically differ depending on the melee and ranged you have equipped. The Cavaliere (a motorcycle than turns into two buzzsaws) has quickly become one of my favourite weapons in a video game ever; it's so fucking dumb and fun to use.

Have also been playing Baba Is You on the Switch with my girlfriend. It's not the easiest to explain, but it's essentially a puzzle game about changing the rules in each level in order to win. It gets complicated, and you'll rack your brain pretty hard at times (we've had to return to some levels a day later because we were just knocking our heads against a wall), but it's totally worth checking out if you're into puzzle games.

Posted March 30th by Orion Nebula
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Finished DMC5. Fucking superb action; would have it up the top of the series in terms of gameplay (DMC4 and DmC are no pushovers, either). As for story, however... it got pretty nonsensical and lazy, even by Devil May Cry standards. And I know that's not necessarily what these games are supposed to excel at, but these are characters I've stupidly cared about for a long time, and a little more care and thought over pure fan service would've went a long way. Leaving the ending basically unresolved was a real bummer.

Still, I'm thinking I may postpone Sekiro and just jump straight back in for Son of Sparda mode. Craving those SSS ranks now that I've got the upgrades!

Posted April 5th by Orion Nebula
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I may try to venture back into Dark Souls again tonight.

Posted April 6th by Vandy
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I strongly suggest trying one of the other Dark Souls games instead. I can’t see how attempting to play the same game for a 5th time will have any other outcome when it’s going to be the same areas, same enemies and same gameplay that didn’t interest you in the first place. Just seems futile.

I know DSII is usually pretty cheap, and I think the learning curve in that game make it a better entry point into the series.

Posted April 6th by Orion Nebula
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Playing morrowind. Lots and lots of morrowind.

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To me, Dark Souls I has the best world design. Dark Souls II is just the most fun I had overall. And Dark Souls III had the best/most gratifying bosses. (Seriously, finally beating the Dancer of the Boreal Valley was the single most memorable and satisfying experience I've ever had playing a video game. And it made me a better player.)


I've been slogging through Sekiro, and my big take away is that man, Dark Souls is really well designed. I might ramble a bit here, but before I do, I should note that while I find Sekiro incredibly frustrating and I'm not having any fun with it, I do respect many elements of the design and I don't think any differently of From Software. I mostly see what they were trying to do, and I mostly think they succeed in what they wanted. I'm just not sure that I really think it's super great.

Tales of Dark Souls's difficulty are often over-stated. Yes, it is challenging. Yes, you die a lot. And yes, you need to develop skill to beat the game. But overall, it feels like the game *wants* you to succeed. (I maintain that if *I* can beat Dark Souls, anyone can.) And there are a few reasons why I think it's actually more accessible than people give it credit for. And it comes down to player choice and the options it presents to help you if you get stuck. Yes, I know, it sounds strange that Dark Souls *helps* you if you are stuck. But I would argue that it does.

For starters, if you are really struggling with a boss, or through a stretch, you can summon other human players or AI allies. This alone gives players the opportunity to advance. (I *never* would have beaten Dark Souls without another player helping me with Ornstein & Smough. I'm good enough now that I don't need another human player, but not good enough that I don't need Solaire to assist. I would absolutely have quit the game there if they didn't give me that option.)

On top of that, you can grind and accomplish several objectives at once. First, you can acquire experience which you can use to level up your character stats. Souls games are not the type that you can just level up and OP enemies. You can't just grind to beat bosses. Skill is still necessary. However, especially early on, leveling up and increasing your stats can really help make the game a little easier. When you can increase your stamina to attack more or absorb more hits, or increase your strength to do more damage or wield better weapons, it actually does help. Again, you can't just beat the game that way, but it can alleviate the challenge a little if you are having a tough time. Additionally, you can find or acquire better weapons or armor, which also help if you are stuck. And, of course, all of this occurs during what amounts to practice. Granted, especially in the first Souls game, you can make do with just a conservative style of shield up, circle around, stab in the butt (on the most part), so you aren't guaranteed to learn new skills. (Man, was it worth it my second time through to hunker down and get decent at parrying, though. God does it make Lord Gwyn soooo easy.)

So even if you play a couple hours and don't advance in the level at all, you can still gain experience and level up, which feels like some kind of progress to help you eventually advance. These are all elements that help you advance, which really makes it feel like they actively want you to keep going and keep trying. Additionally, it feels like there are more styles of play that Dark Souls allows. You can try to be aggressive. You can play really conservatively. You can find a balance. You have options for how you want to play, and certain styles can make certain stretches just a little easier.

In Sekiro, I don't know that it feels like they want me to succeed. Or more accurately, it feels like they're just like, "Well, you're on your own." I feel a bit like you have to actually already be one of those weird "Good at Dark Souls" players I hear about or see on the YouTubes. The game is faster and requires quicker reflexes, so god help you if your motor skills are declining in your aging body. (I'm having this problem a little bit more, and I kinda blame Sekiro partly for making me think more about my health, since I've definitely lost a step - just physically, with my eye sight and reflexes.) You have a split second to decide between deflecting, dodging, or jumping, but if you do the wrong thing, you'll likely take damage. Yeah, you can stealth kill dudes, but that doesn't help you with mini-bosses. So if you run around stealth-killing folks, you won't learn the skills it demands you master to beat any bosses. It feels like there is one real style of play it wants you to engage in.

You can't level up without beating mini-bosses, but mini-bosses are most likely where players will get stuck and could use the ability to level up some. (I fiiiinally just beat a mini-boss that I was incredibly frustrated with because he kills me in two hits, and I felt like I wanted to gain some more health so I could take one more hit, just so I could see more of his attacks.) So you can't grind to increase your stats to help a little bit. You can't summon allies. Though you can find some upgrades to your arm, this isn't really much of a thing early in the game (where the learning curve is steepest.) There don't appear to be better weapons, or if there are, I haven't even gotten to the point where it lets me obtain those.

It basically wants you to just keep doing the same thing over and over again until you "get good." And while I appreciate a game designed to learn skill, I thought Souls games did a great job finding that balance of requiring you learn skills *and* provide some relief along the way. (As I said, I never would have kept going with Anor Londo without these things. I might have even just quit at Capra Demon. But these elements allowed me to find ways to ease things a little. Sekiro: I've nearly quit about a dozen times and I've maybe advanced a total of 1 hour into the story or map.)

I can appreciate that design philosophy of wanting a game where players are expected to "get good," and I recognize that that isn't a style of game that is for me. But it feels kinda disappointing to me that they chose to really buy into the Dark Souls reputation of being a tough game. So I guess I would say Dark Souls is challenging; Sekiro is punishing. (I haven't yet experience overcoming a mini-boss to be any sort of delight or satisfaction. I mostly feel like, thank god I can stop doing that shit now.)

All this just really makes me recognize how accessible Dark Souls actually is.

Anyway, my rule for now is that I will keep slogging through Sekiro until I get stuck in the same place for a full week, I'm giving up. There are too many games I want to play to keep trying. I'm not having any fun with it. (I also admittedly hate, hate, hate having a narrative reason in addition to gameplay mechanics that punish me for dying. Like, fuck off, From Soft. You don't need a narrative reason to incentivize me to "git gud." Advancing more than 100 feet is enough. It actually kind of reminds me that I've always sort of hated how later Dark Souls II & III punish players by making it easier to die if you die more. Which feels ass backwards to me and nearly did me in on both them my first times through. I thought DSI's punishment system made plenty of sense. It removed options rather than made you easier to kill.)


End Rant. Sorry.

Posted April 6th by Jet Presto
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Just finished the Witness....not entirely sure how, speaking of punishing games...Definitely had to look up the answers on several puzzles, but largely - miraculously - made it through alone. Fucking Tetris puzzles, though.

I am now, finally, moving onto Doom. Played about an hour, and damn, it's pretty much as fun as everyone said it was. Was never really a big Doom guy growing up, but this is pretty rad.

Posted April 6th by Jet Presto
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Just finished the Witness....not entirely sure how, speaking of punishing games


Oh god that game. I want to like it so bad, but I just can't. I like the open-world aspect of it, I love the scenery, I like the meta-puzzles, but the actual puzzles themselves that comprise 90% of the gameplay are just not my thing.

Posted April 6th by Xhin
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I strongly suggest trying one of the other Dark Souls games instead. I can’t see how attempting to play the same game for a 5th time will have any other outcome when it’s going to be the same areas, same enemies and same gameplay that didn’t interest you in the first place. Just seems futile.


I know.

However last night I decided to pick up where I left off instead of starting over again. I forgot that I chose a knight class and named my character Brienne (lol). I made progress. I defeated the Taurus Demon on the bridge.

I just climbed up and down the ladder nearby and stabbed him in the face a few times.
Then I nearly died by being roasted by a red dragon as I was crossing another bridge. Luckily I had enough health to survive that and get back to the bonfire in Undead Burg. I found the Solaire guy that I've always seen associated with the game. Then I got poisoned by rats and someone invaded my game and booted me off a ledge. I'll stick to being undead for the rest of the game because I am not playing Dark Souls for that shit. So yeah, I can say that I'm farther than I've ever been in the game and will probably play again today.

The reason I keep coming back to this game is because I feel like it has a lot of potential to be a special game for me. I usually don't try to play games that are not clicking with me. I know that deep down it is my type of game, but something has not clicked. I hear a lot of good things about the Souls series and I want to see it through. In this age of "looter shooters" and battle-royales and so much online stuff, a single-player experience so renowned is hard to come by.

EDIT: btw, I haven't come across a bow and I've read that bows are pretty helpful. But I'm also a knight class and not sure if bows are good for knights. Should I be worried about having some sort of ranged attack? If so where could I get one?

Edited April 6th by Vandy
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you can buy a bow I believe from the merchant.

To be honest I rarely used bows in my playthrough. there is a certain area in the game where it is useful to have but I relied more on magic and pyromancy.

Posted April 6th by s.o.h.
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Posted April 6th by Vandy
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That was painful to watch lmao

Posted April 6th by S.o.h.
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I played for about two hours today and I'm still in the same spot. I did manage to level up a few times in the process, though. I'm at Undead Parish and I get to the really tall black-clad guy. I should have beat him at one point but I allowed him to heal twice. He looks like The Mountain That Rides.


Posted April 6th by Vandy
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Came back after a few hours and finished him up without any trouble. Guys, I think it's happening!

I managed to get a spear dropped by one of the caped guys that fight with Rapiers. I like the feel of it so far; it feels quicker to thrust. I tend to like longer ranged weapons in these types of games (like the lunar staff from Ninja Gaiden). Now I'm at the blacksmith. Not sure how he works.

Posted April 7th by Vandy
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Current playing

Megami Tensei: be your true mind

Dragon warrior 7

Biohazard 1

Biohazard 4

Ff7 international edition

Road rash



Posted April 7th by Brandy
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Dark Souls 1 update 4:

I am a level 20 knight class using a spear and shield that blocks 100%% damage.

Made it to the gargoyles on the rooftop. Had three goes at them but was ultimately unsuccessful. I did get pretty close to finishing one off on one attempt with the other being half beaten. It will take some tries but I definitely feel it is doable. When it is just one gargoyle I am able to stay close to him and circle around him while poking him with my spear without much trouble. Once the second gargoyle comes out I have a hard time avoiding the fire while also avoiding the melee attacks of the other.

Also - does anyone know if the second gargoyle comes out on a timer, or is it based on how much damage you have done to the first one? I wonder if it is possible for me to finish the first one, or at least near enough, before the second one comes out.

EDIT: Also I don't know what I should be looking for in terms of upgrades. I keep seeing stuff online about +5 and such. Is it important to upgrade or reinforce?

Edited April 8th by Vandy
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I've been playing Elder Scrolls Online. I have it for both PS4 and Xbox One and I'd love to have a partner.

Posted April 8th by I killed Mufasa
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I killed Mufasa
long live the king

I wish I had more time to invest in an MMO again. If I had more time i'd definitely partner up with you.

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Also - does anyone know if the second gargoyle comes out on a timer, or is it based on how much damage you have done to the first one? I wonder if it is possible for me to finish the first one, or at least near enough, before the second one comes out.

I believe it's half health for the first gargoyle, so you'll always get two at once.

Also I don't know what I should be looking for in terms of upgrades. I keep seeing stuff online about +5 and such. Is it important to upgrade or reinforce?

Upgrading weapons is the most important thing you can do, and you'll see the dividends it pays against the gargoyles for sure. What you need for a majority of weapons - including the spear - is regular titanite for the initial upgrades. Specifically, you need 9 titanite to get to +5. You probably have pretty close to that already just from finding it laying around, and if you don't I would recommend killing enemies (hollow soldiers and Baldur knights drop it) until you have enough to get to +5 or (more likely) you have enough souls to buy the titanite from Andre, the blacksmith.

If you really want to stack the deck in your favor (and assuming you've found any) then you may want to apply Gold Pine Resin to your weapon. At +5 and with the lightning buff you'll carve through the gargoyles very quickly. The spear isn't super strong, but I'd be surprised if you weren't doing 15% of their total health per hit anyway.

And if all this gives you the confidence to go for it, try attacking the first garoyle's tail until it breaks. You'll get one of my favorite weapons from this. Everyone always underestimates it.

Posted April 8th by Famov
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Thanks for the tips!

Do most weapons and items drop randomly from enemies like Baldurs and Hollows? I've got a few new items recently (the spear, baldur armor) but they seem very sparse.

EDIT: I've also had trouble with parrying and riposte. I can get the parry (it makes a noise) but when I hit RB for the counter attack, I only do a normal weak attack. I make sure to not be moving the stick or blocking when I hit RB. Am I doing something wrong?

Edited April 8th by Vandy
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Most enemies have the potential to drop the weapons and armor that they use, occasionally among other things, but you'll also find plenty of worthwhile equipment throughout the game world as well. Drops aren't super frequent, and while there is an item later on that can increase drop rate it's not the sort of thing that matters too much unless you're going for something in particular.

Edited April 8th by Famov
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If you're not blocking (the most common issue people have), then the likeliest guess I have is timing. The window for the counterattack is pretty short. Beyond that it might be a positioning thing, but for the most part if you're in the right place to parry then you're probably alright for the riposte.

Posted April 9th by Famov
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Okay so I managed to get my spear up to +5 and it makes taking out the smaller enemies so much easier. Baldur's were taking ~10 hits before and now take about 4.

Still struggling with the gargoyles though. I try to single the flaming one once he comes out but end up getting beat up on by both which drains my stamina quickly then I cannot block anything.

Posted April 9th by Vandy
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I have Dark Souls on the Switch, it runs really well but I haven't gotten that far into the game.

Recently I grabbed FF7 on the Switch and have put in over 15 hours so far. My Party is around level 22 and am trying to find Sephiroth.

Posted April 9th by Q
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I have Dark Souls on the Switch, it runs really well but I haven't gotten that far into the game.


How far are you? Undead Burg? We can get through this together. I'm on the Dark Souls fever right now if you couldn't tell.

Posted April 9th by Vandy
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"How far are you? Undead Burg? We can get through this together. I'm on the Dark Souls fever right now if you couldn't tell. "

Honestly, I don't remember. I haven't played it in about 5 months lol.

Posted April 9th by Q
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Summon Solaire if you need to for the Gargoyles! They literally put his summon sign right in front of the fog wall to sort of encourage new players having a difficult time.

Posted April 9th by Jet Presto
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uh he can only summon him if he is "alive" (no idea what the actual term is called) if he is hollowed he wont be able to summon help. (Unless I am mis rembembering.

Posted April 9th by s.o.h.
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Yeah I've never summoned but I've read that you need to be in human form to do that. I'm not really interested in summoning. Maybe if I'm stuck here for a super long time, but right now I still feel like it's doable for me. If I keep struggling I will experiment with dropping weight (I think I may be encumbered to the point where my movements and rolls are slow) and maybe using a different weapon. I have a big axe but last I tried I wasn't able to wield it.

Posted April 9th by Vandy
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I started using the Halberd and upgraded it to +5. This has the range of the spear but packs a much bigger punch. I finished the gargoyles on my third try with it. I thought about going for the tail but I started taking some hits and ran out of estus so I just finished him off any way I could.

Now I'm in Darkroot Basin. Man this goes deep.

Posted April 10th by Vandy
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Well yes, the implication would have been to use a Humanity to summon. Didn't think I needed to explain the mechanics to my suggestion.

I almost always stayed Hollow when I died. I hated getting invaded (and still do). But I would summon from time to time when I had to (pretty much exclusively now with Ornstein & Smough).

Something to consider trying, especially in the early section of the Dark Root Basin: dump your equipment! Just two hand your weapon and roll a bunch. Get comfortable with the movement.

Posted April 10th by Jet Presto
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No but I highly doubt he has any humanity to use based on how he is doing. Don't you get humanity by killing bosses?

Posted April 10th by S.o.h.
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Humanity isn't a very bountiful source, but you get it various ways, including simply killing a bunch of enemies in an area before defeating a boss.

Posted April 10th by Jet Presto
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Still playing lots and lots of morrowind. I've gotten a lot stronger so I've been exploring caves / mines / ancestral tombs on the eastern side of the island and selling my loot -- or basically trading loot for training.

Robbing people blind is still way more fun than it should be -- looting dungeons is just more profitable atm. I also have a few open quests, but not really doing much with them yet.

Posted April 10th by Xhin
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Traded in sekiro and ended up talking to the gamestop cashier about the resident evil series. Great talk! I got the itch to play resident evil 4.

I dug out my GameCube to play some of those sweet old games.

Posted April 11th by S.o.h.
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@S.o.h.: did you finish Sekiro?

Posted April 11th by Vandy
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"I dug out my GameCube to play some of those sweet old games. "

Do you have a Wii? Atleast then you can use component cables to get a better picture on HDTV's, unless you're playing on an old CRT. And if you are, count me jealous.

Posted April 11th by Q
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@S.o.h.: did you finish Sekiro?


I got two hours in. I enjoyed what I was able to play. The PS4 I was using was not mine so I had to return it.


Do you have a Wii? Atleast then you can use component cables to get a better picture on HDTV's, unless you're playing on an old CRT. And if you are, count me jealous.

No Wii. It does not look too bad on my HDTV. I am using an HD converter adaptor though.

Posted April 11th by S.O.H.
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I finished pokemon lets go eevee last week and I'm getting back into Dark Souls after not playing it for 6 months. I wasn't looking forward to going back per se, but realized I went too far ahead

Edited April 14th by ShadowFox08
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The more I slog through Sekiro, the more I kinda wanna go back and play Dark Souls....

Posted April 14th by Jet Presto
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You know... It's funny. I just mentioned dark souls, but I did not read the replies before this about Vandy playing until now. Funny coincidence. I just finished a session today and I'm hooked.. Just leveled up to 24 and I will level to 25 again to get my wanderer at 16 strength to be able to use the drake sword (just got it an hour ago). Capra Demon is a bitch and I hate how I have to grind levels to beat this guy. >_>

Edited April 16th by ShadowFox08
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Whoa you already got past me? I always assumed you were bad at video games lol. Well you're proving me wrong. You didn't have trouble with the gargoyles?

I haven't played since getting to Darkroot Basin though because of school stuff.

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Here is a nice play my team put together in Halo 5 last night in the Hardcore Super Fiesta ranked mode. We got their flag with 3 seconds to spare.
https://streamable.com/i40yd
Super Fiesta has been one of my favorite gametypes since it started so I'm happy to see a ranked edition with objectives. It's strange that a gametype with random weapon starts can have games come so close in score. There were no blowouts while playing about 8 games last night.

Posted April 20th by Vandy
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Risk of Rain 2

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I've been playing through Banjo Kazooie again for sake of nostalgia. I'm trying to get 100%. So far I have gone through Treasure Trove Cove, Mumbo's Mountain, Clanker's Cavern and Bubblegloop Swamp 100%.

I've been on a Rare kick lately. I've had a lot of fun with Sea of Thieves and really admire Rare for how well they have kept the game up to date. The quality of the product is great. Along with 343 they have been completely transparent about their development plans, including bumps along the way.

I am kind of wanting to try to complete all games on Rare Replay. 100% achievements would be a daunting task but I may make it a long-term goal (as with Halo MCC).

Posted May 17th by Vandy
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I recently played through LandStalker in the Sega Genesis Classics on the Switch, I then started playing through Sword of Vermilion.

Landstalker definitely has Legendof Zelda vibes but has you hunting down 5 gems as if you were Thanos after the Infinity Stones.

Sword of Vermilion is a very odd game. Exploration and dungeon crawling takes place in a faux first person perspective, but normal combat takes place in a open area that you can go in any direction. You can swing your small ass sword that looks like a blue light saber at enemies or cast attack spells. Boss fights take place in a 2D side scrolling perspective similar to Act Raiser or something. You also have towns that you can buy armor, weapons, items, sleep at an Inn heal and go to a church to save your game. This game highlights just how far action RPG's have come in the last 30 years.

I also started playing through FFX in the HD Remaster for the Switch.

Posted May 17th by Q
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Still playing lots and lots of morrowwind.

Rather than delve back into the questlines, I'm taking some time to go back to my roots and am having a lot of fun doing the following:

  • Reduce my inventory to some kind of robe (extravagant because that's how I roll), an apprentice mortar & pestle, some lockpicks, and just enough money to get to some town I haven't really explored.

  • Explore the town, steal a bunch of stuff, sell it and buy some basic armor and weapon.

  • Go off in some totally random direction I haven't explored yet, raid some kind of ruin or shrine or dungeon with my low-level equipment.

  • Sell all this higher-tier stuff, reduce my inventory again and repeat

    It's been a lot of fun, sometimes really challenging. My mercantile is also at level 94 at this point, and I haven't trained it at all, if that says anything. You'd think you'd get stuck somewhere, but I've been able to find good loot in really random towns like Gnaar mok and ald velothi.

  • Posted May 18th by Xhin
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    55 hours in Dark Souls and I arrived at New Londo a few days ago. Man this game is really drawn out. I want to beat the game aleady, not die a hundred times every fucking major stage before I go to the next one. Kind of kills wanting to play my other unopened games.

    I also bought fast fmx on switch last week. Pretty fun. They really ripped f-zero on stage design, and even announcers... Great game though.

    Posted May 22nd by ShadowFox08
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    I've been playing Trails of Cold Steel on the PS4. Pretty much almost done with it. These games are pretty short. Not sure what I'm going to pick up next yet before Trails of Cold Steel 2 comes out. I want to get as much gaming as I can done this summer. This is apart of my break from the site too.

    Posted May 22nd by Castrael
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    if you have PS Plus you can get Overcooked and What Remains of Edith Finch for free.

    Edited May 22nd by Q
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    I am kind of wanting to try to complete all games on Rare Replay. 100% achievements would be a daunting task but I may make it a long-term goal (as with Halo MCC).

    I've gone through a lot of it but there's some things that are just really friggin difficult. One of them is the Battletoads Turbo tunnel which has you survive a loop of the entire tunnel without dying (it's about 2:15 long). And of course the toughest part is the last 15 or so seconds.

    Also, to get all the achievements you need to do all the games that count achievements individually as well. For example there's the Viva Piñata games. The first game isn't bad but the second game you need to get an achievement by using the Xbox 360 camera which ONLY works with the 360. You need to get that achievement in order to get the last achievement to get all achievements. But the problem is that while Viva Piñata 2 is included in the pack, you can't go download it to 360 so you'd need to buy a separate copy of the game to play on the 360 to get that one achievement.

    Posted May 22nd by Fox Forever
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    I've been playing through many kinds of games. At times when I feel like playing multiplayer I play Splatoon 2.

    For single player games I went through Undertale last month and did all 3 paths. I also went and did almost everything in the game I could short of seeing all the dialogue for all 20ish endings.

    I also just finished 100%ing Odyssey last week. I basically did everything in Odyssey possible like get all moons, beat "Hard Mode" Bowser, buy all costumes, get the moon counter to 999, and get to level 50 in balloon world.

    Now I'm working on Deltarune Chapter 1 (almost finished) and am about to finish off another game called Q.U.B.E. 2. After that I think I'll go back to Octopath and finish it off since I have 2 chapters left (Olberic and Tressa). I got 2 of the secret jobs but the last 2 bosses have really kicked my ass more than 3 times each so I kind of got discouraged and stopped for a while.

    As part of a sale last week I grabbed 3 (well, 4) games: Shenmue 1 + 2 pack, Just Cause 1 (couldn't pass it up since it was $0.99), and Guns, Gore, & Cannoli 2. Killing myself by making this backlog even bigger but I've really held off on buying so many games recently.

    Here are my stats now in case anyone is interested:

    Total Owned 811
    Total Started 503
    Total Finished 338
    Owned Completion % 41.68%
    Started Completion % 67.20%

    Edited May 22nd by Fox Forever
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    While I cannot compare to those stats, I have a ton of games in the back log that is only increasing each month.

    My goal is to complete all of the RPG's in the Sega Genesis Collection on the Switch.

    Posted May 22nd by Q
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    While I cannot compare to those stats, I have a ton of games in the back log that is only increasing each month.

    I had so much more than I thought possible but within the last two years my buying has ramped up because I buy games years late for heavily reduced price. Sometimes I can nab like 7 good AAA games for $40 or so that are only a few years old. I don't think I'll ever be able to finish but my sight for more games has decreased lately.

    Posted May 22nd by Fox Forever
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    While I cannot compare to those stats, I have a ton of games in the back log that is only increasing each month.


    I don't think I'll ever be able to finish but my sight for more games has decreased lately.


    I decided to nuke my entire backlog and just start off with the games I will have for my laptop/PC. I have a nasty habit of buying things on impulse and had to stop my self from buying a 2ds for 40 dollars last night. D: (not a bad deal but this would have been my 3rd time owning the handheld I really cant justify that purchase to myself with my history of selling off my systems)



    Posted May 22nd by S.O.H.
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    Games I own but haven't even played/opened yet

    -Splatoon 2
    -Darksiders 2. Uff should have returned this one.. Was supposed to get a black spine but got red.. I got cheated.
    -Final Fantasy X and X-2

    man I'm fucked..

    Posted May 24th by ShadowFox08
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