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Other / Re: BlazBlue or as Remdudu would say BurazuBuru
« on: June 26, 2018, 10:31:21 PM »
reboot w/ female ragna

Nintendo / Re: Switch
« on: April 14, 2018, 09:30:34 PM »
I got bing bing wahoo about a week ago, and it has been much more fun than Zelda. It was pretty iffy at the start, but at New Donk City it really started picking up. It is definitely pretty easy overall(first death was in the last stage of story mode), but it's still an enjoyable experience overall. The amount of control over Mario is kind of waste though, because there aren't many things that really require executing tactical wahoos at a high level(so far at least). It's also surprisingly short, I was execting there to be about 5 or 6 more stages. A final stage unlocks at 500 moons apparently, so maybe that one will require higher execution and help make up for how short the game is otherwise. Definitely an 8 or 9 out of 10 for me overall. Zelda's probably a 7, but I haven't finished it so it doesn't feel fair to rate it yet.

PC / Re: Started playing PSO again
« on: April 14, 2018, 09:09:16 PM »
I got a laptop and was looking for some games to goof off with on it, maybe PSO will work. I can be reuinited with the Spread Needle, my one true love.

Other / Re: Open World Games
« on: April 07, 2018, 11:49:52 AM »
I think I finished the whole thing, because Roche and his subordinate helped defend against the spooky nords. Don't remember ever fighting the other guy, but I guess I must have.

Other / Re: Open World Games
« on: April 06, 2018, 01:52:36 AM »
I remember doing those, but didn't remember them being side quests. Whoops

Other / Re: Open World Games
« on: April 04, 2018, 10:35:24 PM »

Other / Re: Open World Games
« on: April 02, 2018, 08:31:35 PM »
I never really had much of a desire to get lost and just "see what I can see" in W3. The game felt way more open than 1 or 2 did, as best as I can recall, but I was ok with just checking out whatever happened to be inbetween Geralt and the next storyline quest; only really went out of the way once, because I heard about an old character having a small set of sidequests.

MGS5 being open world was almost enough on its own to turn me off from playing it, but the rest of the game mechanics ended up finishing the job. Really didn't wanna be bothered with the base, recruitment, and all of the other crap introduced in Peace Walker(plus the repetitive missions, as you mentioned). PW was cool, but in 5 I was hoping for some plain old tactical espionage action.

The only open world game I've really picked apart in this gen is Skyrim, have about 2000 hours across all platforms. It is a mess of a game, but it was just about the only modern game w/ character creation and an open world in a fantasy setting, so I had a lot of fun just making like 40 different characters and setting random objectives for myself.

Skyrim aside, my most satisfying single-player open world experience recently was probably WoW. Made a character with a challenege to try and solo every dungeon until it was mathematically impossible/stopped being fun. Actually walking through the regions from dungeon to dungeon and doing quests/goofing off on the way was way more enjoyable than just waiting for the group finder to beep. Made me better mechanically too, because you aren't allowed to suck when you try to clear 5-man content alone. Not really a "traditional" open world game, perhaps, but going into high level dungeons/zones regardless and just seeing how far I can get ended up making the game way more fun than raids or PvP ever did.

Do Yakuza games count as open world? Neither city in 0 is particularly large, but finding all of the silly sidequests was very entertaining.

Nintendo / Re: Switch
« on: April 02, 2018, 07:45:52 PM »
Yes, I still vaguely remember the day when were running MAG on PSU360 and making jokes about a 'Big ol' black dog'. You may not remember it but it was a pretty memorable day for me lol.
I will always remember that as the hardest I have ever laughed at anything up to that point. I can barely remember anything specific, I just remember laughing.

Some of those case swaps look really cool, I am probably gonna get orange, in honor of my N64.

I'm actually warming up to Zelda now, about 20 hours in(a good 5 of those are probably from being afk, too). So far I just get to a high point, look for anything interesting, and then go check it out. Don't really care about saving Zelda, and it doesn't seem like Captain Falcon's clone is gonna show up to make things interesting, so it's been fairly bland as far as the story goes. My main complaint is that there haven't really been any dungeons so far. There are shrines with different puzzles to solve but none of them are difficult, and most don't have enemies unless the gimmick of that particular shrine is about combat. I have done 2 of the big robot animal dungeons and outside of the bosses, the most dangerous thing has been water. A more subjective issue is that I would rather make my own character than be playing as Link, maybe a rock man or a desert lady. It would fit too, because a lot of places kinda feel like someone has already cleared them and you're just checking out what's left. It does get credit for refining the Assassin's Creed gameplay model of "get to the top of the tower", it's actually pretty fun in this game so far.

Nintendo / Re: Switch
« on: March 23, 2018, 05:58:36 PM »
I took the bait and got Zelda about a week ago. I am not having the greatest time but mayhaps it gets better, only 10h in so far. My friend code is SW-3364-3100-3934, we ought to play some Splatoon and catch up on the last like, 9 years. For example, apparently Esufer is married now.

Nintendo / Switch
« on: March 14, 2018, 11:43:26 AM »
This is truly the port machine the Vita always wanted to be. Splatoon is fun too. Did any of you other dudes get one?

The PS3 has no games so it's not a big loss

Off Topic / good times
« on: February 24, 2018, 10:05:07 AM »

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