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16  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Game that took you the longest time to finish on: July 13, 2015, 12:51:48 AM
I'm surprised that Zelda is a recurring one.
I thought people liked Zelda games =P

It is strange, but seems to happen, like it was said, because of the "slog point". I've not completed Spirit Tracks because of this yet.

However, as much as I've been enjoying it, I've not finished Dark Souls since I started it 2 years ago, because I took a break to go through something with more story, but haven't taken time to go back to it.

Also, I'm guilty of having started Legend of Dragoon about 10 years ago and not finishing it either yet, so... I feel that...

Then there's Rune Factory Frontier. My on again, off again love-affair. And Torchlight II.

Jeebus, I need to finish some junk!
17  Media / General Games / Re: Massive Chalice Kickstarter on: July 13, 2015, 12:38:10 AM
As to the above statements, I know nothing.

I, however, did Kickstart this beauty piece of work, and it was a joy to play throughout beta, to watch it grow, and it's rad now that it's finished. I loves me some X-Com, but the ways they have added to the formula are really interesting. It's got that darned addictive 'just one more turn, oh hi, 5 a.m. thing going on' because you just want to know, WHAT'S GONNA' HAPPEN!?!? With the bloodlines, and random events, and births and deaths, it's all so cool! Love the spin on the formula. I recommend it to everyone!
18  Media / General Games / Re: No Man's Sky -or- Meet Yoda in the Stars. on: July 12, 2015, 11:39:47 PM
*blows dust off account*

So, this game. THIS. GAME. When I saw it at E3 2014, it sold me on a PS4 (when I can afford it). What they showed this year made me yearn for it more. Horizon didn't hurt either.

This looks like everything I wanted from Freelancer and more. I'm pretty stoked to just hop in my vessel, meet up with some folk, and make some sort of, oh, I dunno', trek, we'll say, across the stars, if you will. As a sort of... star... trek... Sounds like fun, no?

I hope it doesn't go all Spore on us and not live up to it's potential, but with hardware capabilities being what they are, and learning from the mistakes of others, this should work out, I imagine. Don't ya' think?
19  Media / RPGFan Music Discussion / Re: RPGFan Music Podcast (Rhythm Encounter) Thread on: April 11, 2014, 12:40:52 PM
FINALLY got caught up on Rhythm Encounter and took in the Music of the Year epicness.

Great, great job, guys! So amusing, so fun, and loved the heartfelt passion that poured out of you, Stephen, at the very end. Also, sweet choice on Tiz's You Are My Hope special move music selection - definitely one of the best tracks in that game. Whenever I hear it, I get pumped! And everything else that was mixed in there too!

It's been a great year for you guys, and I sincerely look forward to many more episodes from you two, and whomever else get on board.

I may not always listen on time, and especially lately as I was going through some personal matters which, frustrating enough, kept me away from submitting selections to the MotY episode. But, at the same, it was because of the podcast and things that I was also able to befriend Derek, chat it up with Stephen, and eversobriefly rock some FFXIV with you guys.

Oh, and of course, experience some new exciting music and stuff, whatever. Like that's important in a music podcast... >.>

Seriously, though, thanks for putting in the time and effort you do and know that it is hugely appreciated! I loves me some video game music, and having a place where people share that passion is wonderful!

I force Chrono to raise a glass!
20  Media / RPGFan Music Discussion / Re: RPGFan Music Podcast (Rhythm Encounter) Thread on: July 17, 2013, 07:01:03 PM
All right! Get caught up on my podcasts after being out of them for so long with the move and such I have had fun things to say and add and such!

First and foremost, I have said as much on Twitter, that you guys have gotten things off to a great start! Loving the series and how it's approached. Also love that I got a shoutout AND you got your own version of the podcast theme song done! I R TEH HELPING!

Anyhow, I'ma backtrack to the Ormand Alliance episode:


Okay, that's done. Summer Chill? Super sweet, though totally took some different directions than I thought. I don't know if I fully agree with how "summery" some of them were, but the nostalgia dip into "this is the game I played in the summer" totally made sense too.

As soon as the episode started, I was totally waiting for Legend of Mana because, man, that game IS summer and I'm so glad you got there. I mean, I'm sure you had a tough call with what to choose, and Hometown Domina was a good way to go, though there are SO many more tracks that have more of that 'let's hit the beach' vibe of the summer. To The Sea was the first thing I thought of when you mentioned summer. Furthermore, I was really expecting you to get to another town theme, from Ragnarok Online, Theme of Alberta, but didn't come up. Still. Summer. ENJOY.

Anyways, solid, solid episode that opened my mind to all kinds of new stuff.

Now I'm onto Don't Tease the Octopus, which had such an obvious meaning and I love that Rob kicked it off with Decisive Battle. I'm expecting much more Final Fantasy from this, but there're also so many other JRPGs I have not been privy too and I look forward to, again, having new stuff exposed to me.

Anyhow, Stephen, Derek, you know I love your guy's work. Keep it up! Thanks for all the awesome!
21  Media / RPGFan Music Discussion / Re: RPGFan Music Podcast (Rhythm Encounter) Thread on: April 03, 2013, 09:33:15 PM
Getting caught up now that I'm up to speed on Random Encounter, so I've only run through the first episode. Right now, the only suggestion I have is it'd be rad to have the same theme, but remixed differently. Like, given a more classical treatment, if at the same tempo, or straight piano - just to make it more of a different show, but still very much linked to its parent, right? That'd be slick. Get back to you as more comes to me, but still, good start, gents!
22  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Sully: A very Serious RPG on: April 03, 2013, 05:07:37 AM
If anything, this looks really slick. I hope they do up a demo for the PC version. I'd love to give it a try, unless, of course, it's low on the pricing scale, then sure, why not? Looks delightful!
23  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: What's your criteria when choosing a starter Pokemon? on: March 25, 2013, 03:44:01 AM
Lot of fire lovers, it seems, if I read right.

As for me:
Is it Bulbasaur?
If 'Yes', then 'Bulbasaur.'
If 'No', then 'Grass-type.'

But, that being said, all I've played with are Bulba, Chikorita and Treecko.

That being said, in Pokemon Diamond/Pearl, effing penguin, guys. Look that adorable little mofo.
24  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Transistor-The latest from the people who brought you Bastion on: March 25, 2013, 03:35:25 AM
Seriously though, Logan Cunningham confirmed his involvement in a vocal capacity too, so hurrah for deep-voiced people.

Haha! Excellent!

Furthermore, do they EVER have style over there! I'm pretty psyched for this, as I did like Bastion. True, the gameplay got a bit repetitive in time, depending on how you played it, but the story is compelling enough to keep stringing you along. Hopefully this does the same storywise, and the gameplay looks to be a nifty improvement.
25  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Shadowrun Returns on: March 25, 2013, 03:31:41 AM
Oh, wow! This looks SO very impressive! I've actually been wanting to invest in the new Shadowrun tabletop books and start up a campaign. Deus Ex: HR made me fall in love with that sort of dystopian future and I wanna' RP in the future, so yeah.

At any rate, until I can afford those core materials, this game looks rad enough to fill in the gaps for me. It's pretty, has all those elements I loved in Fallouts 1 and 2 and its got a great setting! Glad it got Kickstarted, but I'm sad that I missed out on contributing to that...
26  Media / General Games / Re: THEY'RE BRINGING BACK DUCKTALES (WOO-OO) on: March 25, 2013, 03:25:13 AM
Good gracious this game was a blast when i was a kid, and I honestly cannot remember how I beat it, but I know I did. And yeah,
Cannot wait for remastered Moon music.
, that's gonna' be sweet.

Honestly, it's looking really pretty and it's going to be an instant buy for me.
27  Media / General Games / Re: Bioshock Infinite on: March 25, 2013, 03:20:36 AM
This game is looking really, really sweet and like it'll live up to what they established in Bioshock.

Furthermore, Steam is making it incredibly tempting to buy at the moment what with offering Bioshock and X-COM as pre-purchase prizes... I think I'm going to commit to that... I want X-COM so very badly... and original Bioshock would be awesome too, since I've never owned it, only borrowed. It's a great story and I wanna' go through it again with my gal in tow, cringing all the way haha :D
28  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: RPG (or otherwise interesting) shirts on: March 16, 2013, 04:34:36 AM

I have this one! It's pretty sweet.

I have some other rad ones I shall share promptly. I needs to get my some of the sweet stuff over at fangamer. I love their personal and unique designs.
29  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: iOS game Knights of Pen and Paper is (currently) free on: March 14, 2013, 03:54:03 AM
It is a sweet little title, full of fun translation issues! Keeps you on your toes!

I like to play it in bursts, and its pretty tight to just pick up and play now and again. However, it can get fairly repetitive, but there is a lot of charm in the title. It is very grindy, however, if you're on IAPing it. Stuff is danged expensive, both for recovery items and for decorating your basement.

At any rate, for D&D enthusiasts, like myself, I recommend picking up this humble homage that is rife with tropes we all know and love, even if they are awkwardly Englished sometimes.
30  Media / Multiplayer RPGs / Re: Torchlight 2 on: March 07, 2013, 10:01:40 PM
cant play torchlight playing path of exile -o-

Well, once that's done, come back!
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