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 on: Today at 08:09:15 PM 
Started by Kevadu - Last post by Chronix112
Finally got Musashi from LSC!

I think I've 'won' the game now.  I have every single kanmusu.
grats

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 on: Today at 08:05:41 PM 
Started by Yggdrasil - Last post by Chronix112
Persona Q - Maze of Life
Persona Q - Battle in the Clock Tower (dat battle theme!)
Persona Q - Footsteps of Time

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 on: Today at 07:48:04 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Blace
Finished up Uncharted Golden Abyss. It ended up not being as bad as my initial impressions once they abandoned the awful gimmicks halfway through and it started feeling more like a real Uncharted game. It also helped that Sully joined. Overall, it was an ok game, but nothing special like the first three. I'm glad I got it on sale for 18 bucks rather than paying full price for it. Not worth it.

I also bought inFamous First Light and finished it today. Really enjoyed it. I think it has more than enough game time to justify the 15 bucks. The battle arena has been tons of fun for me. I've spent hours just unlocking trophies. Only have like 7 more to go for another platinum. If you liked Second Son, definitely buy it! I actually think the combat is even more satisfying in this than it was in the last game. The city is only half Second Son, but you don't really notice. Story nicely fills in a prequel story leading up to the beginning of Second Son too.

Edit: I'm not sure why this double posted when I only clicked post once. Sorry guys.

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 on: Today at 07:46:38 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Blace
Finished up Uncharted Golden Abyss. It ended up not being as bad as my initial impressions once they abandoned the awful gimmicks halfway through and it started feeling more like a real Uncharted game. It also helped that Sully joined. Overall, it was an ok game, but nothing special like the first three. I'm glad I got it on sale for 18 bucks rather than paying full price for it. Not worth it.

I also bought inFamous First Light and finished it today. Really enjoyed it. I think it has more than enough game time to justify the 15 bucks. The battle arena has been tons of fun for me. I've spent hours just unlocking trophies. Only have like 7 more to go for another platinum. If you liked Second Son, definitely buy it! I actually think the combat is even more satisfying in this than it was in the last game.

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 on: Today at 07:39:17 PM 
Started by kofvscapcom - Last post by Dincrest
In addition to the ones mentioned, I will add Gregminster from Suikoden because it has one of my all time favorite town music themes. 

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 on: Today at 06:52:57 PM 
Started by Yggdrasil - Last post by Yggdrasil
from Twitter:



High quality images of each HDD drive cover (plus from other covers from 'Dokodemo Issho') posted on DualShockers.

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 on: Today at 06:44:44 PM 
Started by kofvscapcom - Last post by glassjawsh
Narche from FFVI
It's spelled "Narshe."  I would know.  Signature. 

Back on topic, Inaba from Persona 4.  Really richly detailed for being a "small" town, it's easy to get caught up in all the little things in it.  Granted, 95% of the game takes place in that town, but it still counts for the topic. 

I'll also give a small shoutout to Tristram from the first Diablo.  It's not the most richly detailed town in an RPG, but it had a good amount of character to it for a 1996 computer game AND gives you a great feeling of safety, as most of the time you're seconds from death when you're anywhere else.  Really memorable. 

The original spelling was Narche. I would know, 3 minute google search with a dozen sources. THANKS A LOT WOOLSEY!!!

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 on: Today at 06:42:48 PM 
Started by kofvscapcom - Last post by glassjawsh
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 on: Today at 06:39:08 PM 
Started by cj_iwakura - Last post by Eldrick
Wow that's great new! Sakura taisen 3 is one of my favorite games of all time and the first one is pretty solid too(and I really love the opening theme of Sakura Taisen) .  I wish you the best of luck on your project  , I will definitely be keeping track on your translation progress.

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 on: Today at 06:38:16 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Mickeymac92
Ugh, bro went back to Boston and we barely got to play anything together. ;_;

So no more Diablo III for a while...

So instead I'm playing Legend of Grimrock to fill the void. This game is yet another immense surprise I've had this year (4th for the year, after Ascension, realMyst, and Suikoden). I feel like I'm a kid again, discovering games for the first time. I seriously knew nothing about this game...yet I own three copies. ^_^; I plowed through the first three floors of the dungeon, and so far it's been pretty smooth. I really like how its a First-person Dungeon Crawler with grid-like movement, yet has real-time-ish combat. Makes the fights intense. I also like (so far) how there's next to no grinding - There's no gold, no shops, and monsters don't respawn, so you gotta make the most of every encounter, as well as explore everywhere for the best equipment. I also like how you can save anywhere, yet the healing crystal autosaves in case you forget. Oh, and the difficulty seems just right. I've died a lot, but its never to the point where I feel deterred. I just load up the most recent save and try again.

Oh, and the puzzles here are ingenious at times. I don't normally dig puzzles in games, but these ones have really made me think, yet they're never so hard that I feel like there's no logic to it. Hopefully they can keep this up, I hate having to stop a PC game just to look up a solution to a weird puzzle.

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