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 31 
 on: July 21, 2014, 10:01:57 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Monsoon
I caved in and bought a 3DS yesterday afternoon.  The library had gotten too strong; I could name more than ten games I wanted to play, which is plenty.  Found a weekend Best Buy deal for This model 3DS, which comes with Mario & Luigi: Dream Team automatically downloaded.  It has a 30th Anniversary - Year of Luigi emblem on the bottom, heh.  I also took advantage of a buy-1-get-1-free deal to pick up The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and Kirby Triple Deluxe.  They were most definitely trying to clear out 2013 inventory with this sale, and I was happy to take advantage.  THEN, apparently I wasn't done because I ordered a copy of Bravely Default for $30 online that same afternoon.  

Total haul: silver M&L 3DS XL + four games = $245.  Not bad.  I can keep eating well most nights with that.  Mario & Luigi is pretty solid so far.  The dream-platforming is silly/fun and the combat is just as good as the first three games.  I *love* the Luiginary moves.  Dreamy Luigi is the best.  

 32 
 on: July 21, 2014, 09:24:37 PM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by MeshGearFox
Why is fruit salad?

 33 
 on: July 21, 2014, 08:41:49 PM 
Started by xpsychedelico - Last post by xpsychedelico
Has anyone tried The Capitals? It's city-building like Suburbia but with more icons and complexity. I like the simplicity of Suburbia, but The Capitals has more combo potential and multiple tracks to juggle.

 34 
 on: July 21, 2014, 07:57:33 PM 
Started by Farron - Last post by Annubis
I just started watching the video on Youtube and I'm really puzzled how the FPS can be so bad whenever something moves when the graphics are bare minimum...
Reminds me of the stuff we have where I work where it's programmed so atrociously, it needs 6 linked graphic cards to render 2D.

 35 
 on: July 21, 2014, 07:43:31 PM 
Started by Cyril - Last post by Farron
I like how these games have added a disclaimer saying where there are events. I am so tired of running around town every day in order not to miss an event. Now I can see the events right away and go there.

I'm glad to see they added flags for the events. With me it happened almost like you, I played most of Ayesha but didn't trigger a certain event which was necessary for the story to advance, when I finally managed to see it I had little time to do anything else and had to run through the story.
After this I decided to give the Atelier series some time to breath. Not much, I just think I'll wait for the Vita version of Escha & Loggy instead of getting the PS3 version. I might even try the Japanese version if I manage to find it at a good price.
Like you said, I don't replay them, at least not as soon as I finish them, so I like to give some time before going back to them.

 36 
 on: July 21, 2014, 07:27:44 PM 
Started by Farron - Last post by Farron
Have anyone else seen this game called Sunrider: First Arrival on Steam ?

Basically it's a Visual novel mixed with Strategy RPG. The scenario is something of a space opera where you are the captain of a spaceship on the run from some tyrants of the galaxy and along the way you recruit new people to your crew and makes choices along the way.

After having played two hours I must admit I'm pretty impressed. The characters I've met, even if stereotypes, are interesting. The music is excellent, I can't stress how much I enjoy it, it really helps setting the mood of the game.
Oh, and the best part, it's completely free, no microtransactions, no catches. From the little I've looked into, it's a successful kickstarter that made this possible.

So, I highly recommend this for both SRPG fans and Visual Novel fans alike. There's even a "Visual Novel" difficulty level for those that just want to enjoy the story, because I heard this game gets really hard on normal.

 37 
 on: July 21, 2014, 06:53:27 PM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Klyde Chroma
Gee golly, Dagger. When it rains it pours as they say. June/July proved sort of soggy for me as well, but nothing near as severe as what you are enduring. My thoughts go out to you.

One of my biggest unfounded fears is someone breaking into my place and stealing my gaming crap. I know I would never get half of the merchandise I've collected back. On that point, I think it takes a for real scum-bag to steal someones personal  goods. There are a great many moral lows man can reach, but stealing another mans personal belongings is something I REALLY detest and can't understand. There are a number of other immoral, illegal ways to go out and make money that does not directly hurt and violate another innocent human being. People can really suck alright.

 38 
 on: July 21, 2014, 06:37:41 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Klyde Chroma
SPECIAL NOTE: I bitched about the glitchiness erroneously. I played the last two chapters on my alternate PS3 and it ran smooth as can be. Ok, so it wasn't quite smooth... But it totally was NOT AT ALL as bad as it was on my first system. This strikes me as really odd seeing as how they are both the same model (60gb) PS3's.

Just out of curiosity, why would you have two identical PS3's?
Might be a difference in firmware depending on weather or not you do regular updates on both systems or just your main one.

Basically I have 2 seperate areas for games. Initially I got a second PS3 because I happened across a stellar deal on a new unit and I was going to resell it and make a quick 200 (at least that is what I told myself to justify it!!). I reconsidered and kept it to have a PS3 in both areas. My other gaming hardware doesn't get near as much use as the ps3 it seems. The vast majority of what I want to play falls between the PS1-PS3 era and a 60bg unit is the best way I have found to experience that on newer televisions.

Both are routinely used and updated to the same firmware.



Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (iOS) - I'm an hour into Rydia's story, and I'm somewhat struggling due to a lack of healing magic, although two of the characters can randomly heal when they use their Band, and I have a few other helpful Bands as well that I've been leveling alongside my character's experience levels.


I played through the PSP version. However if they are ANYTHING alike, don't like the struggle get you down. The vast majority of everything beyond Rydia right up until end-game is marginally easier..... so much so it proved extremely disappointing to me.

 39 
 on: July 21, 2014, 06:31:24 PM 
Started by Jet16 - Last post by Blace
This game requires 50 GB to install... 50! That's the biggest I've ever seen.

http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/07/21/the-last-of-us-remastered-has-a-50gb-install-on-ps4?watch=&utm_campaign=fbposts&utm_source=facebook

 40 
 on: July 21, 2014, 06:15:50 PM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Blace
How do you beat Persona 4 Golden in 25 hours? o.o

I was closer to 80 hours.


There's no way this was beaten on a brand new playthrough in 25 hours! haha Unless you literally were jamming the X button through all dialog and disregarding all shadows while dungeon crawling. That is beyond insane.

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