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 on: May 21, 2015, 10:37:12 AM 
Started by Scarface - Last post by natros
In no particular order:

1) Lunar: Silver Star [Sega CD ver - MUCH better music; darker plot than "Complete"]
2) Lunar: Eternal Blue [Sega CD ver - Longer, more challenging dungeons & battles than "Complete"]
3) Final Fantasy IV
4) Dragon Quest VIII
5) Fallout 3
6) Final Fantasy VI
7) Phantasy Star IV
8) Skies of Arcadia: Legends
9) Deus Ex
10) Secret of Mana

 32 
 on: May 21, 2015, 10:25:08 AM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by Hathen
Saw the new Mad Max movie since I heard people were raving about it, I actually didn't really have much interest in it before that.

Like Dice said, it's a very unique and ridiculous (in a good way) action movie. Really liked how so many things in the world are told visually instead of just spoonfed to the audience like most action movies seem to enjoy doing these days.

 33 
 on: May 21, 2015, 09:25:12 AM 
Started by Scarface - Last post by Klyde Chroma
...I don't know who that guy is...I really want to, though...
The only cool character in star ocean 4.

Why is it that everytime I see a cool redhead (who's totally way more awesome than the main character will ever be), the game is all like: "Oh, you'd like to have him in your party, wouldn't you? That's too bad! Guest party member is all you're going to get, if you're lucky!"

One ninja in particular will always stand out in my mind as the quintessential start of "cool character I perma-want" trend. Discovering I could save and keep him as a member was a hallmark of my childhood. Heck, its probably why I became I Ninja when I grew up :D

 34 
 on: May 21, 2015, 07:03:42 AM 
Started by Aeolus - Last post by Aeolus

It makes some sense with the concealed weapons and all, but I have no idea why you would bring a maid/butler to the battlefield. So they can pour their lord some lovely tea between turns? There's no good reason to bring and that makes them highly suspicious, which removes all the sense the class could have made.
To be fair Maid/Butler are probably the Nohr equivalent to the Hoshido (sp?) ninja...and having a ninja in the middle of the battlefield is more suspicious imo than having a maid or butler so it all evens out. >.>

Sadly, the screenshots shoot that theory down, as they depict both the Maid and Butler with Knives and Healing Staffs (or whatever equivalent Hoshido uses). The Maid in particular has the two skills attributed to Awakening's Troubadour (Res +2 and Demoiselle) in her status screen (along with a currently unidentified third skill). Moreover, said maid has 3 Skills and 6 Move at Level 2, which suggests that the Maid Class is a promoted class. I wouldn't be surprised if the same applied to the Butler.

 35 
 on: May 21, 2015, 06:56:40 AM 
Started by Scarface - Last post by Ranadiel
My top ten would be (in the order I remember them):

Ar Tonelico
Mana Khemia
Xenoblade Chronicles
Radiant Historia
Kingsom Hearts Birth By Sleep
Muramasa: Rebirth
Persona 4
Record of Agarest War 2
Valkyria Chronicles
Tales of Symphonia

 36 
 on: May 21, 2015, 06:51:32 AM 
Started by Alisha - Last post by Ranadiel
Of fucking course they're running AGE-3. I really hope the masteries take a solid dump on Kio's lame ass (hell, I may just want to Map his sad ass back into the garage/bench for the hell of it). I guess this also means we're getting Crazy Grandpa Filt, but he wasn't worth Kio then and he probably won't be worth it now.
Seriously the AGE-3? That is the second lamest of the suits operated by the main characters (the only one lamer is the speed version of the AGE-3 because...wut?).

 37 
 on: May 21, 2015, 06:49:09 AM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Ranadiel
Watched season finale of Agents of Shield last night. Excellent end to an excellent season. The sting at the end of the episode was just mean. Also I really have to wonder how the events of this season are going to impact the Inhumans movie.

 38 
 on: May 21, 2015, 06:42:52 AM 
Started by Aeolus - Last post by Ranadiel

It makes some sense with the concealed weapons and all, but I have no idea why you would bring a maid/butler to the battlefield. So they can pour their lord some lovely tea between turns? There's no good reason to bring and that makes them highly suspicious, which removes all the sense the class could have made.
To be fair Maid/Butler are probably the Nohr equivalent to the Hoshido (sp?) ninja...and having a ninja in the middle of the battlefield is more suspicious imo than having a maid or butler so it all evens out. >.>

 39 
 on: May 21, 2015, 04:15:16 AM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Yggdrasil
So, it looks like I was right to assume that MGSV: TPP has been done for who knows how long and all the extra time was to take care of aspects of MGO more so than TPP.

Also, regarding MGSV's promotion, this whole thing with teasing announcements and showing stuff early really ruins everything. It doesn't help either that Ground Zeroes, while good in its own right, is as overbearing as it is. I'm not kidding when I say that GZ throws away any goodwill Peace Walker managed to build by being just as good and self-aware as MGS3.

 40 
 on: May 21, 2015, 03:11:32 AM 
Started by ULTROS! - Last post by Tomara
Yeah, they need to split up again. Ever since Xillia they wanted to put everything into every single Tales games. It was a neat idea for Xillia, but they've never actually managed to combine it all due to time restraints.

As for Hideo Baba, I think he has some good ideas but he never seems to make them a reality. Bit too ambitious, maybe. That said, I really appreciate his effort to connect with European (and American?) fans. The events are fun, we get some exclusive tidbits, there's plenty of time for Q&A, and he plays rock-paper-scissors with the audience. And it's not just regular PR, I get the idea that he does actually listen to what fans have to say.

(Oh, but you know what Baba-san is terrible at? Remembering faces. Last year I talked to him/sat right in front of his face multiple times before sitting down for an interview on Sunday. He did not seem to remember me. Granted, I did wear a different shirt/tunic each day (first green, then purple and finally something with red and orange) and I had my hair in a ponytail once, but I'm still forced to conclude that the whole traitor thing you see in half of the games must be very realistic in his eyes.

On the other hand, he did remember by Asian coworker a year later, so... I dunno.)

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