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 71 
 on: February 25, 2015, 12:39:26 PM 
Started by Dice - Last post by Yoda
Fantastic last episode. I wasnt a fan of them
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showing jerry's funeral tho.

Yeah the first season was weak but the rest was pure gold.  But youre wrong, season 6 was great. cones of dunshire, 'nuff said

 72 
 on: February 25, 2015, 11:03:47 AM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Aeolus
I decided to put down Persona after finding Kidori again. Now I'm playing Skyward Sword.

I beat the first dungeon, and I still can't figure out what I didn't like about it before. I mean, I always figured most of the problems were small, but I...didn't have much of a problem with anything this time around. Only minor quible was the eye things, where Fi, who will constantly bug you about every other little obvious thing, never gives any hint as to actually solve that part. But I remembered it, so it wasn't a problem this time. Navigating wasn't a problem this time. Controls weren't a problem this time. Puzzles were challenging, but never daunting. I always figured them out without even having to resort to Fi. I'm honestly having a good time, and I think I'll continue with this for a while.

I HATED that.  I remember that few times I actually needed a tip, Fi's answers were exceptionally vague or unfulfilling or not helpful at all.  But she'll sure as fuck remind me my battery is "low" for 8 hours.

SS has its good parts, but honestly, you're just at the first dungeon.  If things don't feel at least a little repetitive by the end then congrats, you're on the one side of a very, very divided fanbase that seems to love or hate this game.  :/

Playing FF9.  This part of the game annoys me...

Beat Majora's Mask, and I'm so sad it's over, but I'm glad I grew up and gave it a go again.  I was definitely part of the younger players when the game was first out that was a little too intimidated for it.

SS's repetitiveness doesn't really start to sink in until Level 3 or the second Silent Realm section. Though Fi does make it feel a lot more repetitive than it is.

Which part of FFIX? Burmecia? Clerya? Gungan Roo?

How was the Stone Tower?

 73 
 on: February 25, 2015, 10:52:11 AM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by natros
The Evil Within - The dog thing that keeps hiding in the bushes and jumping out at you in Chapter 6 has earned my utter contempt. I have tried to beat the fucker at least 10-15 times at this point. It is infinitely irritating how quickly it has dispatched me on most of those attempts. It goes beyond yelling at the the TV. Straight to quiet rage.
It doesn't help that the player character moves with all of the flexibility of a cardboard cutout, and this thing is hopping all over the place like some sort of giant disgusting rabbit. Not really an even match... It's difficult to accurately unload the more powerful weapons into it, as they are slower all around, and that contrasts greatly with this nimble asshole.
I'll get 'im eventually, but it won't be pretty on either side of the TV.

Skyrim (PC) - Got my orc level 20. I'm still ultimately going for a tank/power puncher, but building up the necessary skills to make that happen takes some time. For now, I'm just working on the Companion quest set, and wandering around otherwise. This game is a total blast on the PC, for sure. Even without mods. Easy to get lost in.

 74 
 on: February 25, 2015, 10:06:28 AM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Mickeymac92
@Dice - true, We'll see how things go. I'm love or hate on Zelda games already, but since this is the only Zelda game I never got far in before, I'm really curious to see what side this lands on.

 75 
 on: February 25, 2015, 09:43:26 AM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by natros
Stretch - A fun dark comedy/action flick. About a down and out limo driver who takes on a job driving around a very eccentric rich-type person (Karos) in order to pay an important gambling debt. Unsurprisingly, crazy shit unfolds.
Sounds unoriginal, and the premise itself pretty much is. However, in my opinion, the execution is good here. The dialogue is witty, and the acting is good. Chris Pine shines as Karos, and Ed Helms is great in his (way too small) role. Jessica Alba is in it. The main character, 'Stretch' seems to be the least crazy of most of the people he runs into, and is relatable.
Also, Jessica Alba.
All in all, nothing groundbreaking, but still a pretty good time.

 76 
 on: February 25, 2015, 09:38:10 AM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Blace
Beat FFV. Spent 2 hours in the final dungeon and about an hour of that was perfecting my strategy to beat Neo Exdeath because he was pummeling me for awhile. Finally decided Freelancer was the way to go with everyone so that I could equip two abilities of my choosing and some ribbons. I lost his battle after having him down to one piece left twice because of status effects (zombie is a bitch) which was infuriating to say the least. I ended up putting the throw money ability on two people to hit every piece (who needs money when you are about to beat the game), had a healer with time mage to keep up haste because he is way too fast otherwise, and then had a person dedicating to summoning and white magic (bahamut hits everything and does the most of all my wide area attacks so that's why I did that, in addition to Phoenix hits everything and revives a character which is nuts). Once I figured all this out the battle was cake, but it took me dying about 5 times to figure everything out. The first part of the battle is really easy though so it didn't take long and the awesome automatic quick save feature on the IOS version made it to where if I died it took me right back to in front of Exdeath again. I did so well on the final battle that I got the achievement for not having a single character die in the final battle. I'm debating on whether or not to do the extra dungeon. I'm kinda over the game now, but I want to see the new jobs. Decisions...

In other news, I started The Evil Within. Hated the beginning of this game. No weapons, bad sneaking mechanics to where the chainsaw guy found me almost always, and the graphical performance is all over the place. Pop in everywhere, blurry textures, and weird presentation. Eventually when you get weapons in chapter 3 it gets better. Starting to enjoy it a little more, but this has been a little disappointing so far. I expect better from Shinji Mikami.

 77 
 on: February 25, 2015, 08:46:03 AM 
Started by ULTROS! - Last post by Annubis
side note: Who pays attention/finds out about this kind of stuff? Granted, 3 hours (looking at the "last record update") is plenty of time to find about something but, still, I find it interesting that people are able to find out about it.

Not many people anymore because Steam DB just updated and it removed all names (from now on, all old stuff is as is).
Everything is anonymous now.

 78 
 on: February 25, 2015, 06:35:39 AM 
Started by Klyde Chroma - Last post by Dincrest
Sounds a bit like Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble, which I thoroughly enjoyed.  Xenoverse sounds cool.

 79 
 on: February 25, 2015, 03:06:24 AM 
Started by Agent D. - Last post by Dice
AARRGH.  Do want. 

Not sure if I wanna get it now, or wait a month for more episodes, or wait for a 'gold edition' with all the bells and whistles.

 80 
 on: February 25, 2015, 02:33:13 AM 
Started by Agent D. - Last post by kofvscapcom
pre-purchased and made it through episode 1. Enjoying it thus far and there's actually couch co-op which is kinda weird. Raid mode currently is only offline but once all the eps come out I think there's a lot of fun to be had there.Also, Moira has some of the most bizarre lines of dialogue, even for an RE game.

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