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Discussion in 'General Gaming Discussion' started by gaiages, Sep 26, 2013.

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  1. Guitar (pseudo)God

    Guitar (pseudo)God Red Wings Commander

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    I'm of the opinion that the mobile/Steam release is the best way to experience this game. The enhancements are very welcomed, especially how slow the random encounters load.
     
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  2. AnGer-dono

    AnGer-dono ShinRa SOLDIER

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    Personally, I think the rate for random encounters is too low and the only "fix" Square Enix offered is to turn them off completely. I for one would've welcomed the possibility to set the encounter rate as you please à la Bravely Default/Second.
     
  3. Sioux

    Sioux PSICOM Soldier UFFSite Veteran

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    My Minecraft addiction took back over recently. Three months have disappeared already...do not send help...
     
  4. FFChocobo18

    FFChocobo18 Yevonite

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    I've been playing Dragon Quest VIII on the 3DS and Dragon Quest V on the DS. I've already beat Dragon Quest VIII recently, beaten the Lord Of Dragons when I had to return him to his senses, and, I'm at the land of the fairies in Dragon Quest V, and did some grinding. Also, want to know something interesting? In Dragon Quest VIII, I named my hero Lucis, and my monster team Kingsglaive, and in Dragon Quest V, I named my hero in that game Ifrit, after FFXV's Ifrit. My lord, my interest in what I've liked about FFXV had poured into these games, and if this keeps up, I might as well name my hero in Dragon Quest XI for PS4 when I do get it next year Regis.
     
  5. subwaysurfer

    subwaysurfer Stiltzkin's Apprentice

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    subway surfers just currently playing this game and so addictive.
     
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    FFChocobo18 Yevonite

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    I'm currently playing Legend Of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel on my PS3, and I'm at Chapter 1, and did some bonding events, and taking in everything, I'm enjoying the story, it's got quite the good start for me, and I'm enjoying the combat system.
     
  7. Lulcielid

    Lulcielid Turk

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    I've been playing through the Ace Attorney trillogy (DS) over the past 3 weeks, currently midway through the third game.
     
  8. Sioux

    Sioux PSICOM Soldier UFFSite Veteran

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    I am currently working through Pokemon Red & Blue and once those are slain...enough, then I'll probably move on to Pokemon Gold. God bless that there virtual console for the Nintendo 3DS.
     
  9. Zero

    Zero Red Wings Commander UFFSite Veteran

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    Besides going through Yakuza Kiwami, I've been on a big retro kick lately... since I went and picked up a CRT TV that I always wanted back before I went HD. A 32" Sony Wega Trinitron. Got it for $10 off craigslist and it's in nearly perfect shape with the remote. I currently have it setup up as an additional TV in the living room, which my wife isn't too happy about, but we'll be buying our own house next year and I'll finally have my game room so...

    I've been mostly replaying old Saturn games... Dragon Force, Panzer Dragoon series, Dracula X and the plethora of 2D fighters I have for the system. These games looked so bad on my HD TV's. It's been great playing them on a CRT again. Riding on that enthusiasm, I've decided to have my SNES-101 modded for S-Video output.

    When it comes to S-Video cables for old consoles, any of you guys tried RetroBit brand? Just wondering if they're any good.
     
  10. Guitar (pseudo)God

    Guitar (pseudo)God Red Wings Commander

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    Witcher III. Never played any of the previous games, so I wanted to see what the hype was about. It turns out, as it pertains to the story and lore, it is well worth the praise it gets. It's extremely impressive how seemingly insignificant dialog choices can have major impacts on future events. Oftentimes, you're choosing from the least-worse consequence -- something that was sorely lacking from Fallout 4. The open world itself is expansive, if repetitive.

    Unfortunately, I can't say the same for the rest of the game. I cannot stand the main gameplay loop. The controls, even after experimenting with various mappings and sensitivity settings, fight me at every turn. That goes double for the camera. I don't care for the crafting/mutagen/skill system - too obtuse for my tastes.

    I'll continue it to see the story out - perhaps I'll set it on the lowest difficulty settings so I can blow through the game and get to the good parts.
     
  11. Lulcielid

    Lulcielid Turk

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    I've been playing Assassin's Creed II (bought the Ezio Trillogy for PS3) since saturday, I've put about 10hs in the game. My thoughts:

    Story: I don't care at all about Desmond story, nor can I say I'm very invested in the whole Assassins vs Templars narrative but Ezio is a compelling enough character to carry the story.
    Gameplay: Simplictic in many ways yet quite addictive, parkouring your way through the city and buildings is pretty satisfying, weapon and hand to hand combat are serviceable. The hidden blades are -if used correctly- the most broken weapons in the whole game (basically they are 1 hit K.O machines), at least thus far. The open world is ok. The most satisfying thing thus far is exploring and solving puzzles from the "dungeons".
     
  12. LogicalFal'cie

    LogicalFal'cie Yevonite

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    I'm playing through XII again for the first time since it came out. It's enjoyable enough but it certainly isn't as good or cohesive as I remember. It's funny what your brain remembers eh? Zodiac Age itself is a great remaster though.
    Also got the Horizon Zero Dawn DlC and Transistor on the back-burner.
     
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