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Spoony_Tech

HappyHappyist wrote:

Any hard game I've played is easy when I'm patient and clever. Just stopping to take in the level design can make a big difference. I haven't beat Ninja Gaiden III, but I haven't played it, either! Ninja Gaiden, Zelda II, Castlevania, Meat Boy, Ghosts & Goblins, & Megaman were all great fun and not much frustration ^^

What's this patient and clever crap? If you're not playing the game full tilt then you're playing the game wrong!

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If I was only ever able to have Monster Hunter and EO games in the future, I would be a happy man.

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Fractured Soul, way too hard for me(and it's the first game that got me to say this)

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As a matter of fact i just remembered that the last boss on Liberation Maiden is hard as hell. I still haven't beaten that game!

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unrandomsam

HappyHappyist wrote:

Any hard game I've played is easy when I'm patient and clever. Just stopping to take in the level design can make a big difference. I haven't beat Ninja Gaiden III, but I haven't played it, either! Ninja Gaiden, Zelda II, Castlevania, Meat Boy, Ghosts & Goblins, & Megaman were all great fun and not much frustration ^^

Try VC Arcade Ghosts n Goblins.Its the true game. Try and play it slow you will run out of time. Try and use cheap tricks to avoid enemies and it won't work. Every part has to be fast and perfect.

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HappyHappyist

Spoony_Tech wrote:

HappyHappyist wrote:

Any hard game I've played is easy when I'm patient and clever. Just stopping to take in the level design can make a big difference. I haven't beat Ninja Gaiden III, but I haven't played it, either! Ninja Gaiden, Zelda II, Castlevania, Meat Boy, Ghosts & Goblins, & Megaman were all great fun and not much frustration ^^

What's this patient and clever crap? If you're not playing the game full tilt then you're playing the game wrong!

Played (besides NG3) and beat every one of those games I mentioned, besides maybe Ghosts n' Goblins. I beat it once, playing the game twice to really beat the game is just stupid, especially when the ending is completely not worth it.

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HappyHappyist

8BitSamurai wrote:

I wish I could give your post a like, just for mentioning Uplink. I think the game is Defcon.

I googled it, both are made by Introversion Software, which explains why they look so similar.
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unrandomsam

HappyHappyist wrote:

Spoony_Tech wrote:

HappyHappyist wrote:

Any hard game I've played is easy when I'm patient and clever. Just stopping to take in the level design can make a big difference. I haven't beat Ninja Gaiden III, but I haven't played it, either! Ninja Gaiden, Zelda II, Castlevania, Meat Boy, Ghosts & Goblins, & Megaman were all great fun and not much frustration ^^

What's this patient and clever crap? If you're not playing the game full tilt then you're playing the game wrong!

Played (besides NG3) and beat every one of those games I mentioned, besides maybe Ghosts n' Goblins. I beat it once, playing the game twice to really beat the game is just stupid, especially when the ending is completely not worth it.

You don't get the real ending to Castlevania without going through it twice either. (And the proper last boss / The hard version of Shank).

“30fps Is Not a Good Artistic Decision, It's a Failure”
Freedom of the press is for those who happen to own one.

HappyHappyist

unrandomsam wrote:

HappyHappyist wrote:

Spoony_Tech wrote:

HappyHappyist wrote:

Any hard game I've played is easy when I'm patient and clever. Just stopping to take in the level design can make a big difference. I haven't beat Ninja Gaiden III, but I haven't played it, either! Ninja Gaiden, Zelda II, Castlevania, Meat Boy, Ghosts & Goblins, & Megaman were all great fun and not much frustration ^^

What's this patient and clever crap? If you're not playing the game full tilt then you're playing the game wrong!

Played (besides NG3) and beat every one of those games I mentioned, besides maybe Ghosts n' Goblins. I beat it once, playing the game twice to really beat the game is just stupid, especially when the ending is completely not worth it.

You don't get the real ending to Castlevania without going through it twice either. (And the proper last boss / The hard version of Shank).

That I didn't know, but I probably won't do it. Impractical.

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Blue blue.

unrandomsam

I never managed the last boss of Illusion of Gaia (Or at least I think it is the last the second to last was some mummy kind of thing that I managed eventually but the one after that I never did).

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