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Tasuki

Right now too many lol

PS4: CoD: WWII, MLB: The Show 17
Switch: Super Mario Odyssey, Golf Story
SNES Classic: Super Mario RPG

Push Square Moderator and all around retro gamer.

My Backlog

Nintendo Network ID: Tasuki311

Ralizah

Still working on SOMA, but I've also started Bastion. It feels like a game that was designed for a portable console, what with the numerous bite-sized levels you explore throughout the game. I had to remap a few commands thanks to how unused to PC gaming my hands have gotten lately: I love the mouse aiming, but using the keyboard to move and utilize various commands just kills me. Maybe I should get back to learning that Steam controller?

Well, whatever. Bastion is a real looker and has a consistent, stylish vocal narration throughout, but the initial charm of the presentation wears off quickly, and you're left with a decent, twin-stick-style action game.

Switch FC: SW-2726-5961-1794

RR529

Shantae: 1/2 Genie Hero (Switch) - My first official Switch game!

It's been fun so far. It looks absolutely stunning, I've enjoyed the humor thus far as well, and the gameplay, while familiar, holds up.

Blog: https://rrblogweb.wordpress.com/

Currently Playing: Hitman GO

Recently Beat: Castle of Illussion: Starring Mickey Mouse, Lara Croft GO, Front Mission Evolved

sillygostly

I'm mainly playing DOOM and Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation. I might play a bit of Ultra Moon and Super Mario Odyssey when I feel like breaking the monotony.

sillygostly

3DS Friend Code: 2578-3134-0847 | Nintendo Network ID: sillygostly

Ralizah

Started two games recently: The Mummy Demastered and Valkyria Chronicles Remastered.

TMD seems like an enjoyable but perfectly ordinary Metroidvania so far. Doesn't feel like it has much in the way of its own identity. Not much to say about it.

Valkyria Chronicles Remastered, though! What a beautiful and fun game! The permadeath and tactical action favorably reminds me of Fire Emblem at its peak (of course, with the wonderful mix of real-time and turn-based strategy gameplay that gives the game a unique identity as well). Love how all of the soldiers are unique people with their own identities and voice actors. Love the fantasy twist on a traditional WW2 setting. And especially love the gorgeous art style.

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Switch FC: SW-2726-5961-1794

Tyranexx

I'm still playing through Wind Waker HD. I'm assuming I'm halfway through the game at this point since I just obtained the Master Sword from the suspended Hyrule Castle. I must say, the stained glass portraits of the sages in that chamber hit me right in the OoT nostalgia.... I'd probably be a lot farther along story-wise if I hadn't already wasted so much time exploring every inch of the Great Sea that I can. XD As is, I'm about to go off and rescue my sister!

In the handheld department, I just (finally) started the first Yo-Kai Watch this week. The graphics and 3D effects are pretty neat, the writing is clever and brings a smile to my face, and I like how the game isn't afraid to present real-world issues to the player. The only things I have trouble getting behind are both the battle system (though this is partially because I'm used to babying my touch screen) and how random Yo-Kai recruitment can be (something I came into the game expecting).

Video Corner: Possessed by Cappy
Currently playing: Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, Xenoblade Chronicles X

Nintendo Network ID: Zelda_By_Night

kkslider5552000

I've been playing Asura's Wrath and have already finished Act 2. It is AFAIK the only straight up QTE game I've really played, at least for any real amount of time. It's clearly a very good one, and is exactly the type of over-the-top anime nonsense I want.

Bioshock is 10 years old. Let's play through its horrific environment and see why its so beloved!
LeT's PlAy BIOSHOCK < Link to LP

3DS friend code: 2878 - 9709 - 5054
Nintendo Network ID: Slider...

matiasu

When the living room TV is available: Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen (PS3)
Otherwise: Etrian Odyssey III (DS)

Gamer since 1983!
3DS Friend code: 3136-7297-6077

Heavyarms55

62 hours into Xenoblade 2 and only just finished Chapter 4. Also I intend to finish Batman and Minecraft Telltale, still. Doom, Golf Story, Mario Odyssey, and Fire Emblem Warriors are all on my list of incomplete but needing to finish.

Heavyarms55

Tyranexx

I'm still working through Yo-Kai Watch. I've had to make myself stop doing so many sidequests so that I can actually progress through the main story. XD I think I'm over halfway through the game at this point; my watch is Rank B, and I'm just about to go to the museum in Breezy Hills with Eddie. I've warmed up to the battle system a little more, but I still find the risk/reward system of Yo-Kai recruitment to be awkward. Still, this is one of the better games I've played on the system!

Since I felt like getting through one of my shorter backlogged games, I've been playing the disk version of Wario Land: Shake It! on my Wii U. I absolutely love the animation, the mechanics are (relatively) solid, and most of the levels have been fun to play. There's definitely more to this game than meets the eye, and I just found out that it has secret levels....

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Video Corner: Possessed by Cappy
Currently playing: Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, Xenoblade Chronicles X

Nintendo Network ID: Zelda_By_Night

Gamecubed

Pokemon Ultra Sun - about 3/4 through the story, I think. I wanted to be done with it by now, but life/work get in the way.

Titanfall 2 - About halfway through the story, I think. It's a short game single-player wise, but everyone kept telling me the campaign is fun. It has been. It wouldn't say I'm blown away by it, but it is fun and a slightly different take on FPS.

Mario Odyssey - Got it and a Switch (and BOTW again) for Christmas. I can't put it down.

I hope to knock these off my list in another week or two. The backlog is disgusting. I'm actually afraid that I'm going to start playing BOTW again on the Switch (already played it to death on Wii U in the spring), and I'm not going to touch anything else for three months. I keep telling myself that 2018 is going to the year I take on the backlog.

Gamecubed

darkfenrir

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - Damn, already 108+ hours and I'm still only at chapter 6! This is very good game to sink to too... (and I think I'm going to go farm for money before doing anything else There's around 70 Normal to go through, 20 silver, and 50 gold cylinders... -w-; this will be "fun")

West of Loathing - Funny little game. Want to finish it though so I can go sink to other games, but so far it's reaaaaaaaaaally good. Good jokes all around.

darkfenrir

Switch Friend Code: SW-0242-3593-1338 | 3DS Friend Code: 2122-5996-0541

Ralizah

Pinball FX3 - Default table. Not sure how long this will keep my attention.

Valkyria Chronicles Remastered - Just finished chapter 10, and am getting ready to complete another skirmish. Absolutely brilliant game so far.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - 35 or so hours in, and I'm in the early hours of chapter 4.

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony - Just started chapter 2. Due to a... change... at the end of the first chapter, I've been thrown for a bit of a loop.

Switch FC: SW-2726-5961-1794

kkslider5552000

I started playing the 3DS Rhythm Heaven. Why did I waste my time with almost anything else when I had this game just sitting on my 3DS for...a while now?

Not entirely sure I like the direction they took so far, but I know there's a lot more to this version, I've read reviews. And it's still incredibly fun.

Bioshock is 10 years old. Let's play through its horrific environment and see why its so beloved!
LeT's PlAy BIOSHOCK < Link to LP

3DS friend code: 2878 - 9709 - 5054
Nintendo Network ID: Slider...

RR529

Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

My first in the series. The battle system is dense (enough so that I don't think I'm going to fully learn it), but hopefully, as a JRPG, enough levelling will get me by with my limited battle finesse, lol.

Currently in Chaper 4, 20-30 hours in (?), and my party is in their low 30's (32-33, depending on character).

Blog: https://rrblogweb.wordpress.com/

Currently Playing: Hitman GO

Recently Beat: Castle of Illussion: Starring Mickey Mouse, Lara Croft GO, Front Mission Evolved

6ch6ris6

Heroes and Generals for PC
free2play mmo-shooter set in WW2. pretty addicting

Steam: ACAB or 6ch6ris6
waiting for a pricedrop on switch

Anti-Matter

ARMS, LEGO CITY UNDERCOVER Switch.

Anti-Matter

Tyranexx

Golden Sun (Wii U VC) - A very interesting and (so far) fun RPG. Using and experimenting with Djinn is quite an experience, and the story is interesting (if not a little windy at times). I'm about eight hours in and last saved the game in Imil. I'll be catching up to Mia (and likely adding her to my party) during my next session.

Steamworld Dig (3DS) - I picked this up during the recent eshop sale. Needless to say that once I started playing it, it's been hard to put down at times. I never thought mining ore would be this much fun.

Video Corner: Possessed by Cappy
Currently playing: Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, Xenoblade Chronicles X

Nintendo Network ID: Zelda_By_Night

subpopz

Farcry 3 - PC
Trine - PC
Killer Instinct - PC

(I'm working on some of my Steam backlog )

subpopz

MarcelRguez

@Tyranexx Those games are fantastic. About Golden Sun, keep in mind that it's relatively short by JRPG standards and that, plot-wise, the sequel is actually the second act of the first game. Without spoiling anything, the original climaxes at what would be the "mid-game climax" of other JRPGs (I like to compare it to the World of Ruin in FFVI). It's still a very satisfying experience and it's not like it ends abruptly, but if you want to experience the whole story, you'll want to play the sequel as well.

MarcelRguez

3DS Friend Code: 3308-4605-6296 | Nintendo Network ID: Marce2240 | Twitter:

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