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darkswabber

I’m currently playing angry birds star wars on my psvita. Tomorrow danganronpa: trigger happy havoc will arive (along with the other 3 games) and I’ll start playing that. I’m also planning on continueing to play disgaea 4 and I want to start new game + in persona 4 golden.

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Anti-Matter

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I'm in Mission 5 from Metroid Prime Federation Force.

My Top 6 games :
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2. Dragon Quest Builders 2 PS4/Switch (95)
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gcunit

@Anti-Matter Good work, how are you finding it - does it meet your requirements?

I bought Celeste tonight and have just played through the first chapter. Initial thoughts are that I'm not sure what the fuss is about. The little scripted moments I've seen so far have charm, and the music is nice enough, but the gameplay just feels like one of several other indie platformers where dash-jumps are all the rage, like I've seen it one too many times already.

I'm prepared to give it more time to blossom into something greater and more in-keeping with the game's reputation, but I'm not sure the will to fully explore each chapter to get all the strawberries is going to be there - not enough variation in the appearance of one screen from another, or the navigation through them, to make exploration appealing so far.

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Franz

World of Final Fantasy. Last night I was stuck on that Minesweeper-like mini game. -_____-

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Anti-Matter

@gcunit
Well, after i watched from Youtube about the gameplay of Federation Force, somehow i convinced a bit and at the same time i lost my appetite with Kingdom Hearts.
So, i sold my Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 HD remix PS4 and i bought Federation Force with very cheap price (210,000 IDR or US$ 14.63)
At first mission, i failed several times due to NOT equipped with Lone Wolf mods for Solo playing. But recently i have managed to reach Mission 7 at planet Excelcion.
Thanks for the recommendation. 😀
Btw, what is the Best MODs setting for playing Solo and being Defensive ?

My Top 6 games :
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2. Dragon Quest Builders 2 PS4/Switch (95)
3. The Sims 4 PS4 + All contents (93)
4. Portal Knights PS4 (90)
5. Final Fantasy VIII PS1 (90)
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gcunit

@Anti-Matter Don't ask me, I think you've done more missions than me now
I'm not usually one to get too bogged down over the details of a loadout unless I've tried and failed a mission and decided that it's clear that a particular mod is ideal for it.

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Tyranexx

Pokemon Ultra Sun - I'm FINALLY getting around to this one after a year and a half. XD I'm still on the first island, but I do like some of the subtle story changes so far. That said, they've done absolutely nothing about all the railroading....Eh, I can at least appreciate the Reggie reference.

Super Castlevania IV - I've been playing this on the SNES Classic. It's definitely challenging, but it does usually seem fair. A lot fairer than Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts, I might add....

Super Mario World - Also on the SNES Classic. This is....I've lost track of how many times over the years that I've played this one.

Donkey Kong Country - I've been playing this when I have the patience for it; I usually don't have any problems until the fourth world. Whoever devised the location of Gorilla Glacier's save point needs smacked.

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Ralizah

I have a backlog. I want to finish up Torna: The Golden Country so I can switch my focus to FFXII. But... the side-quests in this game are great. And the storylines in them feed into other side-quests and feel relevant to the larger focus of the game. So I just keep on clearing them, despite having reached Community Level 4 two days ago.

Not sure if I'll 100% it (don't really care to track down all the slates and green barrels, if I'm being honest), but I'm definitely going to be spending a lot more time on it than I thought I would.

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Diddy64

Just a few days ago, I started playing Donkey Kong Country 2 (N3DS). Last time I started it, I forgot about it due to a new game I bought. Thus I decided to start playing in a new file. Currently in the 4th level of world 1.

Undergoing games:
Fire Emblem Awakening (mostly focused on this game)
Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D Master Quest (playing it sometimes)
Donkey Kong Country 2 (on pause)
Final Fantasy VII (on pause)
Spyro The Dragon (Reignited Trilogy) (on pause)

Kurusu

Currently playing Hyper Light Drifter. I love the world and the aesthetic but I'm absolutely terrible at it.

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Vinny

Ori and the Blind Forest, NSMB U, Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.

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Anti-Matter

Final Fantasy X Nintendo Switch.
Still at Kilika Woods.

My Top 6 games :
1. Dance Dance Revolution series (100)
2. Dragon Quest Builders 2 PS4/Switch (95)
3. The Sims 4 PS4 + All contents (93)
4. Portal Knights PS4 (90)
5. Final Fantasy VIII PS1 (90)
6. Animal Crossing New Leaf: Welcome Amiibo 3DS (89)

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starspawn85

Right now I am in the middle of FF7 but I have been trying to get through Dark Souls and Dead Cells

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gcunit

Been giving some long overdue time to Owlboy the last couple of days. Between 4-5 hours played.

The visual design is great and the gameplay is pretty good, I have particularly liked the simple but enjoyable twinstick shooting and the little puzzle elements - they're fairly simple but at the same time have a fairly unique take on the 'activate switch to open door' puzzle mechanic.

I think the thematic design of the game really has potential to carve out it's own little classic/masterpiece niche within the genre, but I fear, unless I'm pleasantly surprised before beating the game, that a few aspects will let it down, those being:

  • the underwhemling sound design, which is just a bit dull and unremarkable, with large passages of play lacking any interesting audio accompaniment - this is particularly disappointing just because there's a few brief moments where the music is genuinely a bright spot in the game, there's just not enough of it;
  • gameplay is just a bit samey so far.

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Ralizah

@gcunit What I've seen and heard recalls the more structured, narrative-heavy game design of Iconoclasts. Sad to hear about the lack of good music.

Ralizah

gcunit

@Ralizah I've not tried Iconoclasts yet (on wishlist), but yes, it is largely a structured experience. I'd say it totally suits the game and is not a negative for me at all, it's just that so far it feels frustratingly close to being really great, to rival the likes of Guacamelee and Hollow Knight, but is just a bit off in those (for me) vital places, and a slightly more generous sprinkling of musical motifs through the game could really add to it.

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Tarolusa

Currently playing through two games, one being Kingdom Hearts 3 and the other one being a second playthrough of Pokemon Moon.

Kingdom Hearts 3 - Currently have just entered the final world in the game. As someone who absolutely adores both KH1 and KH2 Final Mix, while the game is certainly fun it is definitely a downgrade in both the gameplay department and ESPECIALLY in the story department. Literally nothing of worth happens for around 75% in the game and only when you enter the final area of the game does the plot actually start taking place (and even then it feels more like badly-written fanfiction rather than an epic conclusion to the saga). I would give it around a 6/10.

Pokemon Moon - Currently about to fight Olivia. Unlike a lot of Pokemon fans on the internet, I personally really like the Gen 7 games BUT during my second play-through, I have come to notice the shortcoming of the games, such as the first island just being one massive tutorial, the overabundance of cutscenes that break the flow of game, the drop in framerates during double battles and the overall linearity of the Alola region. Despite the flaws though, I still really like Pokemon Moon and would give it an 8/10.

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Tyranexx

Tarolusa wrote:

Pokemon Moon - Currently about to fight Olivia. Unlike a lot of Pokemon fans on the internet, I personally really like the Gen 7 games BUT during my second play-through, I have come to notice the shortcoming of the games, such as the first island just being one massive tutorial, the overabundance of cutscenes that break the flow of game, the drop in framerates during double battles and the overall linearity of the Alola region. Despite the flaws though, I still really like Pokemon Moon and would give it an 8/10.

I've made the same observations during my current playthrough of Ultra Sun after clearing Sun over a year ago. I'm not quite as far as you; I'm just past Lana's trial as of this writing. The first island in general is VERY restrictive with what you can do. The only thing mentioned that I haven't experienced are the frame rate issues, but I am playing the game on a N3DS XL unit this time around.

That's not to say I'm not enjoying Ultra Sun. It's still pretty railroaded to a fault, but I like some of the additions like some of the plot changes and Mantine Surfing. The Alola Photo Club though....I'm sure some people really enjoy this extra, but it's something I can do without.

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