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Old 2017-05-02, 20:21   Link #4341
Mad Pierrot
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Join Date: Nov 2012
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Because I was a bit nostalgic
Mega Man X7: Oh god! Why did I torment myself with this?!

then...

Mega Man X8: Now this is much better Shinning Charge Shot!!
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Old 2017-05-05, 11:02   Link #4342
Mahou
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Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Germany
Age: 31
Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2: Funny, addicting and simple combat system, Uni-chan <3! NISA took A LOT of liberty with adding text and dialogues that has absolutely nothing to do with what the JP audio says.

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re Birth 1: I'm quite used to different female Voice Acting tones due to my VN playtime, but ouch, Plutia's voice is even for me cringe-worthy. Neptune's higher pitched voice borders to unpleasant from time to time, but is overall more tolerable. Otherwise her 4th-wall-breaking jokes are a bit overused but nothing which would ruin my enjoyment. Nice enough so far. Based on the JP voices.
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Old 2017-05-07, 15:07   Link #4343
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Mobius Final Fantasy on steam...I lucked out and got an awesome gacha job, time to get back on this game!
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Old 2017-05-27, 12:47   Link #4344
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Wargame: Red Dragon and rebuilt my multinational deck (fewer units than a single country)
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Old 2017-08-12, 19:50   Link #4345
Marcus H.
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Join Date: May 2009
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Tried playing Unturned, a rather low-poly Steam game that's reminiscent of Minecraft. The focus is on survival and fending off zombies, so it's like DayZ. Playing singleplayer is recommended for toasters and players without friends interested in the game, the latter because some community servers can be quite nasty with griefing and looting.

Because of the difficulty in gathering materials for proper base building, players are often stuck crafting tons of wood materials for various things OR hijacking a civilian building to make as a makeshift base. In my case, I got a convenience store set up as my base for easy food supplies. I appreciate the survival aspect, but I'm slowly finding myself back to my builder roots, so the slow progression is wearing down on my patience.
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Summer 2017: Isekai Shokudou (4/1c), New Game S2 (1/12), Vatican Kiseki Chousa-kan (4/12) and Owarimonogatari S2 (Aug12).
Continuing from Spring 2017: Sakura Quest (16/25).
2016 Catch-up: Amanchu! (1/12), Owarimonogatari (7/12) and Koyomimonogatari (1/12).
Autumn 2017: Kekkai Sensen and Beyond (6/12), Just Because! (6/12) and 3-Gatsu no Lion S2 (5/22).


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Old 2017-08-12, 21:15   Link #4346
Aoi Toori
KISEKI da yo!!
 
 
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Nadesico-C
Zero no Kiseki. Still in chapter 2, uh I'm very slow due how big the Crossbell is.
This game is awesome, the charas are reeeally charming and FUN (really hope Sen 3 interaction can be like that!!), the detective plot is interesting, and the difficulty quite decent, even on normal no slack or one hit kill on boss so far.

Overall the FC Kiseki games that I most enjoyed!
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Old 2017-08-15, 06:28   Link #4347
Mahou
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Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Germany
Age: 31
Persona 4 Golden + Ar nosurge Plus.

As I just got my PS TV a few weeks ago, P4G was *the* reason to begin with. I still remember a few bits here and there from the original P4, so nothing too much to say right now. I play on God Mode difficulty as I don't care about cheesing my way in - for me - story/character-driven games.

Ar nosurge Plus was something like a impulse purchase when it had been on Big in Japan sales a few weeks ago. It's different than AT1+2, and while some mechanics are nice new features, it hasn't screamed "exciting!" yet. Even though I'm aware that some heavy excrements-hitting-the-fan stuff will be waiting for me.
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Old 2017-08-17, 08:41   Link #4348
FlameSparkZ
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Playing Tenka Hyakken -Zan-, my gacha luck has been terrible as of late...but I guess that's normal for just about anyone
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Old 2017-09-01, 09:00   Link #4349
SufGen
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If to speak about PC games then you can find me often playing 'The Escapist' game. But it can't compared with real escape experience. I had such in LA (spent last vacation week there) in The Quest Factory rooms, https://thequestfactory.com/escape-r...nights-legacy/ . This room was great. It took us 40 minutes and we escaped with only one clue given. The staff was friendly and entertaining.
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