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- I found this old post of yours from a few days back:
Quote:I'm currently reading the Percy Jackson books and find them pretty good. At the minute, I'm on the fourth book. I've borrowed them from a friend and he's going to borrow me the first book in the next series after but I can't remember what it's called at the minute...
- Well, since your brother gave it to you, it would seem a little bit hurtful if you gave it to a complete stranger. PS3s are friggin' expensive, so no surprise. Speaking about the PS line, have you heard about the PSP2?
I'm just curious, which dungeons have you beaten?
Ninjas all the way!
*Adds on "To Watch" list*...but I probably won't get around to it for a few months/years, so don't hold your breath
- Yeah right, you would have never given a complete internet stranger a $300+ console. The most I've ever given different people over the net are candy, article of clothing, and $50 donations.
Yeah the AoL extra lives are called "Dolls" (they look like miniature versions of Link). Don't worry, no matter how much you beg and plead, I will not help you or give you any hints on the game.
Well that just shows you that most ninjas are loyal to their villages. Sure there are rogue ninjas, but in the end, most pirates have been known to back stab each other just because of gold/treasures. Pirates are more selfish, and Ninjas are more "We must protect what's important: The women, children, and village".
I may take a gander at it then, but not right now, my fun "To do" list is growing at a steady rate every week.
- If you're bored with it, I'd gladly take it off your hands If I were you (with a PS3) I'd keep it and give more games a chance (for example Batman: Arkham Assylum).
Well AoL is one of the hardest Zelda games for that reason. Plus there aren't a lot of extra lives (hint: If you see one, DO NOT pick it up. There are a limited amount in the world, so I'd recommend using them up when you're going to face off the last dungeon/boss).
Well I have some good news then: This is the latest news I've found. Apparently Blackbeard will be high-tech (probably like steam-punk I'm guessing). So I'm sure you're on the pirates side of the whole "Pirates vs Ninjas" debate. The one thing I love about pirates: The treasure, maps, and chests. But when it comes to Ninjas, I like that they are trained assassins that lurk in the night. I'm sorry but Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batman, and Naruto have influenced me to like Ninjas more.
Hmmm I suspected it had to have been a coma. Let me guess, when people visit his hospital bed and are talking to him, he can "hear them" in the 1973 world. Basically I'm assuming he heard voices throughout the series when he was dreaming.
- Hmm which games did you purchase for the PS3 (or which games have you rented)? It isn't too late to sell it of course...I'd set aside some money away for the 3DS though
AoL is a game of memorization of your enemy patterns. So if you're constantly dying at a certain place, that just means you're going at it with the same tactics.
*Sends TR a telegram*
P.O.T.C will be good STOP I honestly think the second and third movies were unnecessary STOP That might be going to far maybe Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightly were too much STOP The movies just felt too long STOP But now we'll have Penelope Cruz STOP That's an added plus STOP
You know what? I never understood why they used to call a "Dectective" a "Dick" back in the days. Do you know why? "Life on Mars", that's yet another show we've borrowed from you guys (I haven't watched a single episode, however the name has popped up in a few conversations). You can tell me how it ends. Did the main character really time travel? Is he in a different dimention? Is he in a comma?
- Did you swap all of your gaming gear for something better? Or was rent due at the end of the month
Yeah, that is it's own downfall but it seems that nowadays people want a hard game where it's almost impossible to have a speedrun. For AoL, I suppose it was more about skills on knowing what to do for each enemy encounter and remember the layouts of the place. If you're interested, here's a video of The Angry Video Game Nerd reviewing AoL.
YES! WarioWare D.I.Y. is another prime example of Sandbox gaming. "Sandbox elements" have snuck into a few video (and computer) games in the past, however now they've developed so much that you can create your own levels/worlds to play in that it has now become it's own genre. Mario March of the Minis, Lego Universe, and the new Halo game are just a few more examples of Sandbox games.
Nope, there hasn't been any new news that I'm aware of. "Papers and magazines"?? Are you living in the 1980's ()? We have the internet now! That gives you far faster news and information than any form of printed press. If you click on the "On Stranger Tides" link I left behind in my previous VM, that will give you everything I already know about the movie (and nothing more). Since they are filming in Hawii, I wouldn't be surprised if there are some Hawaiian-based websites that might give you onlooker perspection of what's happening. But to answer your initial question: No. No official release date has been set.
"DI"? What does that mean? For Lost fans it means "Dharma Initiative". As for the endings of LOST, I was somewhat disappointed. I honestly wouldn't have minded if they took an extra season to really wrap up all of the answers to the questions they gave us. Now that you've told me it was similar to Ashes to Ashes (a series I've never head about before you told me), I was hoping for something more original.
- Hey Rotinaj!
Yes, I'm familiar with those disks as well.
Ah, I recall that you bought the DS version on my own accord. I hope you'll like it (you won't love it, but like it, I wouldn't be surprised). I have not familiar with "Ashes to Ashes", but considering the title of the program I'd assume it would have to do with death (the same as the ending of LOST). Is the program any good?
Haha, just imagine how hard AoL would be during the NES days when the internet wasn't even made public yet! I honestly never heard of it's reputation as a poor Zelda game before. If you want to talk about poor Zelda then you might want to talk about FS, FSA, and at times I've heard the same for PH. Skyward Sword...there isn't much to go by just yet. I don't own a Wii, so I've never played TP or will I ever play SS...until I buy one.
What's a "Sandbox" game? A sandbox game is where YOU the player can create levels and whatnot to entertain yourself of creativity. For example LittleBigPlanet is (right now) the most famous Sandbox game out there.
Nooo, I have not seen the movie. I was away for a few weeks on vacation and haven't been able to watch any movie (I've been busy since my return). Oh! And speaking of PotC, here's a teaser trailer of the upcoming movie: On Stranger Tides.
- Hmm what I'm sorta thinking is this (when it comes to downloaded games): Here in the states we have disposable DVDs for rend that only have a limited amount of use (like 2-3 times and then it's useless). I was thinking, maybe they could do the same thing for games. You can download a game, and give it to 2-3 friends (but only a demo). After that, you're can't give it to anybody else. However, when it comes to sales/swaps/etc... my guess is they can always have discounted prices for older games (yeah, I've mentioned this before), and probably do a swap thing like: Trade in 3 old games and download 1 new game for free. That seems reasonable, right?
Being a sword-play video game, it's hard to NOT think of Zelda when playing the Mana series (especially the 2D games like Link's Awakening). Secret of Mana...hmm if you liked ALttP, you'll like SoM. And as for Children of Mana, the ending reminded me too much of Link's Awakening (but then again, the ending of LOST also reminded me of Link's Awakening).
Nintendo has been somewhat synonymous for making the second game of each platform be a little bit different than the first. Super Mario Bros was different and I think Metroid was different (on the Gameboy). So yeah, Zelda did take a risk to give it the 2D platformer approach, but it's worth the difficulty of the game. That's the great thing about AoL, compared to the other games, YOU THINK you know how to solve every puzzle and everything in all the previous Zelda games, but AoL is different that it gives you a challenge (more so on just straight out surviving than puzzles).
Oh and one more opinion on Children of Mana, I believe you can play online with a few friends, but I'm not that certain because I never had the chance to. What I haven't had the chance to play is Heroes of Mana. That is a Mana game that has changed a little bit. I'm somewhat interested in playing but as of right now, my main focus is on Golden Sun DS. Once I've played through that game (that BETTER have online battles), then I may focus my time on others.
I have not played D.I.Y. yet. But speaking of "doing it yourself", why are there more and more "Sandbox" games lately? I mean I've seen games where you can create your own levels, your own alien, your own tools, your own race track, etc... It's like the programmers want to give you the best game, but they want YOU to create it for THEM.
And you're welcome about the review. Have you seen the movie yet? I haven't, but from one ZUer's review on it, it seems like it's up to par with Pirates of the Caribbean
- I just thought you'd like to see this: Video Review on the Prince of Persai: The Forgotten Sands Wii version.
- Yeah, certainly hold onto it. This is a problem that ALL gaming companies should try and find a solution to for the future. Because maybe not today, but certainly some time in the future all/most games will just be downloadable. I believe we've already had the discussion about online download discounts/sales after an allotted amount of time after the game's initial release to make it seem like a used-game offer. And we also discussed about the old games issue. Sure we can purchase old games from websites, but are we able to somehow purchase old/used games from each other? Will there be a way to not use the game developer as a 3rd party in exchanging downloaded games for credits?
Secret of Mana "changed the world"? I honestly wouldn't give it that much praise. The series actually started off as an Action/Adventure Final Fantasy spin-off game (instead of the traditional RPG games) called "Final Fantasy Adventure". The original Gameboy game had a few references to FF (like Chocobos), but not enough to call it an actual sequel of sorts. At most I'd compare Secret of Mana as a LoZ rip-off, but still, it's a good game, but certainly not worthy of a title "that changed the world". Maybe that was an old Nintendo Magazine booklet that you read and their options of games back then were somewhat slim
AoL is indeed to good game. When it comes to classic NES games, I have to rate it up there with LoZ (but I like LoZ a little bit better), but it's definitely more difficult as they come.
Oh! Slightly good news on Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands for Wii. GameStop says it will ship on the 18th. However, GameStop sometimes can't tell the difference between a bird and a fish. They'll say anything in order for you to put down money for the game.
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