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- Chrono Trigger is considered to be one of the best games ever, by many people. It's a really epic game, with great music, a unique battle style, highly memorably characters, and 13 different endings (on the DS, and 12 on the SNES / PS version). New Game+ is mandatory at least once to be able to see all the endings, and for the perfectionists I think about 7 playthroughs to round up enough Capsules to max out all the maxable stats. (Though on the DS you could win many such items in the added Battle Arena mode, so you wouldn't need to replay the game that much).
I'm not as good at FPS games as I used to be. Skyrim is crazy popular, even my ex, who is not a gamer at all, ended up getting into it. As in completely addicted. It's really good when there's tons of things to do in a game, but after a while it starts to feel like a job, and the perfectionist in me would like to temporarily escape from it but not be able to xD It's kind of like that with Pokémon too, though there's much more levity there, and less pressure to do everything. They don't push you to collect all the Pokémon, defeat all the trainers, or take part in the sidequests too much.
But yeah, I'm sure I'll end up playing it some day. Good quality games deserve it!
- Lots of different endings is awesome! A lot more games should have that, really. It's an easy way to make the game 10 times more replayable. If you've ever played Chrono Trigger, you'll know.
Ah yes, the immensely popular CoD & Skyrim. I actually haven't played either! Maybe someday. ^^
Cool. I've been very occupied with the games. I skipped on Platinum & HeartGold too, but finally got them on eBay so I can enjoy them when I have the time. After this busy weekend I'll have time to properly get into White 2!
- That actually sounds good, yes. I'd like to play such a game. There was the one maffia one, but it seemed like a little TOO much "this game is basically a movie you click through" so it seemed dull. But if you can control a lot, it's much cooler than when most of it is predestined.
Hehe. I haven't been in a FPS mood in quite a while, but when I am there'll be way too many choices, it seems. xD
AWESOME. I take my imaginary trainer hat off to you, sir. \o/ I'm almost done rounding up mon in the previous games, so I'll start on White 2 soon.
- How does "Heavy Rain" play? Oh cool, I didn't know there was a Walking Dead game. I have Resident Evil 4 - Wii edition but haven't got around to playing it yet. I'm a little behind on some things. ^^
I wouldn't call it the best game ever. It had a higher learning curve (or anti-frustration curve) than others. But once you know everything there is to know, it's a delight to play through again. Anything's possible. So many permutations and things you can do.
I'm very busy with the Pokémon games right now, so it looks like another Zelda hiatus for me. Although I still have to continue my recent playthrough of MM & SS, so who knows what I'll do. ^^
- You really can't go wrong with the big names, I agree.
There are still good games out there, but if they're not on any Nintendo console, I don't think I'll end up playing them soon. I guess I'll eventually end up with a PS3, just for a couple games. Like the downloadable "Chrono Cross", since the original was never released in Europe.
It's hard to find those true gems - it helps to look around on forums like these where people will inform you of any such games :3
The Oracles are great, and yeah the Seed of Courage game never made it. They couldn't handle a threeway linking system. Understandable, at that time. I really want to play them again - they had a great feel to them. A bit like the Majora's Mask of the 2D games. (Not when it comes to mask, sidequests or NPCs per se, but they both have unique worlds, yet feel very familiar. Like LA, mostly).
- Hehe, well you shouldn't worry too much as it'll be quite a while until we see a Zelda Wii U. Probably a Zelda 3DS first, but I don't think we'll get any Zelda games until around this time next year at the earliest. Except maybe for the 3DS VC versions of the Oracle games. Those would be neat, as I've only played them twice.
I mostly stick to the Zelda, Mario and Kirby games, but you do rack up games when you discover other great ones. Donkey Kong Country Returns was awesome, LEGO Star Wars - The Complete Saga, Zack & Wiki, SSBBrawl,... And I used to get all the James Bond games as well. I have all the classic and Mega Man X games, and a lot of Bomberman games. Some RPGs as well, though they're always very involving, so you'd need a lot of time.
- Ah yes, dat gold cartridge... to my knowledge they never released one in Europe (so not a PAL one).
I preordered White 2, which I should be able to pick up just before dinner. I've been replaying some of the previous games (just for fun), and rounding up some mon to complete my collection in the 5th gen. It'll take a while, but as long as I'm having fun with it I might as well stick with it. ^^
NSMB 2 is actually quite good. It has mostly original stages, it feels less like a copy of NSMB & NSMB Wii than you'd think. You'll find a lot more coins in the stages, sure, but that doesn't mean it's easier in any way. It's more tempting to risk your life for some coin-related things, and the tricks are more advanced than in previous games (where it would mostly be about gaining easy 1-UPs, which isn't really an issue anymore since 100 coins still equal one life, so there's not really any need to go crazy with 1-UPs, but there are several tricks to maxing out your coins, often having to do with the gold rings (making pretty much everything poop gold for a short while), and using the Gold Flower as efficiently as possible). The max amount of coins you can get in Coin Rush is 30,000, and that's just for 3 consecutive stages, so the target of one million isn't as far away as I originally thought. (The game caps it at 30,000, theoretically you could amass more coins than that in one "rush").
I got the DLC the other day. Three packs of €2,5 each. Three stages in each pack, all for the Coin Rush, with pretty steep 'target highscores'. The easy one is really easy, and FULL of gold. The medium one is very colorful, and the third one is "One mistake and it's over!" (It literally says that). Pits... pits everywhere. T__T I haven't survived all 3 of those yet. But it's definitely a nice addition. I just don't really like to pay extra for content that should have been in the game already in the first place. But oh well. I hope it won't become a recurring thing with Nintendo. They're usually above that. It will make it much easier to reach a million coins some day, since getting up to 30,000 coins is very doable in the first extra pack.
Paper Mario: Sticker Star & Luigi's Mansion 2 are also coming out for the 3DS this year (actually not sure about Luigi's Mansion 2), so that will definitely add to my small 3DS collection too.
Pokémon will surely keep me busy for several months. I can't believe the Wii U is already upon us next month. I still need to preorder it. I wasn't sure before, but it became more of a "why not" kind of thing. It's not like it'd get cheaper anytime soon, and NSMB Wii U and Rayman Legends are really good reasons to get it. Would be cheaper to wait til some type of combo deal, I suppose, but I don't know. It's a luxury problem, isn't it? ^^
- There's already red in the image, so that might complicate things.
Trying to get some things done. I'm too good at procrastinating. When it comes to games, I've been replaying the 3D Zelda games the past few weekends, and I've been replaying some of the Pokémon games on the train. And NSMB 2 at night, lol. ^^
- If you say so.
But don't say I didn't warn ya.
This is hawt!
La Couturičre (Rarity's Theme) [Original] (Feat. Octavia, Lyra and DJ Pon-3) - YouTube
- It's either you like the show, or you don't like. That's all there is to it.
I gave the first two episodes a chance(since they go together) and I was wanting to watch more. I was very entertained.
So don't knock it until you've tried it.
*sends you a get well soon card*
When did you turn twenty?
- I think it's the same with some art forms. I think my pictures are really ♥♥♥♥ty because I stare at them so intensely. I just leave them be for a couple of months, then I look at them again and see that there are some nice things as well.
Hahahahahahhaha! Do you have that thing in the US - in Sweden we call real flop movies "kalkonfilmer" (that is, "turkeymovies")? So the murderer being an actual turkey is just beautiful. Wonderful.
Oh wow! Now I want to visit Austin. Can I also assume that there is a decent music scene there? Stockholm isn't very good against lethargicness, it's so hectic and people are on their way all the time, towards some huge goal of self-fulfillment and prestige. Woah.
Well SHUSH YOU, I am 22! (thank goodness, I'm surrounded by people that are older than me, i.e I am The Kid). Also, you are now allowed to buy alcohol in Sweden!
- Home blindness. I get less blind if I come home after a long trip, though.
"As long as it's entertaining" is a good rule of thumb! Oh I can recall one ridiculously bad movie; 10.000 BC. Just plain awful. Anachronisms, filthy women with fixed hair and makeup, walking from siberia to Egypt, via central Africa, in two days or so (wrestling some sabertooths on the way), just brilliant. Oh, and mammoths helping in building the pyramids. I love the title "Thankskilling", I want to high-five it.
Will you be moving towns then, or switching area on a local level? Moving is messy! Hahahha, I think I'm done with stats now, only one more report to send in. I hope I'll pass, I will celebrate with fika if I do. And fika A LOT if I don't, to keep morale UP.
I'm glad you find more time to write! I hope you have some inspiration as well!
aaaaaaaaand I hope you have a lovely birthday as well, congratulations!
- Oh the whole surprise aspect to it is quite nice, I never expect when to get VMs! It's like the cherry on the cake (not in surprise-factor, but in day-up-spicing).
I am VERY proud and pleased! And fika does not necessarily mean coffee. It can be salty stuff as well (but not an entire sit-down dinner - that would be a sit-down dinner). I hope it is well-received.
Oh yes. Inorganic. I do like inorganic, I love glass and steel, but I don't have very much of that. Therefore it becomes exotic and cool. I like scenery. My pictures are mainly nature and towns.
I love references. I don't make obscure ones, but obscure enough for my surroundings not to get them. I give myself cred points though. What movies are you into? (:
Ahhh life............ I moved to the big city, closer to school, now living with Buu @ ZU. The weather is cold. The tv-series are coming back. I'm doing a statistics course which leads to my mind being full of numbers and really geeky pick-up lines.
Is your life more fun?
- About Cojiro
- Favourite Zelda Game
- A Link to the Past/Ocarina of Time
- Favourite Zelda Character
- Midna, though the incarnation of Link from Wind Waker is a close second.
- Video gaming, photography, writing, watching horrible movies, and making obscure references.
- Lets just say I work in retail. Lol.
- United States
- Date of Birth
- October 7, 1992 (20)
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