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    Streets of Rage 4

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    Grand Theft Auto V. Way back on release I didn't think my PC could handle it, so I didn't bother. Time just passed with my attentions elsewhere. Fast forward to this past week and Epic was giving it away for free and my PC's more than fine now so I grabbed it.
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    Sniper Elite 4 on the PS4, it was a free PS Plus game. I am exactly halfway through it, 5 missions out of 10 in the campaign mode. I am enjoying it very much thus far!

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    So, I don't think this was posted on here but...

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/paultas.../#2ac461064630

    EA looks to be remastering the ME trilogy. What that ultimately means is hard to say; as "remaster" has come to mean everything from a cleaned up and updated graphics, to rebuilding from the ground up.

    ME1 had a great story, but the combat compared to ME2 and ME3 is a bit more than lackluster. ME2, other than some graphics polishing, should be fine. ME3 though, overall, is a good game. But if they were to give it a canonical ending (like full paragon route, all the things you did through 3 games matter and you win, something like that), rather than be vague (at best), that would certainly rebuild interest in the franchise. Heck, even right now on the Xbox360, the multiplayer for ME3 is still going.

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    It won't be out until Wednesday, but I plan of spending my day off with the Soda Dungeon 2 beta.
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    So I managed to get my hands on a fan translation of the PSP exclusive Nayuta no Kiseki, which they translated as "Nayuta: Endless Trails," and which has been delisted even in Japan and goddamn Nihon Falcom, find some way for me to be able to legitimately pay you for this game because it's basically the halfway point between Tokyo Xanadu and Ys Seven and is just knocking everything out of the goddamn park.

    Or at least make a Rune Factory-style life sim game that takes place on Remnant Island, because it is a gorgeous and super charming setting (a tropical paradise where ruins and starshards that can project otherworldly landscapes occasionally fall from the sky, with a gate that leads to the land of Terra, a mysterious world where you can use divine steampunk to alter the seasons at will, one you find the appropriate gear, and also museum has recently opened up to display all the various specimens and treasures you find throughout your journey, plus you can adopt a dog), with a really fun and elaborate battle system and probably the best art direction Falcom has every had. I haven't even gotten to talking about Noi the fairy, the elemental Guardians, the divine Mythos species (think of a more elaborately dressed analogue of Ys' Eldeen species), the likeable townsfolk and tourists, or the way they somehow do a lot of world building despite never leaving the island, or how fun and robust the battle system is, etc... Just flesh out the cooking system, put in full blown Social Link mechanic (perhaps maxing out a bond with a townsperson or tourist will let you implant some sort of image representing your friendship into a blank starshards, which can them be put on display in your home or the museum), maybe make something akin to a farming/alchemy/crafting system based around Astronomy (it's a whole thing with Nayuta), and it's a day one purchase for me. Heck, link it to the Monster World from Gurumin: A Monstrous Tale for some more free and super charming NPCs you can hang out with and do quests for.

    TL: DR;. First reaction to Nayuta no Kiseki is "Shut up and take my money!"

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    So I finally finished the Final Fantasy VII : Remake . It was a good solid game. The plan for installments to the game seems like the best possible idea here. In all pretty solid 1st part of the City.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackalope89 View Post
    So, I don't think this was posted on here but...

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/paultas.../#2ac461064630

    EA looks to be remastering the ME trilogy. What that ultimately means is hard to say; as "remaster" has come to mean everything from a cleaned up and updated graphics, to rebuilding from the ground up.

    ME1 had a great story, but the combat compared to ME2 and ME3 is a bit more than lackluster. ME2, other than some graphics polishing, should be fine. ME3 though, overall, is a good game. But if they were to give it a canonical ending (like full paragon route, all the things you did through 3 games matter and you win, something like that), rather than be vague (at best), that would certainly rebuild interest in the franchise. Heck, even right now on the Xbox360, the multiplayer for ME3 is still going.
    I'd be down for a combat upgrade for ME but it's best to keep things the same.

    I passed on ME the first time but really enjoyed ME2 and ME3. I enjoyed the synth ending, so? I guess I'm okay with no story changes.
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    Sakura Wars.

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    Godzilla, PS4.

    Pretty much the perfect example of a guilty pleasure. Game's terrible. Looks average, the gameplay is slow and not so well made (and that kids is what we call an "euphemism") and it's soooo repetitive.

    But i don't know, i come back to it every once in a while, play for an hour or two. There is something fulfilling about moving a giant ass beast around a town and destroy buildings.

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    ME3 multiplayer (again)

    Still fun to do. RNG is still a pain at the best of times, but being say, a Krogan Warlord and golfing with Geth grunts? Always a blast!

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    Ancient Go and a free chess game, both on steam.

    I kinda suck at both Go and Chess but i progress, i progress.

    Go especially is difficult for me.

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    Beat Nayuta no Kiseki (the epilogue is massive) and immediately started New Game Plus mode in Infinity Difficult because NG+ doubles the amount of quests and brings in some NPCs earlier and gives them a greatly expanded role (which matches what I'm seeing), as well as letting you buy perks and new levels using your Trophy points in a way reminiscent to the Grade Shop in many Tales games, albeit available at any time after you get access to the Astrolabe rather than only at the very beginning of the game, and new options gradually open up as progresses or as you beat the the new stages that you buy.

    I'm also happy to note that it seems to have removed the need to go back and manually free the Wardens (well, the first one, at least) after you beat their respective Temples, figuring that anyone in NG+ probably remembers the plot points they recessed during those original scenes.

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    Started Skyrim this weekend. I have no idea what I’m doing.


    You happen to run into ONE skirmish and next thing you know you’re in the middle of massacring an entire city (Winter something) because people want to attack you on sight. Hopefully I’m not screwing myself out of important stuff because I see quite a few named bodies and not sure how to feel about it.
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    Yeah massacring named NPC's in cities is not good, lots of them have stuff for you to do, lol. But they shouldn't be attacking you unless you're the agitator inside the hold.
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