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ITT We talk about whatever game we feel like talkin about (54)


1 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2010-05-14 15:46 ID:sbn6zXDe

Just talk about whatever game you're playin, want to play, want to buy, what you just bought - whatever.

Just a nice, lazy places to spout random crap about games.

45 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2011-06-18 03:11 ID:iJZN3/SF

I'm playing FF4 on the DS right now. I like it, but I didn't realize it was so short...

46 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2011-10-10 15:36 ID:OIyTxW0p

I've been playing Ys Seven. Before now I had only played Ys: The Ark of Napishtim on the PSP. So far I'm liking Ys Seven a lot more than Napishtim. Thats not to say Napishtim was bad. It just wasn't exactly that memorable in my opinion.

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47 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2011-10-29 08:36 ID:2D5+ZMpY

Dungeon Defenders is really awesome, but it needs a LOT of work to make it easy

I can tell just from one day of playing that the class I picked, the squire, has overpowered towers

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48 Name: hashitaru : 2011-11-15 00:42 ID:5yMCartI

I'm still playing Persona 2 IS on the PSP.
I have one question though,
are the Monster Hunter games any good?

49 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2011-11-15 22:30 ID:mMnzMqqL

>>48
Yeah, but you only need one depending on who you play with.

If you prefer being online, go with tri for wii or possibly freedom Unite with adhoc party, Xlink, or something else.

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50 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2011-11-15 22:40 ID:mMnzMqqL

>>49 here
the funny thing about this that I forgot to mention is that it is very easy to die while doing this shit without great reactions, ideal planning and results, and perfect understanding of mechanics and how X behaves in Y way as a result of Z and so on.

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51 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2011-12-19 15:32 ID:ZNWZswnm

>>50

sounds interesting. can you show a video demonstration of this technique?

52 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2011-12-19 17:05 ID:Xpm1rzG5

Greetings,

Let me tell you the story of Ascian. We started back in march this year. Back then I didn't really have anything in particular to do, and I felt like getting involved in something. So I started what we at first referred to as a "Neckbeard Gaming Community" by creating a thread on /v/. It was actually quite successful and we came up with the name Ascian (which means shadowless, it's a bit hipster-ish, I know) and I bought the domain "ascian.me". We were, and still are, using Skype as our main method of communication. Slowly people started dropping off and getting "dropped off" (kicked). We still had some core members, though, most of which are still left. Then in august, I think it was, we did another mass recruitment. We got a lot of new members, and of those the majority got kicked within the first few days or dropped off after a while, but we still got a few more core members.

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53 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2012-02-08 13:15 ID:ZNWZswnm

i've been playing this 1999 playstation game called ちっぽけラルフの大冒険. anybody that likes 2d platformers and unforgiving difficulty should definitely find a copy. one hit sends you back to a checkpoint, and you get a game over after 3 lives, generally sending you back to a checkpoint further back. lots of precise jumps are necessary and level memorisation helps. it's not unbeatable or anything (as long as you continue), but expect to be doing certain parts and boss battles over and over again and using tons of continues. good music and great graphics, too. one of the best platformers i've played.

54 Name: Anonymous Gamer : 2012-06-22 22:18 ID:5yDsUKxy

I've been playing the Japanese version of Final Fantasy VI. This game has such a touching story, and I love the characters.