Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Hodor, Jan 25, 2017.
SMG2 is definitely much harder than SMG.
(still haven't gotten to the last world)
I've just finished Super Mario Bros. Wonder. Pretty great game.
Though I wished it more variety with the bosses, instead of just being Bowser Jr. with very minor changes (bar the final boss). I think in this case, as overused as they can be, I think the Koopalings would have been alright if they didn't want to make all new bosses.
Final boss makes up for it, though.
Still Cyberpunking in 2077. All I'm doing is pretty much knocking people out without doing a lot of fire fights. I need to do the former since many of gangoons I fight are likely to be murderers and all, especially with some quest having NPC's note how some of the gangs manage to be complete scumbags and yet I'm just more likely to do the pacifist option of "violent caveman" with a baseball bat rather than the option of gunning them down with a futuristic pistol.
Decided to start playing Radiant Tale. I stopped playing Bustafellows, I honestly hate it. The common route drags on to long and the fast forward feature is way too slow and the romance and character chemistry is barely there. Overall, not super impressed probably the worst Otome game I played and I don't understand the hype about this one.
Saw a solar system in SE that is about 12 billion years old with red dwarf.* That's almost as old as universe.
*Any other fusion-powered suns that are so old would've become stellar remnants by now (besides orange dwarf).
This Radiant Tale game is interesting, though I was expecting it to be more... circus-y and less medieval fantasy.
I've been playing Disney Dreamlight Valley. I have been as mean to the Disney characters as this game will allow me.
Edit: Except for Ursula because she is my best friend and has never done anything wrong.
Also nebulae can look like pokeballs: spherical and half red, half white.
Part of me is still very mad that we just forgive companies for releasing unfinished garbage because they might fix it years down the line. Imagine if books were released without spellchecking or movies without video editing.
All that shit would be worse if it did spill out into books and video. I will admit to enjoying Cyberpunk even as the mess it was on release out of curiosity but knowing how one of the people on the dev team said it should of stayed in development for at least 2 more years is something that should be heeded. Unfortunately, executives and the like would beg to differ. I won't hold shit against the devs that actually had to work and crunch on this but I do hold some against higher ups that made all these stupid decisions, and I'm a person that generally doesn't even give much of a care. Way to put that as an example would be seeing some Youtube or Reddit post sounding dramatic about it compared to some other random post saying "they fucked up and shat on the carpet and have us pay $100 for a special action figure that's included with the game."
Also still playing Cyberpunk 2077. Have to go back into Starfield if it gotten a patch or Baldur's Gate 3. And as an aside, I find it dumb yet funny in how people try to uplift BG3 while shit talking Starfield when the two are completely different. Bethesda hasn't made an actual RPG since Morrowind and Starfield's better opponent would be Cyberpunk 2077 since both actually have me run around shooting things. Starfield may also get that same scrutiny of "unfinished" from the crowds though for them that's more like "modders have to fix it" which I just think is dumb since all modders can objectively make as a good mod are unofficial patches. It does make me wonder if Cyberpunk 2077 can get any mods since one friend noted he's playing with a furry mod that manages to actually run well with Cyberpunk's lore. And honestly, I'm wishing CDPR had a cyberpsycho quest where I'd have to take down a cyberpsycho furry that would leave the fixer stunned and confused.
Also nebulae can be cubical.
Fucking CDPR managed to fuck up Cyberpunk 2077 in a different way: scaling attribute checks. I thought they simply increased some due to doing early game quest but nah, they literally increased them in proportion to my level. Just why? I don't want to waste a respec on attributes that's one time and also requires me to unequip perks on top of visiting a ripperdoc to get rid of my cyberware. They need to roll that back, scaled enemies are fine but scaled attribute checks are literally annoying as hell. At this point, I may as well check out Starfield or Baldur's Gate 3 again.
ive been playing various mortal kombat games from the ps2 era, mk deception, armageddon, and shaolin monks.
Bought Lords of the Fallen (2023) and I will say its much better than Lords of the Fallen (2014) simply by having the protagonist swing their weapon with actual speed and not doing some winded up attack that's slow and telegraphed. Redid my character because I locked myself out of other endings when I was still debating on what to do in which ending to go for, not because I want to pick a certain path but because a nice looking armor set and the character quest its tied to is apparently tied to one ending I locked myself out of.
Back when people played it for the actual game and not the quirky fight intros.
Cult of the Lamb and Final Fantasy Theatrhythm: Final Bar Line
I've got a copy of Pokken tournament sitting on my computer desk right now waiting for me to play it for the first time. But I'm busy with other things at the moment.
~10 years old but new to me
SE find: a red dwarf "only" about 3 times the width of this planet
(usually they are more gas-giant size or about 10 times the width)
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