I’d be happy if video game companies implemented difficulty levels for their games (I’m looking at you, Nintendo). Eg. “Easy” for kids, “Normal” for casual gamers, and “Hard” for people who wants a challenge. It takes like 20 minutes to program, why the f*** doesn’t every game have this feature? Also there’s a lack of turn based rpgs, especially strategy rpgs. It seems like Fire Emblem is the only srpg series left.
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I’m neutral. I’ve watched the show, and while it is pretty overrated, I like it. I’m okay with bronies, but some of them can be annoying (bringing up ponies where it’s not relevant) or just plain weird (eg. Lyra plushie).
This rare gem would be a perfect game if it wasn’t for the money grinding. I still give it a 10/10 though. This game has one flaw (unbalanced characters) but other than that, it’s perfect. Best strategy game I’ve ever played. This is my favorite RPG of all time, and IMO it’s pretty much flawless. The story, the music, the battle system… everything is just so well made and polished. With 70+ playable characters and 3 different endings, it’s got good replay value as well.
Wow… didn’t see that one coming. The fact that George isn’t writing it is a step in the right direction, though.
That f***ing spike corridor in IWBTG.
Most annoying anime character ever, and that’s saying something.
Quite a few will disagree with me now, but I think this is the 2nd best Zelda game (only AlttP trumps it). I have to this day never played a game with better fencing/swordplay than this game.
“By all that is holy do you see that enemy over there?”
I was playing Zelda 2, when my big brother accidentally shot a floorball ball and hit the nintendo. I then noticed that my attack level had gone up to “H” (max level is 8) and I could one-shot every enemy in the game, including bosses.
I’ve read the bible, so no.
Enjoy the nightmares guys!
Final Fantasy IV. I don’t get why people like this so much. It’s a good game, but it has two major flaws: 1. No class/skill customization at all (unlike every other game in the series, what gives?) 2. You don’t get to choose your characters. They randomly join/ leave your party, which IMO is really frustrating.
Kazin, from Shining Force 2. One critical hit (or sometimes just a normal hit) and he’s a goner. You don’t have to restart when he dies though.
Good riddance, I say. The 7th season was when the show started to decline and now it’s not even worth watching.
Hey guys, whenever you’re using google image search to look at funny pics or whatever; Do NOT type “hnnnngg” in the search bar and scroll down to page 14. Why not? Well, let’s just say that there’s a certain image there that normal people might consider to be slightly unseemly. And for some reason, safesearch doesn’t filter it (which it most certainly should). There, I’ve warned you. As for me, I’m off to get some much-needed brain bleach.
I wonder what kept him going…
I thought I could beat Airman. I was wrong.
Jar Jar Binks and midichlorians. Need I say more?
I think you misunderstood my post. Games are supposed to be challenging, which the new Zelda games aren’t IMO. Imagine playing Tetris and the only blocks available are the squares. Or how about playing a space shooter with infinite lives? When a game poses a challenge, you make an effort to overcome that challenge. If you succeed, you are rewarded. If you don’t succeed, you try harder and become stronger. If it’s too easy, you don’t have to make an effort, which makes the reward much less enjoyable.