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Assassin's Creed Odyssey
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about 3 hours ago (edited)

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Another one into the Odyssey! Get ready to lose your social life and have fun! Most fun AC game to date. If you can, check out the Fate of Atlantis DLC eventually. It adds whole other (more fantasy-like) realms to the game which is really awesome
about 4 days ago

Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Poisoned: 3+ new games in a row
SMM2 is incredible, better than the original in every way. Controls are a bit more cumbersome than the first one and takes a lot before you get used to it, but ultimately everything is for the best. I highly recommend it! I could play custom stages for hours and building a good one can take just as long. The story mode is extremely robust as well and is packed with content. Mario has never been better!
about 1 week ago

Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Poisoned: 3+ new games in a row
Grats on the ! That's quite impressive.
about 3 weeks ago

Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Poisoned: 3+ new games in a row
Wow! Thank you for your in depth thoughts on the game, it was really interesting to read. If we both had time... we should run a game review website. Some day I will give it another shot. I have played the original XBC and actually did not care for it a whole lot. I tried so hard, multiple times with the Wii and again on 3DS. Something about the dub and visuals just got to me, I'm not sure. I kind of have the same problem with Tales of games. On paper, I love JRPG's so it should be made for me but for some reason I have trouble sticking with it. I never did play XBCX but always wanted to as I really like mechs. In fact that's why I really want to get into XBC2 because when I was looking up the game I saw this epic cutscene with mechs and was like "oh wow that looks so cool!", so perhaps one day I will be able to get in.

Also, I can't remember if I congratulated you on 100% BotW but if I did not, wow man CONGRATS! That's awesome, it's such an incredible game. Easily one of the best games of all time. I have very high hopes for the sequel.
about 1 month ago

Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Poisoned: 3+ new games in a row
Actually I started playing right before, I suddenly got an urge to play it through again. This time I want to 100% everything, maybe not right now but slowly overtime. It's simply too great of a game not to complete every single inch of it. When the sequel was announced, it was a very nice unexpected surprise!

Wow, those are impressive hours in XBC2. Care to share you thoughts on the game? I want to go back to it someday. A few things put me off like I really did not like the dub and the writing was so cringe for me at times.

Also, nice on playing Oblivion! I really like Elder Scrolls Online.
about 2 months ago (edited)

Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Poisoned: 3+ new games in a row
Absolutely! I've been dying to share my thoughts on it and have friends to play with. It's a free to play Monster Hunter lite. Everything is streamlined and simplified. Hunts are instantly matchmaked, your on an island where you sprint around gathering materials. When someone spots the monster, you use a flare to signal location and everyone gathers up. The boss fights are much like MH as well as the combat and controls. Weapons are very similar but have their own uniqueness. You don't need to carve, when you break something it's automatically added to your loot. You can cut off tails, etc, everything you can do in MH. Monster design is very inspiring and challenging to fight and learn once you get higher rank. Once it dies, the hunt is immediately over. Back in town, everything is centrally located. Crafting takes but a second. Materials are universal by element. While it takes specific mats to make the armor set and weapon, elemental cores are needed to upgrade. So you don't need to grind the same monster over and over to become stronger but any monster of that element. There are multiple quests in town that encourage experimentation such as use various weapon types. Abilities are cells that are easily moved from the menu. Speaking of the menu and user face, its so good. Easy to see, understand, can change gear and access it anywhere.

The downsides. Maps are small and there's only the one monster on the island. No small monsters or other large ones so it feels a bit barren. You don't track it's path like in MH, so it's less immersive. This can be a good thing however as I'm sure in MH you have spent a long time trying to find a missing monster. The music is generic, compared to MH's epic boss themes and village themes. It's free to play, so the quality isn't as high. I very much enjoy it however because my time is limited and I love how I can spend a week with it and get pretty far and get satisfying armor. Also I really like the style and the graphics are actually really good, its kind of cel-shaded like The Wind Waker. The game is going to continue to grow (its on season 5, which is where PC left off) on and it has cross play! It's already improved as an experience drastically from its PC launch.

I highly recommend checking it out. I was so surprised and have been enjoying it since! It's a nice way to wait til MH Iceborne which looks extraordinary.
about 3 months ago (edited)

Hey man, nice to meet you! Yeah... so I barely read your message and accidentally deleted it, idek how As for your question on how I found your profile or why I added you (I think it was something along those lines), I made an account fairly recently and wanted to try and meet new people here. So I clicked around a bunch of different profiles looking for people that were into nintendo games and jrpgs, since that's my main interest, and yours happened to match pretty well But regardless of the fact that I added you super randomly (as with most people I've talked to on here), I look forward to discussing games, maybe play together at some point and just getting to know you!
about 3 months ago (edited)

Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Poisoned: 3+ new games in a row
Hey, no problem! Grats on your new house! Having a gaming room is awesome, it's what gets me through long work weeks just knowing I have a haven to come back to.

Sekiro is incredible. It's like a faster but more stealth based Dark Souls. Like DS, it is quite difficult, however. Probably even harder in some ways. Much like those games though it takes me a while to be able to get through them. It's a good thing in my eyes, the games stand the test of time and eventually compel me to go through much hardship with multiple playthroughs. The difficulty though is so brutal, you have to be at your prime and peak just to play the game normally. So worth it, imo! Just requires a lot of skill and even more patience.