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Bravely Second: End Layer
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01. Final Fantasy X HD (Vita) 02. Tales of Zestiria (PC) 03. ibb & obb (PC) ♥ 04. Trine (PC) ♥ 05. Dungeon Defenders (PC) ♥ 06. Final Fantasy (PS1) 07. Diablo III (PC) ♥ 08. Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation (3DS) 09. Fire Emblem Echoes (3DS)...

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about 2 days ago

Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
I'm unsure if I can keep on beating games faster than new releases I want come out. I guess that's how I went from 40 to 2000+. I did beat Panzer Dragoon on Saturn (as well as Panzer Dragoon Mini for Game Gear) recently, and probably will play Zwei soon.

I'm pretty sure that unfortunately, no, things will not be okay, and it's just really hard given she's the family member I was closest to to be in this situation. I suppose the most I can do from keeping from getting super depressed is just fall back on Backloggery and try to step up my activity here, as hard as it may be, because this community has generally been amazing for me in tough times, like after losing my cat of 19 years in 2014.

If there were translations of the three Lunar games for Saturn, I'd jump on them on like Mednafen in a heartbeat, but I doubt they are, at least the main two probably will never get translations, since they're on PS1, and Saturn's popularity in comparison is tiny...and I think I asked you about Magical School's translation like 7-8 years ago, and noone had started it, but I know there is a patch for Walking School on Game Gear.

I hadn't thought about getting a CRT for my main TV, probably because the way this room is set up, I'd probably have to do some remodeling to fit a CRT. If anything, I guess I would hook up more of my retro consoles to my CRT in the other room, it's kinda weird that I keep them all hooked up if I can play everything retro on my RetroPie, isn't it? I mean, not N64, Saturn, or Dreamcast, but I have an N64 everdrive, so it's not like I need all those carts in here again. I guess if I did that, I could probably fit at least one shelf in that room, things have gotten pretty full in here...I have 4 five layer shelves, and I'm struggling to make room for new PS4/Switch games. Maybe I'll put most of my Gamecube/Wii games away since I have Dolphin and that's generally really stable, it's how I'm playing Shake It, and I've had no problems with it, just some slight audio glitching when I tried Four Swords Adventures...which is too bad, cause I'd LOVE to play that online with Netplay.

I still haven't really figured out what to do. I definitely don't want to try to become "popular" at all on Youtube, because I certainly don't want all the baggage that comes with it, and I suppose if I just left that as a place to watch videos rather than uploading them myself, I wouldn't care about views as much. I'm at a weird place with that and streaming.
about 2 days ago

Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Oh, I haven't used SSF in years, since like two computers ago, when I actually had Daemon Tools installed. I think that turned out to have some malware hidden in it or something, but I haven't used SSF since. I managed to configure it the way I wanted it, which was really hard for me to do at the time, and then my PC at the time wasn't the best, so even Sonic Jam ran like shit...but I'm not sure if the emulator was at a great place back then. Not only do I have a real Saturn now and have since like 2010 (so I must have stopped using SSF shortly after I joined here in late 2009), but I use Mednafen now, given that I hear it's built for beefier PCs than SSF, and I have a pretty amazing computer now, everything I've ran so far I've been able to run at max without any issues...but I still don't play too much on PC, I still vastly prefer handhelds and consoles. I suppose I play stuff on Steam more than I used to, though, but it's largely in spurts, minus multiplayer games. Still, I managed to beat two Steam games in the month of January and one in March, that's definitely an improvement. The main thing I like in PC games is modding games, such as the obvious Sega Genesis Classics with workshop mods, but Sonic Generations and Resident Evil games as well. I even want to rebuy RE0 and possibly Sonic Mania (though at this point that would be like the 10th time I've bought Sonic Mania, I gave it out as a gift to a lot of people) just for the mods...and the faster loading in RE0 with the doors doesn't sound bad either.

Well, now that I'm more used to it, I don't really mind it, I suppose at that point I hadn't tried it yet and was pretty sure I'd hate it, given my general dislike for most games built around that. I guess NNK2 has it in small enough doses that I don't mind it at all. Also, I was stuck for a while on the skirmishes, but that was just cause I had forgotten the button to call reinforcements, so I was beating my head against a wall in the Chapter 4 skirmish. Obviously, they're much easier and dare I say more fun to me after you realize you can call in more guys.

I was hoping I could beat Ni No Kuni 2 before Yakuza 6 came out, but obviously I wasn't. From what I hear, I'm about halfway through it, at least. I definitely want to play lots of Yakuza 6, but I don't want to go through it too fast, like I sometimes do with Yakuza games (Kiwami took like 2 days for me to beat). I want to play God of War when it comes out too, pretty badly.
about 6 days ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Can definitely recommend both Asdivine Hearts and Asdivine Cross. Others I'd suggest are Grinsia, Chronus Arc, Alphadia, Alphadia Genesis, Dragon Sinker, and Revenant Saga. Drac would likely add Infinite Dunamis and Justice Chronicles, but I haven't gotten to them yet.

Antiquia Lost is a bit of a black sheep as it had a really fun cast and its system is like a mix-up of many of the above games (EXE-Create ones especially), but its story was one I felt dragged a bit since there was basically no plot for like the first 3/4. To each their own though.
about 7 days ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Seconding what Drac said about the Kemco RPGs. They were wonderfully accessible and you just pick up and play rather than deal with 3-hour long intro cutscenes and another hour of tutorials. With these, you're getting into the action in less than 5 minutes and tutorials can be skipped.

Most of the stories have been surprisingly good as well. Having to rely on a "less is more" approach allows for leaving several things up to the imagination and one particular plot twist in Alphadia Genesis nearly made me drop my controller in shock due to not realizing how attached I'd gotten to that character.
about 1 week ago (edited)

Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
To me, they're like the confort food of JRPG. You can easily go through them in around 20 hours (you know, like in the good old days, when RPG were not a 100+ hours experience), have tons of accessibility options to make them less of a chore, and most of them have an interresting enough story that motivate me to go through them. But obviously, people spite on them because they looks like budget titles (which they obviously are), and originated from the mobile scene. But to me they're perfect games to chill-out in-between more hardcore games. Asdivine Hearts seem like a game a lot of people suggest if they want to experience a good Kemco JRPG, maybe if you want to try one, start there? It's pretty much available on everything