Just saw a Let’s Play of the arcade version. I couldn’t believe how different it is. It’s almost a guarantee going from arcade to NES is going to be some changes, but where games like Contra and TMNT at least look and play like the same game for the most part, Astyanax is almost completely different.
Played a bit of Tokyo Xanadu, finished up Chapter 6 and I should be on the last Chapter. I like the game, but I’m not quite sure about the structure of the story. Each chapter has been pretty self contained, there only seems to be a small overarching story arc. In a way its structured like an anime series where each…
We had that game as kids. It wasn't bad. Kinda funny now cause I will occasionally go back and emulate it, but I can't play it worth a damn. Used to be able to beat it.
There is supposed to be one pack of DLC coming out maybe next week, the console makers had to certify it I believe while PC version already has it. Then there is the DLC to play as another character, I wonder how that will work out with accessing certain areas. Beyond that, not sure what's coming.
If you HAD to choose one or the other, I would say go with Symphony of the Night. It’s less bogged down with with various mechanics. Bloodstained has the shard system(various abilities), a crafting system(upgrade shards, new weapons, cooking), and 3 quest givers(1 list of kill quests, 2 lists of fetch quests). You can…
I finished off Bloodstained. The more you play it the more you see tiny little flaws and bugs, but nothing that truly takes away from the experience. That may be the nostalgia talking though. I ended up going for the Platinum, it wasnt too hard just a little time consuming towards the end farming for money and…
Been playing Bloodstained. Got about 50% of the map done. I really recommend it to anyone who liked Symphony of the Night.
I wouldn’t say I didnt enjoy them, but they aren’t my first choice to play. I picked up a copy(or 4) of Dark Souls when Bandai Namco had the one sale someone fucked up on, plus a copy of Bloodbourne, but never dove in.
The only one I really put any time into was Demons Souls.
What a Madao.
Just think of the Luminary as Dr. Sam Beckett. He is putting right what once went wrong. Or to quote another time traveler, “Just this once, everybody lives!”
I was going between Dishonored and Tokyo Xanadu when my package for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night came in Monday. Since then it has been between Bloodstained and Tokyo Xanadu.
As far as I know they aren’t on the Switch, but a series to check into is the Trails in The Sky/Trails of Cold Steel series. 2 separate series in a larger overall series with the addition to a third series that hasn’t been localized officially. Same universe, different nations, some characters are shared.
I really should have gone right into SC, but didnt. Maybe before September I should finish the Trails in the Sky series, and replay Trails of Cold Steel 1 and 2 in anticipation for 3!
Damn, somehow DanMachi gets a second series and I dont find out until now. They hint at much more than what they show in the first season, and the spinoff shows even more hints, so it's cool to see they are getting more episodes.
Interesting that is the name they used, but I’m used to reading about the fan translation so it’s not a big surprise that they changed it.
Is Cecilia the Sprite girl?
Which characters did you pick for Trials of Mana? When I emulated it back in the day I chose Hawk, Angela and Kevin.
Yeah, I recommend Red Dead 2, but it’s not perfect. It is definitely a game where I recommend knowing a few things before starting. I started out trying to upgrade my camp and buying a few weapons as much as I could before moving on with the story. I spent a LOT of time hunting for a way to earn money, only to find…