Natalie Degraffinried
natdegraff
Natalie Degraffinried is a staff editor for Kotaku.
9/17/19
11:00 AM
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Hey! I saw the review you mentioned and have not had similar problems using the same version (1.0.1). I’ve primarily been playing in handheld. The audio has run fine and I haven’t had any of the weird clipping that happened for that reviewer.

9/5/19
8:12 PM
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I’m not telling anyone to buy it or not buy it. I’m critiquing a game whose original I played and liked things about, just liked I played this version and, as I pretty clearly said, liked things about it. I also found some things about it asinine. *shrug*

8/30/19
12:37 PM
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Rin’s addition actually makes him *slightly* less frustrating overall, but all the original “Just say something, you ass” moments are still present and in full effect!

8/22/19
5:12 PM
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I’ve actually fallen off recently, but for several years it was Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins

8/22/19
4:48 PM
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Probably Grandia 2. I’ve been listening to it for essentially decades now and still am not tired of it. There’s also an EXTREMELY WEIRD and great remix of one of the in-game hymns (which itself is written in Portuguese transliterated to Japanese) that includes...a random rap verse

8/22/19
4:43 PM
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Actually yeah, this track from the remix bumps it from consistent top 5 to consistent top 3 for me

8/22/19
4:32 PM
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Promised Neverland is great—highly recommend the manga as well. Demon Slayer is cool if you’re looking for standard shounen fare. Another show with a likable good lad protagonist. I enjoyed Dr. Stone’s manga but the anime has the same pacing issues the beginning of the manga had, so... I mean, if you have time to waste

8/22/19
4:30 PM
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My answer will be different within an actual hour, so this is just a list of three I deeply love:

Threads of Fate, Xenoblade Chronicles, .hack//Infection