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Sep 23
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That was my initial impression as well, however it only works on larger enemies. The arc is quite wide, so not all arrows will it an enemy if you stand right next to them. So while there are times where it is useful, it’s not useful all the time.

Sep 23
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Here are some tips of my own, having played the game for a week now: Read more

Sep 18
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My favorite is the second world map theme. The first world map theme is oppressing which makes sense given the war, but not something to listen to all the time. The third theme sounds more like a town theme. The fourth theme is a bit too calm for my tastes considering the stakes in the story at that point. Read more

Sep 17
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The system had a great run. While I was intrigued by some of the games on that system like Fire Emblem Awakening and Metroid: Samus Returns, I just couldn’t bring myself playing on a small screen. I’m a 100% television gamer which is why the Switch is so perfect. It’s the best of both worlds. Here’s hoping some 3DS Read more

Sep 15
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Cool story bro, let me know once Twitch nails a landing in Top Gun for the NES. THAT would be impressive!

Sep 10
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The re-release of this game gives me hope that other games that are in licensing limbo will one day see the light of day once again. I’m holding out for No One Lives Forever in particular. I’s been five years, but I won’t give up hope!

Sep 9
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This reminds me how in Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones on the Wii you had to constantly swing the Wii remote in order to attack. My right arm was going legit numb after a day.

Sep 3
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This reminds me of the Metroid Prime Trilogy which received only one print run and was never re-released in its original physical Wii edition. Sure we got a Wii U digital download eventually, but still. Perhaps they always intended this to be a special release to begin with since the US version got a steelcase by Read more

Aug 21
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Raid really is a great track. The Namco X Capcom version gives it the orchestral treatment (while the PC engine version already sounds like an orchestra, by that I mean it uses non-chiptune instruments), and while the 2014 version feels more like an OC remix (as in, it uses different instruments and a different Read more

Aug 21
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For more background information about Japanese gaming bars, see the video by Super Bunnyhop:

Aug 7
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It’s been five years since their last game, though. I’ve been burned by developers I previously trusted in blind faith before, so I’ll not give them a free pass until I see some gameplay footage. Read more

Aug 7
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After the lukewarm impressions of Marvel’s Avengers so far, I’m concerned that this will also suffer from being a comic universe crossover game that falls flat. Read more

Jul 30
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I’ll take any Splinter Cell over nothing. And hey, there can be good anime with a serious tone. While this really shows my age more than anything, Death Note was an alright serious drama show that had one supernatural element, but otherwise kept it believable with all their characters. Read more

Jul 23
4

I haven’t seen such a blunder in a Nintendo game since Other M. Thankfully they can patch it via an online patch this time around.

Jul 15
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No kidding, this message shows up ten times here in the comments. I still see a double post once in a while, but this had to be either intentional, or the biggest screw-up of Kinja yet.

Jul 7
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I won the Final Fantasy IX strategy guide as part of a gaming magazine raffle prize - it was the no.1 prize too. I never felt so lucky in my life!
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Jul 1
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You have to see things in perspective. Back in 2007 when Crysis was released, there weren’t many games out there with levels of that scale, as well as offering different playstyles (stealth, guns blazing, hit and run tactics, using vehicles etc.). It was like Resident Evil 4 and the first time you step into the Read more

Jun 26
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Making jokes like that is against the ToS.