This topic reminded me of that time when I used to play DOAX. Yes, I enjoyed the volleyball and casino aspect of the game, a no, I felt no shame for buying all that swimsuit for my then-waifu, Hitomi.
I think that was just my way of saying that I was feeling burnt out with the whole thing, plus it was also that time when my raid group collapsed, so I was left with nothing to do (I was caugh up with all the relevant things, only the grinding sections of the game were left). So I told him I’m taking a few months off… Read more
Every time I survive a boss encounter in a Souls game, I always have this satisfying feeling that I gave a good fight, especially if I had to die repeatedly before, and learn the fight by trial and error. Read more
So if I want to talk to you Furby, the Aikage account is the best contact?
Same, I was confused for a moment.
Appreciate the input, I’ll be looking forward to that NieR review then! As soon as I finish my run of DS3 (I got sidetracked recently because of Ghost Recon), I’ll probably pick either of those along with Andromeda.
Haha Z, I had no idea that the crows disturbed you that much, and I am glad I took care of those for you.
I really don’t have a deep reason for playing video games, other than to have fun. So I increase the difficulty of a game that I play if I feel like I’m not getting a challenge in the normal difficulty. Read more
Every time I try a different game genre, or series, yes I do feel overwhelmed, but I always just dismiss that as the prerequisite learning curve. Open-world games, however, can be overwhelming, especially if there are so many things to do, and you’re not sure which to do first. Read more
Baldur’s Gate is intimidating, especially for folks who never had any kind of experience with D&D (I should know, because that was also my introduction to it). Also, that 2nd edition ruleset didn’t help much. I distinctly remember reading and re-reading the manual that came with the game, and having my friend explain… Read more
I’m splitting my adventuring time between two vistas: Lothric (Dark Souls 3), and Bolivia (GR: Wildlands). So far, so good, although I’m primarily keeping the later mainly for coop with my friends. As for DS3, I can entertain you with stories of me dying repeatedly and loosing souls, if that’s your jam. XD Read more
You probably know this already Z, but I rarely replay games, even those with multiple endings. When I start a game I always go in with the idea that I should get to the best ending (and even the idea of a “best” ending is subjective). Once I complete a game, I put it away for good. Nowadays, however there are notable… Read more
I’ve been playing Dark Souls 3 for the past few weeks. I bought it on day 1, but I didn’t really touch it seriously till recently. This will be my 2nd Souls-game (Bloodborne was my training wheels), and I’m really glad I’m over the learning curve. I’m not really bothered by the dying (the only way for anybody to learn… Read more
I’m also on this same mindset. When they announced that Andromeda is coming out in 2017, I was almost positive it’s going to get delayed. I guess the fact that I did not hear much about the game late last year cemented this notion in my head. Read more
Have you tried other lending institutions, or maybe a credit union? It sounded weird to me that your bank won’t help you with your home loan, especially if you’ve been a long-time depositor there. Read more