Sunday, June 18, 2017

Culdcept Revolt - Why It is Fun (Advertisement)

http://nisamerica.com/games/culdcept-revolt/
So I just wanted to advertise the game a bit by going over some of the aspects of the game I find interesting about it. It really is one-of-a-kind, but it is so one-of-a-kind, it really isn't for everyone. Which is why it needs as much advertisement as possible.
And you know, if you've never played it before, it is worth trying once. Revolt especially has tried to make the single-player mode more fulfilling than ever, so even if you don't want to fight against other people, there is plenty for you to do.

Please keep in mind that what I find interesting can also be the reason why someone might find the game not suitable for them.
Still... Just buy the game and try it.




Sunday, June 11, 2017

Monster Hunter Stories: Final Impressions, Thoughts

My thoughts on the game, upon finishing the main story. Of course, there is plenty to do after you beat the game, and Capcom provides new quests and updates (the DLC are free, BTW). I haven't really explored all of that, but so I can only touch a bit on that.

Oh, and last time I checked, the localized version should be coming out this year too. Since the language in the game is... "Monster Hunter language" (except for a few lines), I'm sure the dubbing was easy... (since there wasn't much need for new dubbing)



Wednesday, June 7, 2017

New New 3DS! : Onto the 3DS' last sprint? + Transfer Complete

I leave a question mark on the title because I do not assume I will get another new 3DS, as this new one should last me until the successor.

Currently:
Monster Hunter XX, Monster Hunter Stories

Backlog:
Stardust Amazoness, Fire Emblem Thracia, Mercenary Saga 2

Possible buys:
Ever Oasis, Alliance Alive, Radiant Historia, Etrian Odyssey Dungeon 2, Megami Tensei Deep Strange Journeys, Megami Tensei (title unknown?), Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon

I originally did not use a Read More line, but I ended up also adding the steps I took to transfer between systems and the post started getting long.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Fire Emblem: Echoes - Characters

Actually, I don't really have that much to say, so it'll just be screenshots of my stronger characters in my army. Any character whose image is now below were considerably useless and not really worth looking at.
Also, these are the levels and stats and classes they were in upon beating the game.

Stuff I want to say (JP names, BTW, since I don't know or care about their English ones):
-Effie's character is very... ugh, but her unit stats are very good. Her only weakness is her RES. After I changed her into a Mage, she was a magic user that had higher defenses than any of my other units, including Armor-types.......
-Dyute's states are a bit higher than they should be. Because I had her drink from the HP and DEF (her only weaknesses) water a few times.
-Overall,
--Physical Wall -> Effie
--Magic Wall -> Dyute
--And the others do their stuff too, but these two are my MVP.
-The Okama Archer (Leo) is actually pretty weak, but as he was my only archer on Celica's side, he played an important row until the two sides met up.

Oh, and I find Dyute (Loli, Genki, Imouto, Fang) very cute.


Fire Emblem: Echoes - Thoughts

Finally completed the game. I bought it when it was released in Japan, but it dragged out all the way until now.
Hey, Monster Hunter was released only a month before it. It's only inevitable.
I'll leave another post for Characters. Mainly pictures of my team.
For this one, thoughts/review on the game. Since the game has been out for so long, I will not hold back on the spoilers, BTW.



Thursday, May 25, 2017

Thanks, Nintendo Badge Arcade!

You know it's going to end one day, and the day has come... Well yeah, I didn't actually play this game until this year, so I wasn't with it for the majority of its run, but still, that lonely feeling.
(PS: The game itself has not ended, but it will no longer be updated)



Thursday, May 18, 2017

Wait, what? (Fire Emblem Echoes)

The localized version is already out for Fire Emblem Echoes? Dang, I really need to finish it then. I've been so focused on Monster Hunter that I haven't even found time to play it.
I mean, both games have good content, but if you have to choose between a complete game that gives you free new quests each week vs. an incomplete game that will no doubt "offer" enough paid DLC to buy another copy of the game by the time the DLC ends, you're gonna choose the complete one. It's more worth it too.