Thursday, August 17, 2017

Update (Radiant Historia)

Since it's been a while since the last post, I just wanted to make a note that I am still alive and still working on Radiant Historia. While I am on the last chapter, I still have to complete the new events and all of that stuff before I can really comment on the remake. So yeah, still have a ways to go, I guess.

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Super Smash Bros WiiU: Current Usage Stats

Still working on Radiant Historia. Hard Mode is... hard...

Anyways, I recently got a 7777 Battles congrats message thing, so I just wanted to record my current character usage.
Oh, and as shown on the right side of the blog, I sometimes upload videos to

Mr. Game and Watch -> Unique moves all around, powerful recovery that keeps instant death combos away
Ganondorf -> Duh. So powerful and fun to use.
Donkey Kong -> Strangely addictive. I picked him up after the above two though. Also, probably the only regular character I use that has range on his attacks (the arms that don't have hurtboxes)
R.O.B. -> Sometimes just want to use a projectile-main character
Little Mac -> Sometimes just want to use such a... one-sided character
Palutena -.> Waifu! ...Though her playstyle honestly doesn't suit me
Jigglypuff -> Sometimes just want to use an underdog... Though I don't really have the bravery to Rest
Ike -> Starting to get used to him

Monday, July 31, 2017

The Alliance Alive: My Thoughts

As the title says.
I finished the game, so I wanted to put down my thoughts on the game.

Next up is Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology!

I do not believe I really put any important spoilers in the post. At least, nothing that much more than what the official site/Twitter revealed before the game was released.

Oh, and I think I wrote down everything I wanted to say about the game, but there was so much, I may have ran out of energy by the end and left something out.

Monday, July 10, 2017

New Game! Part 2 - The Alliance Alive

Next up is Alliance Alive, developed by Cattle Call and published by Furyu. No, it looks very similar to Legend of Legacy and there are a number of similar staff, but that was developed by Furyu while this is only published by Furyu.

It's theme is the good old RPG. That means a lot, but without even touching on the game content itself, that means:
-No DLC (AKA, let's rip out part of the game and sell it seperately)
-No voices (ROLE PLAYING <- Come up with the voices you think match the characters)
BOOKLET! You remember these guys?!

(BTW, Sting is quite irrelevant now, but their Riviera (artwork by Tobe Sunaho) is still an awesome galg... I mean, game worth playing)

New Game! Part 1 - Radiant Historia

Due to saying more than usual with more images, I'm splitting this up into two sections, both with Read Mores.
And by the way, you might be wondering why it took me so long to get these games, but there was a problem on the store side. I have a good idea on what caused the problem, but I ended up minimizing the damage (as in, shipment delay) by switching my purchase to the more-costly limited edition for Radiant Historia. But hey, you do get the full soundtrack along with some other stuff, so it isn't wasted money. Just that I originally did not intend to buy the limited edition version.
(To be honest, the lack of action on the store side was bad customer service, but... Well, whatever. I won't call them out. Next time, just remember to order more than just one version of the game?)

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Monster Hunter XX: Highest Difficulty Deviant Solo-ing 2/3

There probably will not be a 3/3.
Since out of the remaining ones, there includes a couple or few Monsters that are extremely painful to fight against, especially by yourself. Yes, I'm looking at you, you stupid rolling machine and you, you and your tendency to stay in the air 90% of the time.

Anyways, 6 more down.
And a couple of thoughts on each.