So you think it is still fine without the puzzles, @patrickklepek ? Is that a BETTER way to play, or should I just go ahead and get 999? I can wait for the English version, but I own both an iPhone and a 3DS.
It's surprising seeing no threads in this forum, I figured a Harvest Moon game for the 3DS would gather a little bit of attention.
I'm getting a 3DS soon and am looking at games to pick up for it. Unfortunately there's no video coverage of this Harvest Moon game here, and nothing in the wiki, so I ask here: would anyone recommend this to someone who hasn't played a Harvest Moon game since the N64? It has a middling score on Metacritic, but I don't trust that enough.
Dug a little deeper and it seems to be a relatively widespread issue. Here's a link to a thread on the official Ubi forums discussing the issue and highlighting possible fixes: http://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php/732539-Crashing-after-5-40-minutes-of-gameplay-without-fail!
I need to upgrade my screen for gaming. I currently use a 720p Vizio 26" TV for both PC and 360 gaming. I have been looking at monitors lately but it seems like TVs are about $100 cheaper than comparable monitors.
Why is this? I have heard that pixel density is tighter on monitors as they are meant to be viewed closer than a TV is; is this true? Why should I get a 1080p monitor over a 1080p television for PC gaming as the internet seems to insist?
I messed around with multiplayer in NFS:MW for a few hours tonight and I am thoroughly confused.
Unless I missed something, the game throws you into it with no explanation of what is going on whatsoever. What are these different event types and why isn't there some kind of explanation on what to do? Some are self explanatory... "Jump a total of X feet over this bridge." or "Jump over other racers via this ramp." But what about things like Team Race? Is it just a race? Why did my team lose even though I got first place?
This stacked on top of it being INCREDIBLY easy to be wrecked by other players makes for a very confusing clusterfuck of an experience. Can anyone point me in the direction of a guide or something that explains how this all works?
And is it possible to do simple races? I would love to be able to hop on and play a few multiplayer races without having to deal with silly events occasionally.