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@seppli said:

What if that isn't enough? Resident Evil Chibi?

The makers of Etrian Odyssey present Resident Evil Q!

#3 Edited by BBAlpert (1389 posts) -

Once you start getting into NG+3/4/5/etc, Liches with Crow Storm are tremendously useful. The biggest drawback of that spell is that it needs a lot of MP to cast, but by that point you've (probably) got a huge starting mana pool, your magic damage has been upgraded (so you don't need to cast it as many times), and you've got enough magic drain/vampirism to keeps your MP stocked almost indefinitely.

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I got these sweet shoes. Also, a Giant Bomb hoodie.

#5 Posted by BBAlpert (1389 posts) -

Persona Q? More like Persona Cute!

:3

#6 Posted by BBAlpert (1389 posts) -

I may be alone in this, but I'd say Orcs Must Die! is totally worth playing.

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@bbalpert said:

@tobbrobb said:

@bbalpert: While I think the DmC thing is cool and all, I think you can get it spoiled and still enjoy it while playing the game. It's not really twist-reliant. It's just cool to look at and play.

Do you remember roughly how far into the game it happens? I'm in chapter 3 or 4, so I figure if it's something within the next few chapters, I'll try and push ahead so I can see it myself. If it's something that happens at the mid-late or end game, I just won't worry about it.

DmC is full of really amazing and incredibly well-designed sequences. Even if they do bring up what I think is the best one (the club level), every single other level in that game has an awesome, balls-out, totally awesome things going on it it.

Thanks for letting me know that it was the club level. I thought I had seen whatever it was when I had to fight Roger Ailes' giant cyber head. But that part that you mentioned... holy shit that was something else, man.

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@tobbrobb said:

@bbalpert: While I think the DmC thing is cool and all, I think you can get it spoiled and still enjoy it while playing the game. It's not really twist-reliant. It's just cool to look at and play.

Do you remember roughly how far into the game it happens? I'm in chapter 3 or 4, so I figure if it's something within the next few chapters, I'll try and push ahead so I can see it myself. If it's something that happens at the mid-late or end game, I just won't worry about it.

Edit: Also to be added to the list of things mentioned in Day 2's deliberations are the big revelation in Zeno Clash 2 and the ending of Dead Space 3 (but hearing Jeff and Brad describe it is probably more entertaining than seeing it yourself).

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Devil May Cry supposedly has some sort of "amazing sequence" that will probably be brought up. I don't know what it is, as I've just started the game, myself.

#10 Edited by BBAlpert (1389 posts) -

The only thing I'm worried about being spoiled (which isn't even a story thing) is whatever "that one scene" is in DmC Devil May Cry that they were hinting at. Whatever "that one scene" is, I don't know, but from the way they talked about it, it sounds pretty incredible.