Cathryn's forum posts

#1 Posted by Cathryn (545 posts) -

Chat is also telling me that I'm not logged in. Not sure what's up with that.

Joel McHale looks like he wants to be just about anywhere else. It's honestly making me uncomfortable -- I want to mute the stream every time he speaks.

#2 Posted by Cathryn (545 posts) -
  • This American Life
  • NPR's All Songs Considered
  • Welcome to Night Vale
  • A Life Well Wasted (please make more episodes, Robert Ashley)
  • Radiolab
#3 Edited by Cathryn (545 posts) -

Thanks for sending me on an emotional roller coaster, Atlus. Good times <3

#4 Edited by Cathryn (545 posts) -

I kind've stopped watching -- any sign of the female Persona 3 protagonist?

Edit: probably not, nvm.

#5 Posted by Cathryn (545 posts) -

Exactly what I did not want D:

#6 Posted by Cathryn (545 posts) -

I don't get it D:

#7 Posted by Cathryn (545 posts) -

I rarely play games on harder difficulties. I usually go for normal on genres I play most often, and I'll bump things down to easy if I'm dying a lot. I'm not a big fan of playing on easy all the time, however, because if there's no challenge at all, it can get a little boring.

For the most part, I play games to relax and enjoy the story, not to get mad and throw controllers.

#8 Edited by Cathryn (545 posts) -

I'm glad to hear so many good things about the DLC. Will definitely try to pick this up and play it before the end of the year.

#9 Edited by Cathryn (545 posts) -

Awesome! Thanks so much for the help, guys. Will be out shopping on Sunday and will probably pick it up.

#10 Posted by Cathryn (545 posts) -

So, I had a long time away from games. Never really got in to the Zelda series when I was a kid, and this game seems to have been the most universally liked since I started playing again so this seems like a good one to start with from a quality standpoint. I'm interested and would like to check it out, but since it's a direct sequel, I'm a little concerned about whether or not it'll all make sense without having played Link to the Past. Do I need to have played the first to enjoy/make sense of the sequel?