Colorwind's forum posts

#1 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@koolaid: I've heard good things about that series, specifically the second game. However, I just haven't gotten around to playing one of them. I'm sure I will eventually but it's just not a priority for me right now.

#2 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@koolaid: I haven't played any of The Witcher games so I haven't really paid attention to the third game.

#3 Edited by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@themathlete: I don't think the new Fire Emblem, SMT X FE, Just Cause 3 or Persona 5 are coming out this year. I don't know about Mad Max either.

#4 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@l1ghtn1n: Morrigan has to be there. She's the face of the Darkstalkers franchise. Vergil is also very popular so he's a easy choice too. I forgot about Power Stone! A character from that game is a good idea. I thought about Monster Hunter but I couldn't think of a character that would make sense or be fun in a fighting game. Scrooge McDuck is a Disney character so that doesn't work.

#5 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@junkboy0: Never liked Servbot. Also, they're still around. Tron Bonne is in the game.

#6 Edited by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@belegorm: Nostalgic reasons. Other than that, probably not.

#7 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@slag: Thanks! It depends on what I include in the picture but usually about 10-20 minutes.

#8 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@49th: That seems to be the basic idea I'm getting back. When I get stuck, I look it up. Otherwise, I don't use walkthroughs. Only on certain games that are cryptic do people use a walkthrough all the way through.

#9 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@mems1224: Not enough time in the world to spend on something that's going to waste your time, huh?

#10 Posted by Colorwind (372 posts) -

@wemibelec90: Adventure games from the 90s really are cryptic. I might even go as far as to say that the puzzles in those games are just badly designed. How could you figure out any of those puzzles without a walkthrough!?

@2headedninja: It seems like age has a lot to do with having less patience when it comes to more cryptic aspects of games. Instead of trying to figure it out on your own and being satisfied that you were able to figure it out, if we're older we rather just look the answer up because our time is more precious.