Yeah but almost no one else puts effort in the list they're making as much as Seraphim. Although it's smaller it's still big as fuck in its own right and the little comment in each game makes the list infinitely more fun to have a look at than any of those in my opinion. What's the fun in scrolling through a bunch of images of games?
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Lately, to my surprise, I got a little bored of Devil Survivor when I got to the final day. One might ask:
Why aren't you pumped for the finale?
And I can surely answer:
I sure as fuck don't know.
I want to see the ending, but I got a little bored of playing the game. I will probably come back to it sometime, but not now. I think I also can't be bothered to go through all that final part, which I hear it's a long and dificult one. I'm not feeling like it.
SO, in the meantime, I got some games to play. I started Onimusha 2, again, because I almost consider myself a fan of the series, but never finished one single game from it. And I also never played Dawn of Dreams, which I would like to. I got a save from Onimusha 3 pretty far into the game (can't remember exactly where or how much), and got a little stuck with some time machine puzzles. Before I could look into some guide help, I also got bored. I really like Onimusha 2, and I once went also pretty far into the game, but I forgot where and why I stopped playing (disregard that, I got bored again).
ANYWAY, I got to the third or second fight with Gogandantess, the one that takes place right after I get to Oni Island. I got a little stuck in there. I tried three ti mes and Game Over'd those same three times. I got a little pissed and I put the game aside for a while.
Still haven't picked it up sice.
I then went to start playing No More Heroes. And I finally found a game that got me pumped till the end. I just finished it, couple of hours ago, and it's real ly awesome. The characters are just great, and the voice acting is (surprisingly I dare say) great, too. Visual style is also very fun, and regarding the gameplay it's a little simple and maybe even shallow, but I never got bored of mashing the A button and swing the Wiimote to cut a thug in half while occasionally dodging. It still has it's little tricks, espe cially in boss fights, which, by the way, were also awesome to play through. My favorite ranked assassins were Bad Girl, Holly Summers and Shinobu. Damn, that's all the ladies now that I look at it. Then again they're all really hot and cool. Especially Holly, she was an awesome assassin, fight and even gave me my first Game Over.
Talking about that, I felt the game was a bit on the easy side, I got 3 game overs, and only one I can say was from actually my bad playing. One of the others was in the bike section of the last ranked match because I failed to react to a quick time (blame the [lack of] sensitivity of the Wiimote) and the other, well, I'll just say it's not a good idea to beat Bad Girl while she's most defenseless. The soundtrack is also effin' great. All the boss fights have great songs.
On the other hand I'm really looking forward to the second game because, between other stuff, the open-world part was removed.
What. A fucking. Relieve.
The only thing it did was wasting my time. I wouldn't mind the free-reaming city if there actually was something useful to do besides shit that can be easily put in a simple menu. Oh well. The game rocks and I loved it. Gotta play the second now.
Also because of this:
I'm just gonna say I agree with you. This game looks really interesting and unique, and most of all, fun. I loved how they put bossa nova and jazz tunes in serious situations, how they really tried to build a complete sandbox world with attention to some minor details, and you gotta say it regardless of the technical stuff a good story is always a good story. And so are the characters.
That name palette indeed looks odd. I also don't like when a game has like several unrelated inspiration for names.
It's like they went for French, English, Japanese, German names and then just named the last one after a centaur from the Outlands. It doesn't help making the world a believable one.