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#1 Edited by Karmosin (219 posts) -

Kayne is pretty great despite her super-stupid outfit. Alot of the more indepth backstory for her is at the new-game + though so don't really wanna spoil it. Her speech in the beginning of the intro is probably when the game got its hooks into me. Overall, she's mostly just really damn pissed, and I love it.

#2 Edited by Karmosin (219 posts) -

Persona 4, silent hill 1-3, Journey and since I played through SMT: Nocturne for the second time this year it wouldn't suprise me if that will become a thing for me too.

#3 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -

Shin megami tensei 4.

Gameplaywise probably the sharpest the series has ever been. Characterdesign and most of the new demon-designs were kinda meh. Kaneko, come back to the illustrators-chair, please! Story was pretty interesting, music was awesome. Not the greatest SMT overall but pretty awesome in it's own way.


#4 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -

Playing it and are thouroughly enjoying it. They've done great stuff streamlining while still keeping true to the series, the one thing I really dislike is smirk, but that was more of a problem at the start of the game. Don't like that Kaneko didn't sit in the character/demon-designers chair on this one, but there's some good stuff among the rough. Love the demonwhisper-system, the fusioning's slicker than ever, musics overall good and has the right SMT-feel, story has kept me on my toes and choices have been hard to decide upon. Will it beat Nocturne? No, probably not, but I'm having a hell of a time with it right now!

#5 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -

Recently replayed Nocturne in time for the SMT4 EU-release (holy shit, did that take long or what?) and I still love it alot. I wish you good luck, it's very tough the first time. It's hard to say wich I like the most between Nocturne and persona 4.

Playing SMT4 now and it's pretty good, not a big fan of those smirks though.

#6 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -

The endings to persona 2 IS (haven't finished EP), 3, 4 and Labrys story in arena all made me a little teary-eyed.

To the moon, when you realize what all the origami-bunnies that River made were about.

The ending to Legend of heroes: trails in the sky, left me a bit hollow inside too. Such a nice surprise of a game that was.

Katawa Shoujo digged up a ton of feels, especially during Rins story.

The death of Jenny and that ending in The darkness. Holy shit, kinda wish that it would've ended there even though I thought the sequel was alright.

I am a quite emotional person, so it dosen't take that much to tear me up, but these are some of those I remember more clearly, that stuck to me more closely.

#7 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -

Alien looks pretty good, but I doubt it will become a day 1 for me.

Started playing fatal frame recently so will probably continue with that series in october. It's pretty damn good.

Also thinking about replaying the first three silent hill-games.

#8 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -


I suppose the equivalent for me would be Jojo's bizarre adventure, wich do have some really great designs, but is also is full of fashion-nightmares that are equally horrible and freaking awesome in my eyes. It wouldn't be the same without it.

Jojo's bizarre adventure allstar-battle has probably one of my favorite presentations from the last few years. To bad it's not that good of a game.

#9 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -

I hate the aesthetic in Mortal Kombat. So many of the designs just feel so uninspired. Dozens of different Scorpion/Sub Zero-lookalikes and girls with their mouths covered that wear bikinis. Not a real fan of the gore either, guess it can be fun the first times but it wears of quickly. Actually think it's an ok fightinggame (Mortal Kombat 9) but it's hard to get past such a horrible presentation.

#10 Posted by Karmosin (219 posts) -

Don't know if it's out on youtube but Spoonys phantasmagoria 2 playthrough is probably one of the funniest I've seen. Rewatches it now and then and it's still funny.