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#1 Posted by mwng (964 posts) -

Drakengard 3 was my game of the year 2014.

#2 Posted by mwng (964 posts) -

I'd also suggest getting enough stats for the first rank of Soul Arrow (I forget what you need, sorry!). As it'll make some of the bosses a lot easier (should you struggle with any of the melee bosses).

#3 Posted by mwng (964 posts) -

@liquiddragon said:

@mwng: thanks, i'll take a look. do you like mechs?

Giant ass robots only make things better as far as I'm concerned.

#4 Edited by mwng (964 posts) -

The abridged Gunbuster/Diebuster films (the OVAs are better, but the films are perfectly watchable if you don't want to go episodic).

Redline as mentioned above. Jin-roh if you're after something mad depressing. Or the Patlabor movies if you're not.

Edit: Patema Inverted/Time of Eve are pretty happy films too.

#5 Posted by mwng (964 posts) -

Just echoing what everyone else has said so far, just keep at it, you'll get better, even if it isn't noticeable at first. While fundamentals do kinda carry across most games, I'd suggest sticking to one to begin with?

I started a blog on this site about me starting to learn Blazblue for the first time (as I loved how that game felt), with videos and write ups of my utter failure. After a couple of months I was able to compare more recent games to my first games and note clear improvement (even if I was still garbage compared to most people online...). What I'm trying to say is I found it less depressing if I documented how I was doing, as it was easier to track improvement that way. Unless you don't improve at all I suppose, then it's probably more depressing, don't know where I was going with this...

#6 Posted by mwng (964 posts) -

Is this your first time doing this? I don't want to sound condescending or anything, but are you sure you haven't shorted the board in some way?

I.e. you've set it down on the spacers provided, and not just screwed it to the case?

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Edit: Your vague description of something you remember sounds a bit like Eureka Seven, but I could be way off.

#9 Posted by mwng (964 posts) -

I can thoroughly recommend both Danganronpa and it's sequel as you suggested. As well as Vita version of Virtue's Last Reward when you finally get through 200+ hours of RPG you've just bought yourself.

#10 Posted by mwng (964 posts) -

@trueheresy: Anytime! A lot of those games have demos available on the Nintendo eShop as far as I'm aware.