Where's the "I've never played any Zelda game" choice? Or is that one just for me?
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it bums me out every time someone brings up Silent Hill and all anyone talks about is 2. I like 2 a whole lot, and it showed how videogames and incorporate non-binary player agency into their narratives well before most games were even doing binary. But when it comes to actually it, it's not very good. 3 is a much better game overall, and there's a lot more going on with its story than peopel give it credit for because all they care bout is 2.
Also, the first one is really good too! Sure the voice acting is bad, but so was Resident Evil's and people still liked it.
What does "moving forward" even mean? "Progress" and "decline" are abstract concepts that have to objective measure.
All I know is that every new generation is the worst thing to have ever happened, and yet somehow we keep going.
Well I didn't expect any less from a developer who is an absolute scrub in Tekken but is also a total womanizer.
Itagaki isn't involved with this game. he left Team ninja in 2008 following sexual harassment accusations. He's been lamenting about the "sorry" state of the DoA series every chance he gets.
She's basically Dural, only a school girl. I would be more into the copy-paste move-set if she was just some one who idolized the fighters and trained super hard, kind of like Sakura, but there is clearly some supernatural since bullshit going on too. Her design is super "ehhhh." Mila has been the only worthwhile addition in 5 so far.
The only way I'll be on board if she has Jacky's kick and goes "Yeeeaaah!"
I hear Renaissance of Fate is fairly difficult, but mostly for being outrageously obtuse. Haven't played it myself though. If you want good JRPGs that are also challenging, you should look into Tri-Ace's catalog in general.
@soldierg654342: Oh, agreed (well, besides on Frigid Outskirts, which I trust is a DLC thing?). The two areas I was referring to were The Gutter and Harvest Valley, though. Dark Souls II recycles quite a bit, turns out.
Oh, by brain just saw "Treetop" and "Poison Nightmare" and filled in the rest itself. The Frigid Outskirts is DLC, and it probably the most divisive area in the series. Some people really love it, but they're nuts. It's the only area in the Souls series that I've completed and will never do again.