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#1 Posted by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

@rorie: hi Rorie, I emailed the support address as directed, issue persists and I haven't gotten a response from the support address. Not a big deal just wanted to check in here as well, thanks much

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#3 Edited by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

Same problem here for me on iOS - 500 error on login. Also am I a complete moron or is there no way to remember my credentials for the mobile login? Thx

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#4 Edited by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

ClamFTW - 22 warlock - EST more active on weekends and evenings. PS4. Not always mic'd up but count me in. One favor just note in any invite that you are GB

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#5 Posted by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

Where the FUCK IS MY BLASTER LAUNCHER DLC, you savages?!?!?!1

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#6 Posted by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

Starting with no gear gets you 750 coins several hours in once you hit Odad (sp) - side quest reward

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#7 Posted by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

One thing to remember is that there were few options for hints and tips available even via retail means back in the early NES era. You had the Nintendo Tip Line and Nintendo Power and that older kid who lived down the street from you who had a code for Metroid right before Mother Brain. Nowadays every game seems to ship with a strategy guide or has a FAQ up within 24 hours of launch, and the flow of information over the net (not to mention purchaseable cheat code unlocks) can help anyone triangulate a game more quickly regardless of age.

Now to answer the OP - no, an 8 year old would get lit up by Mega Man in this day and age especially since that game didn't have passwords (right?) to save progress.

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#8 Posted by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

Trolls will troll. He is a great guest on the Bombcast and picks good movies. His style is a bit different than the rest of the crew but he is still quite good. I take Will in a fight over him, though.

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#9 Posted by ClamFTW (52 posts) -

If you buy this, skip the content and keep the level cap. Please. For sanity's sake.

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#10 Posted by ClamFTW (52 posts) -
@mutha3 said:
" @ClamFTW said:
" To be fair I've never played any of those, which is sad since I have a factory sealed copy of Phantom Brave AND the strategy guide stored somewhere in a box.  Regardless, FF:T, especially the relocalized remake, is worth stabbing over. "
I ain't raggin' on FFT(though I do dislike the influence it had on SRPG's), I'm just saying Devil Survivor is a better game.  You're a bit too late on the whole stabbing thing, though. In case you didn't notice, I was killed a page ago by a gay anime vampire. "
Well I will settle for a quick kick the the ribs of your gay vampire-addled corpse, then.  FF:T is everything I wanted in an SRPG - fantastic and involved story, excellent job system, side quests, etc. etc. etc.
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