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As I've been playing through this game, it jogged an old memory of mine. Back in high school my friend's dad and our D&D DM based a dungeon on this, what at the time was probably new, mini series on SciFi called The Lost Room. Basically it's about the supernatural motel room which some even occured that caused a bunch of mundane objects in the room to be turned into powerful paranormal items. I remember liking it at the time but have no clue if it holds up at all. With all the impartation from other paranormal shows Remedy took for this game,I would have to believe that this show was at least a little part of that.

Anyone else remember this?

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Puyo Puyo Tetris has to be the best Tetris game hands down. The Tetris is solid entry in the Sega Tetris line and of course Puyo Puyo is an all time classic puzzle game in it's own right. Add the mash-up modes and multiplayer and it all adds up to an amazing game. Though I will say I played tons of GB Tetris and I am loving the Tetris Effect but I know I will be playing Puyo Tetris for years to come, Everytime my sister is in town.

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I just finished it and agree with most of what you said. The plot is overly complicated and character motivations are mishandled as best most of the time. And aside from the story, all the features around the edges are a step down from Zero and even 5. The engine seems like a good base for the franchise going forward but I wish they would have cut their teeth on Kiwami 2 then did the send of for Kiryu. That being said I am looking forward to Kiwami 2 and Shin Yakuza because I do think this is a good base for the franchise going forward, I just wish Kiryu's last game wasn't just a stepping stone for furture ones.

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I remember when lots of people use to come here every week to wait on the podcast going up. Ah, the good old days.

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Went to my local Meijer at 2am. They got in 20 and had 4 left. No lines no fuss and one Switch!

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#6  Edited By cloneslayer

I didn't like Limbo at all and I loved this game. Its crazy to me that you think this game doesn't have a story. It does, but it delivers it in subtly and in atmosphere. And the game isn't about the story anyway. More about the themes it delivers to you as you venture through the game. The last bit of the game had my jaw literally hanging open, just saying variations of "no fucking way this is happening" to myself. I recommend you going to read some of the other threads and read people's theories. What this game delivers isn't shallow. Its something that should stick with you as you roll it around in your head, digesting what its telling you. This game will stick with me for a while and that's what I feel justifies the price. I don't think if someone asked me to recommend them a fun game this would be the first thing I would point them to, but if someone wanted a game with more that just shallow cut scenes yelling at them to shoot the guys in the next room to save the world, this is absolutely a must play game. The 2-3 it took me to play this game was absolutely worth 20 dollars.

I will say the puzzles weren't the best and some of the environments in which the puzzles took place were too big and tedious to walk back and forth through if a solution wasn't readily apparent.

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I just finished this and hot damn. I didn't enjoy Limbo at all but this blew me away. With tone and setting of this game was spectacular and it keeps your driving forward with the constant draw of what's next. There was more than one moment when my jaw dropped at some of the crazier moments. After the blob moment I was almost stunned with shock at what was happening as I controlled my new form. And I think this may be the first game to ever to make me a little queesy at some of the more disturbing imagery in the game, which says a lot with such a stylized art direction.

I had to say I was a tiny worried when I started this game that I wasn't going to enjoy it, like I didn't really enjoy Limbo, but I think I can say this is one of the few game that everyone should truly play regarless of how you feel about their past game or 2D puzzle/platformers.

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We will miss you! Really heart broken over this. Austin was one of my favorite members and it will be hard to fill his shoes.

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I'm Clonelslayer#1905. EST. I'll be up and running after tomorrow

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I would upgrade your ram to 16G. No real reason not to because it's so cheap. I'm pretty sure stuff like Autocad is more cpu intensive so getting a beefy cpu isn't a bad choice(can't say for sure, check out what Autocad recommends). A 700w power supply seem like a little overkill for what you have. Put all your parts into pcpartpicker and it shold tell you the wattage you need and will verify your compatibilitybetween parts. Other than that I would wait a few weeks and see where the prices land on these new cards. Even if your on a budget for your gpu I would wait to the end of the month and try to snag AMDs new card. And as always Google is your friend and greatest resource.