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  1. One of us, one of us, one of us! Two of us, two of us, two of us!
  2. It's definitely one of the more forgiving rogue-likes out there. You might get dunked on in the beginning for a short while, but you keep leveling and improving all the time. The game becomes easier and easier as time goes on. You find a lot of items during your runs that'll make things even easier, but after a while you won't even need those. Adding the easier ranged characters you can get even more advantages if necessary. You can really kite enemies and bosses around and kill stuff way quicker than "you're supposed to". So rogue-like fear shouldn't be a thing for you in Morta Yes, you'll die a couple of times in the very beginning. But it will become smooth sailing very quickly, guaranteed. Edit: I hate my life........................................ Edit2: I sniped him, yesssss! Stopped hating my life!!!
  3. Showed this one to my lady and now I'm poorer. Thanks.....
  4. What's your favorite ice cream flavor??

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    2. eigen-space


      @RadiantFlamberge that sounds good! Who makes it?

    3. RadiantFlamberge


      Edy's is a good brand for peppermint stick, but it's a limited edition around Christmas. I wish they made it all year. Farr and Belfonte also make this flavor. It's really good with a bit of hot fudge.

      Another one I like is Spumoni.

    4. The Arizona Ranger

      The Arizona Ranger

      Can't go wrong with Rocky Road ice cream (which is my personal favorite), especially when it has a decent amount of roasted almonds mixed into it.


  5. I always knew that you are a force to be reckoned with, but this? That's just not fair dude, at least act as if you're leaving us a chance!
  6. I kind of wish I would've played Rapture without it having any trophies at all or simply not going for them. Those were by far the biggest problem I had with the game and that's what caused the story having absolutely no chance of reaching me. The list was so bad, I wanted the game to end before I got halfway through my first playthrough. And missing the story in a walking simulator is a gigantic oof But my friend I frequently talk about games with (one with a very sensible opinion on pretty much everything) loved the story of the game, so I'm willing to admit that I might have done my part of making this a miserable experience too How's Ikenfell treating you so far by the way? That one will be next on my list, probably tomorrow even.
  7. I have to admit, that would be comedy gold! Sadly no stack out there though Maybe one day I can collect those books in 8K with a PS5 port. And by collecting I mean looking at them and hoping that the game recognizes it.
  8. 0 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake 1 - Salt and Sanctuary 2 3 - Valiant Hearts 4 - Spirit of the North 5 - What Remains of Edith Finch 6 - A Plague Tale: Innocence 7 - Block-a-Pix Deluxe 8 - Ys IX: Monstrum Nox 9 - SaGa Frontier Remastered Once more keeping it short for story purposes. I think this one could be a perfect walking simulator, at least from the perspective of a walking simulator noob. It kept my attention up at all times in contrast to other examples I've played (looking at you, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture), the trophy list was super simple which is welcomed for such a simple game concept (unlike moonwalking into a bush for 30 seconds like in Everybody's Gone to the Rapture), the walking speed was very adequate for the short distances you walked (not like in Everysnail's Gone to the Rapture), I genuinely cared about the story it told (not like the story in Everybody's Bored in the Rapture). It looks great, has a pleasant pace (for a walking simulator ), pretty good. It might even make me give some other ones another chance to be honest. I thought a WS just wouldn't be my thing, but I might be wrong after all. Either that or I'm getting old. Now it's time concluding GbN with our platinum #200, stay tuned!
  9. You have activated my trap card! @eigen-space pays me by the letter, so thanks sucker!
  10. 0 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake 1 - Salt and Sanctuary 2 3 - Valiant Hearts 4 - Spirit of the North 5 6 - A Plague Tale: Innocence 7 - Block-a-Pix Deluxe 8 - Ys IX: Monstrum Nox 9 - SaGa Frontier Remastered Do you guys and gals know the feeling when a game was completely fine until one super annoying chapter at the end got close to ruining your whole opinion of it? A Plague Tale got close, but not quite. It's a very stealth-heavy game with some surrounding-puzzles thrown in. The story is fine (the characters too), the visuals aren't too shabby and the whole atmosphere is just as creepy and freaky as it has to be given the subject And it even has German voice acting which is super rare nowadays and it's not bad at all once you get used to it for a few minutes. The stealth sections were a little too trial & error for me, but I could also just be bad, who knows! Everything was an OK ride and even the collectibles weren't all that bad with a second cleanup run through the game. But that last chapter dude... that's when the game tries to throw some Uncharted-esque shootout sections at you with some awkward slingshot targeting. You could make the auto-aim point right at the enemy's noggin and it still missed. That wasn't very much fun at all. And once this game starts feeling like "Hunger Games with Rats" you can never unsee it! It's overall still good though, if you grab the PS5 version next week you should look into it. A lot of stealth, a lot of totally manageable puzzles, a lot of creepy themes and imagery and a lot of bonding between sister and brother. My annoyances with the game weren't enough to make me call it bad at all. Actually not even as close as I made it sound in the beginning. Just be better than me, problem solved!
  11. Not gonna lie dude... I wouldn't have been sure about there being a single one on Sony consoles That'll remain your own personal record for however many GbN events there will be!
  12. They can be spread out. Some other folks did it that way too and I haven't gotten in trouble with my gap between my second and third Ys game while claiming the bonus They just have to happen during the event, that's pretty much it.
  13. You stumbled upon the existence of the Illuminati and to hide our evil schemes I'll look into it and fix it when I'm back home in a few hours. Because I'm 99% sure that you're right Edit: Nevermind, I didn't. Your host was faster, so all credit to her Edit #2! I don't feel like double-posting, so here's my next number! 0 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake 1 - Salt and Sanctuary 2 3 - Valiant Hearts 4 - Spirit of the North 5 6 7 - Block-a-Pix Deluxe 8 - Ys IX: Monstrum Nox 9 - SaGa Frontier Remastered I talked a LOT about this one recently, so for once I'll try keeping it short. I did not like it. Playing it alongside Ys 9 for a long time made me compare both. Ys 9 looks kinda trashy (for PS4 standards), but everything is aimed at gameplay fun. The speed, the combat, the manageable grinds, everything. In FF7 everything is aimed at spectacle and graphical awe and I just don't really care about it all that much. Does every boss fight need to be interrupted for 2-4 cutscenes just so it can cause a few explosions for AWESOME visuals? I'd say no. Should they have addressed the fact that they turned the most linear part of FF7 into its own game and not just add a few boring side quests? I'd say yes. It's not awful by any means, that remaster took some crazy effort. The gameplay is OK enough, the story is... well, it already existed But its focus is just not on things I like and care about. It would've been OK without the second playthrough, but the necessary playthrough makes me glad that it's over to be honest. It does look rather good though, to be fair...
  14. Double up the 7 in FF7 Remake and you have our game #14 done and dusted! 100 + 44(B) + 14(S) + 12(G) - 18 = 152 Might lead to a bit of series stacking as well, but plans might change.
  15. Let's face it, we're just a bunch of philistines dude! We just don't understand art (which is mostly true in my case though).