WatingYourLife

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  1. I didn't express any opinions on this game though. Not once. All of my criticisms are aimed at Sony's poor indie relationship management and lax PSN policy, all as explanation for the deluge of perceived low quality content on PSN. If I'm to comment on the game proper, I don't have much interest in it, but I never judge a game for its content without playing it beforehand. Fact is, Adam Boyes was Sony's indie evangelist. He's not there anymore, and since then quality issues have arisen with plenty of criticism from indie developers struggling with Sony policy, a lot of really loud criticism from entitled players who value platinums, and a few players who just want to see indies get the love they deserve from the mega corporation selling their games in their storefront. Not sure how I'm incorrect here, but thanks for making this completely trivial matter personal.
  2. I'm sorry, but I'm not sure what you're saying. I have Undertale. I preordered it on PSN and am eagerly anticipating my December shipment of the Limited Edition for Vita from Fangamer. Undertale was an "afterthought" because Sony used to announce huge indie games (especially console exclusives!) like this in their press conferences proper (be it E3, Gamescom, or TGS), on stage. Not as a random video beforehand. Again, too many people used to complain that Sony focused on indies. They took it to heart after Adam left and shifted to their AAA lineup, especially with the post-release reaction to No Man's Sky which they played up heavily on stage. And I really do not understand what you're on about with Hatoful Boyfriend. ~80% of my profile is indie games, why is it surprising? 😕
  3. Ever since Adam Boyes left Sony, their indie lineup has taken a massive hit. He was the indie outreach bringing games like The Witness, Salt & Sanctuary, and Night in the Woods. Without him, Sony's approach to indies is, "does it run?" And "how much would you like to sell it for?". It's not a coincidence that theme and avatar sellers have been releasing games, Sony is letting anything go with indie studios on PSN as it did those extras now. Zero quality control and now zero goodwill with the community of players and developers alike. This generation began with people complaining about Sony dedicating so much to supporting and marketing indies, and it's ending with announcements like Undertale being an afterthought. Meanwhile Xbox and Nintendo are getting all the indie love as of late, scooping up what PlayStation's absentmindedness lost.
  4. Fez II really burned. True Fantasy Live Online (Level 5, Xbox)
  5. A little over two years: June 2015. I've had a handful, though. Always getting bored with my name, and sometimes wanting to replay a game with trophies or else wanting to not have games on my list that I hated. First account was with first PS3 in February 2008 though. I'm already starting to tire of this account, which really stings because it's the first I've tied to Vita and purchased Vita games with. I want to go back to one of my olds because I love the name, i just wish I could reset all trophies and clear my profile. I'll never be satisfied.
  6. Chrono Trigger (SNES) Super Mario World (SNES & GBA) Shadow of the Colossus (PS2) Spelunky (360 / PS3 / PS4 / Vita) Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNES) The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (N64) Journey (PS3 & PS4) Metroid Prime (GCN) Fez (360 / PS3 / PS4 / Vita) Night in the Woods (PS4) Dragon Quest III (GBC) Beyond Good & Evil (GCN & PS3) Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GCN) Ōkami (PS2 & PS3) ICO (PS2 & PS3) Chrono Cross (PS1) Nidhogg (PS3 & Vita) Pokémon Gold / Silver / Crystal (GB & GBC) Kirby’s Adventure (NES & 3DS) The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES) Difficult exclusions:
  7. I was already avoiding this as it's coming from a different dev and has a different voice cast, all screaming Square Enix trying to throw anything together to make more money on the success of the first. This just confirms it. I'll wait to revisit this world when Dontnod's real followup releases. This is shameless in every respect.
  8. Ended up just getting Final Fantasy X / X-2 Vita and Walking Dead season 3. Would also still love to hear from anyone who has played Odin Sphere Vita though, on how it controls.
  9. Any opinion on Odin Sphere's controls for Vita? Require touch pad / screen to replicate PS2 controls? Never played original, but always wanted to, so seems like a good chance with the rerelease. If it compromises controls, though, I'll just get PS4 release.
  10. Really pulling for a complete troll of a trophy list!
  11. Will be nice to play with a DualShock that isn't just the worst for once, but I do wish these rumors pointed to a Switch port too. Oh well, still one of the best games ever made and I'll buy any version they put out 🦀
  12. The only exclusive every PlayStation 4 player absolutely needs to play is P.T.. Otherwise, my favorite games on the system that I could not go without: 1001 Spikes Another World The Binding of Isaac Downwell Fez GNOG Inside Journey Limbo Linelight Nidhogg Night in the Woods OctoDad: Dadliest Catch Risk of Rain Road Not Taken Rogue Legacy Spelunky TowerFall Valiant Hearts VVVVVV Wonder Girl: The Dragon's Trap
  13. Tooth and Tail, Absolver, Undertale, and Nidhogg II on PSN right now. Undertale LCE for Vita on Fangamer (December version, oh well). Ittle Dew 2+, The End is Nigh, and Tiny Barbarian DX for Switch on Amazon.
  14. Good to know! Havent tried Torment yet, just part of my plan to play games with pacifist options. If you care about the "physical map", it's just regular gloss paper like Skyrim's
  15. Pretty excited for these two: Most excited for this: HORI Dragon Quest Slime PS4 controller, Ni No Kuni DS w/ Wizard's Companion (jp), Ni No Kuni PS3 hardcover guide, and also Cave Story + for Switch and Torment: Tides of Numenera for PS4.