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  1. Been playing Baba Is You maybe for 4 or 5 hours now and cleared two areas which consist of multiple levels. The levels are getting more complicated and apparently there will be more mechanics introduced at a later point. I read somewhere that the game has over 200 levels so I think it's quite a long game to complete. I like how you can go back in time if you mess up (can also restart the level) and if something is too difficult to figure out there are other levels you can select from the world map. There are also more than one way to solve a level in some cases. I paid 9.60 € myself as I had some My Nintendo points to use for a discount. Would have bought it at full price too. So far I've found it incredibly clever and enjoyable game - I haven't faced terribly frustrating levels yet though.
  2. Bought Baba Is You for Switch yesterday. Really awesome game with a unique puzzle concept where you alter the rules in how things work to achieve the goal. It was a lot of fun to figure out how to clear the levels together with my husband. Some of the levels were pretty tough already! I adore the music and graphical style. If the game ever gets a physical release I'm going to double dip (need to support a brilliant Finnish game).
  3. Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Dancing in Starlight Obtained all trophies. Another fun rhythm game with Persona flavor platted. Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight is a well made game with great choreography matching the characters' personalities, beautifully animated characters, excellent costume design and voice acting (I played with Japanese audio). Too bad the music doesn't fit this game genre that well IMO even though the music itself is great. I enjoyed P3D's and P4D's song selection more. The gameplay is very good, controls feel intuitive and accurate. I really enjoyed seeing all the different costumes and accessories spicing up the dance performances. The difficulty can be customized by using challenge modifiers that either make songs easier or harder to clear. The social mode, a visual novel type gameplay portion, gives you more insight on the characters' personalities and the rooms are nicely designed. The card search was a pretty fun addition too. I was kind of hoping for more humorous banter in the dialogue. There was a weird volume inconsistency issue souring my experience. When I started the game I could barely hear anything. I had to set the TV volume to 20 to hear the intro theme song (normally I play or watch TV with volume set to 10). Once the intro was over, the game's volume was suddenly a lot higher so I had to set it to 15 which is still a lot higher volume than normal. Seems like they forgot quality assurance on that part... My biggest issue with the game is that there isn't a lot of content (got the platinum in about 10 hours) compared to the price they are asking and the story feels tacked on just to make a quick profit (and it's essentially identical with the story in Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight). Long story short: Well worth playing if you enjoy rhythm games and/or Persona series. I'm not sure if you should pay full price for the game though. Easy and fast platinum probably even for rhythmically challenged people. Enjoyment: 7 Difficulty: 1
  4. Welcome to the site! I also have a guilty pleasure of looking through people's trophy lists to find interesting new games to play. It's also nice to see what other Finns like to play.
  5. Good job! I was first put off by the character art style in XCX (one reason why I didn't get it back when it was released) but I quickly got used to it. XC2 art is much more to my liking. I managed to make a semi cute character but there were no proper blonde hair colors so I went with a weird gray hair. Maybe you should take your daughter's customization selections as a hint that you'd look much cooler with a beard, purple hair and a butterfly tattoo on your face. I'm not familiar with the weapon selection in the game yet but according to a wiki there are rayguns. https://xenoblade.fandom.com/wiki/Weapons_(XCX)
  6. I don't approve of the idea of Sony locking trophies behind a paywall. If playing online didn't require a monthly paid subscription it wouldn't be that bad. I avoid playing with strangers and Sony preventing crossplay with other platforms is another reason to not buy games that have online trophies.
  7. @Beyondthegrave07 If you happen to have a 3DS, Metroid: Samus Returns is a great game. It's a remake of the 2nd Metroid game. I'd welcome Metroid Prime: Trilogy on Switch. Didn't get it on Wii U.
  8. Ah, it's a shame you haven't liked the dungeon crawling in Persona Q. You might not enjoy the game much then. I personally like the Etrian Odyssey mapping aspect (I use the automapping too though, marking only doors, secret pathways and other spots of interest) and Persona Q's sub persona system offers more variation to combat and team customization than the main series Persona games, making battles more interesting. If you're having trouble in PQ, try using status ailments. Bosses shouldn't be immune to them like in many other games. I don't think I've ever heard someone say they don't like character customization, haha.
  9. Good to hear the time management part isn't there in TMS #FE. Didn't really like it in Persona. It's hard to top the style of Persona 5 but once you see past the eye candy, the gameplay is actually quite limited and boring. Didn't live up to all the hype. Persona 4 Golden and Persona Q were better games IMO. I played Xenoblade Chronicles 2 before I started XCX and didn't find the game jarring at all so far. I've played Xenoblade Chronicles X only for a few hours now so I can't really comment on much of the content. The art style is very different from XC2 and it seems it has heavier emphasis on exploration and lighter emphasis on story. Combat is quite similar to XC2 but the battle UI seemed confusing at first and it was a bit more tedious to trigger topples etc. quickly. It's still a lot of fun. The environments are impressive with humongous creatures roaming around - some were so big your own character is about the size of their toe. You can customize your own character's looks, equipment, class and skills and you can select a division. Bad points to mention: There's no Japanese audio option and the free DLC packs that make the physical game load assets faster were quite big so you might need an external drive if you want to install them all. The online features seem to have ceased to function at this point. The music so far hasn't been nearly as good as XC2's epic soundtrack. I quite liked the game so far and can see it becoming a huge time sink with places to explore and all kinds of missions to complete. Looking forward to flying a Skell.
  10. I haven't had time to start Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE yet. Was going to buy it when it was first released but I had so many games in my backlog I skipped it. Now it's getting harder to find Wii U games so I bought the last copy from my favorite retailer before they're all gone. Good to hear the combat isn't too tedious or grindy. I have a feeling I'm going to like the game as I like both Persona and Fire Emblem series. :3 Pokémon Sword and Shield looked nice even though I prefer the old sprite graphics. I might go with the grass starter. Here's the first trailer for those who haven't seen it yet.
  11. Do you use Backloggery? There you can record your progress and completion rates regardless of platform and find all your games in one place. Maybe using it or some similar service could help spark your interest in playing on multiple platforms again.
  12. Same has happened with all the accounts on my consoles multiple times already, and it's occurring again right now. Seems like an issue with PSN. Both paid and free avatars that are part of the default set reset to the default "no avatar chosen smiley face" image for no reason. A bit annoying as it gets old to be choosing the avatars again on each account.
  13. The Hitman GOTY expansion actually has four missions: The Source, The Author, The Vector and Patient Zero.
  14. I don't regret buying a Vita but I personally spend much more time playing Nintendo 3DS. Switch, PC and PS4 seem to be getting a lot of games that used to be found in Vita's library and like others have pointed out, Vita isn't getting many game releases anymore. I still have a few games in my Vita backlog - maybe because I rarely feel like picking it up and would rather play other games on other devices. I'd recommend getting a Vita only if there are exclusives you really want to play.
  15. Yeah, that one mission was a bit weird. The fourth mission is a real boss battle. Tip: Watch out for the edges of the level. There's a stupid mechanic that pushes you towards the enemy if you exceed the boundaries of the area (that is one thing I hope they will change). It's a nasty combination with the damaging shield skill the boss uses.