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  1. Here's a list of my first games bought on different platforms. In chronological order. C64: Never bought any games. They were all copied from friends' floppy disks. PC: I can't remember that far back what was my first game actually bought for PC. May have been something like a Mortal Kombat collection that had MK I & II. NES: Super Mario Bros. / Tetris / Nintendo World Cup triple cartridge GameBoy: Adventures of Lolo N64: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Wetrix, Blast Corps PS2: Tekken Tag Tournament PS3: Little Big Planet Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon Black Wii U: Pikmin 3 PS Vita: Persona 4 Dancing All Night PS4: Senran Kagura Estival Versus Nintendo Switch: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (actually this one was for husbando, I haven't had time to play it yet..)
  2. Desperately trying to finish Fire Emblem Echoes before Ever Oasis is released this Friday. Also need to get some mastery levels to Hokkaido in HITMAN before the next elusive target rolls out. One more silent assassin rank required to get the winter suit reward. On the side of those two games I'm working towards getting all the badges in Animal Crossing: New Leaf (still missing a lot even though my town is 4 years old and total play time is over 1044 hours).
  3. Persona 4 Golden is a very good RPG for Vita. I haven't really played that many RPG:s on Vita yet, so it's hard for me to recommend more. Most good games these days are released on other platforms too and it seems a lot of games' Vita versions never get to see the light of day due to dwindling support from developers.. Vita memory cards are overpriced and can be difficult to find these days and the hardware (at least Vita slim) is prone to stick malfunctions. If you're a big fan of JRPGs I'd rather recommend getting a Nintendo 3DS which has series like Shin Megami Tensei, Bravely Default + Bravely Second, Etrian Odyssey, Pokémon, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Fire Emblem, etc. and tons of other great RPGs like Persona Q. Monster Hunter series resides mainly on 3DS too. Both platforms have a vast library of different types of games. The great thing about Vita is trophy support and better screen resolution compared to 3DS. I have to say I haven't played my Vita since March while I've played something on 3DS nearly every day. If you find enough games that interest you on Vita, it should be a good purchase. And now would be a good time to buy before they vanish from stores.
  4. I'd be happy if they went back to the charming 2D sprites visuals (Black2/White2 style) in Pokémon games and kept features they add instead of removing things. Super training and super double battles returning would be really nice. Spent a lot of time breeding perfect teams for super double battles with my husband and coming up with winning strategies - it was a blast. Looking forward to seeing what Pokémon on Switch has to offer even though the last two releases in the series were a bit disappointing for me (also they ruined Whimsicott with the double typing).
  5. Yay for Io-Interactive and Hitman! Can't wait for HITMAN Season 2! 😍

    The Future of IOI

  6. I'm most excited about Metroid: Samus Returns for 3DS. Main series Pokémon for Switch was good news too. Was hoping for Nintendo to reveal the next main series Animal Crossing game for Switch. The demand for the console would have gone through the roof. 🙂
  7. Looking forward to Blade Strangers. I find the description of the control scheme (no quarter/half circle inputs) inviting. I liked the characters in Code of Princess on 3DS (not the awful English dub though) - I'm disappointed if they don't bring over Lady Zozo and Helga.
  8. Well, not all PS4 games with online functionalities have needed PS Plus sub, which is why I asked. Thanks for the info, though. Probably skipping the newest Tekken then.
  9. Does online play for Tekken 7 require PS Plus subscription?
  10. My next pre-order is going to be Splatoon 2 and the new Splatoon 2 amiibos most likely. Waiting for my favorite retailer to add the amiibos to their selection.
  11. Whether you buy physical or digital, remember to use your My Nintendo reward points (and register your physical Switch games to your My Nintendo account). They're going to start offering rewards for Switch soon. I'm pleased about the pricing (and delay) of Switch online service fee. Quite reasonable price compared to competitors. I don't think I'm ever going to pay for PS Plus as I think it's overpriced and offers nothing for me. Are there any details about how the Switch online service subscription works for multiple accounts on the same device? Can people in the same household use the same subscription logged in their own accounts?
  12. First gameplay trailer of Yomawari: Midnight Shadows.
  13. I figured something was wrong with the controls as they were really inaccurate and tedious. Thanks for the tip! I'll give Disgaea demo another try soon. I played my first session of ARMS Global Testpunch today and it was more fun than I would have thought. My husband liked it too. The motion controls with 2 Joy-Cons worked really well, I was surprised. I was happy to see there was no lag and no disconnections. So far I tried only Ribbon Girl and Mechanica. Planning to try other characters in the next test sessions. The Party Mode with randomly changing play modes was a nice way to show what kind of content the game has. I'm more of a Splatoon fan myself but ARMS has potential. I'm dreading the thought of buying another game with my backlog before Splatoon 2 comes out so I'm kind of hoping I won't like ARMS too much, lol.
  14. Tried Disgaea 5 demo yesterday. I've always been interested in the series as I like the art style and I'm a big fan of humorous games. I'm not quite sold on the game based on the demo though. Too much "micromanagement" and it was difficult to move the cursor to select characters and to move them where I wanted them. Maybe there are settings to control the sensitivity of the stick or make the cursor snap on characters and tiles? UI didn't have much info in some situations like when shopping for equipment. Is there Japanese audio option in the full game? Based on my first impression I like Fire Emblem's take on SRPG gameplay more.
  15. I main a lalafell monk and going to keep it as my main class. Red mage would fit my alt character (my main specializes in physical melee only + crafting + gathering) and might try samurai on my main. It depends on the requirements for the new classes. Heavensward made everything into such a horrible grind I haven't played much in the past year or so and haven't even finished all the main story quests. I hate the very limited inventory/armory space when you have several classes. Whenever I logged in to do something it was like "you can't x because your inventory is full". 😑 Planning to buy the Stormblood expansion soon anyway and see if it can get me back into the game.