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  1. I don't have a Mew, sorry. You can get one by purchasing the Pokéball Plus accessory. If you get one, make sure you won't try soft-resetting for different natures as I read somewhere that you will lose the pokémon once it's transferred from the accessory if you don't save your game. That reminds me I should get back to Let's Go Pikachu post-game content at some point. I enjoyed the game a lot but stopped playing for now after beating Elite Four.
  2. Wtf, Kojima was here. On Bulevardi in Helsinki this morning. And I missed him on my way to work. 

    Suomi mainittu, torilla tavataan!

    1. Harley Quinn

      Harley Quinn

      At least you didn't hit him.....OH, you meant you didn't see him, my mistake.

  3. No hidden trophies at the moment. I used to have 1 hidden trophy from Uncharted: Golden Abyss. My nephew wanted to play my Vita one Christmas and he popped a trophy. Wasn't going to play the game in a while and it was ruining my completion so I hid it. Unhid the game later when I started playing it myself.
  4. I don't care about my world/country rank but it's somehow nice and maybe even a bit motivating to see my rank going up.
  5. At the moment I'm looking forward to these: - Animal Crossing (Switch) - Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Switch) - HITMAN 2 new locations (PS4) - Etrian Odyssey Nexus (3DS) - Persona Q2 (3DS) - Pokémon (Switch) I'm sure the list will fill up fast when more games are announced.
  6. I still haven't gotten around to play the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Torna expansion.. Maybe finally on holidays. I recently started Etrian Odyssey V on 3DS to get that done before the next one in the series is released in February. I need more free time to play all these awesome games.
  7. This game caught my interest. Is it a single player RPG? Looks kinda MMOish.
  8. You don't have a memory card? Maybe that's why you can't do anything with Vita? Vita's internal storage is only 1GB and games take up quite a lot of space.
  9. Good news to friends of The Messenger: there's a free expansion coming!
  10. One more thing came to mind. Have you redeemed the download code for Shinjiro DLC? Maybe his costume counts as one of the required ones in the Day One Edition?
  11. I don't remember getting costumes from anything else but the social events and in a couple of occasions from clearing certain songs. At this point it sounds a lot like the trophy has somehow glitched on you if there are no question marks on your costume list. I hope I'm wrong. I suggest finding a full list of costumes on some site and comparing it to your list to find out what you're missing and how that specific costume could be obtained. Good luck!
  12. Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight (PS4) Dancing in Moonlight Obtained all trophies. Enjoyment: 8.5 Difficulty: 2 Fun and accessible rhythm game with great music. The dance animations and choreographies are top notch and very pleasant to look at, just like in Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Customization options are impressive as you can fiddle with difficulty modes, note speed, make the notes waver, fade out, etc. Even if you're not very good at rhythm games and want to experience the game, don't be afraid to give it a go - you can toggle on various support modifiers to clear the songs. There's plenty of creatively designed costumes and accessories to customize the characters with. Setting them to random produces some hilarious results and at times it's hard to concentrate on hitting the notes when you're trying not to fall off the chair laughing at the fashion combinations. Junpei in a snowman costume, wearing Igor nose and glasses with a lobster on his head is a sight to behold. The Social mode contains entertaining and amusing dialogue. Visiting the characters' rooms to look for hidden cards was surprisingly fun (sorry, you can't look at magazines hidden under Junpei's bed). There's an option for English and Japanese voiceovers, but they messed up by letting you access settings only after the intro scene was over. The bad part of the game is lack of content: there's under 30 songs and feels like mostly they are different remixes of the same few songs. I managed to platinum the game in 18 hours and some of that was idle time so in reality it took me about 12 - 13 hours - it also became my fastest platinum. I swear P4DAN on Vita had much more content, it had some free DLC and it wasn't as expensive. Koromaru was left out of the game and Shinjiro is a DLC character with one song (free with a physical copy of the game). I'd recommend waiting for a 50% price drop. Aside from the lack of content, I think the game is nicely produced and should serve as a relaxing palate cleanser between longer and more demanding games.
  13. I liked the Rare Blade quests a lot and I'm planning to complete most of them too. My favorite quest line was probably the one about Argentum's secrets that you start by finding the Nopon murals and gain a key to a special door. It was hilarious.
  14. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (PS Vita) Hope's Last Reward Earned every other trophy in the game Enjoyment: 7 Difficulty: 2 Danganronpa 2 has new talented students attending Hope's Peak Academy, and they're going on a school trip on a tropical island. The students are in for a rude awakening when they realize they're forced to take part in a killing game to get off the island. The gameplay consists of socializing, investigation once a murder takes place and finally a class trial where you need to find out who's guilty. If the culprit is found out, he/she is executed and the others continue to live their killing school life. If you point out the wrong person, everyone else is executed and the murderer gets to leave the island. The trial parts have several new mechanics compared to the first Danganronpa game and I wasn't very fond of them as they are mostly just pointless, annoying and time consuming additions. The trials are quite well written however and provide a lot of surprising turns but they seem to go on and on. I remember starting a new trial in the evening and getting frustrated when it was already 1 am and the trial was still in progress when I was supposed to go to sleep. Another needlessly time consuming thing was that some arguments had more than one right answer even clearly stated in the evidence but the game accepted only one as the correct answer. The story didn't manage to keep me interested for the whole duration of the game. Around chapter 6 things got more interesting but after a while I lost my interest again. The ending was quite bland and disappointing too compared to Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. The game has a noticeable amount of typos which didn't give a good impression of the localization. Danganronpa 2's music is very good and fits the theme and events well. You can select either English or Japanese voice acting (I recommend the Japanese one, especially Monokuma sounds fantastic). The art style and presentation is great and the characters are nicely designed both visually and based on their back stories. In addition to the main story mode the game offers a couple of extra game modes which you are required to complete for the platinum. Island Mode tasks you with collecting materials and building requested items in a sprite based resource management game. It's a fun game mode but needs to be repeated too often to complete all character specific "endings" (if you can even call them that because it's just like a couple of lines of dialogue, very underwhelming). There's also a small action game "Magical Miracle Girl Monomi" where you need to defeat enemies and gather loot dropped by the enemies. This game mode gets old fast too as you need to collect 60 different items and it's pure RNG. Ugh. Overall Danganronpa 2 is a great visual novel filled with mystery, humor and unexpected twists. However the game felt like it was missing something I can't quite put my finger on that would hook me in. At some point I'd rather have been playing other games and grinding for the platinum felt like a pointless waste of my life.
  15. So.. Joker from Persona 5 coming to Smash Bros Ultimate.. Could this indicate negotiations going on between Nintendo and Atlus to bring Persona main series games to Switch? Or is it just because of Persona Q2 on 3DS? I'm somewhat interested in getting the new Smash Bros especially after seeing how great reviews it got, but I have too many games.