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  1. Am I the only one who's unable to buy anything on the new Store on PC? I can see the games fine, but there's no purchase button anywhere. EDIT : Never mind, I tried on a different browser and it worked. It's just Chrome being Chrome.
  2. I'm pretty sure it does. Honestly, I would only recommend starting a new playthrough if you haven't touched your completion list much because, if you did, then you'd have to do everything all over again. As for Akiyama, he's definitely the toughest character when it comes to the coliseum. The best way to deal with crowds as him (this obviously applies to everyone else) would be to knock everyone but one person down, focus all of your firepower on that one dude standing, then rinse and repeat. And don't forget about his heat action that knocks down 3 enemies at once; that one will be very useful. For singular enemies, make sure you abuse his Launch Strike launcher (get the skill that makes it unblockable beforehand) and his grabs. Generally, if you get an enemy to the ground, you can just stunlock them to death with the launcher while they're grounded (hold L2 to avoid doing a heat action instead). EDIT : I see you're not done with your Legend playthrough yet. I think it would be wise to just finish it, then go into NG+ on easy from there. That way, you'll be able to carry over everything you did, except the substories which you'll have to do again.
  3. Yes, you can do that. DR1's school mode and DR2's island mode work exactly the same.
  4. Finishing models will reward you with date tickets, which you can use to take a character on a date, increase their affinity points and unlock their ending once school mode is over and they reach max affinity. So technically, you can finish school mode with only a few models done, and still get a character's ending if you take them on enough dates. I wouldn't recommend it though, as more models completed means more date tickets, which would obviously make the whole process much faster. Don't worry if you fail at completing all of the models on your first run. You get to keep your stats when you start over.
  5. I read that you get the medals from doing a quest in RPG mode which you unlock after finishing the game on hard.
  6. I don't have the weapon myself, but I can see it in the list of forgeable weapons. It's the first Light SSR sword in the list. I'm not sure if there's another way to get it, so I can't help you with that.
  7. I didn't do much trophy hunting in 2019 (compared to the previous years), but it was a fantastic year for me, the one when I finally got out of my comfort zone and tried new stuff like visual novels, JRPGs and fighting games. 3,716 -> 4,987 (+1,271) 1,480 -> 1,961 (+481) 627 -> 813 (+186) 143 -> 183 (+40) My 2019 highlights were (Tales of Berseria won't be included simply because I have yet to finish it) : - Castlevania Symphony of the Night : I've always been a sucker for metroidvania Castlevania games, and this game was no exception. It may be an old PS1 title, it still aged like a fine wine and I found myself loving it more than I thought I would. - Zero Escape : Amazing mystery thriller visual novel series with a creepy ambiance and engaging characters. I highly recommend it, even to the non-lovers of the genre. - Kingdom Hearts III : Like all my fellow fans of the franchise, I was looking forward to playing this game. The day it was delivered to me, I was literally jumping out of excitement. After I screamed for 5 minutes, I took the game out of the cardboard, put the disc in my PS4, turned off my phone, plugged in my earphones and immediately plunged into it. The main menu showed, with a new arrangement of Dearly Beloved. I put my controller away, and simply listened. I was still dumbfounded by the fact that the new KH was inside my console. It took my a good 10 minutes before I picked up my controller again and finally started a new game. And man, what a game it was. While I do agree with most of the complaints the fans had regarding it, I was still able to enjoy it through and through and cry like a baby when the ending cutscene played. Definitely one of my favorite experiences of all time. - Hollow Knight : I don't think I need to tell you what was so unique about this game, do I. For the love of God or whatever it is that you believe in, play it. - Danganronpa : Here we go. I finally got around to playing this series and... yeah, it's as good as people make it out to be. Go for it, in case you still have doubts. Oh, and don't get attached to any character. You've been warned. - Nier Automata : I don't plan on beating around the bush : this game is a masterpiece, a heavy I-don't-know-how-to-pull-my-punches story backed by an 11/10 musical score and a simple yet great fighting system. It's one of those games that you still remember long after beating them. - Sekiro : Shadows Die Twice : I'm not gonna lie, I walked in expecting yet another Souls-like, and it turned out to be the most fun game I'd played in a while. It's the sword fights, man. Every encounter felt like a dance where you had to block and retaliate at the right time. Every encounter was infinitely fun and satisfying. Sekiro is my personal GOTY. - Persona 4 Golden : Honestly, I don't know where to start. There isn't a single thing I dislike about this game. Oh yeah, the fact that it freaking ends. Simply put, this is my favorite game of all time, second only to Okami. Persona 4 is a long journey that immerses your all, soul and body. Knowing that, you don't walk away from it unscathed. You will fall in love with the characters, and you will cry when the time to say goodbye to them comes. I guarantee it. - Yakuza 0 : Why was this game so good ? The drama, the humor, the combat, everything worked so well. And the boss fights... I still remember that last boss fight : the cutscene where they exchange a few words, then take off their shirts (in a totally non-sexual fashion) with the music slowly building up in the background, and then they run towards each other and clash as the music drops. The fight in itself is a brutal fest where you can actually feel every hit. It's feral, it's ruthless, and you enjoy every second of it. Fighting games : As it was stated above, I got into fighting games in 2019. The reason was that fighting games allowed you to do one thing that no other game could : to have fun while looking cool. Okay maybe some beat'em ups like DMC or Bayonetta could do that for you, but you get my point. My first step into online was with Blazblue Cross Tag Battle. As you'd expect, I got destroyed. Every match felt like a one-sided beatdown and I was at the receiving end. I got frustrated. I started thinking I was horrible at video games. I even thought of giving up several times. That's not what I did, though. I toughed it out and played, watched high-level matches, practiced, played some more and after a while, I got decent. That was when I started having fun with the game, and that was when I realized fighting games could be absurdly fun if you put in the effort into learning them. Obviously, I started playing more of them afterwards. The best ones that I've played this year were Blazblue Cross Tag Battle, Blazblue Central Fiction, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2, Under Night In-Birth, Skullgirls 2nd Encore and Tekken 7. Honorable mentions : Shantae Half-Genie Hero, Devil May Cry 4, Shadow Tactics, Ni no Kuni II, Muramasa Rebirth, Steins;Gate, River City Girls, Indivisible, The Messenger, Mega Man 11. Well, that was that. I spent the last hour putting into words the feelings of a guy who takes his passion way too seriously. Hopefully, some of you will discover their new favorite game thanks to this post.
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    Each game references its prequels, so I recommend you do them in this order : DR1, DR2, Ultra Despair Girls, DR3 (the anime) and then DRV3.
  9. Yeah, the description is erroneous. You do need to beat all of them.
  10. Yacht Club claim they have big news to announce on Wednesday. It might be we're finally getting a release date.
  11. YES. It's time to hate mahjong yet again.
  12. Click on your name at the top right corner of the site's main page and go to Settings. There, you can choose to hide your 0% games.
  13. Oh boy, this is a tough one. This last gaming year has been drenched with emotions for me. My top 3 would probably be : Persona 4 Golden -spoilers- Nier Automata : 10/10 Story, 10/10 characters, 11/10 soundtrack, 10/10 sidequests, this game has all the necessary ingredients to make an emotion-rich journey. A masterpiece that I would recommend to everyone. Oh, and you're not ready for Route C. Kingdom Hearts III : I do concur that the game has its number of flaws. Nevertheless, it was the one Kingdom Hearts game that got me the most emotionally invested in the series. The entirety of the endgame section was gorgeous, but it was the ending that really got me. Seeing the Xehanort arc meet its conclusion was definitely something. Honorable mentions : Danganronpa 2 : Goodbye Despair : I love the Danganronpa series. I love everything about. My favorite game has to be the second one, for one big reason : Chiaki Nanami, and for one bigger reason : chapter 5. The introduction to that chapter was brilliant, the murder and the investigation were brilliant, and the whole buildup was brilliant. Then, there was the class trial... I love watching reaction videos to it simply to get goosebumps all over again. Zero Escape : Virtue's Last Reward : One of the endings of the game. Anyone who's played it knows exactly which one I'm talking about. My sides still hurt thinking of it.
  14. Of course you can. However, I'd recommend doing all the grinding on Proud to avoid having to do any additional playthroughs (the difficulty trophies do stack on the PS4 version).
  15. The same logic can be applied to having as many trophies or points as possible. Leadeboards and records only matter to the people who care enough about them.