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  1. 0 - The Silver Case HD 1 - The 25th Ward: The Silver Case 2 - Hakuōki: Stories of the Shinsengumi 3 - Stardew Valley 4 - Titan Souls 5 - Cat Quest 6 - 7 - Kingdom Hearts • PS3 97% 8 - 9 - A Summer with the Shiba Inu • EU Sadly, since last time and for the whole later half of August, I didn’t get enough off-time to sit down comfy and game, thus not much progress was made to earn my colours. (」°ロ°)」I finished Cat Quest which continued to be purrfectly adorable right up to end and finally honoured my promise to play the Shiba Inu VN (originally developed for PC, I think) which I prefer to call Dogeful Girlfriends: Deadly Matrix Edition in my mind. I started this event by going back to my backlog and I had vague plans to end it in the same manner. I went back to stare at my old and shared PS3 backlog and by chance, ended up starting Kingdom Hearts 1.5. To think it’s been 18 years since I first played KH1... but everything about Destiny Islands and beyond was still very familiar. The game is far shorter and easier than I remembered but the combat during lategame is every bit as fun as back when I first played it. With 4 playthroughs, this game sure is putting me to work for the platinum. After Kingdom Hearts, I’m not sure that I’ll manage to nail another number down time-wise but I’ll be sure to hit off the spooky season 🎃 early with Lone Survivor!
  2. That’s a long and detailed write-up, thank you for expanding on the monsters especially! I’d like to join. I love the idea of going through all these games that I own in search for a specific kind of monster and it’s a Halloween event to boot (which in all the time that I have been lurking round here have been my favourite). The one team I’m most familiar with are the Brothers Grimm from all those German childhood stories like Frog Prince or the Musicians of Bremen, so I’d be happy to call myself the very first Brothers Grimm team member.
  3. With the release of Tales of Crestoria which has a surprisingly engaging and lengthy story for a “gacha” mobile game so far, I got temporarily distracted (⁄ ⁄•⁄ω⁄•⁄ ⁄) but I managed to put a couple more completions under my belt. 0 - The Silver Case HD 1 - The 25th Ward: The Silver Case 2 - Hakuōki: Stories of the Shinsengumi 3 - Stardew Valley 4 - Titan Souls 5 - Cat Quest at 56% I sang praises on Silver Case last time and I stick with that. What a weird gem. The 25th Ward which serves as a loosely related sequel to The Silver Case of sorts, however... I honestly liked the sheer and utter strangeness of it and the return of several characters from the previous game but it is hard to recommend a game that plays like a full-blown fever dream (and a completely open-ended one at that!) in good conscience. So I will not: no clear recommendation. Little is lost by skipping it (until/if the planned sequel - possibly the 26th Ward - is realised). I picked up Cat Quest in late 2018 on the recommendation of non-gamer friends but had been wary of starting it till now despite numerous more urgings since then because of the trophy list’s incredibly high completion percentage. Figured it may turn out to be cheap and uninspiring. But I got to admit: after all the novels and Titan Souls, the simple but fast gameplay and overly cute and silly design is totally enjoyable. In its own charming way, Cat Quest is pretty furmidable. And those little gruff “meow” sounds that the protagcat makes every time that he gets hit? Now that’s just purrfectly endearing, meow 🤍 I hope to be done with Cat Quest later today or tomorrow latest, it’s truly short. For the remaining numbers, I have a couple ideas from my backlog but none of them are all that concrete. I think I might go for yet more crime/detective stories and do the PS4 version of Heavy Rain for #8 before my old sub of PS+ finally runs out for good. For the remaining time of this event, I’ll just keep doing what I did so far: go with the flow 🦦 and report what came of it next time here.
  4. It’s not the game that I figured would net me colour #3 but then it ended up being the one: with 69:37hrs on the clock - slow and steady - I’ve finished Stardew Valley ⭐ I enjoyed my first serious trip into the farming genre: raising that rad radish, petting happy chicken for big eggs (to turn into mayonnaise), picking a cute bachelor to marry. The pixel look of Stardew is charming in its incredible detail. ...but I learnt that a farmer’s stressful life is not for me. Thankfully, Stardew’s cows and rabbits live on (if grumpily, I am so sorry!) when you don’t feed them because you’re off woo-ing your future husband/wife with Rainbow Shards or slaying sticky slimes in a mine 120 floors underground before the clock strikes midnight and means to tuck you in bed. 1 game from the backlog down. The next 2 are games that I frequently told myself that “I’ll play them later... soon.” GBN making me play them now 🎊 0 - The Silver Case HD 1 - The 25th Ward: The Silver Case 2 - ? 3 - Stardew Valley Next up is The Silver Case. And so far, I’ve read through (=solved) the first 3 cases. What’s to say about it? It’s mad awesome. It’s a late 90s adventure game that was prettied up and eventually ported to PS4. Adventure game here meaning: this is a detective/crime plot with a dash of supernatural elements drawn from good old stock Japanese folklore. In first person view and in the role of the nameless MC, one investigates short sections that are presented in an oldschool 3D that is remotely reminiscent of “dinosaur age” CGI (...but clearly modernised). But the overwhelming majority of The Silver Case sees one spending on reading. A lot of reading. TL;DR The Silver Case is Japanese adventure/is an artsy point and click Visual Novel hybrid. It’s hard to talk about without giving away spoilers while I am in the middle of it. But as for the setting: characters are adults, language is coarse and not for the faint of heart, they nailed down the noir hardboiled detective atmosphere in an (almost) all men’s den. ...and the sexual tension, good gracious Σ(-᷅_-᷄๑) For someone (like me) who enjoys other media’s takes on film noir, cynical and whacky introspective exchanges, crime investigation in dystopian societies and good old reading, this game has much to offer ♡
  5. Ohh, even in b&w the badge is adorable! Real life colouring-by-numbers came up last week during a brainstorming session for further options of how to keep the various kids who still suffer under minimised class schedules thanks to COVID-19 occupied and later at home, I caught myself wondering if this event would make a return this year (*゚▽゚*) so this is a nice surprise. Here goes to trying to colour at least as many spaces as last year - if not more this time round because I am curious of the spots where some of these (the blue and pink especially) will go. Sweet suspense! I’m in!
  6. Finally, with this I’m ready to tackle the long journey down the Utawarerumono rabbit hole. ⌒(ㅇㅅㅇ❀)⌒ (Snagged the NNK remaster alongside as a surprise gift for someone.)
  7. Was war eigentlich der Grund, weshalb du dein altes Konto aufgegeben hast?

  8. I’ve been complaining about my completion percentage here and there since late summer, so I spent a while contemplating if joining this challenge could help motivate me to raise it: yes, I’d like to be in! Sitting on 176 particularly old unearned trophies from 4 games that I have kept evading to go back to all throughout 2019, and while soon approaching 1000 trophies in total, my completion percentage felt like it hardly budged since September/October... 🐌 It’s time to get in gear and attack that heap of unearned trophies! I rather that be now anyhow, before it gets out of hand eventually. My current completion is 83.07% and I want to have it raised to 90% by this day (31st for me here already) next year. The moment I cross the 90% threshold, it’ll be a success - anything more will be sweet icing ♪
  9. Completing 5 games within the timeframe will be a challenge for me but this take on New Year’s resolutions is sweet, hence I’d like very much to hop on board ♪ I’ll be making up the list of games as I play them - but I’ve just jumped into P5, so that’ll hopefully end up on my list! It’s sure to fit in snuggly somewhere. The sheer amount of game ideas listed for each category is amazing BTW ٩(˃̶͈̀௰˂̶͈́)و
  10. As of writing this, update 1.19 (approx. 522MB) is available for download (EU PSN)! Notes in Update History say this: I want to make P5 my trophy milestone #1000, hence I will not be available to test if the 1.19 update is the one that already fixes the 34/36 memories bug. To all happy Guinea Pigs to test this new patch: you are much appreciated | ˵ ・ (●●) ・ ˵ |
  11. I was hoping to answer earlier but ran into a bug. I wrote a long butt response in which I explained that I have replayed the game (EU PSN download) on 1.17 and also detailed what all I tried to get around the glitched memories counter (deleting both entries of save data, deleting the game, playing offline because the game connects to servers and retrieves some of your old data, trying different game language, system language and rushing through the game twice while only picking up memories) but the forums decided not to cooperate and delete my post ੧(❛〜❛✿)੭ So let me sum it up: whatever is causing the “34/36 memories” issue for only a small handful of users on PS4 and Steam, it is not fixed on 1.17. Here’s a very small light of Christmas hope: on their own discord server (mooneye server), the devs responded on Dec 5 that they were able to reproduce the issue and that they are hoping to work on a fix. This very topic describing the bug was linked on their discord. On Dec 10, when a Steam user explained having run into a similar issue (34/36 memories), the devs alluded to working on a fix that may possibly be related to the glitched memory counter.
  12. No wonder friends’ recommended it warmly: quirky VN that looks super cute? A talking dog 🐶 with little horns? I snagged a copy off amazon US for a pawstonishing $16.77 in total. ...shortly before I learnt that a physical EU version was right around the corner (❍ᴥ❍ʋ) WILL: A Wonderful World
  13. Editing this into an older post may have been a bad idea at that time... sorry (シ_ _)シ🥭 For the future, I’ll try to keep series refinement suggestions & series suggestions in separate posts from contributions for region/console tagging + stacking/linking. (needs to be region tagged & linked) The House In Fata Morgana PS4 JP - https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/9851-ファタモルガーナの館-dreams-of-the-revenants-edition needs to be added to this (already neatly tagged & linked) stack of Fatamoru: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/5932-ファタモルガーナの館 https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/8692-the-house-in-fata-morgana https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/9150-the-house-in-fata-morgana (Asked a friend from Japan to be sure but also see here, the Amazon Japan product page that says it’s the Japanese version of the NA PS4 game 本作は2019年5月末に発売された北米版(PlayStation4ソフト)を日本語化した製品となります。despite the fancy new subtitle).
  14. Tales of (series feature) A proposal for correction regarding Tales of Innocence R’s stage listing. Innocence R is the VITA remake of the 9th mothership title (“main series entry”) in the Tales of series but is currently listed as “no stage” here in our PSNP series feature. As a version of the 9th mothership title, it should be listed in-between the PS3 port of Symphonia (5th mothership title) and the enhanced port PS3 version/PS4 remaster stacks of Vesperia (10th mothership title). Innocence R is not considered a spin-off, it is the reimagining of an earlier, proper Tales of main series entry. If it is considered a no stage spin-off/remake/other in the series feature here, I’d like to ask to consider to give Hearts R the same treatment for series consistency despite how well liked it is within some circles of NA and EU VITA players. Hearts R is the VITA remake of the 11th mothership title in the Tales of series but is currently listed as “stage 3”. It is the same as Innocence R in that Hearts R is a reimagining/one alternative version of an earlier proper main series entry. I’m a scrub when it comes to English language sources ┬┴┤∀・)ジ but here’s English Wikipedia with an overview of Tales of mothership games to help out.
  15. (๑ ̄ω ̄)✎ United States Thanksgiving (November 28th):? Black Friday (November 29th):? Saint Lucia's Day (December 13th): Code: Realize - Guardian of Rebirth or Psychedelica of the Ashen Hawk or? The 2 listed are otome and star somewhat young heroines. But may pick something else. Las Posadas (December 16th - December 24th): The Unfinished Swan There’s a lot of walking through a lot of white. Winter Solstice (December 21st): I Am Setsuna The game takes place in a wondrous world covered with snow. Hanukkah (December 22nd - December 30th):? Christmas (December 25th): The Midnight Sanctuary This game takes places in a fictional Christian village. Kwanzaa (December 26th - January 1st): Papo & Yo The playable character is a boy, Quico, from Brazil. Boxing Day (December 26th): Blazblue: Continuum Shift Extend One of the newly introduced characters in Continuum Shift is Makoto Nanaya who’s a hypersquirrel like me and whose fists are quite deadly. New Year's Day (January 1st):?