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  1. Just wanted to say thank you for the vid, Wheat_YT! It only took an hour of practice with your video to help, even with a lv7 Raph, and I fully admit I'm not great at beat em ups.
  2. 1.Suikoden 2 (PS1) 2.Crisis Core (PSP) 3.Final Fantasy Tactics (PS1/PSP) 4.Jumping Flash 2 (PS1) 5.Breath of Fire 3 (PS1) Making us only pick 5 is cruel. lol
  3. I have enough games in my backlog that I could probably play PS4 for another 2-3 years. I'm in no hurry to jump ship. I'm not into the genres that are popular on X-Box anyway and the DRM is a big turn off for a physical collector like me.
  4. It doesn't hurt to level some up as you go through the story as it does save time later. While you can catch a good number of fully evolved monsters near the end of the game, it's a good idea to check if one form can't be caught in the wild. If you don't plan on using the monsters, you can evolve them right away, otherwise, max their level if you can manage to wait that long.
  5. There appears to be only 3 roof decorations and I have not gotten the quest for any of them after playing for hours just doing mailbox quests. So yeah. Bad luck can make the house trophy take quite a while.
  6. Ni no Kuni does get into things a lot more quickly. It's not quite a real-time battle system in the sense that, while you can move about freely, you still have to navigate menus to preform actions. It was an charming, fun game to play casually, especially if collecting monsters sounds appealing. Bit of warning, the plat does asks you to pretty much 100% everything and a good chunk of it is based on eventually getting lucky with rare encounters, recruit rates and item drops. It's pretty much sacrilege to fans of the first game to say this, but I actually had a lot more fun with the second game. Gameranx has a good first impressions video of Ni no Kuni 2, if you are interested. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyEsMLyCr80
  7. Definitely looking forward to playing this! Heard nothing but good things about this game and I love the pixel art. Trophies look really easy.
  8. If Disco Elysium counts, I'd highly recommend that one. You're an amnesic police officer trying to solve a hanging while also trying to figure out how you lost your memory.
  9. Never played the original game, but from what I know is that if you died in a level, the boxes you collected reset. If you hit a checkpoint and died, then you'd be out the boxes from before that, thus, you had to play the level with no deaths to get the clear gem. In the remake, that was only a requirement for getting certain coloured gems. There was a screen for “Nearly perfect…but you died”, so you aren't going crazy.
  10. One of these things is not like the other! Story of Seasons came with a little pink cow and a proper instruction manual! Even had a little comic in the back. That was a nice surprise.
  11. After a few days of not working, suddenly everything is fine and I got my avatars. Go figure. The Official Wrap-Up Total hours played 1225 Hours PS4 295 Days Played 37 Games Played Top Games of 2021: DIGIMON STORY CYBER SLEUTH - 138 Hours Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory - 128 Hours Jurassic World Evolution 2 - 86 Hours Persona 5 Strikers - 86 Hours Disco Elysium - The Final Cut - 81 Hours Trophies - 1124 Platinum - 25 Gold - 116 Silver - 278 Bronze - 705
  12. I think both Persona 5 Royal and Final Fantasy 15 are good places to start. Both for different reasons. FF15 is an easy action RPG, has good characters and a good balance between action and story-telling. However, FF15 is not a finished game and requires so much supplemental material/DLC to make sense of the story and story is kind of an important part of the RPG experience. It's not a deep experience, but I loved the atmosphere and exploring the open world. If you are super new, the battle-system might feel better than a turn-based game. Persona5R is a stylish, beautiful game with a turn-based battle system. The story is well told and there's tons to do and discover. Which can be over-whelming at times and you can easily spend an hour playing the game and never actually fighting a battle. So you kinda have to be in that mindset to sit and enjoy the story. Starting the game also takes some time before you get to the meat of things. It tells a great story though and I had a ton of fun being a little shit in dialogue options and customizing my main character's skills. Both games have an easy Platinum, though if you play Persona5R blind, you might need a second playthru. Which is a big ask for a 100+ hour game. If I may make a recommendation, Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker's Memory is kind of a Persona-lite type of game. It tells a decent story, lets you customize a team and is less demanding of your time(outside of Trophies). Persona is a better game, but I still had fun with this one. The Platinum, however, is a grindy pain, but it's not difficult. (I am recommending the second game over the first Cyber Sleuth, because Hacker's Memory has a better translation and, in my opinion, a better story. Both are practically the same game in terms of mechanics.)
  13. Didn't mind the transition loading screens from one place to another. They are just long enough that you notice but it didn't tank my experience with the game. I played on a slim and most of the loads were under or around 10 seconds. If you save-scum all the dice rolls, though, be prepared for a miserable time watching load screen hell. Those take like, 30-40 seconds. The game expects you to fail dice rolls at times and it can lead to some funny stuff. The Icebreaker and Medal dispenser trophies are the only time I remember having to save-scum so much that I was starting to get bored. I can agree quick travel is useless. The map was small enough, I just ran everywhere I needed to go.
  14. Pretty sure it Final Fantasy VII. Got the system for Christmas and it came with a demo disc, but no game. Dad ran to the Blockbuster and rented it for us. Then he didn't realize we needed a memory card as well. Bless him, he tried! Got pretty far on our first blind run with no saving. Stupid Dyne and having not used Barret since I had the choice.
  15. Shot in the dark and I dunno about the save file corruption, but when you say no levels loaded, you mean at the loading screen or the level buttons weren't appearing? If it's the latter, you might have triggered the 100% Cortex fight and you need to fight him again to get secret warp room levels to show up again.