Kristen Danielle

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About Kristen Danielle

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    I enjoy shopping online, reading, researching history and literature, doing Bible studies, cuddling my cats, chatting with friends, swimming, baking, and cooking.

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  1. When were you diagnosed?
  2. Despite my personal rule about not playing games with witchcraft, I am actually interested in this one because it seems that it is based on the Salem witch trials, which were not actually about witchcraft and sorcery, but mass hysteria that resulted in state-sanctioned murder. I've already pre-ordered this game.
  3. [Resident Evil 3] Well, since my cat has decided that it's time for me to be awake, I guess I'll finish up my second playthrough. 😑

  4. [Resident Evil 3] So far, replay value for this game is a 2/10. lol Maybe Hardcore, Nightmare, and Inferno will be better.

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    2. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      I think it'll be a masterpiece if they give it the RE2make treatment. That one was amazing.

    3. Spaz


      Personally I don’t care if some games don’t get a platinum.

    4. MikeCheck--


      @Spaz It's more of the fact that a AAA game, that requires multiple playthroughs a 30+ hours doesn't have one but 5 mins Rat games do is all 

  5. [Resident Evil 3] Well, I have finished the story of this game and while I loved the story itself, I was extremely disappointed with the length of the game. It only took me a day and a half to finish it and that is just so annoying to me. It really had the potential to be as great as Resident Evil 2, but it was ridiculously rushed. One can only hope that the RE4make is longer and better. That said, it's time to start it up again so I can platinum the game.

    1. lynx_1985


      Yeah definitely felt like a DLC for RE2: Remake. Loved RE2: Remake; enjoyed RE3: Remake but was a bit disappointed that it just felt like RE2: Remake and was missing things for the original RE3 such as the choose your paths parts, the clock tower area,  the park area and worm fight. 

      When I say clock tower area I mean actually going inside it, it’s just the outside area and a boss fight in the remake :(

    2. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      Yeah, I saw that they cut out a lot. I watched all of the boss fights from the original 1999 version and I have to say that I'm happy with the changes they made to Nemesis' forms (with the animal-like one being second and then just having him as a blob thing after the vat of acid), but I would have liked to have seen the worm and all of the places that were cut. Even if they didn't do that, though, just making a little effort to make more backtracking and more puzzles would have gone a LONG way. That and actually making Nemesis that follows you on the streets a stalker like Mr. X and able to enter every building except safe rooms and where puzzles must be solved.

  6. [Resident Evil 3] Well, so far, I have been following this walkthrough (I always do walkthroughs for my games) and I've been playing for about an hour and a half. The table of contents of my walkthrough seems to indicate that I am halfway though the story, though. If that's true, I am going to be VERY disappointed.

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    2. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      I'm beginning to notice that and it really annoys me. I was SO hyped for this game.

    3. Crispy_Oglop


      Same for me, I had all the hype. I pretty much rode the infinite unlockables to the platinum with this one. I spent hours and hours practicing my S+ Rank runs with RE2, but with this one, I kinda just wanted to be done with it. It feels more like an 80's action movie than a horror.

    4. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      Yeah. I haven't unlocked anything yet, but I was expecting Nemesis to be extremely scary— like way scarier than Mr. X because of his enhanced moveset and weapons usage. I'm at the save room on the lower level of the demolition site before you go up to the first boss fight, though, and so far, I'm disappointed.

  7. So, it turns out that the cure to deep, overwhelming depression is Resident Evil! Who knew? 😜

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    3. Swithop


      A survival horror game reflects every aspect of your state of mind wheny you are really down in the dumps. And then it lets you play it out to see what will happen when you finally "break through", like when you unlock a door or solve a puzzle or something. The stimulus is in the curiosity how (if) the nightmare will end.


      I don't think any other genre has this deep meaning for some people, especially introverts. This may sound stupid but playing Doom 3 probably saved me from a mental breakdown years ago.

    4. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      It doesn't sound stupid at all. I think that's a great way to look at it. 😁

  8. I have platted Resident Evil 2 by myself, but for the final DLC trophy required to get the 100%, which was Hell of a Sheriff, I had to do SharePlay. It was massively difficult. I still want to go back and try to earn it myself someday.
  9. *raises hand* ✋ You're not alone. ♥️
  10. I have a unique position on this, I think. As an American with the set-in-stone rights to freedom of speech, religion, and expression, I am wholly against censorship of most kinds (excluding the simple "bleeping" out of curse words and blurring of innocent people's faces in news reports about crime on television, etc). Therefore, I'd say that if these anime games are rated M or 18 or whatever adult rating your country uses, they should not be censored. However, I can also see it from the other perspective because (and this is just my opinion) anime characters, to me, always appear underage regardless of whether they are or not simply because of the art style. This could possibly cause controversy with some people over what is shown for these types of characters. As far as whether or not I would switch from Sony over it, I would say no, but that's because it doesn't affect me, as I don't play sexually explicit games to begin with, being a Christian. I think the only one with nudity that I have ever played was Dante's Inferno for the PS3 and I personally think that it could have done without the nudity and still have been just fine, even for the circle of lust. There were actually some scenes outside of Hell's depths where you could tell that the developers added nudity simply because they wanted to, as it was completely unnecessary to illustrate the point they were trying to make.
  11. NEW PLAN: It's going to be Resident Evil 3 by day and finishing up Dying Light at night when @funboy1246 gets off from work! I hadn't started RE3 yet because my former friend that I have mentioned before wasn't ready to play it with me yet as she was doing other things, but now, I do what I want! lol

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    2. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      Yes! That would be great. He hasn't actually scared me yet because I just started and the first encounter was scripted. I'm in the subway with Carlos and Mikhail now. No spoilers, please! I never finished the original one, so I'm new to the entire plot!

    3. MarcusPunisher


      Sorry for the late response, I hope you are not already pass the first encounter lol. I tested that Nemesis is apparently allergic to stairs so when you go at the rooftop stairs and stay there, he won't follow you. Also, make sure that you pack yourself with grenades and keep them specifically for him, cause you can slow him down just by tossing one directly towards him. 


    4. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      I'm in the hospital after giving Jill the vaccine. 😜 Thanks, though! 

  12. Hey, there. I apologize that I ended up ghosting you on Dying Light tonight. I'm in Louisiana and Hurricane Delta made landfall, so I had to cut off my PS4 before it got zapped. I'm hoping I'll be ready to play tomorrow if you're free. I have to start a NG+ and get past the prologue to be able to do the multiplayer trophies, but that shouldn't take too long. :)

    1. funboy1246


      Nah it cool. I work tomorrow and may not be home til after 9 or 10 pm of thats ok

    2. Kristen Danielle
  13. [Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition] Oy vey. I'd rather be playing almost anything but this right now, but my OCD— which is actually diagnosed, not "I'm so OCD," mind you— has won the battle again. I can't be dealing with a backlog. lol So, I'm going to torture myself with boredom by finishing this game to 100%. Sadly, the friend that was going to help me get the multiplayer trophies is no longer my friend (a much-needed decision that I made), but @funboy1246 and @SnowStorm have agreed to help me with those. I guess it's time for the grind. Ugh.

    1. funboy1246


      Seen you playing. Let me get myself past the prolouge so i can do coop and we can at least lnock out the. 2 competition trophies

    2. Kristen Danielle

      Kristen Danielle

      It'll actually have to wait a bit longer because I have to do NG+ on mine to do that, as I have completed all of the missions. I'll tell you when I'm ready. :)

  14. Thank you so much!
  15. I went from Level 6 to Level 80. I'm kind of confused as to how these are calculated now. Does anyone have a link that explains it in more detail?