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  1. Drew Zenos from FFXIV!
  2. You mean an Arcade Stick. There's various kinds you can get, including hitboxes that don't have a stick. But no, if you're not great at fighters, an arcade stick won't help and will likely be more of a learning curve to get into fighting games than a controller is. Unless you have actually had experience using one and know for a fact you can pull off the moves easier with one, but there is no reason to go out on expenses if it's just a "will this make fighting games easier for me?" because no it won't. It'll definitely make doing combos easier down the line after you have got used to it, but I would get the basics learnt via a controller first, then if you get decent at fighting games on controller, think of investing in an Arcade Stick.
  3. My computer has a mic built into it, I rarely speak however. I definitely don't find the need for it at all too outside of FFXIV raids etc.
  4. Ok, cringey thread title aside, I found a way that makes this trophy a lot more easier. I wouldn't say it's guaranteed to get you it but it was the first strategy that got me it and got me it on my first test with it. While the guide's method may still work well for some, the method listed works completely fine for me up until Stage 25 where things get a little bit dangerous getting close to the opponent and things can get a little bit too luck based for my liking, so instead, I suggest a double team with Athena, what you want to do is focus mainly on her finish, using any items that you obtain, switching to the other and doing the same, then let both reload, switch and do it again. Yes, it isn't a guaranteed hit, but you have so many chances with how fast your superbar recharges. By stage 20 (and even on Kukri as this opponent can be a bit of an issue), you want to be dodge rolling ( + ) to either side of the stage, keeping as far away from the opponent as you can to prevent getting locked into a combo. This allowed me to enter all the later matches with full health, plus Athena actually has a heal for her red health special. I even managed to get 33 clears doing this.
  5. New iPad Pro 12.9" and Pencil (Gen 2), yes, my wallet is in agony.
  6. [SNK Heroines] If anyone's needing the online trophies, let me know, game's online is dead. x_x

  7. I voted neither, Cloud's just hilarious really when he gets put in a dress. And besides, a lot of the original stuff that you did to actually get a dress sorted is still within the game, literally the only scene taken away was the one where Cloud goes into like this... spa room? Whereas there's a bunch of bodybuilders etc, but the gym where you used to do squats in for the wig is still there (no wig anymore though), the restaurant is still there, the clothing shop mission is still there. Just used for different things, though I do theory that that the clothing mission results in Andrea being a customer to the old man when it comes to picking up a dress for Cloud, I know it doesn't matter but right after they are selecting a dress for someone at the Honeybee Inn.
  8. If it's what someone enjoys, then sure. I actually really enjoy watching people speedrun the Resident Evil games. I, myself can complete FFVII within 5 hours, but there's a lot faster out there, I just see that as an accomplishment compared to my first playthrough of it, most are also kind of what the hell when they learn I can do it in that timing. If I was going for 100% though it would of course take a bit longer.
  9. So... really short Bayonetta? I know she's a fan, but she's really not suited for this character.
  10. Chocobo Trainer: Obtained at least 4 Final Fantasy Platinums Lightning's Sidekick: Obtained at least 1 Final Fantasy Platinum Cactuar Hunter: Joined event with at least one trophy in any Final Fantasy game FF15...again?!: Obtained the Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD Platinum FF15...Comrades: Get all trophies in Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Comrades In the list already, but may I be updated? Plats are as followed: Final Fantasy VII Remake Final Fantasy XV (100% DLC trophies if that matters) Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Final Fantasy XIV Final Fantasy XIII-2 Final Fantasy VII 100%s: Final Fantasy XV Comrades I've listed all the rewards above that I should be entitled to.
  11. Your boss doesn't sound like he can talk renting a "fast car" every weekend, wouldn't he be much better investing and saving and purchasing a fast car? He should be able to afford it if he just makes a few sacrifices given the other things he purchases. Anyway, you're never too old for games, and why would some games be rated M/18 if they're only for children? Has your boss even seen anime other than Pokémon, Digimon... whatever is the big thing popular with kids these days? Castlevania on Netflix, especially season 3 will be telling to him that anime isn't only for children.
  12. Definitely go for near max points in story (I only turned off battle items of the threesome fight at the end). Then after you have done story, farm mats for about 90 DEF boosts. It will make everything really madly easy. I could have done the data battles with only No Links and MP Slip turned off, it was that easy, the only data battle I found myself having to use an Elixir in was Ansem's, the others I didn't even have to be bothered. The DEF boosts and maybe some attack boosts though are the things that are really going to make your time getting this trophy much easier at the end, only had to fight 10 of the 13 data battles for the trophy to finally pop for me. The hardest part of this trophy is actually some story bosses but it is possible to do all of them but the one I mentioned (I really do think it's possible for it too, just have to play on the defensive more which I don't really do much of) with all the Pro Codes on.
  13. These tips are very good. I've managed to complete all the base story bosses with the exception of Dark Inferno (until I get more DEF/ATK boosts crafted) with all of the Pro Codes activated. There was one, the battle with Xemnas, Young Xehanort and Ansem that kind of pushed me to turn off No Battle Items, that has only been a 750 point reduction though so doesn't really affect the amount of Organization members I have to defeat anyway (which is 10, and I may have some leeway with Dark Inferno so I might turn off battle items for him too if it's needed). I didn't find it too difficult. Magic is useful in this mode mainly for curing if you use the Chef keyblade plus an accessory with Wizard's Ruse. It has actually helped me in some tight spots. The final battles are so easy just down to the amount of checkpoints you have to work with.
  14. Ohh! Good to know, saves me from doing another playthrough then.