VegaMan-X4

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  1. These game shouldn't even be in the same sentence in my opinion. One is a passion project while the other is merely a quick commercial cash grab devaluing the brand. I enjoyed The Last Day of June way more than expected. I thought it about reminiscence of the past but it did a whole "challenge the destiny" type of story on me and I was surprised and impressed with how they did so much with so little. Zero Escape: 999 was a blast to play and it really amazed me on so many levels. Not so much with Zero Time Dilemma (3rd game) which is still decent at the very least but I hated how Virtue's Last Reward (2nd game) did its story, setting and characters. The House in Fata Morgana was tough to swallow at first (delivery issues - visual novel with not as much art as I expect a VN game to have and tons of text not in a hurry to the point) but I loved its characters, its music and its themes by the end of it.
  2. Pretty sure I got it using the same account on both PS4 and Vita but since it was a few years ago I might be BS-ing you on that as well. upd: Well I just checked my screenshot history and it seems I wasn't wrong. The Team Player and Platinum screenshots are on my main account.
  3. Darkest Dungeon: Crimson Court Adds lots of new elements and content to the base game. Also Vampires as insects are quite disturbing in my book. Muramasa Rebirth: A Cause to Daikon For Easily the best story out of four. Both sad and funny. Hack'n slash where you play as... a bunch of peasants is brilliant. P.S. Am I the only one who wasn't pissed about Asura's Wrath last chapter situation and found it fulfilling just as I found the base game quite fulfilling as well? Asking for a friend, lol.
  4. I would've prefer The Lost Vikings Collection. Finished the 1st game back in the days (and I still own it I think) so no real urge to throw money at the screen. I'll just wait for the sale.
  5. Yeah, I got this list done with Limited Run copy.
  6. Number of Games Played: 61 My Top Games: Judgment (231 Hours) Final Fantasy VII Remake (186 Hours) The House in Fata Morgana (123 Hours) Top Genre: Action / Adventure (773 Hours) Total Hours of Gameplay: 4399 (0 hours online) Days Played: 281 Top Day of The Week: Sunday (after midnight) Total Trophies Earned: 911 (24 platinum, 135 gold, 262 silver, 490 bronze) 7 PS+ games are "purchased" (1 actually played)
  7. The projection level is unchar... I mean off the charts in this thread. Don't care, sorry. Just quit quoting me plz, so I can stop being polite to be back here reading some of your typical and quite predictable rubbish.
  8. Debatable. The product has to be good to begin with. Which in case of tLoU2 is subjective to say the least. How many awards Monster Hunter World got, for example (don't know, don't care. Personally speaking)? My point stands - people in general don't really care about awards (fanboyism aside). And, honestly, I don't know what else there is to add on this matter. I'm not angry. Just pointing out some pretty obvious flaws with this release (and tLoU2 boxart is undoubtedly among those).
  9. I want you to get a better point. When (if) it gets re-released you think stores will be easily duped into the same "it will look great collecting dust on your shelves" argument? Tell you what. It'll do better in case they use them award labels to hide that stupid angry face on its cover.
  10. No need. Can you name me a hypothetical person who walks into a store and asks for a game with the most awards? I seriously doubt you can find one.
  11. Skip Veronica and Zero. Avoid RE6. Get a great silly (in a good way) friend for RE5. Get 2-3 of them for Operation Raccoon City (its a bad bad game BTW). Everything else is a fair game (prior to the entries I mentioned).
  12. Ugh. The Destroyer Mode is a pain in the rear. Jason gets restricted on weaponry (enemies become invulnerable to the most of his arsenal) and SOPHIAIII gets a projectile retribution on every destroyed enemy. Not to mention more health on mutants in general. Not exactly enjoyable to say the least.
  13. This game is a drag. Couple walkthroughs would be OK but beating it 7 times with barely any difference in terms of gameplay is just boring AF.
  14. With all honesty X3 is my favorite in the X-series (X4 is close second, mostly due to presentation). Dunno what OP is talking about.
  15. Most fun platinums: 1 - Darkest Dungeon 2 - Jamestown+ 3 - Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara (J) Most grindy platinums: 1 - Rayman Legends 2 - Mercenary Kings 3 - Sengoku BASARA HD Highest skill based platinums: 1 - Jamestown+ 2 - Maldita Castilla EX 3 - Super Hydorah Most boring / tedious platinums I earned: 1 - Resident Evil 6 2 - Devil May Cry 2 HD 3 - Streets of Rage 4 Platinums that I didn't achieve, but wanted: 1 - Sengoku BASARA 3 Utage 2 - Catherine 3 - Marvel vs Capcom 3