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  1. Are you that kid who just discovered crayons? Sorry, just couldn't resist.
  2. Projection. I don't watch it. I don't have to.
  3. Aside from the fact that she's not 10 or 12 years old but what?... 20 or something? She will not grow into "older Ellie" no matter if you doubt her or not.
  4. Didn't play all that many duds since my PSN profile was created and I'd say I have a rather okayish taste in gaming so there's a chance my pick would not adequately compare with others' examples in this topic but... Resident Evil 6 is, hands down, the worst experience that I ever had with PS3-generation of gaming. Sure, one may say that I have RE: ORC and Aliens: Colonial Marines (AND Unearthed also) on my list but those I consider being in "so bad it's good" category and actually had fun playing. RE6 on the other hand was an incompetent take on RE5 which was an excellent co-op game for its time (and still is). Overdramatic narrative and depressing characters, incoherent storytelling, cardboard backgrounds, neutered co-op (item-sharing, combo system, loot) and a complete slog of a gameplay. And, mind you, that I played it the best way possible - with a "same page" constant partner with whom I enjoyed other co-op games quite a lot, both prior to RE6 and after. But just in case we count re-releases as well, then Devil May Cry 2 or The Revenge of Shinobi will probably take the cake.
  5. Stopped looking forward and started to sound backward. Priorities... smh.
  6. It's not even the usual apples vs oranges comparison. It's like asking to compare "The Count of Monte Cristo" vs "Winnie-the-Pooh" or "The Portrait of Dorian Gray" vs "The Jungle Book". I like everything I mentioned, btw. I prefer tLotR to HP generally speaking but I still like the Hobbit (book) better. I also have issues with almost every movie adaptation of both series (i like "the Chamber of Secrets" movie and "the Fellowship of the Ring" the most).
  7. Yet it's still the best Resident Evil game there ever was. 21 years (for the remake). It's the original that was 6 years older.
  8. Magic or Command Abilities do more damage from a linked standard attacks combo or from a buster sword stance. And if your proficiency with a sword reached its first landmark you can easily do 99999 with Magical Punch without putting much thought into your stats or equipment.
  9. Got myself another Stray! (No humans were harmed in the making of this picture)
  10. Just because it's from my favorite series. 7.41% rarity.
  11. There was also a japanese (physical) release. Just so you know.
  12. Finally got my last year pre-orders in my post!
  13. From the top of my head: Give 'Em Hell, Malone Detective Dee & the Mystery of the Phantom Flame Guns Akimbo
  14. This might be difficulty related. I don't remember exactly since last time I played was a few years ago but I think that's the case.
  15. Erm... The Lost Vikings II. I'll show myself out now. Haven't played all that many games this year and finally went down into my backlog so I don't really have much to show for it. Shoutouts to: F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch, Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, Blair Witch and Guardians of the Galaxy on how surprisingly great in certain aspects they turned out to be.