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  1. That's great! 20-40 hours is kind of a sweet spot for me. There've been so many amazing games in the 100+ hour Platinum range in this console generation, and, while usually worth the investment in time, they always feel like such a huge commitment. I'm excited to get my hands on this now.
  2. I really enjoyed the movie a lot too! One thing I really have to give credit for is the really high quality of the ACTING in that movie. You really don't usually walk into horror movies and get that kind of performance.
  3. I'm a huge fan of your Youtube channel - it's simply the best of its kind!
    Thanks for being at the service of Trophy Hunters around the world. I appreciate the work you've put in this!

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      🤗 Thanks bro 🏆👍

  4. I'm struggling with this something awful. Anyone have good tips on this? Ways to force this?
  5. Yeah I can see how that would be problematic online. How is it supposed to be read, ideally? Fuhbuhduhbuh?
  6. Man, how about people who want the free game, take the free game, and allow yourself to be happy about it if it's to your liking. I don't get the whole "But guys! Sony is giving you a bad game and expects praise because nyaaaaah" thing. Yes, you're right, this doesn't excuse any of the other dealings of the company. But those are only tangentially relevant to the topic at hand. They could also just have closed the server and not given out the game. Given the server closure, this is the best of the two possible things that could have happened. And also, just to play devil's advocate here, remember that attacks to people's character doesn't make a good argument either! "Your opinion is unpopular and tells me you're entitled" is a character attack. It's kind of unnecessary and unfriendly.
  7. Lately, the Order 1886 has been in many sales where it's been priced at something like 3.49$, and I'm Canadian. So that's what, 0.04$ USD? It's a steal at that price, but if it were a Plus game I wouldn't be too delighted by my savings.
  8. Lmao because he's a BIG BOI who's busy spending that time telling people he's busy! ...Also, I don't much care for mobile game studios - ie, Machine Zone, etc.
  9. Oh no, that would be absolutely awful. But remember: just because it could be worst doesn't mean it's good. Far from it. To answer your question, here's how it's more annoying: Typical RPG sidequest: Talk to questgiver -> Accomplish Quest -> Return to Questgiver (Done) Huntboard: Check Huntboard -> Talk to questgiver -> Accomplish Hunt -> Return to Questgiver The extra step doesn't contribute to the fun of the quest/game. Moreover, the huntboard is not in locations you're going to cross any way. The Witcher 3, for instance, has an excellent example of a questboard done right. You'll pass through town, pick up a few insights from it, and keep going. This is a prime example of modern game design: less padding, more time doing what the player enjoys. And I really don't think anyone strongly enjoys that extra bit of running from point A to the same point B. Of course, I concede that I'm comparing a more than decade old game to a fairly recent one, but the point I'm trying to make is not that FFXII is bad. It's that some elements did not age gracefully at all.
  10. I actually want to agree with you, to some extent. I can see why the game might have been great some ten years ago, but there are simply some things that don't stand any more design-wise. For instance, having the player run to the hunt board, find the contractor, run to the site of the hunt and back to the contractor before going back to the hunt board to get another hunt is just a waste of time. I can't imagine having to do it without 2x or 4x speed. Nowadays, developers understandably want to cut out parts of the game that aren't fun, like that. And while I'm all on board for a Final Fantasy without anime-romance and broody anti-heroes, I also thought some characters were poorly developed, or could have used more fleshing out. There were good moments here and there, but they were altogether scarce. When the game asked me to care about one of the random judges I had seen for a total of 2 minutes, I really couldn't connect. And not for lack of trying. Nonetheless, the game did something good for the genre, helping phase out of the traditional turn-based combat in favor of more modern formula that would go on to inspire FFXV (for better or for worse.) Not to say the old stuff wasn't good, though. Altogether a 7/10? B-?
  11. Just back away when there are several enemies. They will form a nice line. Then, you can do the dash attack, hit all of them at once, and make them fall on the ground. Rinse, repeat. It's surprisingly easy to cheese large groups of enemies this way.
  12. I need a hand! My world happens to have its Stronghold all messed up, so I can't quite do the "The End (.)(?)" trophies! If anyone would care to invite me in so I could just pass through their End portal and out, I'd be super grateful! PSN: Deadborne
  13. What a cool gift! Hold on to her, she's a keeper!
  14. As per the developers' own words, the Capital Cashino glitch can't be fixed retroactively, meaning whoever had that glitch (and the Sssmashing trophy glitch too) have to restart to get the trophies. I feel massively let down.
  15. I think Jamie will be alright! He's very likely to be held prisoner by Daenerys and have a reunion with Tyrion. Now that he knows Tyrion is not guilty of killing Joffrey, some tension might be shed between them. Though there's still the issue of him having killed Tywin! Add Bronn to the two and we'll have a very big reunion indeed. That being said, I'll say there's a chance Bronn didn't survive that plunge without a debilitating injury or something. I wouldn't be surprised to learn he got his legs burnt off or something similar. Game of Thrones rarely gives us a 100% happy outcome when several characters' lives are on the line at once. Last I recall two characters' fates were uncertain at the end of an episode, Grey Worm lived and Barristan Selmy died. I'd say Bronn's more likely wounded than dead though. That was a really cool video, HaSoOoN-MHD! Really puts things into perspective! I'd say Cersei torching innocents might have had a deeper impact on Jamie's psyche that he lets on too though, and perhaps the upcoming reunion will set him on the beginning of a path against her as well.