Edunstar84

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  1. Update #1 - January Finished Tales of Arise this month and will work on Chaos on Deponia next. I will also be working on some easy plats before Hogwarts Legacy drops in April. I still can't believe I have to wait 3 more months. Current Stats: Games Played: 160 Completed Games: 116 Completion: 77.73% Unearned Trophies: 1,471 Starting Stats: Games Played: 160 Completed Games: 115 Completion: 77.54% Unearned Trophies: 1,483
  2. Platinum #113 Arisen A testament to the knowledge gained from both worlds after many adventures and even more battles. Time: 91 hours So, last year I experienced massive game burnout...is what I would love to say, but I was actually on my PC playing Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds - the newest mobile mmo (don't play it! it's not as polished as Genshin). After playing that game every day for about 7 months all I can say is, in the end, that it didn't spark joy. It's also been 2 full months since I've played it, and I don't really miss it. With that said, I wanted to take a nice good break from gaming in preparation for Hogwarts Legacy. Only to find out that the PS4 version releases in April. OUCH!! That actually hurt. I would've gotten the PS5 by now if it weren't for the lack of systems, and it (still) being quite expensive. You can't roll up to a store and buy one anyway. Enter Tales of Arise! I weep and hang my head in shame for I, Edunstar84, could've easily finished this game ages ago. Where do I begin? To be honest, I've forgotten most of the story, but this is a JRPG. 2 warring nations/countries/worlds blah, blah, blah, and a group of strangers come together to save the day blah blah blah (pun intended). Anywho, the battle system was fluid and easy to jump right back into, which might mean that it was boring. I don't know really. I was really happy it wasn't complex because, oy boy, finishing and platting a game that you've taken a break from is difficult to do, especially when all you have left is endgame bosses. But what makes a great Tales of game? The art style is beautiful. I love me some watercolor. The skits were funny; not as funny as Tales of Hearts R or Graces f though. The characters themselves were ok. I liked Berseria's better (Hearts and Graces also). It definitely has the best world! Other than that, like I said, a typical Tales of game. So yeah, I know this isn't your typical review, but honestly, it's quite possibly the first time in a while since I've written this much in English. It's sobering.
  3. I'm back, baby!!!! Arisen A testament to the knowledge gained from both worlds after many adventures and even more battles. Time: 91 hours So, last year I experienced massive game burnout...is what I would love to say, but I was actually on my PC playing Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds - the newest mobile mmo (don't play it! it's not as polished as Genshin). After playing that game every day for about 7 months all I can say is, in the end, that it didn't spark joy. It's also been 2 full months since I've played it, and I don't really miss it. With that said, I wanted to take a nice good break from gaming in preparation for Hogwarts Legacy. Only to find out that the PS4 version releases in April. OUCH!! That actually hurt. I would've gotten the PS5 by now if it weren't for the lack of systems, and it (still) being quite expensive. You can't roll up to a store and buy one anyway. Enter Tales of Arise! I weep and hang my head in shame for I, Edunstar84, could've easily finished this game ages ago. Where do I begin? To be honest, I've forgotten most of the story, but this is a JRPG. 2 warring nations/countries/worlds blah, blah, blah, and a group of strangers come together to save the day blah blah blah (pun intended). Anywho, the battle system was fluid and easy to jump right back into, which might mean that it was boring. I don't know really. I was really happy it wasn't complex because, oy boy, finishing and platting a game that you've taken a break from is difficult to do, especially when all you have left is endgame bosses. But what makes a great Tales of game? The art style is beautiful. I love me some watercolor. The skits were funny; not as funny as Tales of Hearts R or Graces f though. The characters themselves were ok. I liked Berseria's better (Hearts and Graces also). It definitely has the best world! Other than that, like I said, a typical Tales of game. So yeah, I know this isn't your typical review, but honestly, it's quite possibly the first time in a while since I've written this much in English. It's sobering.
  4. I feel like I've missed out on a crap ton of new games that came in 2022 and will come this year. Will have to put some titles on my wishlist.

  5. Where can I find the counterattack ability? Been searching the Internet, and no one gives any advice on where to grind. EDIT: So it is rng, but I found that it would turn up more at the Underground Waterway in Cyslodia. You get Enduro Ore and Chrys. Mass.
  6. Will probably wait for Sunbreak to come out, but I'm torn between Insect Glaive and Switch Axe. I used Bow exclusively in World. Still want to get Iceborne as well, but trying to find a physical copy.
  7. Tales of Arise Godly Angler Catch every type of fish and show the Fishing Notes to the Fishing Expert Not really difficult. It takes a while to find all the lures for the various fish. Just a handful of trophies left and then the plat.
  8. YOOO!!! Bought some new games from the January sale. Kitaria Fables Chained Echoes Cat Quest 2
  9. Going back to Tales of Arise for the plat. Not gonna be easy 'cause it's end game AND I haven't played it in 7 months. 

    1. Chirithy

      Chirithy

      Since my internet is also a *** in my new home even I got the best from my provider; I also decide to play it from the scratch; from more than a half year without gaming. Have good look with the platinum trophy fellow pal!

    2. sephirothdude

      sephirothdude

      I'm nearly at end game, I can see already its gonna be a slog 😭

    3. Edunstar84

      Edunstar84

      @Chirithy - I'm too long gone to start over, but I hope you get the plat soon.

      @sephirothdude - hey! it's been soo long! Great that you still game, just getting back to it myself. The game's not too bad, at least it's pretty easy. Good luck finishing the story :D

  10. Star Ocean: The Last Hope International. Completely doable, but I just don't have the time anymore. Who knows though? In another 30 years time, when I hit retirement I might be able to get it.
  11. Is it too late to sign up? I've been absent for most of the year trying to figure life out....just kidding I've been playing Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds and got burnt out. Would like to complete some games this year, even if it's only a handful. I'll go from a 77.54% to a cool 80% this year. Nothing too big.
  12. Happy New Year, everyone! Haven't played a console game in ages. The Harry Potter game comes out next month, and I'll be here for that! Happy Gaming :D 

    1. JadedDragos

      JadedDragos

      Happy New Year!!

  13. It's been a while!

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    2. sephirothdude

      sephirothdude

      Watcha playing these days ?

    3. Edunstar84

      Edunstar84

      Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds on PC. I'm getting burned out, so I won't be there for much longer. Coming back to PS4 with Harry Potter next year though. Forspoken looks great as well. How you doin?

    4. sephirothdude

      sephirothdude

      Not bad thanks, is ni no kuni game an mmo?

  14. Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds