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About acasto

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  1. Just got Persona 5 Royal today an Im really digging it so far! However, I was wondering of there are any missable trophies? I heard the game was extremely long but at the same time I want to go in as blind as possible so Im avoiding checking trophy guides and such.

  2. Thanks that helps a ton!
  3. Just curious, for the bosses like Dark Inferno and the Limit Cut bosses, is it possible to fight them once, get their reward item then rematch them for a chance at a better score or is your first run all that counts?
  4. Double XP weekend on Fallout 76! Gonna try to hit at least level 70 before it's over.

  5. Well... Just realized I already missed out on the Fallout 76 plat. There's a trophy for reaching level 10, but I'm already almost at 11 and no trophy ever popped. Pretty sure the only way to go back and get it is to restart the game and I'm not about to do that. I also hear there a lot more buggy trophies in it. Might save myself the headache and just avoid grinding this one out. It's fun when I play with my friends but it definitely falls short of the other games in the series big time.

    1. Cleggworth

      Cleggworth

      At least it's level 10. It'll only take a few hours. There were plenty of horror stories of level 100 not popping!

  6. Ugh. So mad right now. Just started Fallout 76 and spent an hour modeling my character after Anakin. I got a Pipboy but then stuff came up and I had to sign off. Apparently there is no manual save but I read that signing out through the menu would keep your progress. Loaded up the game later and, even though it still has my character card, it plopped me right back into character creation. If there's any way to recover the character please let me know, though I doubt there is...

  7. Plat No. 45 - Megadimension Neptunia VII

    This was the first game in the Neptunia series I had picked up. After playing for a while, I realized I was missing a bunch of crucial story so I went back and played through the original three on PS3. After all that, I finally came back to VII to finish what I started. Man was this a good one. I loved how the game was split up into three parts but it all came together in the end. Also Uzume is an awesome character. Now that I've finished the four main entries, I'll probably go back and do some of the side games.

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    2. ihadalifeb4this
    3. mecharobot

      mecharobot

      Nice. Been slowly working through the main games too. It's fun except seems I always need to grind when there's a boss to be able to even connect a hit.

    4. MaximumOverdrive

      MaximumOverdrive

      Well done! 💯

  8. Plat No. 44 - Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

    Finally rounded off the last of the Danganronpa trophylists. This is probably one of my favorite entries in the series. The writing for all of them are great but this one manages to hit all the right beats. At first, I found the ending to be dissatisfying, but after giving it some time then playing through the whole thing again, it really has grown on me. This series has some of the best writing and character development I've seen and I love all of it (even Ultra Despair Girls). While I hope that eventually something else will come out of this series, I don't think it would be too bad to end it here. Love these games and they will stick with me for years to come.

  9. Plat No. 43 - Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

    Final Fantasy XII was one of the only two main numbered I never finished back when I first got it (excluding XI and XIV). I suppose I was too young to care about the more politically focused story and I struggled with the difficulty because I never used the Gambits well. Now, about a decade later, I finally saw it through to completion in the Zodiac Age. While not my absolute favorite in the series, it definitely ranks pretty high on my list. Now all that remains is FFVIII which I never finished due to the final battle being absolutely HEINOUS.

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    2. DamagingRob

      DamagingRob

      Nice work! VIII was one I never beat, back in the day. I knocked both it and IX out on the PS3, though. Using walkthroughs, of course. :ninja:

    3. MaximumOverdrive

      MaximumOverdrive

      Well done! 💯 

    4. ShonenCat

      ShonenCat

      Congratz! :yay:

  10. Rewatching the Resident Evil movies. I hope I'm not the only one who prefers the films to the games. Also saw Big Fish and Begonia last night. It was very interesting. I could see it being an actual Chinese legend.
  11. Review - Song of Memories

    Just finished my first playthrough, going down Kanon's Route (technically it was my second playthough because I took the neutral route first but the game ends very prematurely that way). I'm not overly familiar with Visual Novel games as the only ones I've played are the Danganronpa games, Doki Doki Literature Club, and a short one about a demon girl in a circle that I can't remember the name of. At first, the way the character stills were animated was very jarring, but I got used to it pretty quick. The story is really great, being one of those cutesy love stories, but as the game description will tell you, bad things are happening in the background. I really like that the choices you make during the game greatly influence how the story plays out. Sometimes one choice will completely flip the script, changing everything that happens. I love how much weight it puts into those choices. But not to worry if you want to change your choices. There's a Chart that details the events that have happened and even gives subtle hints toward pursuing certain routes. You can jump back to any point you already passed at any time. I enjoyed the characters and the music is really good. The musical battles were interesting but weren't incredibly in depth, occasionally becoming a bit tedious in later fights. You can choose to skip them altogether, though you will miss out on some of the dialogue and some great songs. Aside from that, there were only a few problems I had with the game. One: it was a bit too fanservicey in places. Then there were a few typos, though it may have just been a glitch from the PC port because sometimes playing through a scene again would fix the typo. However, one time the audio clearly said one name when the text showed another, and the name Mika gets switched to Maki halfway through (not sure if that was intentional as a nickname or a typo as well). But these gripes don't detract from the experience to me. I'm interested in seeing what the other routes and choices have in store. The way Kanon's story played out makes me think that the other routes probably have vastly different stories. I've still got a lot of ground to cover if I want to experience everything. Oh, and btw, the trophy images line up to make a picture. That was literally what initially drew me to this game lol.

    1. acasto

      acasto

      If you read through this entire text wall, thanks. I just thought this game was awesome and wanted to gush about it. I always love a good story that pushes me to the verge of tears and this one had me tearing up more than once.

  12. Started the new Critical Mode in KH3. Dying a lot already, but enjoying myself immensely. The ability to turn off situation commands is really cool as well. Really helps make the game feel like one of the older games.

  13. Went to MTAC on Friday and bought a mystery bag of Japanese video games. Not the best idea I've ever had. Wound up with a bunch of games I either didn't want to play, or games I want to play but didn't have a system for. So I want to sell them but have no idea what to price them.

    Here's what I got:

     

    デニス (Tennis) on Famicom

    シャイニング スコーピオン (Shining Scorpion) on Super Famicom

    熱血高校サーカー部 (Nekketsu Highschool Soccer Club) on Gamboy

    怪人ゾナー (Phantom Zone) on Gameboy Color

    Virtual On: Cyber Troopers on Sega Saturn

    ハイパー オリンピック イン ナガノ (Hyper Olympics in Nagano) on PlayStation

    Phantasy Star Portable on PSP

    God Eater on PSP

    Tales of Vesperia on XBox 360

     

    Take note that they are all the Japanese versions. Any help would be great pricinv these.

  14. Plat No. 41 - Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon

    That makes the entire Reignited Trilogy 100% complete. Even got all the Skill Points for completion's sake. Out of the original three, the third was the only one that I never got 100% back on the PS1. I encountered a glitch that prevented me from getting an egg after the race in the second world. So I'm glad to have been able to amend that.

  15. Plat No. 40 - Final Fantasy X HD Remaster

    When I realized another trophy milestone was coming up, I thought to myself, "Hmm, I really want to get a good 40th platinum. I want to go for a plat I wanted to achieve for a long time." So I went for Final Fantasy X. It took a lot longer to get this than I anticipated. I actually went for the plat once in 2014 on my PS3. However, during a mishap where my profile on the system got deleted, I lost all the save files on the PS3. I was about halfway through the Sphere Grid with three characters. Seeing as all that time was lost, I wasn't very anxious to give it another shot. Since it had been a few years and because I love FFX so much, I restarted... but the disc started failing on me... So I got the PS4 version, transferred the data, and spent about a month and a half grinding out the damn Sphere Grid. With it all behind me, I now have a very nice shiny new platinum. One that I've been wanting a long time.