thepeaguy83

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    Bristol, England, UK
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    Gaming, music, reading, walking, exercise, pub, cinema, plat hunting. I'm a boring fuck really. Not so much if you're a twat. :P

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  1. Those were the days, haha.


  2. This game introduced me to the Contra genre of shmups as a child in the 1980s. I couldn't complete it, hahaha.

    1. Silver-I-Chariot

      Silver-I-Chariot

      Nice nipples. 80s really didn't give a damn about nudity huh. 

    2. thepeaguy83

      thepeaguy83

      @Silver-I-Chariot The Spanish developers didn't care, haha.

  3. What do "Tales of" fans think of Tales of Arise? I'm just playing it.

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    2. Xylobe

      Xylobe

      I enjoyed it quite a bit. The presentation is great all around, and it clearly has the highest production value the series has ever seen. Combat was very good as well, Alphen being the first of the series' aerial-focused characters that I managed to find success with (I didn't get on well with Emil in Dawn of the New World). The story and cast are both hit-or-miss, generally more hits than misses, but much like Vesperia everything just sort of veers off a cliff in the third act.

       

      For context my top 3 are Xillia 2, Graces f, and Symphonia, and I'd say overall Arise falls just short of those for a respectable fourth.

    3. Infected Elite

      Infected Elite

      one of the better ones.. way better than Symphonia and Vespera, Zestiria.

       

      top 3

      Xillia 1

      Berseria

      Arise

       

      only thing i hated is Alphen being a glass cannon.

    4. Zassy

      Zassy

      Decent entry. Fun for a while. Not outstanding in the end. Strongest fidelity yet, and I do like the environments a lot. Nice, flowing combat, if a tad...unvaried. The skits lost character shifting from 2D to 3D, but more so the script's fairly horrible overall - a few bright spots (Lord 3 in particular) couldn't scrub away the awfulness of the villains and side NPCs. Dohalim and Rinwell became my runaway faves from the playables. Not too hot on Shionne or Alphen.

       

      For context, my top 3:

      Berseria
      Abyss
      Xillia 1

  4. I know that a 6 year old game like Breath of the Wild may seem old to today's gaming community, but how did fans of the Zelda series find this game? I just finished it.

    I also preordered my copy of Tears of the Kingdom. I won't pay until the day release.

  5. The weapon fragility system in Breath of the Wild reminds of my experience with The Story of Thor/Beyond Oasis, an action jrpg title for the Sega Mega Drive, which I haven't played in years. Your weapons used to break after enough usage.

  6. So far, I found 90 shrines and 90+ kurok seeds in Breath of the Wild blind. Not bad for my first playthrough.

    1. KingGuy420

      KingGuy420

      I did everything in that game except the seeds. I did enough to get inventory slots then that was more than enough lol.

       

      I loved doing the armor sets though. I literally grinded every one of them up to max.

    2. thepeaguy83

      thepeaguy83

      @KingGuy420 That's really good.

      After I complete the game, I most likely will leave the remaining side quests and minigames alone. I have other games I wish to try out.

  7. I've been exploring Hyrule moreso than progressing on the main questline in Breath of the Wild. So far, it's a good game. It keeps you busy, at least.

    I'm tempted to preorder a copy of its sequel. We'll see.

    1. KingGuy420

      KingGuy420

      I think I did 1 actual dungeon, before I spent the next 50+ hours clearing shrines and collecting armor sets.

       

      I usually like to stick to the story in games but that one definitely pulled me another way lol.

  8. If you like my posts, Happy New Year.

    If you dislike my posts, Happy New Year, anyway. Lol.

    1. ihadalifeb4this

      ihadalifeb4this

      Happy New Year! 

  9. Another classic produced by Rieko Kodama. It's a shame she's gone.
  10. I want to post something more game related. I don't need to belabour my point in my previous post. I said my bit.

    I am currently playing Breath of the Wild. My sister kindly bought this game for me this Xmas. So far, it reminds me of the original LoZ, where the game doesn't hold your hand every 5 minutes. I'm liking the experience thus far.

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    2. thepeaguy83

      thepeaguy83

      @MidnightDragon It's brilliant thus far.

      I also gave an old NES game "Crystalis" a go. I need to finish that one, as well.

      Shall I purchase the oldest DQ games sometime next year?

    3. MidnightDragon

      MidnightDragon

      You should. III is one of the best games in the series. Hoping that we hear about the remake soon.

    4. thepeaguy83

      thepeaguy83

      @MidnightDragon Are there any current Switch discounts at all?

  11. So the media still claim Andrew Tate assaulted his older ex girlfriend when she already confirmed it was foreplay. Why then should I believe the rags over this alleged arrest for human trafficking when it just happened after the Thunberg roast video? Also, he was arrested for petty shit in England from years ago.

    I know that various people online dislike the brothers (fine), but there are women out there who are attracted to powerful and charismatic men like them. Does that make them nefarious people? Not really. Despite their transparency, they had numerous shag buddies and girlfriends so far in their lives.

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    2. Abby_TheLastofUs

      Abby_TheLastofUs

      @Dry Tate became a target of the media because he's low hanging fruit. He courted controversy to go viral and he's said so much toxic shit that it's easy for anyone to come out looking like a better person for dunking on his misogynist ass.

       

      He's got no one to blame but himself. 

       

      And what exactly are we supposed to question? Are you saying he staged his arrest? 

    3. Dry

      Dry

      @Darling Baphomet Alright then.

       

      @Abby_TheLastofUs Not this, no. Plus I don’t have any evidence to prove it.

       

      I can’t say I observe the whole A.T. shebang, honestly. I just dislike his critics, more specially the ones who beg for his downfall because they really don’t like him or the things he’s said and done, not because his actions or spoken beliefs are genuinely problematic. Human trafficking is real bad shit but I stand by the rule of innocence until proven guilty. As for his comments on women? If he’s being dead serious and there’s not one sign of an attempt at edgy/shock humour (in my eyes, this kind of comedy is totally fine so long as the exact same “smack a hoe” joke is done ten times in a row, only then could entertainment end up becoming true thoughts) well then yeah, screw the guy.

       

      Once again, I reserve no right to give detailed commentary on current thing because I really don’t follow it all that much. I’m only here to make the point some people are overly dependent on the knowledge they receive and as a grave consequence cannot separate fact from bullshit, engaging in or believing in something to support self-interests, not because taking action is necessary. Andrew Tate could very well be among the biggest scum of the universe factually but that’s not an excuse for all who despise him to do so without good reason. I cannot stress enough calling out all who rely on misinformation or jump to premature conclusions in order to cancel somebody, even if that somebody deserves punishment.

       

      Don’t question. Don’t doubt. Only compliance.

    4. Abby_TheLastofUs

      Abby_TheLastofUs

       

       

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      I’m only here to make the point some people are overly dependent on the knowledge they receive and as a grave consequence cannot separate fact from bullshit, engaging in or believing in something to support self-interests, not because taking action is necessary. Andrew Tate could very well be among the biggest scum of the universe factually but that’s not an excuse for all who despise him to do so without good reason. I cannot stress enough calling out all who rely on misinformation or jump to premature conclusions in order to cancel somebody, even if that somebody deserves punishment.

       

      @Dry So by your admission you don't know much about what's going on with Tate but your natural inclination to assume that what's been reported on him is bullshit and that people that despite him are doing so without good reason and jumping to premature conclusions?

       

      Again, what is there to question? What is there to doubt? The only thing that sort of comes to mind is the video Peaguy mentioned, but the reporting I've read about him note that both he and the woman in the video have said it was consensual roleplaying.

  12. I finished Phantasy Star, the Sega AGES edition, without using any map guides. I sketched my own on a notepad. However, I only looked at hints online for two important items: the Hovercraft & the Crystal. I knew that the crystal was in the final tower of the game, but I was walking around in circles, so I got fed up and partially looked at a rpgclassics walkthrough.

    Being a Sega fanboy of the 80s and 90s, this is a timeless classic. Phantasy Star II is the hardest game of the original tetralogy, from my experience.

    That's my tribute to Sega's Rieko Kodama fulfilled. Merry Xmas, everyone.

  13. Falcom invented action jrpgs before Nintendo made Zelda.
     


    Zelda 2? Xanadu.

  14. Out of respect for the passing of Rieko Kodama, I'm playing the original Phantasy Star blind on the Switch.

    I'm creating my own maps. I'm not using the map system. 

    Let's begin.

  15. I wrapped up Shining in the Darkness fpr the second time. I had fun.

    It's a shame that first-person rpgs are scarce.