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Delpolo
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I've been playing Animal Crossing Pocket Camp ever since it had its world-wide release, and I'm still playing! As a long-time fan of the AC series it's... definitely a different type of game, but it's cute enough that I still enjoy playing it. Main thing I'm aiming towards is 100% completion (of course), which means growing 145 of every flower! I've already collected all the flower seeds though so at this point it's just patience until they're all grown, then I can trade them in for flower-themed items.

Meanwhile, after hearing a group of friends gush about and have fun with Monster Hunter World for a week at launch, I caved in and got it for the PS4! ...despite not owning one myself, thus having to play on a family member's console, and only when family isn't watching Netflix and taking the main TV. It's super fun but I feel like it might be kinda short as a MonHun game, which I guess isn't too surprising given it doesn't have G-rank [yet], and the endgame decoration grind doesn't sound too appealing... but for now I'm just working towards making weapons and armor sets that I want. Maybe eventually I'll craft every single armor piece...?
Sponty
Posts: 11064/11067
I picked up Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Dragonball FighterZ last week, so I'm alternating between those two and Bayonetta, now that it's out on Switch.

XC2 is good, but god damn every game system is about as convoluted as it gets. I was hoping for the easy mode patch to drop so I can ignore most of it and just enjoy the game, but that's been delayed to March 2nd, so for now I'm just pushing through it.
Kawaii-e
Posts: 95/106
The last few days, if I was playing even anything, it was just Voez on switch. Somehow currently not really into playing anything else. Mostly doing stuff and watching videos.
sofi
Posts: 3708/3741
Originally posted by Shadic
I never really got into the second game, but I loved the first. It's definitely primitive in a lot of ways, but eh.

I do believe there is an encyclopedia somewhere, though. The first game had one.

i’m finally getting into the rhythm of the game, but apparently i’m already about halfway done. still haven’t found an encyclopedia though??

don’t find the monsters very memorable or exciting, sadly. except like, Slimes.
eifie
Posts: 28/58
ive been playing flyff on and off a bit!! its really fun, i remember playing it in like 2006. its hardly changed :O i also picked up tera again recently but havent been playing it quiiite as much. (psst, ive got a list of all the games i play in my profile if youre curious about that)
Rambly
Posts: 1869/1892
i'm playing the original Ape Escape with my girlfriend right now

so far i'm super impressed with its core concepts, the frequently funny and clever monkey descriptions, the monkey AIs, its music, and its visuals (i love that skybox!)

i'm less impressed with some of the execution of its gameplay concepts though. i think the core controls are super neat conceptually, with the stick for item usage/face buttons switch items, but a lot of little things about it feel awkward or unintuitive (swimming, camera control)

its voice acting is terrible but it's the kind of charmingly awkward terrible i can't help but love
Sunny
Posts: 3675/3675
I've probably spent the past few months playing Resident Evil: Revelations with a friend, both 1 and 2 (Switch). Side mode's fun, great if you have a partner to get through it with. 2's, fine if you don't have one, 1 is, not quite as fine. But still alright if you're good at it (which I will not claim to be).

Most of anything left in those games amounts to roundup (the few things that have been missed here and there for 1, the way too much being asked of you for 2), though I never did get much more than a foot into the Story for either of them. Already played it in 1 on the Wii U, and, just ended up not having a pressing need for it in 2. But I'll get around to that eventually, I'm sure.
RanAS
Posts: 382/398
Yesterday I played a bit of Cosmophony and Death Road to Canada.

I got a lot further in Cosmophony than I thought I would. It's a sort-of rythm-based shooter game with only 5 levels. The game starts off relatively easy and each level is drastically more difficult than the previous one. It's not the type of game I generally like, but I wanted to try it out anyway. Level 4 will be a pain to complete, but I think that I can do it eventually. Level 5? No chance, thanks. (flashing lights warning) Also, spoilers I guess? The game has a bit of plot going on, but it's mostly irrelevant.

I got a less further in Death Road to Canada than I thought I would. I severily underestimated this game's difficulty, I'll need to experiment quite a bit to see what works best. This is a 16-bit-styled survival game where you need to gather supplies to survive the road trip to Canada. The way there is incredibly infested with zombies, and you'll need to find the best teammates to help you, the best places to explore and the best choices to make. Basically, try to stay out of trouble as much as possible. Also, stats, there's a lot of them. Also, random events!
Reimu
Posts: 9/70
I'm currently playing Zelda 1 again because of it also getting the randomizer treatment. It's quite fun when you get a good seed in your favor.
Xenesis
Posts: 2420/2451
I finished Etrian Odyssey 4 and cleared the normal game. Dunno if I want to do the postgame yet, or just let it sit for a while.
RanAS
Posts: 367/398
so I was playing Minecraft on another server and I needed to make some Gray Dye to color the glass on a building I was making, so I went ahead looking for skeletons so I could get the necessary materials, but man, they just weren't dropping anything

but then, finally, the game decided to throw me a bone
Shadic
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Originally posted by sofi
still trudging along DWM2, finally getting some interesting monsters, but still feeling pretty lost. how do i keep track of monsters? why isn’t there a monster encyclopedia of some sort? wtf is a MadGopher? how do i frigging earn money in this game?

seriously what’s the deal w/ this game? how is it this much more primitive than Pokémon Gold despite coming out 2 years later? i guess it’s cool i get to play as a girl, there’s that.

sigh, i’ll keep playing and see how i feel. maybe this is the point where it “starts to make sense,” but it’s generally pretty frustrating.


I never really got into the second game, but I loved the first. It's definitely primitive in a lot of ways, but eh.

I do believe there is an encyclopedia somewhere, though. The first game had one.
Zeether
Posts: 204/210
My friend shared his Steam account with me and I found out I can play EDF 4.1 on this laptop.

It's great because, well, it's EDF.
Rick
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Playing A Link to the Past because I'm way, way too damned hooked on that randomizer.

I actually convinced a friend of mine to start a game from scratch with me, and we're gonna play it a little over the next day or two and compare notes. It's been a long time since I've done that and I think it's actually gonna be pretty fun. :3
sofi
Posts: 3675/3741
still trudging along DWM2, finally getting some interesting monsters, but still feeling pretty lost. how do i keep track of monsters? why isn’t there a monster encyclopedia of some sort? wtf is a MadGopher? how do i frigging earn money in this game?

seriously what’s the deal w/ this game? how is it this much more primitive than Pokémon Gold despite coming out 2 years later? i guess it’s cool i get to play as a girl, there’s that.

sigh, i’ll keep playing and see how i feel. maybe this is the point where it “starts to make sense,” but it’s generally pretty frustrating.
Xkeeper
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Originally posted by Rambly
i'm done with mario odyssey. a wonderful game; i loved it and i think it's my favorite 3D mario. right now i am finally, finally playing the legend of zelda: breath of the wreath.

the legend of zelda: boople of the woople seems like it's a far different experience to what i'm used to. the legend of zelda: boink of the woink wears its influences on its sleeve more openly than many other Zelda games. the Skyrim and Minecraft influences are apparent in the legend of zelda: blargh of the wargh. i'm not 100% sure how i feel about the legend of zelda: beavis of the weavis yet, or if its massive changes are good or bad or what. there are some things which i think are pretty janky physically, tho, in the legend of zelda: bug of the wug. i've also frankly had more fun just wandering around doing random stuff in the legend of zelda: bapple of the apple than i have with its main quest. i think, ultimately, i will come to like the legend of zelda: beeb of the weeb, but i definitely need more time with it and it's definitely not clicking with me as immediately as the legend of zelda: skoopward swoop.

this is a fucking terrible post even by my pathetically low standards and i will be enraged with myself if i end up clicking the submit button

edit: i'm fucking pissed w/ myself rn

i'm quoting this so you can't delete it because god damn
Shadic
Posts: 6862/6880
I actually dug deep through my Steam archive and played Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons recently. I'm probably halfway through it or so, but it's been interesting enough. The gimmick has been able to keep up my interest so far, but we'll see how much further it goes.
Rambly
Posts: 1800/1892
i'm done with mario odyssey. a wonderful game; i loved it and i think it's my favorite 3D mario. right now i am finally, finally playing the legend of zelda: breath of the wreath.

the legend of zelda: boople of the woople seems like it's a far different experience to what i'm used to. the legend of zelda: boink of the woink wears its influences on its sleeve more openly than many other Zelda games. the Skyrim and Minecraft influences are apparent in the legend of zelda: blargh of the wargh. i'm not 100% sure how i feel about the legend of zelda: beavis of the weavis yet, or if its massive changes are good or bad or what. there are some things which i think are pretty janky physically, tho, in the legend of zelda: bug of the wug. i've also frankly had more fun just wandering around doing random stuff in the legend of zelda: bapple of the apple than i have with its main quest. i think, ultimately, i will come to like the legend of zelda: beeb of the weeb, but i definitely need more time with it and it's definitely not clicking with me as immediately as the legend of zelda: skoopward swoop.

this is a fucking terrible post even by my pathetically low standards and i will be enraged with myself if i end up clicking the submit button

edit: i'm fucking pissed w/ myself rn
Dorito
Posts: 3002/3008
so i guess i'm playing monster hunter world on ps4 now since i'm too impatient to wait until this fall to play with some friends on PC

600 hours of lancing in tri/3U and i think i'm finally ready for more 4 years later
Q
Posts: 2809/2833
I've been playing the original Diablo. I've been spoiled by the modern Diablo clones that I've played in the past, but after spending some time getting used to how it plays, it's been pretty fun.

Although the other games (Torchlight, etc.) may have various conveniences I take for granted and more in-depth gameplay, I've grown to appreciate the old-fashioned simplicity of the original. Also, the dark/hellish atmosphere unique to the series is interesting and something I'm starting to like as well.
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