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#12528904 Jul 09, 2016 at 08:05 AM
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Playing through Tales of Symphonia 2 Dawn of The New World for a 2nd time. I think it's an underrated title,very funny and charming and I like how it has romance.It's colorful and has a fun battle system.


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#12548146 Jul 16, 2016 at 07:06 AM
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In light of recent events, I've been replaying Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen in my PS3. I gave too much time on it back in the day. This time I kinda felt really nostalgic, now I'm wanting to play games somehow similar like those, maybe Bloodborne or Dark Souls. Dragon's Dogma is pretty easy when you master it after all, and I'm looking for something more challenging to make my palms sweat more. Although Dark Arisen is kinda tough too, but it's still not a challenge.
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#12548987 Jul 16, 2016 at 02:31 PM
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#12548146 Kierwiny wrote:

In light of recent events, I've been replaying Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen in my PS3. I gave too much time on it back in the day. This time I kinda felt really nostalgic, now I'm wanting to play games somehow similar like those, maybe Bloodborne or Dark Souls. Dragon's Dogma is pretty easy when you master it after all, and I'm looking for something more challenging to make my palms sweat more. Although Dark Arisen is kinda tough too, but it's still not a challenge.



Loved Dragon's Dogma...didn't play it until it had already been out for a while (couple years, I think) and it had its problems but I found myself obsessed with it...I hope they make another one...I think with a few tweaks and improvements it could become a really great franchise...
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#12591978 Aug 02, 2016 at 08:53 AM
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Been playing The Darkness 2. Beaten it twice,and beaten it's Vendetta campaign,and I will do some of it's Hits now. It's one of the best FPS games I've played. I usually don't like FPS games,but I really enjoyed TD2 because it's story is quite good,and it actually has a love story(yes a love story in a FPS),and it's combat mechanics are a lot of fun.Besides shooting,you can tear enemies apart or throw objects at them to kill them.


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#12593456 Aug 02, 2016 at 06:56 PM
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#12591978 TidusandYuna1983 wrote:

....Besides shooting, you can tear enemies apart or throw objects at them to kill them.

That reminds me of the FO4 video showing a guy shooting a teddy bear out of the Junk Jet gun and killing a bad guy. 😇

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#12597552 Aug 04, 2016 at 10:52 AM
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Now I'm playing the original Crysis on PS3.I played it years ago on PC but couldn't stay interested in it because of it's keyboard and mouse controls.But it feels a lot more fun to play on PS3,because using a controller makes it feel easier to explore the island and jump up onto higher areas etc.The natural beauty of the island that's influenced by the Philippines still looks beautiful despite being on a dated console.


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#12597630 Aug 04, 2016 at 11:21 AM
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#12597552 TidusandYuna1983 wrote:

Now I'm playing the original Crysis on PS3.I played it years ago on PC but couldn't stay interested in it because of it's keyboard and mouse controls.But it feels a lot more fun to play on PS3,because using a controller makes it feel easier to explore the island and jump up onto higher areas etc.The natural beauty of the island that's influenced by the Philippines still looks beautiful despite being on a dated console.



I never tried Crysis on the PC since at the time my computer couldn't run it, I picked it up on the x360 when it came to the console and it did look really good and was a lot of fun to play. I thought the story was good too and the game was a bit longer than I expected probably because exploring was more fun than I thought it would be. I played the second and third games but i didn't think they where as good, they added some interesting things like the bow but just didn't hold up to the original in my opinion.


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#12622591 Aug 14, 2016 at 06:11 AM
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Now I'm playing Lego Jurassic World.It's got a nice artstyle/ presentation,but I'm not sure whether I like it's style of gameplay or not.The game is charming though and like most people I like dinosaurs :)


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#12622596 Aug 14, 2016 at 06:15 AM
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#12597630 DamodarThade wrote:

#12597552 TidusandYuna1983 wrote:

Now I'm playing the original Crysis on PS3.I played it years ago on PC but couldn't stay interested in it because of it's keyboard and mouse controls.But it feels a lot more fun to play on PS3,because using a controller makes it feel easier to explore the island and jump up onto higher areas etc.The natural beauty of the island that's influenced by the Philippines still looks beautiful despite being on a dated console.



I never tried Crysis on the PC since at the time my computer couldn't run it, I picked it up on the x360 when it came to the console and it did look really good and was a lot of fun to play. I thought the story was good too and the game was a bit longer than I expected probably because exploring was more fun than I thought it would be. I played the second and third games but i didn't think they where as good, they added some interesting things like the bow but just didn't hold up to the original in my opinion.


I like how Crysis changes it's focus from fighting the North Koreans to fighting the aliens.It was fun fighting the North Koreans but then when the aliens start attacking and did lots of aerial attacks and froze the environment around them was quite epic.


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#12639041 Aug 20, 2016 at 01:54 AM
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Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters. I thought I would give this game a try because I watched one of the Green Lantern animations years ago and kinda enjoyed it.Plus the game was dirt cheap :P


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#12736037 Sep 25, 2016 at 09:54 AM
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Playing Overwatch! I like how this game mixes MOBA and FPS. Both of Which I seem to love a lot. but it is more MOBA Feeling than FPS. although my time in Halo Multiplayer made me say this There's still Comeback even if my team mostly sucks. Just like MOBA games. Comebacks are kinda common feat. that's what I like about it. although unlike other MOBA games Overwatch features different methods to play, besides having many different Heroes to choose from. The Game can be played by a single Hero. Like in a team All Bastion. that's really troubling, believe me.
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#12804367 Oct 24, 2016 at 07:31 AM
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Right now I'm playing White Album 2. Recently I've played 3 of the Grisaia visual novels for Vita(I can't remember their names because they're full names are in Japanese,but I platinumed the 3 of them)and I'm waiting for another Grisaia game to arrive in the post.I've played Life is Strange in the past few days and like it's meaningful story.I'm also waiting for another Visual Novel named Disorder 6 to arrive in the mail.


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#12819729 Oct 31, 2016 at 09:29 AM
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Played through Life is Strange.A very clever story with characters I cared about.Kinda similar to the Butterfly Effect,but with it's own intriguing mysteries.Dontnod did a good job with the story.French developers have made some of the most captivating/creative stories I've experienced(Heavy Rain,Beyond,Assassin's Creed 2).


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#12826209 Nov 02, 2016 at 10:46 PM
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I'm currently having The Witcher marathon. from The Witcher 1 to 3 (and it's DLCs)
Now I'm really into it. It took weeks to complete The Witcher 1 to 2, now in 3 and I'm currently engrossed into it's huge world! The Witcher Contracts are really great too not like the past 2 games it's saying I should kill a certain number of monster. this time I'm really feeling like a Witcher who investigates and seeing how the situation really is.
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#12826582 Nov 03, 2016 at 05:07 AM · Edited over 1 year ago
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#12826209 Kierwiny wrote:

I'm currently having The Witcher marathon. from The Witcher 1 to 3 (and it's DLCs)
Now I'm really into it. It took weeks to complete The Witcher 1 to 2, now in 3 and I'm currently engrossed into it's huge world! The Witcher Contracts are really great too not like the past 2 games it's saying I should kill a certain number of monster. this time I'm really feeling like a Witcher who investigates and seeing how the situation really is.



The third game really did improve things when it came to contracts/sidequest writing and loved the investigative methods they put in also, if your enjoying the games you are in for a treat with Blood and Wine expansion it's main story is even better in my opinion 👍


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#12896201 Dec 03, 2016 at 07:23 PM · Edited over 1 year ago
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Ok last night was a little off, I couldn't post but anyway, I'll post. and seeing my last post here was more or less a month ago when I started the Witcher series now I just finished it from 1 to 3 and it's DLCs. I must say Blood and Wine have a really really happy ending. almost like it's not a Witcher game. but I'm happy with it regardless. Listening to Miracle of Sound's Song titled The Path, for Geralt's retirement fits it perfectly

Hearts of Stone, Iris is too Moe and so cute, I find her cute for some reason.
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#12896537 Dec 04, 2016 at 03:23 AM
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#12896201 Kierwiny wrote:

Ok last night was a little off, I couldn't post but anyway, I'll post. and seeing my last post here was more or less a month ago when I started the Witcher series now I just finished it from 1 to 3 and it's DLCs. I must say Blood and Wine have a really really happy ending. almost like it's not a Witcher game. but I'm happy with it regardless. Listening to Miracle of Sound's Song titled The Path, for Geralt's retirement fits it perfectly

Hearts of Stone, Iris is too Moe and so cute, I find her cute for some reason.


Congratulations! It's no small feat beating W3.
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#12896600 Dec 04, 2016 at 04:24 AM · Edited over 1 year ago
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#12896201 Kierwiny wrote:

Ok last night was a little off, I couldn't post but anyway, I'll post. and seeing my last post here was more or less a month ago when I started the Witcher series now I just finished it from 1 to 3 and it's DLCs. I must say Blood and Wine have a really really happy ending. almost like it's not a Witcher game. but I'm happy with it regardless. Listening to Miracle of Sound's Song titled The Path, for Geralt's retirement fits it perfectly

Hearts of Stone, Iris is too Moe and so cute, I find her cute for some reason.


She is, that was a very sad ques and her husband was a tool to put it lightly. Congratulations on finishing the games, I was worried you might not have been able to get such a happy ending in Blood and Wine but glad we could but even so it wasn't so which ever way it went some folk ended up unhappy and or dead 😕


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#12897924 Dec 04, 2016 at 08:48 PM · Edited over 1 year ago
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It took longer than I expected, I was hoping I'll finish it in two weeks for the whole Semestral Break so I could finish it before school starts again. unfortunately it didn't worked out that way.
The Witcher 3 is a Masterpiece. that one is for sure. still I'm not complaining it ended happily. I love Happily Ever After endings anyway. My Brother only the one said that it's too happy for Witcher. I guess he's expecting Game of Throney ending where someone special about to die spectacularly and unforgettably.
Some folk ended up dead. I wish I could've saved 'em.
EDIT: Hearts of Stone, Iris's and Vlodimir's part is one of the best of the DLC. of course the other Best part is the Ending. Vlodimir was fun to watch Iris's has a very emotional section of the DLC also Cuteness ^_^ . Still,
Olgierd is the right one to save, he's a scumbag I know. but Gaunter is a scumbag with a superpower that's much worse
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#12897930 Dec 04, 2016 at 08:56 PM
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The Witcher 3 should be looked to by all RPG devs. It's like FF7 changed JRPGs in 97. Both true works of art.
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