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7 minutes ago, Yasawas said:

“Player one is having a baaad day.”

 

I had a great DotEmu port of Turf Masters for my Android phone but it doesn’t seem to be on iOS for some reason. Was it incompatible with an update maybe? Boo. 


I have it. It still works with iOS 13, but isn’t available to purchase anymore, and it hasn’t been updated for three years either.

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Spent some more time with gals fighters.

It's really enjoyable and the art in the manual is fab.

 

Code mystics are pretty good at what they do.

I only would of preferred m2 for street fighter anniversary.

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4 hours ago, Stejay said:


I have it. It still works with iOS 13, but isn’t available to purchase anymore, and it hasn’t been updated for three years either.


That’s even worse! Bah. 
 

We need a new Mario Golf. It’s bizarre the Switch has been out over three years, taken over the world and yet the best two golf games on it are from the mid-90s: Turf Masters and Kirby. 

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27 minutes ago, Stoppy2000 said:

Anyone tried Urban Flow? Looks interesting in a sort of Conduct Together way...


I’ve bought it - its quite interesting as is very cleanly executed and both chill and maddening to play at the same time.

 

When you flow and get the lights right its so relaxing, then it all stacks up and goes wrong (my fault, not bad game design)

 

Urban Trials new release looks ok too from trailer

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38 minutes ago, Yasawas said:


That’s even worse! Bah. 
 

We need a new Mario Golf. It’s bizarre the Switch has been out over three years, taken over the world and yet the best two golf games on it are from the mid-90s: Turf Masters and Kirby. 

 

and the others are Golf Story and What the Golf?

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Is there anyone going cheap eshop credit at the minute? I’m looking to buy another eShop Voucher for Smash and Paper Mario. 
 

 

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Space Invaders Invincible Collection still not getting a release outside Japan? £50 is a bit steep for physical.

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Anyone played Way of the Passive Fist?

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My daughter does about a thousand skips a night on that game. She'll be ecstatic when she sees these.

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I finally finished Tokyo Mirage Sessions. 

 

think I liked it? I feel like if it didn't have the boob jiggle I'd have unashamedly loved it. But the typical anime misogyny would have been shrugged off when I was in my 20s but now it's a bit cringeworthy. But I just loved how ridiculous the concept was and I just couldn't stop grinding through it. 

 

I was glad for it to finally be over though, but then it leaves this massive hole for what story based thing to play next. I guess I should get Xenoblade Chronicles. I tried it on 3DS and just didn't get on with it. I had no fucking clue what was going on with the battle system but I imagine it just didn't translate well to the small screen.

 

But I think I am up for some action / MMO style combat* as after a while just waiting for endless sessions in TMS made the combat start to get boring, as there wasn't a whole lot of strategy in its battle system beyond "don't die, try to get big sessions" 

 

I'm also up for big huge vistas and a story that is more epic, more fantasy setting. As fun as the world of Japanese idol culture was for a little while, dialogue about "trying ones best to become a better performer thanks to the support of your friends" ad infinatum did grate a little.

 

Lockdown has given me a taste for JPRGs that has been long dormant. Earthlock had its flaws but there was something nice about it being pretty 'straight up', not complex, and not being bogged down in sidequest & cutscene hell. That much worries me a little about Xenoblade. But it looks so nice. And this much football won't be on all summer, but the pandemic will soooooo

 

I'm also tempted by, and have never played Ni No Kuni. Ahh decisions.

 

* I'm also tempted to resub WoW but I'm forbidden from falling off the wagon.

 

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28 minutes ago, cowfields said:

Lockdown has given me a taste for JPRGs that has been long dormant. Earthlock had its flaws but there was something nice about it being pretty 'straight up', not complex, and not being bogged down in sidequest & cutscene hell. That much worries me a little about Xenoblade. But it looks so nice. And this much football won't be on all summer, but the pandemic will soooooo

 

I'm also tempted by, and have never played Ni No Kuni. Ahh decisions.

 

Yeah, I'm looking at clocking in 100hrs into Dragon Quest 11. I don't think I could have done that any other console. It really helps that I can do some chores and grind through some of it handheld, and then when I get a bit of time with the telly I can trust I can do the pure fun bits. I got DQ8 on PS2 and 3DS in my wake proving this. 

 

It was my main issue with Ni No Kuni too. I got through a fair bit of that on PS3, but I really could have done with remote play working on that for Vita. So I'll probably hop onto that soon. 

 

Anyone got any recommendations along these lines? I hadn't even heard of Tokyo Mirage Sessions

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Youse should play Ys VIII. Action JRPG set on a mystical deserted island full of dinosaurs and shit. Amazing music. 

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Ah shit I've just remembered Paper Mario is out in a few weeks. I really want to play that, but getting another massive RPG now that will almost certainly not be done by the 17th seems like a not-sensible thing to do. 

 

So obviously I'm going to.

 

 

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There's a massive new trailer out for Paper Mario, has anyone posted it yet?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Sarlaccfood said:

There’s a demo for Dragon Quest 11 and Trials of Mana remake of you’re curious about either of those @cowfields

 

Thanks, I had tried them both. I was put off by both for different reasons.

 

DQ11 because it is so so archetypal that I just felt...not right now. Xenoblade obviously is going to be at its core but the SciFi setting just feels a bit more what I'm after.

 

ToM I was just put off by having to narrow my character choice down to 3, and it felt a bit too much like was saying at the start "you're gonna play this a few times through". Really wasn't interested in replay. I realise that's reactionary, but when you're looking for reasons...

 

My dilemma right now is bascially Ni No Kuni or Xenoblade, or neither and wait for Paper Mario.

 

Either way Paper Mario is getting played, and maybe I'll pretend I can run two RPGs at the same time. I doubt Paper Mario is going to be a really big time investment.

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4 minutes ago, cowfields said:

 

Thanks, I had tried them both. I was put off by both for different reasons.

 

DQ11 because it is so so archetypal that I just felt...not right now. Xenoblade obviously is going to be at its core but the SciFi setting just feels a bit more what I'm after.

 

ToM I was just put off by having to narrow my character choice down to 3, and it felt a bit too much like was saying at the start "you're gonna play this a few times through". Really wasn't interested in replay. I realise that's reactionary, but when you're looking for reasons...

 

My dilemma right now is bascially Ni No Kuni or Xenoblade, or neither and wait for Paper Mario.

 

Either way Paper Mario is getting played, and maybe I'll pretend I can run two RPGs at the same time. I doubt Paper Mario is going to be a really big time investment.


Xenoblade is really great. You can skip a lot of side quests and the battle system is fun, just might be worth checking out a beginners guide online if you’re worried about it.

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On 28/06/2020 at 11:54, Dudley said:

 

and the others are Golf Story and What the Golf?

PGA Tour 2K21 is due out on the Switch next month, although the number of courses is limited it’s basically a reskin of The Golf Club with the ability to design your own courses (and load others designed courses). 
 

 

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4 hours ago, deerokus said:

Youse should play Ys VIII. Action JRPG set on a mystical deserted island full of dinosaurs and shit. Amazing music. 

Thanks, I've put it on my watch list.

What I had heard of it from elsewhere was if you like this series, you'll like this, which isn't too helpful if you know nothing about it.

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Hey @cowfields do you fancy selling me Tokyo Mirage Sessions? :D
 

I noticed Conduct Together is on sale for 89p! Is it any good?

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23 minutes ago, AK Bell said:

Thanks, I've put it on my watch list.

What I had heard of it from elsewhere was if you like this series, you'll like this, which isn't too helpful if you know nothing about it.

That's probably partly true although the series has changed a lot over the years, it started in the 80s but those entries are pretty hard to go back to and has generally got better as it has gone on. That said they're not quite like anything else. 

 

Anyway great music, adventurous/fantastical atmosphere, snappy real time hack-and-slash combat where you switch between three party members at will. Probably closest comparison would be to the Mana series in that aspect (secret of etc), or a more combat focused Zelda (the structure isn't like Zelda). 

 

Ys VIII adds a suikoden-ish 'collect all the npcs to enhance your base' system which is new. Same protagonist in all but one of the games but the stories are self-contained. 

 

If you have a pc just about all the older entries are on there cheap at the moment. Ys Seven, Oath in Felghana it Memories of Celceta are good options, although VIII is definitely my favourite of the series that I've played. It's regularly on sale on the eshop. 

 

 

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36 minutes ago, Laine said:


 

I noticed Conduct Together is on sale for 89p! Is it any good?


It was free (actually one gold coin which was replaced on purchase) on the US eShop a few months ago. It started off OK but got way too hard and stressful for me to enjoy it.

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Conduct Together! was quite a lot of fun for me and my boy on the early levels (it's basically impossible for a single player I suspect) but yeah, it gets bloody hard. We got our 89p worth, anyway.

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44 minutes ago, Laine said:

Hey @cowfields do you fancy selling me Tokyo Mirage Sessions? :D
 

I noticed Conduct Together is on sale for 89p! Is it any good?

 

Alas it's digital otherwise I totally would. 

 

Don't let the realistic boob jiggle give you cause for doubt. I put about 50 hours in so I guess that's £1/hour.

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3 hours ago, rgraves said:

There's a massive new trailer out for Paper Mario, has anyone posted it yet?

 

 

 

So it's a bit like tearaway and Yoshi? Interesting. 

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