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Laclipsey last won the day on March 26 2019

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    Fight for everlasting peace!
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  1. I'm sorry to hear that, man. More disappointment incoming: Mine arrived yesterday, and why in the name of heck did they not include the AC adapter that you NEED to play the blasted thing?
  2. So is there any indication this will be more in the vein of Paper Mario 64/Thousand Year Door? If not, I prolly won't be picking this up. Still, the new art style is beautiful.
  3. Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan Shadow of the Colossus Castlevania Golden Sun Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna - The Golden Country Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand Boktai 2: Solar Boy Django - I'm really happy to finally have completed this one after fifteen long years. And it holds up beautifully, especially coming off the tail end of Boktai 1, which has some rough edges in comparison. I remember that when I was fifteen, I'd gotten to the last purification fight with Dainn, but never had enough sun to be able to beat him. With the power of the solar sensor patch, it is now possible. I put Dainn in the ground and saw the ending to what has long been one of my favorite GBA games. Jormungandr is absolutely terrifying, y'all. Boktai 1 laid a great foundation for an amazing sequel. I love the way Boktai 2 continually sets up and bucks your expectations in exciting new ways (Django losing the Gun del Sol, turning into a vampire, and the sections where you play as Sabata. This could have been a by-the-numbers sequel, but it's a much grander adventure than its predecessor, and it is well worth getting to the end. I'm starting Boktai 3 right now because I've waited for more than a decade to play it. Go play Boktai, folks. I promise it's worth it.
  4. Sure did. Now it's saying it'll be delivered on May 26. Dunno about you. I'm just going to expect another delay and be surprised when it gets here early.
  5. Preorders are open at Limited Run! Go, go go!
  6. Pulled Fallen Lyon! Bad news is he's an Atk boon Spd buff, which if his stats are at all true to the character are the opposite of ideal. I might try to pull another, but with only 26 free orbs left over I probably shouldn't bother. Still, even with somewhat middling stats (natural access to Bonus Doubler notwithstanding), it's worth it to hear those voice lines. Hearing the Demon King gives me chills.
  7. At long last, the announcement is here! Preorders go up May 15, exclusively through Limited Run, so be ready! In addition to the regular game, there's a sweet collector's edition. That steelbook and the soundtrack alone sell me on it. It is worth mentioning, however, that Limited Run says that delivery will take 2-3 months, so if you're looking to play it day one, this probably isn't for you. But heck, I think it's worth it.
  8. YEEEEES My boy Lyon's finally getting some love! And DUDE, the voice actor brought his A game portraying the Demon King. Looks like I'm pulling hard for green this time.
  9. I'm mad as heck about the spoilers. I haven't even started Three Houses yet. I deduced from the promotional material that Edelgard is the big bad, but given that they released Flame Emperor as a standalone unit it's hard not to put two and two together. But I guess Heroes was never about preserving the twists and secrets of the main Fire Emblem games. Remember when they casually revealed the Black Knight's identity?
  10. Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan Shadow of the Colossus Castlevania Golden Sun Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna - The Golden Country Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand - Sometimes I feel like the only one who remembers this series. Which is inexcusable, considering how many people I know who were exposed to Django through MegaMan Battle Networks 4-6. This is my second time going through the first game, and this time I got the good ending. Having always wanted to play the unlocalized Boktai 3, and having not played Boktai 2 in some fifteen odd years, it's been my intention to go through the trilogy all in one go. Lunar Knights was alright, but it sacrificed the spaghetti western visual and musical aesthetic that makes me love the Boktai trilogy so much. I leave you with one final thought: In a perfect world, Django would be Smash DLC.
  11. Dunno about any of you, but I just got word that my Turbografx Mini will ship in January next year. Needless to say, that's a ways off yet, but I can wait. Anyone else get any updates?
  12. Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan Shadow of the Colossus Castlevania Golden Sun Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna - The Golden Country - Dang. Even knowing from the full game that the events of Torna don't end happily, that ending got me. I had a great time with this one, and I was impressed with the maturity of the storytelling on display here. I was less impressed with the game closing off its story until you complete X amount of sidequests, which was something I took issue with in Xenoblade X and is slightly less egregious here. In other news, I now know to trust Tetsuya Takahashi when he says to play Xenoblade 2 all the way through Chapter 6, stop and play through Torna, then finish the main game. Makes me kinda wish I'd done that. Even so, It was nice to return to Alrest after beating the main game last year, and this certainly whet my appetite to return to the Bionis next month.
  13. Thanks for the games, guys. I loved that Richter vs. Richter vs. Richter game especially. XD Shoot, I didn't even think about the Discord, since I use it so infrequently. I'll keep it in mind for next time!
  14. This is something you'd probably know better than me. I can only speak for Automata, which I currently hold as one of my all-time favorite games. I've also heard friends decry its genre-blending hacking segments and necessitating multiple playthroughs, things that didn't bother me at all but I recognize weren't all that graceful from a design standpoint. I'd like to say it's likely the team learned from Automata, but since Platinum had such a huge hand in Automata and don't seem to be involved in Replicant, that seems to be very much a non-factor. Which is to say, I'll continue to be excited as I've wanted to experience the original Nier since Automata, but I'll do so with restraint.
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