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  1. Plus all the docks were working fine with no problems till this update hit. I'm sorry something stinks. They must have added new security in that update.
  2. Games You're Looking Forward to in 2018

    Valkyria Chronicles 4 Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux Code Vein Dragon Quest XI Not sure if its coming this year for the rest of the world but I believe a new Ace Attorney is coming so I'm putting that down just in case. Seeing how it wasn't a big gap for AA6 to come.
  3. Sega announces Valkyria Chronicles 4 coming to PS4/XBO/NS

    To me you dodge a bullet with Valkyria Revolution. I feel the team should have kept the gameplay they had with the alpha instead of listening to fans and trying to merge with turn base that VC1-3 did. They nail the story and characters good but I felt I was playing a game that had no direction where it wanted to go in the gameplay department.
  4. Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana - General Discussion

    The games translation is such a weird topic. Nothing I seen from the original really seem that bad. I feel like if they complain on that so bad why didn't know no one speak up from Aksys who did Tokyo Xanadu? I guess that's a conversation for another day, I suppose. Currently going through the Vita version and I might pick up the Switch version depending on how it turns out.
  5. Video Games Finished in 2018

    A little late on these updates but here there are Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Switch) Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch) Lara Croft GO (PS4) Tokyo Xanadu eX+ (PS4) Points: Console – 4 Handheld – 0 PC – 0 Mobile – 0 Overall – 4
  6. Video Games Finished in 2018

    Making this my edit post! Points: Console – 0 Handheld – 0 PC – 0 Mobile – 0 Overall – 0
  7. Video Games Finished in 2017

    My last update of the year: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) Call of Duty: WWII (PS4) Points: Console – 26 Handheld – 6 PC – 0 Mobile – 1 Overall – 33
  8. Nintendo Switch: 10 million units sold worldwide

    Pretty impressive its doing the same pace as PS4. I got mine at launch since Zelda and Bomber Man was enticing. I got to say Nintendo really did have a great first year so far. I haven't even pick up Pokken and Fire Emblem Warrirors yet and I still got Bayonetta to wrap up this year unless more stuff comes out before March.
  9. Great news. I kept thinking for a while that there is a lull of Action games. I can't think of any at all for this gen at all. I can only picture last gen with Wii U and Bayo 2 and Ninja Gaiden 3. I hope this is the trend of finally getting more of action games again. I'm not sure I'll play 1 again but you can count on I'll will try out 2 and 3.
  10. Video Games Finished in 2017

    Haven't updated in a while: Blue Reflection (PS4) - Gust's attempt of branching out from their safe zone. I got to say they did a good job but I feel some of their choices they did were a little poor. Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online (PS4) - Next title for the Neptunia series. Instead of turn base they went action RPG route. I got to say it wasn't bad but compared to past titles a little on the short side and even way less on the enemy variety. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch) - I enjoyed my time with this and I'm not really that big on platformers. I'm not sure if I'll go for all the moons though. Ittle Dew 2 (Switch) - The Legend of Zeldew sounds about right. I got to say some of the puzzles were really good. Points: Console – 24 Handheld – 6 PC – 0 Mobile – 1 Overall – 31
  11. Video Games Finished in 2017

    Tokyo Xanadu (Vita) - I was anticipating this game from Falcom for so long and I got to say it was pretty fun. It felt pretty much like Ys meets Trails of Cold Steel. Fast pace action but free time events which you can bond with your teammates. Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (PS4) - Finally the latest game has arrived and I got to say I enjoyed it. I got more to say but I'll keep it inside for now. Points: Console – 20 Handheld – 6 PC – 0 Mobile – 1 Overall – 27
  12. Kirby's Dream Land 3 Chrono Trigger Harvest Moon Final Fantasy IV Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Earthworm Jim Aladdin Illusion of Gaia Breath of Fire II
  13. Video Games Finished in 2017

    Icey (PS4) - This was a fun action title. Kamiko (Switch) The Bunker (PS4) I really enjoyed this. It brought me back to the whole Sega CD era where the majority of the games I played where pretty much FMV story driven. I feel that genre really needs to come back somehow. Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked (3DS) - I actually beat this a while ago but I didn't count it before since I was playing on and off. I finish a 2nd run of it now and I got to say its very enjoyable. I got to give credit to Atlus when they want to experiment since I was thinking before this game how would them taking it SRPG work out. It works good very good. Points: Console – 19 Handheld – 5 PC – 0 Mobile – 1 Overall – 25
  14. Video Games Finished in 2017

    My updates: Splatoon 2 (Switch) Daganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (PS4) Daganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (PS4) Points: Console – 16 Handheld – 4 PC – 0 Mobile – 1 Overall – 21
  15. Nintendo Switch... warping issues?

    The article mention it was dock play so I pretty much said it was impossible for that to happen. The switch turns itself off at 67c (152 F) I pretty much play exclusively on the dock and nothing hasn't happen yet. Though if they are leaving it in the sun as you say then that's their own fault. Nothing should be sitting unattended in your car or in the sun from phones to any type of electronics. I get warnings on my videogames to not even leave CDs/BDs in the car or out in the sun. I pray people aren't doing that. Yes some plastics can warp at different temps but the majority of all electronics used ABS that can handle temps of 102c (215 F) before it gets soft. This is an assumption since the ones that do use ABS have been know to be cheap. Though even if I look at the lowest plastic PVC it can handle up to 90c (194 F) Either way these both are past the Switch's shut off point. I feel you are going to have to set your Switch on fire in order to get anything out of the plastic. Though the metal shielding can be the possibility since I don't know the material it could be made out of. They could have been cheap and went with some low type of aluminum.