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KratosMD

Hego wrote:

Finished Trails in Cold Steel on Vita last night, ending was so good I stayed up afterwards just to start the sequel. Easily my favourite JRPG, I feel like the Trails series are to me what the Final Fantasys are to most other people, they just have such a memorable cast and stories that draw you in. Heartily recommend this to any JRPG fans (but make sure you've a spare 50-80 hours depending on what difficulty you choose, it's a long ass game!!)

@Hego I second this! I just finished this game myself and man what a ride! The ending was surreal, easily one of the best endings in video games for me. Now I have to start playing the second game to find out what happened.

Love, love, LOVE this franchise!

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Finished Snake Pass earlier today and now just need one more trophy for the platinum. I was on the fence about getting the game but really enjoyed it. It's unlike anything I've played before in many ways and even though it's a bit frustrating at times, it's equally rewarding when you do succeed.

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Splat

Stories: The Path of Destinies

A pretty underrated game and one of the better PS+ games I have played this gen.

"What do you reckon, we're gonna have to climb that thing?" ~ Chloe Frazer

"I reckon I'M gonna have to climb that thing." ~ Nathan Drake

PSN: Splathew

roe

Just finished one "playthrough" of 'Late Shift'. Have to say it was pretty enjoyable. It got weaker as it went on but I came away liking it a lot more than I expected to. Gonna give it a second go now to hopefully flesh out the story a little more and perhaps give a few more answers.

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RR529

the Hanzo storyline in Senran Kagura: Burst (3DS). As far as I know it was a standalone game in Japan, so I'm counting it, lol. It was decent. The framerate could have been better, and it could get a bit repetitive, but there's a lot to do, and it's great for getting 5 minutes of gameplay in here & there.

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (3DS) - Excellent JRPG. As with most other DQ games, the core gameplay is very traditional JRPG fare (though they did update it by removing random battles except when at sea), but if you can get into it there's a lot to do. The story/world itself is large, and in addition to that there's the photograph sidequests (new to this version), mini medal sidequest, and monster recruiting for the Monster Arena. I literally finished up the main story at the 100 hour mark, and I even did an extra 20 hours of post game stuff to get the ending I wanted, Jessica marriage! There's still a bit of post game content left, but I'm taking a break from it for now.

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Currently Playing: Hitman GO

Recently Beat: Castle of Illussion: Starring Mickey Mouse, Lara Croft GO, Front Mission Evolved

Splat

Tasuki wrote:

@Splat Did you get all the endings? I still have a bunch myself but other games got in the way.

No. There is over 20 endings. I did unlock all the truths and got the "true ending" though. I enjoyed choose your own adventure books as a kid so I found Stories a joy to play.

I will probably get back to it at some point and wouldn't mind a sequel.

"What do you reckon, we're gonna have to climb that thing?" ~ Chloe Frazer

"I reckon I'M gonna have to climb that thing." ~ Nathan Drake

PSN: Splathew

Rudy_Manchego

I just played through Jazzpunk, which I didn't really enjoy. I only really did it for the Plat so don't feel great about myself wasting an hour or so on it. Admittedly a friend did say I would find it funny (I didn't).

Now I may be an idiot, but there's one thing I am not sir, and that sir, is an idiot

Wesker

Severed on PS Vita. I did get bored of it about halfway through, but gave it a break and came back, finished it and got the Platinum. Was fun.

Wesker

KratosMD

Just finished GTA V on PS3 after four years of not having played the single player. Apparently I had only a couple of missions left before I stopped playing the game back in 2013, lol.

One of the best games of the last generation and the best GTA game ever. Outstanding single player, outstanding online multiplayer, I had such a blast with both those modes (especially online throughout the years). Glad that I eventually decided to finish this off, because the ending was very satisfying. Now I can cross this game from my bucket list.

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