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I am the BioAlpha

Male, 23, United States

I am BioAlpha, a youtube entertainer. I run a gaming group on facebook which is open to the public and is a nice little community of gamers. Hope you enjoy!

Sat 15th Dec 2012

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Alpha commented on Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 Has a PS4 Patch Bigge...:

@get2sammyb How do you even get a review copy?

And i wonder how this game will be like? Is it any good whatsoever? I heard it isnt that great, and at a price point for $60 is steep for a crappy game...
Hope you get your hands on it soon and review it so i can know for sure!



Alpha commented on Massive 20th Anniversary PlayStation Store Sal...:

@shogunrok don't forget to add that on the sale you get more of a discount if you have PlayStation Plus. Final Fantasy XIV is just $9.99 if you have PS+ instead of $11.99. Still really good sale.

I'm thinking on what to get but I at least know three things I want, Diablo 3 on PS4, Peacewalker on PSP, and Final Fantasy XIV. There are possible others too but I'm sleeping on it all instead of jumping the gun. Lol.



Alpha commented on Review: Life Is Strange: Episode 4 - Dark Room...:

Just played this Episode... I am Speachless so much. And btw...
"Science-fiction isn't the only area that gets turned up to eleven this time through, however. "
"gets turned up to eleven this time through, however."

"to eleven"




Alpha commented on Talking Point: Should More AAA Titles Adopt a ...:

Really depends on the genre and how fun the game is. A crappy game that you didnt like playing through once, this wouldn't make me play more. just download it, play it again for like 5 minutes then never touch it again, however.

If its a game like Dark Souls or The Witcher, or GTA, or something else, then yea im all for it. GTA and the Witcher are doing this, and it keeps making me come back to them.

So this is really more based on Genre and/or player preference.

All in all however, i think yes they should do this more. This is how DLC should be in my opinion.



Alpha commented on Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Looks Visually ...:

I truly cannot wait for this game at all. Its going to be amazing. I hope the preorder for the collectors edition comes out

@SteveButler2210 If you want to get caught up on the main story without getting stuck in Filler City i would recommend playing these games.
Note: all games are actual story based, so 2 games will be omited from this list.

First Series: Naruto
Naruto Rise of a Ninja (X360)
Naruto The Broken Bond (X360)
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm (PS3)
Note: The X360 games are more RPG than the storm series but makes you feel closer and being an actual team. They were good Xbox Exclusives. But Naruto Storm probably does it a bit better as a term of looking like closer to the show.

Second Series: Naruto Shippuden
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 (PS3)
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst (PS3)
Note: Full burst has dlc bundled in that is pivitol to the actual story, so i would recommend that instead of the original version of Storm 3. Also these games play more like a old PS1 title in story mode like Final Fantasy VII, with the background thing. Its really cool in my opinion.

All these games are relatively cheap too. Specifically online stores like ebay.



Alpha commented on Crash Bandicoot Could Have Appeared in Unchart...:

@get2sammyb " We're sure that there's been constant conversation between the two companies regarding a potential reacquisition of the dormant hero, but we doubt that it'll ever happen at this point.
Then again, we said the same about Shenmue III, didn't we?"

And Final Fantasy VII, And Final Fantasy XV, AND The Last Guardian! lol



Alpha commented on Soapbox: Why So Many E3 2015 Announcements Are...:

"I never tentatively tore the corners of my Christmas presents in order to get a sneaky first look inside. I had friends who claimed to know the contents of all of the gifts nestling beneath their fake fir trees, but I always preferred to wait. In fact, as I got older I tended to recommend that we held off opening our gifts until after dinner; with birthdays, I'd never touch anything until all of my family was home. I think, deep down, I just wanted to prolong that sense of not knowing – after all, the excitement of secrets always withers the second that they're revealed.

Now don't get me wrong, as a child I was always appreciative of every single gift that I received – but there's an unavoidable low that follows the unwrapping of presents; something that was a mystery is now laid bare in front of your eyes."

Dude i never could figure out why i loved christmas gifts so much, but now i think i know. Thank you.