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Quote from: Sam on August 30, 2016, 01:37:30 am
Looked over your story/outline/characters and I think it's very well fleshed out. Hope you find some time to get it off the ground in the future. Best of luck!
Quote from: Elric on June 22, 2016, 09:15:55 pm
No, he's not.
Quote from: Angel on June 22, 2016, 10:50:16 am
Oh, I hated XIII-2. I only managed to sit through it with Xifanie playing it for me. That made me change my opinion from, "hated it" to, "makes about as much sense as X-2 did, yeah." XIII, I just had Stockholm syndrome. I didn't want it, I wasn't going to buy it, but I was given it as a gift, so I was determined to get some fun out of it no matter how frustrated I got. I bought it two more times as a result. I'm not very smart.
While we're here, since I haven't done any ruined moments...
Final Fantasy XIII-2
We've gotten to the ending, as happy as anyone can expect... And Serah drops dead out of nowhere because plot device and the end of the world begins. K. I'm not even sure 'anticlimactic' fits, the way they wrote that out.
Final Fantasy XIII
Some of the Eidolon awakenings, but especially Fang's. Sazh's was good, Lightning's fit at the time, Snow was Snow, Hope was Hope, Vanille's would have been good if they hadn't squandered the backstory's telling, and Fang... just holds the idiot ball. It's like the developers realized she still needed to get Bahamut, but Fang is too aloof and sarcastic badass to really pluck away at insecurities, so let's just have her go full retard for a minute so she can have an Eidolon like everyone else. Absolutely ruined scene. She should have just joined with Bahamut already available - it would have made a lot more sense that way, considering she already became Ragnarok.
Quote from: Elric on June 21, 2016, 11:58:02 pm
Anything Cinemassacre. And thats pretty much it.
Quote from: Angel on June 21, 2016, 10:38:24 pm
Lightning Returns was my favorite in the trilogy. :I
Sadly nothing really emotional about it, and the events were really simple (which didn't help with emotion getting across), but some of the side stories were nice, the main story was cool, and the game itself fun to play. You can actually drive monsters to extinction and no longer get random battles! FUCKAWESOME.
Quote from: Elric on April 16, 2016, 01:59:23 pm
Pretty sure my first was Combat on Atari, but it really could have been any of 3 or 4 games we had at that time.
Quote from: Angel on April 16, 2016, 12:31:30 am
I prefer playing Monopoly against a computer, because a computer won't tableflip and explode (I am ruthless).
I've never played Risk myself, but I remember it from Thanksgiving with the family when I was a little girl, more interested in NES Ducktales than what the older kids were playing. Scrooge was fucking bouncing over danger on his cane, dude! TOTALLY more awesome than any board game.
First video game you ever played, go.
Quote from: Jumza on April 15, 2016, 05:14:19 pm
I'm not much of word game man myself. Favourite board game?
Quote from: Kaijyuu on April 15, 2016, 03:04:17 pm
You must be bad at crosswords then.