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  1. 6 points
    I'm sorry that I just noticed this topic. #1 - I'm sorry, but no one here is going to be able to help. That's not me being a jerk, that's just the reality of it. I'm a teacher and have had some mild experience with this kind of thing before, but online help can make you feel better a bit, but there's nothing we're doing that's going to really help much. You need help IRL. Please, please, please, let someone at school know about this. Talk to a guidance counselor. Talk to a trusted teacher. There's going to have to be some sort of intervention (and I've got no idea what - family counseling, ...?) to make this in any way better. YOU need to be the one to start this as you're already showing signs of needing that attention. Get help. Get it today. Talk to someone you know today. Please.
  2. 3 points
    The other day on the DataHoarder subreddit, somebody posted an archive of around 90 GB of video game commercials dating backing to the 80s through to modern consoles. I looked through them and pulled out only the DQ ads as I thought someone here might want them. They aren't all very good quality, many of them having been captured from VHS and then compressed digitally, but for many of them I imagine they're the only copies in existence. There are Japanese as well as international commercials. Many of them, like some of the EU DQIX commercials I had never seen before. Here's an upload if somebody wants them, or if @Woodus wants them for the site. They're organized by game system in different directories. Around 180 video files at about 1.5 GB total zipped. https://www.mediafire.com/file/ucc8u3wx1wizd3p/DQ_Commercials.7z/file
  3. 3 points
    Hi I recently started playing all of the DQ's because 11 was my first. The game is pretty enjoyable. It's a slow burn but in a good way. The summary is you basically play as a luminary to fight off the dark lord. If you've played DQ 1-3 those could essentially mean something of importance to you. My favorite character was Erik. Not only for his personality but because he is super OP when you have him in your party for farming metal slimes. You should really try it. I played it on ps4 and played literally nothing else until i finished it. The investment into the story is definitely worth it.
  4. 3 points
    Hey thanks man. It makes me happy I can do this for people. Believe me, I'd LOVE to jump ahead and do the SNES remakes. I think you're right in that if I did do that, the other games wouldn't get done. I'm still a novice to rom hacking so I like to stay with what I know and what I'm used to, learning as I go, than jumping systems and having to learn new procedures, tools, etc. And I know people aren't exactly foaming at the mouth to play Dragon Warrior 2 of all games, but I don't want to leave gaps for possible newcomers who insist on playing the originals. Sounds great! I honestly don't know much about that stuff, just keep in mind with the rom expansion needed to accompany the script this definitely won't work on the original cartridge. Anyway, progress update. The script is pretty much finished and updated DW2's strange dictionary system mentioned a few posts back. The intro is definitely a conundrum for me. It's not just the text (DW2 had the third person narration, the monsters speaking) that's completely different, but the "choreography" of the sprites. I'm thinking of dumping the third person narration just for the intro and use the modern style *: labeling (there's no parenthesis in the game like DW1 so I'm going to use the asterisk for the various emotes in the game like sob or sigh). I hope to really capture and compare both versions side by side and see if it's possible to match them up. Oh and if you haven't checked, version DW1 1.3c featuring a ton of fixes based off reports and feedback is out. I think there's one little typo and another little title screen tweak by Chicken Knife for a future update otherwise it's pretty final.
  5. 3 points
    I also have to agree with this group as well. Sometimes it’s nice to talk to someone just to chat, let me give you a list of numbers that really might help you out In the United States, contact Your Life Your Voice: 1-800-448-3000 Text VOICE to 20121 http://www.yourlifeyourvoice.org/ email For other countries, contact Befrienders: 1-800-448-3000 http://www.befrienders.org/about-self-harm For Eating Disorders In the US, contact the National Eating Disorders Association: 1-800-931-2237; info@myneda.org; www.NationalEatingDisorders.org Suicide Prevention If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please contact your local law enforcement or a suicide hotline immediately. Please see below for suicide hotlines by country Worldwide Befrienders http://www.befrienders.org United States National Suicide Prevention Lifeline http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org http://www.facebook.com/800273talk/ (chat support) 1 800 273 TALK (8255) Veteran/Military Crisis Line (for active U.S. service members, veterans, and family members) http://www.veteranscrisisline.net 1 800 273 8255 SMS: 838255 The Trevor Project (for LGBT youth, friends and family members) http://www.thetrevorproject.org 1 866 488 7386 Crisis Text Line http://www.facebook.com/crisistextline (chat support) SMS: Text "HERE" to 741-741 Canada Kids Help Phone (for youth under 20) 1-800-668-6868 For people over 20, find a crisis center that serves your area: http://suicideprevention.ca/need-help/ First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line 1-855-242-3310 (toll-free, 24 hours) United Kingdom Samaritans http://www.samaritans.org 116 123 jo@samaritans.org PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide https://www.papyrus-uk.org/ 0800 068 41 41 (weekdays 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM, weekends 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM, and Bank Holidays 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM) SMS: 07786 209 697 pat@papyrus-uk.org Ireland Samaritans http://www.samaritans.org 116 123 jo@samaritans.org Pieta House - Suicide and Self-harm Crisis Center http://www.pieta.ie/ 1800 247 247 (24 hour Freephone helpline) SMS: Text HELP to 51444 (standard message rates apply) mary@pieta.ie Jigsaw – the National Center for Youth Mental Health http://www.jigsaw.ie/ 01-4727 010 info@jigsaw.ie Germany Telefonseelsorge http://www.telefonseelsorge.de https://chat.telefonseelsorge.org (chat support) 0800 111 0 111 0800 111 0 222 Nummer gegen Kummer https://www.nummergegenkummer.de 0800 111 0 550 (adults) 0800 111 0 333 (teens) Argentina Hablemos de Todo http://www.hablemosdetodo.gob.ar Australia ReachOut Australia https://au.reachout.com/urgent-help 13 11 14 Kids Helpline http://www.kidshelp.com.au 1800 55 1800 Headspace (ages 12-25) http://headspace.org.au/ beyondblue http://bb.org.au/1lmergR (email any time or chat online between 3:00 PM - midnight AET) 1300 22 4636 Austria Rat auf Draht http://rataufdraht.orf.at 147 Diözese Linz http://www.telefonseelsorge.at/ 142 Belgium Centrum Ter Preventie Van Zelfdoding http://www.zelfmoord1813.be 1813 Centre de Prévention du Suicide http://www.preventionsuicide.be 0800 32 123 Brazil CVV http://www.cvv.org.br http://www.cvv.org.br/chat.php (chat support) 188 atendimento@cvv.org.br Bulgaria Национален център за безопасен интернет (Bulgarian Safer Internet Center) https://www.safenet.bg/bg/ 124123 Национална телефонна линия за деца (National Child Helpline) http://116111.bg/ 116 111 Chile Todo Mejora https://todomejora.org/apoyo/ (email or chat support) Croatia HRABRI Telefon (for teens) http://www.hrabritelefon.hr/ https://www.facebook.com/HrabriTelefon/ 116 111 (Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM) Czech Republic Linka bezpečí http://www.linkabezpeci.cz 116 111 Pražská linka důvěry 222 580 697 Linka důvěry Ostrava http://www.mnof.cz/linka_duvery 596 618 908 737 267 939 Linka duševní tísně Most http://www.mostknadeji.eu/linka-dusevni-tisne 476 701 444 (from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM) Skype: ldt.most Linka důvěry DKC 241 484 149 Skype: ld_dkc Denmark Livslinien http://www.livslinien.dk 70 201 201 (11:00-23:00 daily) BørneTelefonen https://bornetelefonen.dk/ring 116 111 (11:00-23:00 daily) Estonia MTÜ Peaasjad https://www.peaasi.ee/ http://peaasi.ee/kysi-noustajalt/ (online counseling) https://www.facebook.com/Peaasi.ee/ Finland Suomen Mielenterveysseura http://www.mielenterveysseura.fi 010 195 202 France S.O.S Amitié http://www.sos-amitie.com 09 72 39 40 50 Net Ecoute (for teens) http://www.netecoute.fr/ 0 800 200 000 Ghana Step To Life Foundation Ghana 0244239629 Greece Suicide Prevention Centre Klimaka NGO 1018 Hamogelo (for teens under 18) http://www.hamogelo.gr/37.1/Ethnikh-thlefonikh-grammh-gia-ta-poidia-SOS-1056 1056 Hong Kong The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong (香港撒瑪利亞防止自殺會) http://www.help4suicide.com.hk http://www.sbhk.org.hk 2389 2222 soulbox@sbhk.org.hk The Samaritans Hong Kong (香港撒瑪利亞會) http://www.samaritans.org.hk 2896 0000 Hungary LESZ http://www.sos-116-123.eoldal.hu/ https://www.facebook.com/eOldal.hu/ 116 123 sos@sos505.hu Kek Vonal http://www.kek-vonal.hu/index.php/hu/lelkisegely-vonal http://www.kek-vonal.hu/index.php/hu/interaktiv-kapcsolatok 116-111 Iceland Rauði krossinn (Red Cross) https://www.raudikrossinn.is/polski https://www.facebook.com/raudikrossinn/ 1717 (open 24/7) India AASRA http://www.aasra.info 91-22-27546669 aasrahelpline@yahoo.com iCall 022-25521111 icall@tiss.edu Israel ERAN http://www.eran.org.il 1201 SAHAR http://www.sahar.org.il (Hebrew) http://www.sahar.org.il/?categoryId=63068 (Arabic) Italy Telefono Azzurro (for teens under 18) http://www.azzurro.it http://consulenzaonline.azzurro.it/xchatty/chat.html (chat support) 19696 Telefono Amico http://www.telefonoamico.it 199 284 284 Japan Tokyo Suicide Prevention Center(東京自殺防止センター) http://www.befrienders-jpn.org/ 03-5286-9090 (open year round from 8:00 PM to 6:00 AM / (Tuesday only) from 5:00 PM to 6:00 AM) Inochi-no-Denwa(日本いのちの電話連盟) http://www.inochinodenwa.org/lifeline.php 0570-783-556 (Navi dial from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM) Kenya Befrienders Kenya https://www.befrienderskenya.org (chat support) Call or text +254 722178177 (from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM) Call or text +254 736542304 (from 7: 00 AM to 9:00 PM) befrienderskenya@gmail.com Latvia Skalbes http://www.skalbes.lv 371 67222922 (from 9:00 to 17:00) 371 27722292 (from 9:00 to 17:00) Lithuania Lithuanian Association of Emotional Support Lines http://www.klausau.lt Vaikų Linija (Child line) http://www.vaikulinija.lt 116 111 (from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM) Jaunimo Linija (Youth line) http://www.jaunimolinija.lt/laiskai/ 8 800 28888 Vilties Linija (Hope line) http://www.kpsc.lt/vilties_linija.html 116 123 vilties.linija@gmail.com Pagalbos Moterims Linija (Women’s line) http://www.moteriai.lt 8 800 66366 (from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM) pagalba@moteriai.lt Linija Doverija (Trust Line) 8 800 77277 (Monday - Friday, 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM) Luxembourg SOS Détresse – Hëllef iwwer Telefon http://www.454545.lu 454545 Kanner-Jugendtelefon http://www.kjt.lu 116 111 Mexico Instituto Hispanoamericano de Suicidologia, A.C +5255 46313300 info@suicidiologia.com.mx Decide Vivir México, A.C. decidevivirmexico@gmail.com Netherlands 113 https://www.113.nl/ 0900-0113 (free, anonymous 24 hour hotline) New Zealand Depression Hotline http://www.depression.org.nz 0800 111 757 The Lowdown http://www.thelowdown.co.nz SMS: 5626 Youthline http://www.youthline.co.nz 0800 376 633 SMS: 234 talk@youthline.co.nz parenttalk@youthline.co.nz Lifeline Aotearoas Suicide Prevention Helpline 0508 828 865 Nigeria Nigeria Suicide Prevention Initiative - NSPI http://www.facebook.com/nspinitiative/ +234 (0)809210643 nspinitiative@gmail.com Norway Kirkens SOS http://www.kirkens-sos.no http://www.soschat.no/chat (chat support) 224 00 040 (from 11:00 to 23:00) Mental Helse Hjelpetelefonen 116 123 Sidetmedord.no http://www.sidetmedord.no (chat support) ROS –Rådgivning om spiseforstyrrelser http://www.facebook.com/nettros.no (chat support) 948 17 818 info@nettros.no Palestine sahar.org.il جمعيه سهر: دعم واصغاء عبر الانترنت جمعية سهر هي جمعية بدون اهداف ربحية والتي تهدف الى مساندة الاشخاص في ضائقة Poland Telefon Zaufania dla Dzieci i Młodzieży (for children and youth) http://www.116111.pl/napisz (chat support) 116 111 Portugal SOS VOZ AMIGA http://www.sosvozamiga.org 21 354 45 45 (16h-24h) 91 280 26 69 (16h-24h) 96 352 46 60 (16h-24h) Romania Alianta Romana de Preventie a Suicidului http://www.antisuicid.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Alianta-Romana-de-Preventie-a-Suicidului-156170394409923/ 0800801200 (from 7:00 PM to 7:00 AM) sos@antisuicid.com Serbia Centar Srce http://www.centarsrce.org 0800 300 303 vanja@centarsrce.org Singapore Samaritans of Singapore (新加坡援人協會) http://samaritans.org.sg 1800 221 4444 pat@samaritans.org.sg Slovakia Linka detskej istoty (24/7 helpline for children and youth under 18) http://www.ldi.sk (chat support between 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM) 116 000 Linka detskej dôvery https://www.linkadeti.sk/linka-detskej-dovery (chat support) 055/234 72 72 Skype: linkadeti odkazy@linkadeti.sk Linka dôvery (for adults) 055/622 23 23 (Monday - Friday, 7:30 - 19:30 and nonstop Saturday - Sunday) Linka nádeje (for adults) 055/644 11 55 (Monday - Friday, 7:30 - 19:30, nonstop Saturday - Sunday) Liga za duševné zdravie (for adults) https://www.dusevnezdravie.sk/online-poradna/ 02/638 15592 IPčko 0907 404 291 ipcko@ipcko.sk South Africa The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) http://www.sadag.org 0800 567 567 0800 70 80 90 0800 12 13 14 SMS: 31393 South Korea HopeClick http://www.hopeclick.or.kr 중앙자살예방센터 (Korea Suicide Prevention Center) http://www.spckorea.or.kr +82 2-2203-0053 spc@spckorea.or.kr 보건복지부 보건복지콜센터 (Ministry of Health & Welfare Call Center) 129 (24시간 위기상담 / 24 hour hotline) 정신건강증진센터 정신건강위기상담전화 (Mental Health Center Crisis Counseling) 1577-0199 (24시간 위기상담 / 24 hour hotline) Spain Teléfono de la Esperanza http://telefonodelaesperanza.org 717 003 717 Sweden Mind https://mind.se/ https://mind.se/sjalvmordslinjen/ (chat support) 90101 Switzerland Tel 143 http://www.143.ch https://www.143.ch/Beratung/Chat-Kontakt (chat support) 143 Taiwan Taiwan Suicide Prevention Center (台灣自殺防治中心) http://www.tspc.tw 0800 788 995 Ukraine Ла Страда-Украина (La Strada Ukraine) http://www.la-strada.org.ua/ 0 800 500 335 (free calls from fixed and mobile phones all over Ukraine) 386 (free from mobile phones) National Child Toll-Free Hotline (Monday - Friday 12:00 - 20:00, Saturdays 12:00 - 16:00) 0 800 500 225 (free calls from fixed and mobile phones all over Ukraine) 116 111 (free from mobile phones) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. 2 points
    And on today's episode of Hunting Atlas, I couldn't find any of the Wanted!, which is what I'm hunting (I must've seen three dozen of the brutes so far, and the only Wanted! I've seen so far killed me at the eleventh hour). I'd planned on mobbing one with about ten Multicoloured Mannequins I'd recruited (since I was trying to bump their hunted numbers up, which is a ridiculously high 300), but decided to spend them all on a regular Atlas instead. It was fun cruising around with nearly a dozen post-game critters mauling all the local slimes and what not, but I still need to kill a Wanted! Atlas. I'll try again later this week, --- Share your own Heroes-series tales below.
  7. 2 points
    I actually have a Beta SP of a Dragon Quest VIII commercial that ran on MTV in 2005. I worked there at the time and when the commercial came in I know we typically junked tapes after they were digitized, so I asked the video team to return the tape to me when it was complete. I don't have a Beta SP player or a means to record the footage, though. At this point the tape is just some random DQ swag in my collection.
  8. 2 points
    https://nintendosoup.com/rumor-more-dragon-quest-titles-could-be-ported-to-nintendo-switch-this-year/ I'm guessing that the Dragon Quest games in question is the ports of Dragon Quest I, Dragon Quest II, and Dragon Quest III that was released in Japan on the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo 3DS. But who knows what might be ported over?
  9. 2 points
    Releasing the rom files would definitely be a benefit to the community.
  10. 2 points
    Just as a related story, there’s a bunch of songs from an unreleased Rilo Kiley demo tape out in the wild to download somewhere because a fan forum discovered it up for auction and assigned someone who could get the songs online to bid for them, and members donated towards it. That was a bit different though. Everyone got something out of it, and the person who did the legwork got a memento for their troubles. How can we be sure the community at large would benefit from this?
  11. 2 points
    Dragon Quest Builders 2 coming to Nintendo Switch on July 12, 2019! Dragon Quest XI Definitive Edition coming to Nintendo Switch with Symphonic Suite, 2D Graphics (as well as the 3D graphics), and new stories this Fall!
  12. 2 points
    The best part about the reveal for the Definitive Edition? Your party members follow behind you. I sincerely missed this while playing DQ11 on my PS4. Seeing everyone in your active party follow behind you was awesome.
  13. 2 points
    I love how we're so used to DQ never showing up to these things that we didn't expect it and they just dropped a megaton and completely surprised us this time.
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  15. 2 points
    I was going to post about this. I'm not sure what to expect of this. But I hope it turns out a good moovie. V is the best one for such an adaptation.
  16. 2 points
    No to the English text. The only way to play a Japanese 3ds game on the NA/EU 3ds is if the 3ds has been hacked.
  17. 2 points
    I'm considering making some custom NES carts to practice soldering/working on boards. I might do a Dragon Warrior > Dragon Quest (Re-Quest) conversion. (I'd only use a donor board if the cartridge was damaged and I already had to repair it.) If I can't find a DW1 board that needs repair (or another game using the same mapper), I'll get some aftermarket boards. There's a website that sells brand new boards for homebrew, I think they support a few different mapper types, and have slots where you can drop in EEPROM chips. They're made for stuff like this and homebrew.
  18. 2 points
    Hello, Choppasmith! This is my first post here. This project is so amazing it convinced me to join and post to thank you for your amazing efforts. I just recently got into the Dragon Quest series, and have been plugging away at the original Dragon Warrior on NES. This version of the original game will be great to have alongside the official versions. I really appreciate your stance on tackling the games in chronological order, instead of just immediately jumping into the fan favorites first. I think it's more productive to do it the way you are now. Otherwise, one might lose interest and never get around to doing the less favorite games in the series. Doing them in chronological order is fair for everyone, I think. I will be following this project closely. Thanks again for your amazing work!
  19. 2 points
    Thanks to a tip from a certain member of the slime family @Plattym3 RPGamer has bestowed Dragon Quest XI with their Game of the Year award! https://rpgamer.com/2018-awards/game-of-the-year/ And subsequently best Turn-Based RPG https://rpgamer.com/2018-awards/best-turn-based-rpg
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    Thanks! I had a lot of fun. I'd consider doing a podcast again if anyone is interested.
  22. 1 point
    I was reading the English version of Dragon Quest illustrations and there was an interesting note. Most of the monster designs for V and VI were comlleted around the same time. One of the designs that went unused was Nimzo's first form. They went with a new design instead. They later reused that design for Murdaw in DQVI. As intended the battle with Nimzo would start with this https://i.imgur.com/yGVFa7z.png And then end he would transform into this: https://i.imgur.com/eBpoSDS.png I cant believe i didnt notice it before...
  23. 1 point
    DQ11 was technically my second DQ because my first was DQ1 on mobile. "Slow burn" is an understatement. The only way to avoid burnout, in my opinion, is to not play 10 hours a day for days (like I did). A good metric of daily or bi-daily progress is to finish an arc a day. And by arc I mean visiting a new area -> see what gives -> do whatever you have to. Think of it like you're watching Pokemon or any cartoon show where the characters visit an area, something happens and they proceed to solve it.
  24. 1 point
    I just discovered this Japanese show that is essentially a parody of JRPGs, primarily Dragon Quest. The protag even wears the same clothing as the hero from DQV. It's a comedy and very low budget, but even I found it a bit funny and usually comedies from other cultures don't hit me in that way. I found the first season with English subs, but not much else beyond that. I was wondering if anyone here has heard of or watched some of this show. I finished the first episode tonight.
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    Thanks, guys. I am not so grand as to age in reverse, but I am good enough that I maintain... Guess I am just a great alchemist. Hahaha.
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    Very nice Aust. I love finding this stuff and looking back at the level of corn and fluff padded into the message of "buy me please." That's a treasure. Great someone was collecting them. There were some really funky 80's VG commercials, lol, I should check out the main thread and see what's there.
  28. 1 point
    Started a section for Dragon Quest Rivals https://www.woodus.com/den/games/dqrivals/ I started playing it today, but don't have much idea what is going on, if anyone has info/screenshots they want to supply please let me know.
  29. 1 point
    https://m.ign.com/articles/2007/04/05/mikami-alive-and-well ^ If you trust IGN’s translation of a Famitsu article. Regardless, Mikami quite infamously said he’d “cut off his head” if RE4 went anywhere but GameCube. Whether that was meant literally or was mistranslated to mean “leaving the company,” the meaning is still the same. And it does hurt the bottom line for Nintendo if they’re trying to boost sales for their flagging console and after Capcom comes out and says that they’re working on five games exclusive to the GameCube backpedals shortly after and says all but one, Resident Evil 4, could potentially end up on other consoles. (https://m.ign.com/articles/2003/01/16/cgd-03-capcom-five-not-gcn-exclusive) Only to then say, two months before release that it would be coming to PS2 as well. Difference is Dragon Quest XI never promised console exclusivity. Killer7, along with RE4, Viewtiful Joe, and two other games, were all initially announced as GameCube exclusives and were meant to boost sales for the console. Edited for clarity.
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    https://youtu.be/L5ya1yGp8xA Here's part two of the lp. While I'd like a bigger screen obs doesn't let me do bigger screens than this one. without excluding some part of it. If you have any tips abt it. plz let me know.
  31. 1 point
    Welcome to the Den, hope you enjoy it here
  32. 1 point
    I’m trying to see how cheap the Special Edition can get. It’s at about $40 right now. I think it can go as low as $35.
  33. 1 point
    I hope I’ll get to play the first game at some point. It and NNK2 have no connections aside from some references (a trial that “retells,” the plot of the original and some costumes), but because of that Studio Ghibli artstyle I really want to play the first game, in either version. Not gonna lie, Studio Ghibli being the art designer and Joe Hisaishi being the composer got me interested. Anyway, most things I’ve played by Level-5 I’ve liked, even if I haven’t finished everything from them I’ve played.
  34. 1 point
    Oh yay! Thank you all! I've been out most of the day with my husband, and came back to all these well wishes! * wags * Time for more EOX!
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    Level-5 seems to have a hard time with their games being popular in the west sometimes. It’s about 50/50. I may not have finished Fantasy Life or Yo-Kai Watch, but both have elements I really liked while playing. Hell, Fantasy Life gets an A+ in my book for its music alone. Nobuo Uematsu did the soundtrack for the game and it’s one of my favorite Uematsu soundtracks. It has a lot of personality to it. I can relate to the loving a Level-5 game no one else seems to. Ni No Kuni 2 was an excellent game, yet after it released its like it fell off the face of the earth. I get the criticisms toward it, but there was enough there that kept me playing and enjoying the full experience. It somewhat reminded me of Dragon Quest (just in action RPG form) with how it told its story, character reactions by talking to them in Evermore, and other elements. I loved it, but get why it might not have been everyone’s cup of tea.
  36. 1 point
    No being hyped allowed I guess. Next thing they’ll do is ask how much you’re getting paid to promote the game just because you’re excited for it.
  37. 1 point
    It worked for Toys R Us. Well, for a little while.
  38. 1 point
    I wonder what the differences between the PS4 and Switch version of Builders 2 is going to be. Builder 2 for PS4 is also releasing on the same day as the switch version.
  39. 1 point
    The Link’s Awakening remake doesn’t look very good visually. It looks...weird. I can’t put my finger on it, but it’s visual style isn’t clicking with me right now. I’m excited about the Dragon Quest news though. I also loved the line “There are RPGs, and then there’s Dragon Quest.” Dragon Quest top tier confirmed, plz don’t nerf. Also I’m looking forward to Fire Emblem Three Houses. I wish the character art had the Fire Emblem Echoes character art style since it was very good, but still, game looks fun.
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    Okay, got a fair amount of progress in tonight. I helped out Birgitta while avoiding what screwed me over last night, managed to beat the boss of the Eastern Shrine on the first try (but it did cost me my two Nectars), and I’m now at the end of the 1st floor of the Lush Woodlands from Etrian 4. I’ll be curious to see story wise why past areas are mysteriously in the land of Lemuria. My party is doing alright so far. Hero is the big damage dealer right now, but I imagine once my Nightseeker and Pugilist get further along they’ll dish out good damage as well. Them being classes with larger skill point requirements means they’ll take a bit to get going. I’ll get a picture of my guild card and QR code up tomorrow in case anyone wants to add my guild.
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    I have uploaded the two ending blocked scenes from Dragon Quest XI to the Den's ending page for Dragon Quest XI. https://www.woodus.com/den/games/dq11/ending.php Do not view the videos if you don't want to be spoiled by any of the ending sequences.
  43. 1 point
    So I can now report that it's possible to let the travelers die in DQH2. I just saw the guy in Greena Pastures get completely slaughtered by a Pruslas.
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    I didn’t see it. With how the game was going I opted to head home. By the time I saw the game on TV again (didn’t bother looking for updates on my phone) the score was 13-3. I honestly didn’t remember many of the commercials. There were some good ones, but honestly I just wasn’t in the spirit of the evening since I was distracted. Still, there was one good thing about the evening. That boy Tate from Williamsburg (who I posted about above) got to go to the Super Bowl, and while the Rams didn’t win I’m glad he was able to attend it.
  45. 1 point
    Like I said, late to the party But hey! That page also said 2019, so hopefully its sooner this year than later. I'm excited. 1 was sooooo much fun and I can't wait to have that experience along with everything they've added.
  46. 1 point
    Oh, hi, Mark.
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  48. 1 point
    You don’t need to do any of them. They are optional trials. Only do them if you want the rewards or if you want the Playstation trophy (or steam achievement) for finishing each trial at least once.
  49. 1 point
    Besides Platty, I haven't seen any of those users in ages. Sorry.
  50. 1 point
    Made a boatload of pasta sauce yesterday (2 gallons). Had an extra Mason jar for beer!
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