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  1. 2 points
  2. Playing Magi-nation. Remember how I complained about Azure Dreams GBC? Yeah, give me that thing over "can't do crap without a walkthrough and some things are literally not programmed into the game and require sharking and WTH is that battle system" mess any day.
    2 points
  3. Only took 6 years but I finally beat the Kraken! And still only barely. I was down to my last life. The biggest issue was most definitely his ability to bring the ceiling down on my party, which was pretty much guaranteed to knock your health to zero. And I couldn’t use Gather to draw its tentacles away from my healer to give her time to cast a healing circle because a huge cluster of tentacles would bat me around and knock me out in seconds. A win is a win and that’s all that matters and I got it in the first try and now I can move on with my life.
    1 point
  4. Dieamend is the better of the two.
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  5. Revisiting the dress dungeon was also a nightmare for me and I followed a guide as well, but as I worked through it, I noticed it was as difficult as I initially thought. The problem is you can lose track because battles can run long and you can’t really get a full picture of the puzzle because of the layout. I will say, good luck to you trying to figure out one of the puzzles in the final dungeon. It took me maybe two hours, which was strange because it had multiple floors with different puzzles and it was honestly just that one floor. You’ll likely know what I’m talking about when you g
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  6. Dieamend is clever but Ressurock reads better (and is arguably almost as clever).
    1 point
  7. BTW, I never closely looked at this item name closely at all. That's a high level pun. Well played, DQ, well played.
    1 point
  8. The cylinders are generated on the spot and the slimes are just sprites... But I finally figured out how to load actual 3D models! (Kind of... This is the only one I've tried that doesn't crash the "game".) (I don't have a material importer yet, this is why Crash is a solid colour.)
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  9. The tarantula farming is dead now. Sadly the method that I used to farm them is ruined because of Water Bugs that spawn that can't be easily dealt with. So Tom Nook has to wait a while to grow his army a bit more. With all the money I gave back to him, he is probably developing better technology to utilize the tarantulas even more. I haven't done a whole lot of DQ related stuff yet. All I have done was create a design of Erdrick's Seal and made it my town flag. Even though my town is named after a place from Final Fantasy lol. I have the town tune set to the Final Fantasy Fanfare but I want
    1 point
  10. I bought a $316 Amazon Japan gift card with my stimulus check I got, and applied it to my pre-order. Once the Dai no Daibouken Blu-ray Box Set ships on July 4, it will use the gift card instead of my debit card after it ships. I'm just hoping the Coronavirus doesn't get any worse over in Japan, or the set will be delayed. I wish all of the Happinet, and Toei Animation staff best of luck in getting through this.
    1 point
  11. OK! This is my next project. I've got most of the necessary tools already, still hunting down the actual NTSC-PAL patcher. I know the program exists, but I never downloaded it because I don't have a PAL PS2 (nor any interest in any PAL-exclusive games), and it looks like the site where I used to get my PS2 tools from no longer exists. I've got a couple leads though, so just hang tight. EDIT: Ok, I found the patcher, but I'm having some issues with it. I have to get ready for work now, but I'll take another look later.
    1 point
  12. I would imagine after defeating Dragonlord the game changes the encounter rate to 0. Since you're no longer supposed to be in possession of the Silver Harp, this would be the ideal way to handle the situation. Alternatively they could have loaded a set of maps with no monsters set, but why waste the memory to do that when you can just turn off encounters, you know?
    1 point
  13. And on today's installment, the adventures of Randy Homeraider! We leave Hotto now, and leave Mt. Huji untouched. We'll be back someday. So, with our gift of wisdom from Noah, famed knower of things and all-around creep, we head in a southerly direction in pursuit of what is possibly a branch of Yggdrasil, over which there is a giant hanging maybe. The Gallopolitan region is a desert we quickly find the castle-town, with a very interesting blue tent rising over the walls that makes me immediately think of a King Slime. Knowing how to play an RPG, however, I ignore it to survey th
    1 point
  14. Coding is very left brained. Creating is right. Not many people are skilled with both sides. Some people just wanna create and that's why stuff like Mario Maker is so fun. Most games have team members that focus on design or coding. Personally, I can design a great looking and functional site, but I can't code it. I'm too right brained. Well, that and web coding is some of the most unimaginative, unintuitive crap out there...because it's all by left brained people.
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  15. I know this makes me sound terribly gate-keepy, but I frankly am not too fond of these "no coding required" game engines. I think like with any hobby you should be willing to put forth the effort to learn the necessarily skills to develop a video game -- coding, of course, included. I think anything posing as a "do x without this common roadbump to doing x" solution is on the whole detrimental to the person looking to engage with that hobby. As silly as it sounds, it's almost just the same as an application which presents itself as a "write a novel without being fluent in any language by click
    1 point
  16. Not that I made the up or anything. I can't help it if NPCs also call him PotPinchParry, and Randyhomeraider.
    1 point
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