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YangustheLegendaryBandit

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  1. Haha, that’s how I feel on those games. I was disappointed Death Stranding ended up the way it did since I was looking forward to what Kojima could do, but...major disappointment.
  2. Is this the same buddy who borrowed your DQ11S forever and never made any progress?
  3. Perhaps that was his plan. I really haven’t found any other dungeon crawlers that give me the same enjoyment Etrian does. Sword City would be the closest, but it doesn’t quite have the same team synergy style going for it that I find so inviting about Etrian.
  4. Romancing SaGa 3: Went to the resort town of Great Arch and found several treasure caves thanks to NPCs in the area. Last one was the biggest and had a lot of good new armor in it. After that, I went back to Pidona to sail to any towns I haven’t been to yet, and went to the town of Vanguard. Got a tip off about a small village north of the city and from there learned about a dragon who lives in the mountains, so that’s where I’m at now. Currently at the start of the dragon’s lair. Seems to be a dragon named Gwayne, so we’ll see if I can handle this yet. Octopath Traveler: Put this back in
  5. #$*!ing hell. It did that two times but apparently I only caught it the second time. This is why I don’t talk Pokémon. Man, I can barely remember most Pokémon names, let alone spell them right. You guys are lucky I’m as close as I am! If you listen to the recent Side Quest episode you’ll hear I’m not that great with Pokémon names.
  6. Totadile and Mudkip are my favorites. Back in Silver my Totadile and it’s evolutions were the only Pokémon I really remember using, and I’m pretty sure it carried me through the Elite Four. Didn’t have that as much with Mudkip and it’s evolutions, but when it became Swampert it did become the head of my team more and more. I think my final team after beating the game was Swampert, Shedinja, Groudon, Rayquaza, Metagross, and Salamance.
  7. First thing I always look up on a series is whether the games are connected or not. Usually I don’t look up a guide unless I’m absolutely stuck. I see no shame in that.
  8. It’s a sophisticated boobie game.
  9. ‘appy birfday @Wes! Hope it’s a diamond of a day for ya!
  10. I’ve thought the same for DQ9. After 5 minutes of playing the game on my 3DS, I nope’d out pretty quick.
  11. Didn’t make a lot of progress in RS3 the past two days, but I did find a good grinding spot so I was taking advantage of that for my party. In the town of Pidona, there is a Dream World you can explore via Muse’s side quest. Every encounter has a single enemy, a Tapir, but defeating them will always give you a Tapir’s Tear which will fully heal the party’s HP, SP, and MP. So as you can probably guess, you go all out in fights to help raise your SP and MP levels by using skills or magic like crazy respectively, then after battle use a Tear and BAM! Fully healed party. I made a back up save befo
  12. No, the current mobile version is based on a previous mobile version of DQ3 that was released in Japan. It uses the Super Famicom version for visuals, but it lacks the Pachisi/T’n’T boards, monster animations, the opening cutscene involving Ortega’s journey, several cutscenes no longer have certain visual effects such as Zoma’s figure no longer appearing in Aliahan Castle after Baramos’ defeat...I could go on, but you get the point. There are a lot of changes. The Switch version is based on the current mobile version, just with some improved artwork for the characters and monster sprites.
  13. Sigh...well, Nintendo got me to buy some more amiibos. I didn’t realize the Champion amiibos for Zelda: Breath of the Wild had been reprinted already, so I bought the four of them tonight after work. There’s my Black Friday shopping along with the $2 I spent on the eshop last night.
  14. The Nintendo eshop Black Friday sales are live! Bought a game for a whopping $2 that’s been on my wishlist for quite a while now: Heavy Burger. It’s a mash up of Data East arcade games where you play as the character from Burger Time wielding a burger firing gun in a race to get the money to the bank in Bad Dudes. Every time you reach a goal, you jump to a new arcade machine. It’s as strange as it sounds but it’s actually really fun! Here’s some gameplay of the game in action with up to 4 players.
  15. Rare Replay. Eal said the game in his post. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rare_Replay Might as well tell you now that Rare did not make any turn based RPGs. They made stuff like Banjo-Kazooie.
  16. None of the SaGa games are connected. You can play 3 without having played 1 and 2. It’s like Final Fantasy and post Erdrick Trilogy Dragon Quest games: each game is its own thing. The Minstrel I mentioned is just a recurring character, kind of like how there’s always named Cid in Final Fantasy games. This game, for the time being, feels much easier than RS2 did, especially at the beginning. It was after @Plattym3and I started racing RS2 that we learned it’s one of the hardest games in the series period. Part of why it took me so long to finish it was because I needed breaks from it, but
  17. I’m just shy of 7 hours of progress in Romancing SaGa 3 from this weekend. It’s been an interesting experience playing, mainly because of how traveling around the world is so different compared to RS2. I have gone to quite a few locations and have been able to recruit a number of characters, including the Minstrel from other SaGa games, the small town super hero Robin, and a warrior of the north named Ward. Favorite so far has to be Nora the Blacksmith though. She hits like a truck and has very good HP. I am running into a problem I had in RS2 though, and that’s being unsure of where exac
  18. Shush you! Don't feed the Yangus! Just you wait for the Etrian episode. If you think I talk a lot now, wait till it’s a series I actually care about.
  19. Yangus is just deflecting from the fact that *somehow* Pokken Tournament became the longest discussion. Because it's the one we all played... right? I did a poor job explaining the game.
  20. You kept laughing at us for our heartfelt and sincere opening for the episode! I felt very hurt since we spent so long writing it!
  21. Are you sure the longer times weren’t from Bluestar laughing so much?
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