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Bururian

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  1. Funny story about this guy though is that I lost the charger for it ages ago, but a PSP charger has the same specs for it, so I charge it with my PSP charger now. It works out! It's also End of Life, so there's zero support for it. Windows 10 won't recognize the device so I can no longer update the music one it, but I have some 3,000 songs on it already. When I had Win7 installed I got the program to work, but even then it wasn't supposed to work. It took a lot of USB serial bus finagling to get it to see the device. It's not supported above XP. I'm thinking about running a VM of XP to see if I can get the system to see it so I can still manage music in some fashion.
  2. I still use a lot of old things. One of my favorite is this guy: It's a 30gb music player This guy came out in 2002, and operates on string theory. I don't know how it's still going, but I like using it better than my iPhone a lot of the time.
  3. While this is true, you're a person too.
  4. I remember when I played this game, I think I actually maxed out levels for all characters and at least a couple of the jobs, but not all of them. I really enjoyed Bravely Default, but if you say that to the wrong person, they'll bring up a specific portion of the game very time
  5. You definitely deserve it after all of this, my dude
  6. I finished Metroid Prime1 at 100% completion, so I'm taking a break from Metroid at the moment, doing two games back to back like that. I'll likely continue on with Prime 2 after I go through another game or two from another franchise. I'm going through MMBN1, which I posted about in the RPG general thread.
  7. As a lifelong Mega Man fan, I skipped Battle Network. While I liked Mega Man and RPGs exclusively, I didn't like the two mixed. 20 years later I'm actually giving it a try. It's not too bad. I'm halfway through the game now. The encounter rate is a little too high for my liking, but that's the only real complaint I have about the game. Also, playing it on the Wii U VC is way better than trying to play via handheld.
  8. You've helped out so much over the years. How can I not donate?
  9. Glad to hear it. Once you get the games, you should swing back by and tell us how you're enjoying them.
  10. If his heal spells aren't just Lay on Hands, I dunno what he is. He casts radiant, can heal, does magical spell damage too? 100% a Paladin class.
  11. That's the Switch version, right? How is it comparatively? I played the on the PS3 originally and it was nice, but I never got far in it.
  12. Instead of playing Zero Mission again since I beat it in only 4 hours, I decided to start Metroid Prime instead. I haven't played that game in nearly a decade, probably. I forgot just how good that game looked. Sometimes you remember games and think they looked amazing, then you see them again and they did not. Metroid Prime is the outlier here. It still looks amazing despite being a 19 year old game. I made sure to play this on a little CRT and it looks phenomenal! I put about 2 hours into the game, and I already have 20% of items/scans while heading into Phendrana Drifts. These games really grip me. Those two hours felt like 5 minutes until I stopped to check my phone. Really looking forward to playing more tomorrow.
  13. Think of it this way: You want real copies because you have a soft spot for them, but this money isn't going to the developer in any way. that $400 AUD would be going into the pocket of some online seller that is making profit off your soft spot. I agree with Dwaine, you have better accessibility for DQ5 by doing mobile as your money would go to the developers instead of John Nobody. As for the Rocket Slime, I would say that if you really want a cart, look at reproduction ones of the GBA game at the least. That shouldn't break the bank by comparison.
  14. I was feeling pretty nostalgic last night, so I started a new file on Final Fantasy Explorers. I was really excited when it came out that I ordered the Collector's Edition off the Square Enix store when it was advertised. When I did get it, I had three other friends where we'd get lunch once a week and play for an hour or two. I really do miss doing that. It was a lot of fun. The only not fun thing is the CE came with a code for DLC missions that were tied to the save file so they can't be used again for a 2nd save file, and if my OG save file gets deleted...goodbye DLC missions. I have a cheat device for my 3DS, so I edited in the DLC missions on my 2nd save file since all those missions are actually on the card. The code card included with the game just flags the missions as active. That's really heinous. Anyways, I'm several missions into a new game as a Knight, and been enjoying it, so we'll see where it takes me this time.
  15. I mean, it'll only take a few hours to get through if you're fast enough.
  16. Another old man pairing. He's definitely more of a father figure than a OTP kinda situation. Since he was a tutorial person in Joker 2, he'd be a very supportive figure
  17. I have completed Metroid Zero Mission now. at just over the 4 hour mark, I got one of the worse endings. Which is fine. I've never been great at getting the speedy endings for these games. I think however, I'm going to do one Mainline Metroid a game per month and replay it maybe if I feel like it. Since it's 4 months until release, I get to do : June - Metroid Zero Mission July - Metroid 2 (Likely AM2R) August - Super Metroid September - Metroid Fusion That will lead me perfectly into Metroid Dread without bombarding myself with 4 Metroid games at once.
  18. Back when I was playing Nocturne in the PS2 days when it was new, most of the older SMT fans were pretty chill about stuff, but there was always a few that took it too far. Unless you were doing the most efficient route/demon fusing, you weren't playing it right. That's why I appreciate you all here. Everyone is chill enough about stuff.
  19. Oh my god, this is the best. I've been wanting to work on my Spanish and this will be good motivation for me to do so. You are amazing!
  20. That is not a bad idea at all...
  21. With the announcement of Metroid Dread, and seeing some other friends talking about it, I decided to play through Metroid 1 again. ...Except I didn't want to do the NES version. I also don't own the GBA version Zero Mission on cart. I tried to emulate, but the game had really wonky frame rate.... Then I remembered, they released the game on the Wii U, so I hooked my Wii U back up and spent $8 on a copy there. I have worked my way through Zebes, and gotten through the Tourian area and am onto the next area after that. It's been over a decade since I played this game last. It's such a QoL improvement on the NES game that I don't think I could ever go back to it. I'm nearing the end of it now and may roll over (pun intended) to a replay of the Metroid 2 remake on the 3DS. It's too bad that There's no way to play that one on a TV like I can with all the other games at this point. I definitely prefer it over playing on a hand held.
  22. I have been playing a Metric ton of Deep Rock Galactic. I can't get enough of this game. I had never even heard of it until someone gifted me a copy of it a month ago today. I expected to play it with my friend until he or I got tired of it, but I've been playing almost daily for the last month. Some of it's features are why I love it: Space Dwarves Customizable facial hair 1-4 Player co-op PVE NO PVP Procedural generated caverns 100% destructible environments There is plenty to do to keep me engaged. Four classes to choose from. Different Hazard ratings (Difficulty) will affect your after mission stats so you earn more if you play on more difficult settings. Last week, I unlocked a mission assignment for 'Lethal' difficulty, the hardest difficulty. I can't wait to unlock that to play with my friends. On top of that, you upgrade gear for each class, so the materials you get from the missions are used to improve your gear in an organic way. You unlock paint jobs and other visual changes for weapons from upgrading your weapon. There are even things that will spawn in the level that will unlock stuff like new colors for your gear and victory poses for your Dwarf when you finish a mission. Heck, you even get to upgrade how your Pickaxe looks from finding parts in the missions. Once each class hits level 25, you get to promote them and you get to access even more content because of this. I just hit 25 with my Driller so I have to do my Promotion mission set, then I unlock new features to use, one of which I am really looking forward to. "Deep Dives". I know these are going to be good because there is an achievement that says "Finish a Deep Dive in 45 minutes". Regular missions take me 30-40 minutes already to do, so I am super looking forward to what Deep Dives are all about. I have looked up absolutely nothing about this game, and it has been the best decision I've made. I cannot get enough of this game. I'm already thinking about playing when I get home, and that's in 6 hours from now.
  23. Doric would definitely be super supportive of the Female DQB2 Hero. He'd be the kind of guy, while still being king, rooting for her all the way in anything she did.
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