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  3. The Official Fire Emblem Thread

    I had heard of the news about a week ago and my face became a lot like my avatar's. Looking forward to hear some arranged FE7 tracks (gimme Black Fang's Theme!), and I'm curious to see if the FE6 arrangements are new (can't have too much of Shaman in the Dark, or Beneath a New Light).
  4. Super Bunnyhop just released an interesting video on Telltale's demise, namely how they had been mismanaging the company for years, now (and how that mismanagement might also be behind their more lacklustre releases post-Walking Dead). It's a pretty good watch.
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  6. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    I completely agree. I remember going back to the game a few years after I originally completed it and was quite happy to play through it all again. It’s a shame it hasn’t received (& seems unlikely to receive) a worldwide follow-up. The original was probably a little too light, and so a follow-up would’ve had so much scope to expand. I understand that not wanting to risk sales of the actual cards. I know others have already mentioned Pokemon Snap & Pinball. Along with the Trading Card Game these were the three games that immediately spring to mind, and I enjoyed all of them.
  7. General Retro Discussion

    There was no price on it, but it goes for £45 - £60 with a box on the website.
  8. General Retro Discussion

    How much was Phantasy Star? I've got 1 to 4 and in always surprised by how much they go for now. I swear I never paid more than £40 for any of them.
  9. Luigi's Mansion ( 3DS 2018 )

    This version has awkward controls, just like the original I guess...
  10. Binding Blade and Blazing Blade are getting a soundtrack release (FE6 already had one, don't think FE7 did though)! http://www.intsys.co.jp/works/sound/201812soundtrack.html
  11. General Switch Discussion

    The spiritual successor to the Gamecube's keyboard controller:
  12. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    The game was great back in the day (and still holds up). But the appeal was definitely being able to build proper decks without having spend money you didn't have on a box of cards (buying single packs sucks). I think the sequel was getting a fan translation. I don't think we'll get a new one due to TCGO being a thing where they can get money from that I believe. Actually I wouldn't mind just having a Switch port of that. I hate you for putting that song back in my head. Not really.
  13. Dragon Quest XI

    I'm a bit biased, but I like the music so it doesn't grate or get old with me. I agree the chase scene had inappropriate music, but it often hits you in the feels (or maybe that's just me) for example when you get to Dundrasil. Using DQIV's battle music at one point was genius and a nice throwback (which the game is full off, even the smallest thing can be a throwback). I'm sure there was an interview during the development where it was said DQXI would have a lot of new music, which didn't really turn out to be true, not sure if the translation was wrong or I'm misremembering though, and I'm too lazy to look it up. But that's the most disappointing thing, I would of liked a bit more variety and more new songs. The game was developed as a love letter to previous games in the series and such stuck a lot to the roots, which meant no voice acting and MIDI (although I was under the impression it was synthesised) as the series isn't really known for those, voice acting was originally added to DQVIII's localised version to appeal to Western markets more and then added to the Japanese remake, maybe because they planned to bring out the localised version overseas so they added it. The 3DS remakes are kind of the exceptions as they had orchestrated music which was removed for the localised version for reasons that aren't really clear but the general consensus is Sugiyama blocked it. In case of DQXI, at least both versions have parity. I think DQVIII may have set people's expectation too high, but saying the music is bad is overly exaggerated and in some people's complaints is bordering on entitlement. I think it's funny that the "but the developers original intent" argument is conveniently not even brought up in cases like this. The orachtrated music is much better than what's used in the game, there's no denying that, but we got what we got and at worst it's just "fine". Maybe the Switch version will use the orchestrated soundtrack. Also Square Enix keeps complaining about sales in the west but they never market the games enough or they take too long in getting the games out. You would think they would have taken notes from DQIX doing well because Nintendo actually pushed it, even if it did market it as a dress up game.
  14. Soul Calibur VI

    OK, I've now officially seen the greatest custom character ever made:
  15. I finished the game a couple days ago. All in all, it's still a classic, and I was very happy to play it again.
  16. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    Anyway silly jokes aside, I vaguely recall liking the game for reasons you picked up on @Glen-i; it was more convenient (if not as complete) than carrying cards and collecting more. I see there's a mobile version but seems like its gotten unfavourable reviews.
  17. bad stuff thread.

    Okay, the first one is weird but then it's kind of nice they were concerned? Maybe they're imaging how they would be? I don't know. As for the second one, if that's a date you were supposed to be going on, HELL TO THE NAW! I'd firstly make that point of her not answering back, providing screenshots of the messages, and then say "sorry, don't do irrational, aggressive (and not in the good way) clinginess. Laters"...but then I'm single and this is possibly why [emoji23] Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
  18. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    Other Pokemon spinoffs not already mentioned that I really enjoyed, Pokemon Pinball and Pokemon Conquest. I gave the online trading card game a try a while back. It's really low budget and bare-bones unfortunately. If they put the same amount of effort into it as something like Hearthstone or Gwent, it could be really great. And follow Gwent's example with a fully fledged single player campaign.
  19. KONAMI - What the hell are they doing!?

    So, David Hayter, Robin Atkin Downes and Kris Zimmerman have all been teasing something Metal Gear related on social media in recent days. It doesn’t seem like much, and I think it’s a bit far fetched to say for certain (apparently the last time something like this happened it was for a car advertisement...), but it will be the 20th Anniversary of Metal Gear Solid in North America tomorrow, and I could certainly see Konami wanting to cash-in on that in some way, whether immediately, or with a reveal at the TGAs as Downes seemed to imply could be the case. I’m not sure how I would feel about that considering that Kojima-san will more than likely be in attendance, so... It could be nothing. It could also be those FOX Engine remakes which everyone has been screaming out for — or, you know, a remake of MGS in particular. I suppose it could also even be a Metal Gear Solid VI, a piece of Metal Gear Solid V DLC to round things off, or another spin-off attempt. Or VR. Or some more pachinko machines — a Metal Gear Solid x Castlevania pachinko machine? Konami — just what the hell are you doing?
  20. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    When Todd Snap gets into Smash. Guarantee it!
  21. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    Are you confirming that there's a sequel coming?
  22. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    Don't worry, @Ashley I'll get to that in due time. It's one of the stranger games in this catagory.
  23. General Switch Discussion

    Maybe. I don't really know obviously because I only have what I can see to go on, but personally I'm a lurker now because I have no switch and don't really feel there is much I can comment on. Also tbh I don't feel N-E is a safe place any more, on a number of occasions I've written out a reply on a topic I find interesting and then find myself proof reading to check if it could offend someone... then realise I can't really be bothered, so I just delete the post. The net result is I don't really feel part of the community any more, so it wouldn't be too hard to leave this place (and nor would it be noticed by anyone I suspect!) Actually I think I disappeared in the wii era when it started to feel that way. Anyway, I hope the community keeps going and becomes healthier, I guess we'll (some of us anyway) see in due course.
  24. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    Convenience was a big selling point for me. Not having to carry around your deck, playing mat and coin (Because every good TCG player had their own coin on them. I used the Aerodactyl one) is pretty nice. Not to mention, having the game around let you easily make decks and switch them around for any multiplayer sessions. I should know, I dabbled in both back then. I even went so far to as to join the official Pokemon Trading Card League. Got all 8 badges as well, because I'm super cool. I kinda fell out of it after that though, too many cards were getting released and I lost interest. And now whenever I see @Ugh first aid's collection, I'm just overwhelmed by the obvious power creep and new rules introduced. I probably would buy a modern day TCG video game though, despite that.
  25. Looking back at Pokémon spinoffs

    I have a friend that's very fond of that game and really wishes for another installment. Which is long overdue if it's going to happen. Even though I find the idea of a digital card game a bit weird ..
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