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About MindFreak

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  • Location
    Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Interests
    Gaming, exercising
  • Occupation
    MSc in Mathematics and prof. master in Software Engineering, now Software Engineer


  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    NES, N64, GBC, GCN, Wii, DS, 3DS, Wii U, Switch
  • Other Systems Owned
    Xbox 360
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    0124 3365 5447 6580
  • Nintendo Wi-Fi Friend Codes
    Brawl: 3050-7388-7979
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  1. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    All gyms taken defeated, all Team Star bases dissolved, and all Titans calmed. Just need to defeat Elite 4 and the final-final boss of Team Star to be done with the game. It hasn't been bad but I must say that the gyms were simply too easy without any level scaling. I was far overlevelled when I finally challenged the Alfonada gym. I still haven't settled on the final member of my team: It seems that a lot of the new Pokémon are dark or ghost types so they don't fit into my team as I already have one of each (which is stupid, I know, but I like Ceruledge a lot and Meowscarada is a good grass type on my team).
  2. Sonic Frontiers

  3. It has? The one with Mushroom Kingdom, here we come?
  4. When compared directly like that he does seem a bit more flat than the other versions but who knows, maybe that gives a more pleasant viewing over the course or 90 minutes or more.
  5. Still digging it, looks solid. Surprised they left out Goombas, though. I would have expected them to include Goombas and make them like Minions.
  6. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    Just took down 2 Gyms in an hour which leaves me with just 1 left. Really disappointed by this, they are piss easy and the Gym tests are absurd and just not any fun, except the double battle warm up which was basically just battles like it should be. It was still too easy, though. They really should have had some level scaling options. That said, Garchomp and Ceruledge are absolute beasts that can take down Nemona and Gyms by themselves. Still need one Titan and two Team Star bases. In general, the game is decent fun but everything is just made trivially easy since they have made the Pokémon too underlevelled to accommodate the open world structure. Only found 1 Pokémon I couldn't defeat, it was a level 75 Terrastelyzed Lucario in a cave but I was able to escape. The game is also stupidly slow. The battles drag out because every action is followed by a delay, and because walking about is just slow. Luckily the world isn't that big. Even though the game is a technical failure, I haven't actually encountered anything other than graphical glitches and a single sudden crash. That's at least something. I haven't even made my final team yet. Still dragging a Clodsire along but can't settle on which Pokémon I want.
  7. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    Ouch. That's rough. Write-up here if you don't want to watch the video.
  8. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    There is a move called False Swipe which will leave the Pokémon at 1 HP. That has been there for long. Seems like this is the shortest Pokémon game in ages. I can see the rest of my adventure being quite fast having a team of level 45. I now returned to the central city and went east this time and everything is just level 20 or below. :/
  9. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    Two Titans and three Gyms down. My entire team is about level 40 now, I wonder how overpowered I'll end up being for the remaining Gyms.
  10. General Switch Discussion

    This is pretty cool. Found in a datamine of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe:
  11. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    Got a few laughs tonight. Took down my first Titan and Team Star Base today. Titan was Flying. Wasn't as epic as I had hoped and why didn't they show levels? Team Star Base - why am I limited to only three Pokémon here? I'm taking down an evil organisation but I can only bring three Pokémon (except for the boss which allows me to use all 6). But when I challenge Gyms, I can bring in a full team against a team of three. It's hard to understand why they don't add a bit more rules to the Gym challenge instead of adding stupid minigames. Speaking of: Oh, is there actually anything to do in the cities? I've visited two now and the only shops there are only sandwich shops and shops that sell clothes and gear. Does anyone have anything to actually say in these cities? No side quests?
  12. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    It's a shame that level scaling isn't a thing with the gyms. I suspect that it's the same with the Titans?
  13. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    I found it more fun to actually catch the Pokémon i Legends, but battles are way better here. The world itself is a bit barren and the Poklémon that inhabit it are not doing anything at all, and some of them are even hard to see (I play handheld at the moment on the old Switch). The radar in the bottom is completely useless when you rotate the camera, the Pokémon moves in a weird way that cannot be right - disastrous that this went through QA.
  14. Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

    Nothing that beats that type very well. But I managed.