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About Sméagol

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    N-Europe Forum Aficionado
  • Birthday 06/15/82

Personal Information

  • Real Name
  • Location
    Schiedam, Netherlands.
  • Interests
    Other than games: House music, films, anime, and especially Miss Italia contests.
  • Occupation
    Professional Slacker.


  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    New: NES, N64, GameCube (platinum), GBA (milky blue), GBA Micro (Famicom), DS Lite (black), Wii, DSi (black), Switch. 2nd hand: SNES.
  • Other Systems Owned
    2nd hand: VecTrex.
  • Favourite Game?
    So many!
  • Favourite Video Game Character?
    The sexy ones.
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    1077 2707 8116
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  1. Fire Emblem: Three Houses (26th July 2019)

    You may want to better plan your final classes though. I regret not paying more attention to it in the beginning. I'm finally now near the end of my first playthrough, and it's only now that I know what I want for my team. But not everyone's going to get their masterclass. Basically most masterclasses are "it's the same class. But on a horse". So if you want your magic users on a horse for example, you need to teach them horse riding. But this is better done on the field, so you need to actually make them a cavalier. Which also means they'll need minimal lance skills. You can use those class chores (forgot what they're were called) for horse riding, but this may not be enough in itself.
  2. Netflix

    Altered Carbon s2 is coming 27-02-2020.
  3. Outer Wilds

    Mark Brown (game maker's toolkit) did a video about it, and I'm definitely interested. If they do a Switch port I'll probably get it there, otherwise I'll get it on PC at some point.
  4. Mass Effect: Andromeda

    After 3 years (haha, damn), I finally started playing this. Don't know why, because I won't be able to play it for the next 10 days. Anyway, I'm enjoying it so far. It's too early to tell, there's things I think are imrpoved over the previous ME games, and there are things that are worse, but overall I'm liking it, and it looks like something I would have liked a sequel for, or extra story dlc, but we know how that turned out. Oh and obviously playing this game 3 years after launch helps, as I don't experience the game as it was at launch. Anyway, I did Eos, established an outpost there, then went to the ice planet first. Prologue could have been more streamlined, I would have liked a bit more linearity there. Was getting used to the controls and the fact it was open world, and I had a hard time locating a person. But it was better on Eos, and I liked driving the Mako Nomad. I like how you find the "normal " (linear) levels within the open world sections, that's an improvement over ME1 I like. Overall I like the exploration, though sometimes I still want more shooty stuff to do, like more linear but perhaps less elaborate side missions. The balance between ME1 style and ME2/3 is better, though it could still be improved. I took the default character by the way (though I used the custom character to change the default first ability and obviously changed Shepard to female). I kinda liked how the default looked, and while I played with the custom appearance, I couldn't be arsed to redesign the twin to match.
  5. bad stuff thread.

    I dunno who that is. Don't worry, I'll replace him with another hot babe soon.
  6. Star Trek Masturbatathon

    I wonder if there's going to be some sort of connection between Picard and Discovery.
  7. bad stuff thread.

    Time for a new Windows re-install.
  8. Netflix

    That's pretty cool, though I still intend to collect all of them on Blu-ray at some point, the cool Japanese releases. All of them, so that includes the best like Nausicaa and Kiki's delivery service, and the worst, like Tales from Earthsea and Grave of the fireflies.
  9. Whenever the fuck you want (well, apart from doing the plateau first). Like Ronnie says, just explore and find some shrines first. If you're struggling with combat, shrines will help out. Make sure to do all the Bokoblin camps you come across, just to practice combat. Those combat shrines are actually good practice too, those guardians are a good way to practice shield parrying, very useful in combat, plus they reward you with some good weapons. You can practice shield parrying too with the derelict ones you find scattered in the field. The best place to get weapons? Hyrule Castle. But that will be too daunting for you right now.
  10. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Haha. That looks stupid. Stupidly fun! I think I may have heard about it, but then forgot.
  11. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    If they can make Phoenix Wright work, I'd like to see him over a lot of other characters, but I just can't see it happening from a gameplay perspective. Viewtiful Joe on the other hand, would be perfect, and, also from a gameplay perspective, would make a better character than say someone from RE since he inherently has more moves to work with. But he's lacking the popularity. I would love to see both as assist trophies though, I think they may be more suited for that for overall reasons. Ryu at least has both the relevance and various moves to work with. Various power-ups can be his special moves, and his recovery move should be an eagle that appears out of nowhere that damage boosts him upwards. Wouldn't mind seeing Rayman as well, for some western representation.
  12. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Thread

    @Vileplume2000, (and.. @Dcubed? who did the jackbox stream?), what are your streaming set-ups?
  13. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Thread

    Nice Shantae stage haha.
  14. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Thread

    Nice finale with that bomb.
  15. Your 2020 Gaming Diary

    I don't think there were enough cutscenes in Iconoclasts. Game's pretty good, love the sprites, love the upgrades, and I really love the worldbuilding, but they leave some things to vague, and not all the characters are developped well.