GenericAperson

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About GenericAperson

  • Rank
    Regular
  • Birthday 12/01/90

Personal Information

  • Location
    Swindon, England
  • Interests
    Gaming, Tokusatsu, Internet Browsing, Youtube, watching Football, Watching F1, Xpert Eleven
  • Occupation
    IT

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  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    GBA, DS, 3DS, GameCube, Wii, Wii U, Switch
  • Other Systems Owned
    PS2, PS3, PS4
  • Favourite Game?
    Final Fantasy VI
  • Favourite Video Game Character?
    Don't have a favourite
  • Gender
    Male
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    SW-8429-6017-6403
  • 3DS Friend Code
    1332-8105-4437
  • Nintendo Network ID
    GenericAperson
  • PSN Number
    GSAperson
  1. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    OK, here it is, the final. I put a lot of effort into this one to make it seem final-ish so I would appreciate you give it a watch:
  2. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Two Mii Fighter tournament videos for you all The second one has a match that has an amazing ending.
  3. Pokémon Sword & Pokémon Shield (2019, Switch)

    To be fair, a lot of video game characters don't change their clothes for snowy areas, not many developers think of that kind of thing. RPGs in particular seem to be guilty especially when character appearance is tied to apperance a la Xenoblade. It's a wonder Shulk doesn't freeze to death if you have no equipment on him while at Valak Mountain...
  4. Selling Games - Yes or No?

    I think these should answer that question Yeah, I like to keep a collection as opposed to selling games but I am not opposed to selling them. I tend to keep beaten games even if I thought they were rubbish but I have sold a few games before and even in the present if I started them but never finished them or had no plans to ever finish because I didn't enjoy the game enough. I recently have been selling a few games like this. I also sold Pokken Tournament on Wii U but only becuase I wanted to buy the far superior Switch version of the game, though I also like to keep hold of the "first" games for that console in certain situations. Though, I have lost some of my game cartridges over time or given them away unintentionally but I think it takes a few years of being a gamer to decide whether you want to be someone who keeps a collection or sells the games to keep themselves going. Then again, the extreme approach is to sell every game no matter how good it is and only ever keep the "best games of all time" so I suppose it depends on what your standards of quality are.
  5. Your 2019 Gaming Diary

    Still playing through Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (Switch). While this game has been a bit of a slow burner and some aspects I've needed to get used to... it's really starting to ramp up now. Just come off of a major story event which has upped the ante somewhat and this game's soundtrack is really growing on me. While they couldn't get Uematsu for this one, the guy they got in place delivered a pretty solid soundtrack with some quality pieces of music right up there with the previous games even if it's not immediately obvious. Ozmone Plains has an especially great tune. If anyone here enjoyed the Xenoblade game and played previous Final Fantasy games I highly recommend this one now if you've never played it before. Turns out even with the Gambit System on the game can still be pretty intense, especially during boss fights. I was fighting Tiamat and switched to my usual boss strategy... only for him to be a Reflect spammer and forcing me to use Dispel if I wanted to do any magic damage to it. This type of battle system, like in Xenoblade, does place a lot of focus on the summons/limit break type moves moreso than standard spells and the way they are implemented feels exactly like Xenoblade... guess MonolithSoft had a game of reference for this. I am just about to leave Mt Bur-Omisage after about 27 hours of gametime, though the time may have been exaggerted by leaving the game on pause... whoops. Anyway, here are a few tweets from my recent play sessions
  6. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Time for the sequel that no one wanted! Another Smash Bros. Mii Fighter tournament (featuring another 32 Mii Fighters that missed out on the initial tournament due to the randomiser, I have over 64 of them!)
  7. Bit late for nominations. Game Boy Color was my first video game console though as far as actual Game Boy Color games go I didn't play too many. Virtual Console did add to that though. 1. Pokemon Gold/Silver/Crystal 2. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages 3. Pokemon Pinball 4. Pokemon Trading Card Game 5. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons Yeah, game variety wasn't exactly something I sought out in my early days of gaming as I was massively obssessed with Pokemon. The Zelda games were something I only caught up with on Virtual Console. I had other games on GBC like Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone (would have made the list had I not played the Oracle games) and Star Wars Episode I Racer but most of my games were Pokemon.
  8. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Made a new stage not so long ago...
  9. Detective Pikachu - The Movie

    I got in on the act too myself...
  10. Your 2019 Gaming Diary

    Been a while since my last update, so here's more on my current playthrough of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (Nintendo Switch). Game has certainly grown on me some more and I have just got my first Esper after finishing the Tomb of Raithwall. For context, the story has combined all six of the main party members together now and I found another boss that I got stuck on, the Judge... but only because I accidentally equipped Penelo with an accessory that causes permanent Silence. And she's the White Mage on the team. Anyone who has previously played any Final Fantasy game can understand the problem right there xD. Shoutout to the Moogles aboard the Dreadnought I had obviously passed that point and made my way across the Sandsea section which somehow looks familiar in design even though I can't quite place it. Big area with a lot of dead ends but it's a bit samey if I'm to be perfectly honest. Also unlocked Quickenings, which remind me of Xenoblade Chronicles' chain attacks Got to the Tomb of the Raithwall and... oh no, they brought back the Demon Wall from Final Fantasy VII! I love the design of this thing but after deciding to fight the first one... I got a Game Over because it squashed me. Whoops! Anyway I got the Esper at the end of the dungeon and have just left. This is the point where I am at.
  11. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    It all concludes today... Who will the winner be? Also, there's an announcement at the end of the video...
  12. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    @Glen-i Watched the first video, some quality goof ups from some people in those battles... For anyone who was watching the Smash Bros. Ultimate Mii Fighter Tournament, the semi-finals have finally been uploaded On another note The Runaway Guys Colosseum is doing Smash Bros. in about 15 minutes. It's an hour's block. http://www.twitch.tv/ProtonJon
  13. Your 2019 Gaming Diary

    Still playing Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (Nintendo Switch). Party are getting close to double digits in terms of levels and I have reached the point in the game where you have to take an airship to Bhujerba to save Penelo. I must say I'm really not sure about the Gambit system, with the options available to you it kind of makes sure you can deal with any situation. Early on in the game enemies didn't feel threatening enough to be able to overwhelm your Gambits. I appreciate bringing game elements of ATB from FFIV-IX and combining them with a more seamless design but... maybe I've been spoiled by the Xenoblade games from which MonolithSoft clearly used FFXII as their template. In FFXII fights feel inconsequential as the music doesn't change whenever you get into a battle and you can just not do anything and have the other character hack the opponents to death. Boss battles don't really feel that more involved, a few extra reactions are needed from the player but the fact that you can use Gambits to cover party healing means that it wasn't until the following boss where a party member got taken out... which just so happened to be my mage :/ Also, huge shout out to the "stealth" section. It is the most stealthiest stealth section I've ever seen, where you pretty much tell everyone exactly where you are and then run away using the level design to get them to move to a different location and not get caught. It's kind of hilarious.
  14. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Quarter Finals up: Also I made a new stage: