Ronnie

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About Ronnie

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  • Birthday 10/12/84

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    Patrick
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  1. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Early 2022)

    You forgot... 'for you not to start in your bedroom and say goodbye to your mom before starting your journey' tbf I don't know if that's actually how all the games start, probably not, I just get that impression
  2. Marvel's Phase 4

    You would think your first sentence would have been obvious and judgements around them based on that fact. Anyway you're definitely not the only one wanting something weird and different like that. The series started really strongly for me, loved the first 3 or 4 episodes, then it steadily got more dull and generic MCU we've seen a thousand times before. Not watched the most recent episode though, will do at some point I guess.
  3. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Early 2022)

    I'm sure they'd continue to cater for that too, just a bit less frequently. It's as if someone said after A Link to the Past, they only want Zelda to cater to the top down 2D adventure game niche. We wouldn't have gotten the amazing 3D instalments. Reality is we get both. Same with Mario and any other franchises. After dozens of games, surely it's time for Pokemon to evolve a bit, now that the technology is there. No, it's just an assumption based on almost nothing. And traditional Zelda games aren't dead and buried, Link's Awakening was just remade a year and a half ago, Skyward Sword HD is a thing now, and A Link Between Worlds was the previous title before BOTW.
  4. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Early 2022)

    It's funny, everyone keeps pleading for Game Freak to actually evolve mainline Pokemon games and be more ambitious which is fair enough... but now that they're finally trying it, everyone says they can't do it justice which is also fair enough Do they never staff up? You know, the studio in charge of one of the biggest franchises in the world.
  5. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Early 2022)

    Excited for people excited but dear lord that's one ugly game. Feels like Wii era visuals, at best.
  6. Playstation 5 Console Discussion

    Terrible news about Japan Studio, but yay for Astro I guess
  7. Totally agree with this. It might have done Mario + Rabbids a big favour, but it was still a shitty thing to do from Emily Rogers. I think she's learned from that though and hasn't leaked any specific games since.
  8. Kena: Bridge of Spirits (24th August 2021)

    It's getting to the point where you can't trust any initial release date anymore, from most studios. Anyway, looks amazing. Actually I don't understand how it can look that good tbh, even on new gen hardware. I'd love to know what to expect from this, are we talking a 5-6 hour adventure or is it something more substantial. I'm fine either way would just like to know so I can manage expectations because they're sky high atm. Feels Zelda-like which is obviously ok by me!
  9. Returnal (30th April 2021)

    I don't normally like scary games but I might actually be tempted by this, craving something to play on my PS5. Definitely one to wait for a sale though, £70 seems crazy steep. Looks pretty at least. If it's not nightmare material I'll probably get it. A demo would be nice?
  10. Went in with fairly low expectations and was still disappointed. Really poor showing, almost seemed a pointless one tbh. And no Ratchet or Horizon footage?? wtf. I was sure at least the former would get something. I swear Oddworld Soulstorm has been coming out for about five years now. Kena looks amazing at least. Almost too good to be true amazing! Another delay though :-(
  11. Just 100%'d Bowser's Fury, (no spoiler pics to prove it needed) great fun! Really enjoyed that, much more than I thought I would. It genuinely felt like a full fledged (if much shorter) Mario game. Really interesting to see them shake things up again and experiment like this, the formula definitely works for a future game. I did think it was a bit weird that you could nab a cat shine, make the lighthouse glow, turn your back to it, then spin the camera around again and it would have gone back to being corrupted and new course elements would have magically appeared in that split second. That took a while to wrap my head around, so that would definitely need some work. But overall, had a great time.
  12. The Star Wars Thread

    I'm happy to go with whatever you think is best! Thanks for the link, so start with episode 16 of season 2, got it! I really can't promise I'll stick with it, but will give it a try and see... ...At some point in the next 70 days
  13. The Star Wars Thread

    70 days to watch Clone Wars I guess
  14. Yeah maybe it comes down to taste, talking specifically about PS5 exclusives it's really just Ratchet and Horizon this whole year for me, but I'll definitely play Mass Effect and LEGO Star Wars. Hopefully Kena lives up to the hype, looking forward to seeing more of that tomorrow.