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About Aneres11

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    N-Europe Forum Aficionado
  • Birthday 05/16/88

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    Gaming, Tennis, Reading
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  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    N64, GameCube, Wii Red Mario Edition, DSi XL Red Mario Edition, GameBoy Micro
  • Favourite Game?
    Eternal Darkness
  • Favourite Video Game Character?
    Mario and Sonic - I have 2... :D
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  1. General Switch Discussion

    I bloody loved Links Awakening and I'm not a huge Zelda fan. I pretty much never finish Zelda games (BOTW was the exception). I did have to consult a guide for Links Awakening a few times, as like others said some old school elements remain which don't make a great deal of sense. But it was a great game IMO. I'm playing Diamond now and not enjoying it. Think it's the worst in the series and I've played them all. I enjoyed sword but hated the raids and the mega evolution stuff. Or whatever it's called now. But for me, Sword was a better game.
  2. It still doesn't help, though. I have strength, but strength is greyed out despite a Pokémon in my party knowing it. So I can't get past the cave to get to celestic town. I apparently now need defog which is obtained by someone in the safari? I mean I may have missed something here but why the hell would it be in the bloody safari. Anyway, to the safari I go.
  3. This is by far the most confusing Pokémon gsme I've ever played. It's the only entry in the series I never actually bought, as that was around the time I fell out with Pokémon in general. Playing Brilliant Diamond all I have done is consult a guide about where to go next. The path to follow after gym 4 is so unclear it's crazy. And there are SO many battle encounters literally everywhere. My Pokémon are level 36 and I'm now going into areas with Pokémon at level 20-25. It's making it all a bit easy. Ill stick with it, but this could be one of the worst in the series for me.
  4. Playstation 5 Console Discussion

    Jeez. The coloured ones make it look even worse than the white!
  5. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    Already followed a YT guide for it and still didn't manage to beat it. It's far far too complex to understand that you need to use the eart turtle thing to raise the platform so you're not wiped out by its wave. Add in the stupid sliding rings and how complex that can be AND the fact that the boss scrubs some of tiles off the floor with water... And you've got one of the worst sections of gaming I've ever seen. All the YT comments echo how bad it is, sadly.
  6. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    The water dragon boss. Everything that is wrong with this game. How the developers can create such a sublime experience everywhere else and then also do... That, is beyond me. Dreadful.
  7. Sackboy: A Big Adventure (PS5)

    I mean Ratchet aside, incredible isn't the word I'd use. The other 2 were just ok for me. This game never went beyond filler for me.
  8. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    I haven't played this all week as not has the time. Fired it up last night and couldn't stop laughing at Olivia calling the Bob-omb all-sorts of different names. Bhomas absolutely ended me. 🤣🤣.
  9. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    Yeah I got to that bit last night. I just reached the Autumn section. Good god I didn’t think the game could look any better. It is visually stunning. Had to fight two bosses in quite quick succession with the dreadful battle mechanic yesterday. The pencils and the turtle. Both torture. But the rest of it is keeping me hooked so far.
  10. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    Ah interesting to hear you both felt the same. The actual game play outside the battles is so much fun. It's not taxing at all, but the game looks so good and is bursting with charm that it's just a joy to play. I could have a whole adventure of just that without the battle system. I really hope I don't get fatigued with the battling and it prevents me from finishing it.
  11. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    Played some more of this. I really like it! Having such fun... However. I do not like this battle mechanic. I know that's all part of the series, but at the moment it basically feels like I'm playing Pokémon Blue and trying to get through Mt.Moon with no Repel. One after another after another. It's just a bit relentless. And I don't enjoy having a timer annoying me to line the enemies up. If it were just a game without this, then it'd be amazing! But it adds absolutely nothing to me. It isn't fun. At all. Maybe it'll grow on me!
  12. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    Wowsers. I've only played 30 minutes but this game is gorgeous. I'm blown away with the aesthetic! And I know I sound like an absolute broken record now about the OLED switch but I can not believe just how much better games look on it! Especially really vibrant games like this! Looking forward to playing more.
  13. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    TBH I just want to experience this amazing water effect everyone went crazy for haha.
  14. Paper Mario: The Origami King

    I picked this up from LAME earlier. It was £35 and sealed which is pretty unheard of in there. Now I’m done with Metroid, I am looking forward to giving this a go. I don’t have much experience at all with this series, so perhaps not the best one to start with… but it piqued my interest at the time so hopefully I enjoy it.