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  1. Ys 4: Memories of Celceta (PC) - $14.99
  2. Here is the US version of the Little Nightmares giveaway: https://www.bandainamcoent.com/games/little-nightmares-2
  3. Didn't quite make my prediction of end of the year, but what's an additional 10 days? Finished off the Switch version of Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line (1987) today. Play time was 18 hours and 55 minutes. Also started and finished off Resident Evil 3 Remake twice in one day. First play was a little over 4 hours, second play was a little over 2 hours.
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    Edge of Eternity

    Minor Patch Fixes and adjustments: Improved performances when loading a submap (cities, jungle, areas, etc...), and reduced linked stuttering Removed a lot of micro-freezes through the game Opening a chest will not freeze the game anymore when using a low end CPU/HDD pair Overall CPU/GPU performance improvement Improved cutscene transitions through the game (and fixed characters popping during transitions) Fixed some UI rendering in 21:9 and 32:9 ratios Improved start battle loading speed (also it does not freeze anymore and the camera is not stuck in a weird position during this freeze anymore) Cleaned Oboros tutorial battle nexus positions Fixed multiple collisions issues Fixed clipping issues in the Vanguard map Fixed a bug that could spin the camera during a tutorial Fixed some canvas scaling issues with tutorial area masks Reduced "vibrations" when the battle camera was colliding Improved drone animations Improved Myrna cutscene in Herelsor loading speed Fixed a bug with intermediary quest markers that would never update to the next one Fixed multiple softlocks Dense vegetation is now correctly clipping when using tactical camera or battle move Multiple localization fixes Fixed a bug where swapping Nekaroo model using the wardrobe when mounted resulted in the player getting out of bounds Fixed issue with some corpse model that were still breathing and blinking Fixed some NPC stacking in Herelsor
  5. Falcom revealed character artwork for the protagonist and heroine of the newly announced The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki at Falcom Day 2020 Winter. The illustrations were drawn by Katsumi Enami, and the character designs are by Falcom. The characters’ names were not announced. The official website was updated with the following high-resolution image: The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki is due out in 2021 in Japan.
  6. Finally getting back to The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky FC. I'm hoping to plow through the entire Sky saga before the end of March. Also still slowly working through Dragon Quest II and Final Fantasy VI.
  7. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Deluxe Edition (PC) - $28.04 Lost Castle (PC) - $3.19 Little Witch Nobeta (PC) - $8.99 Neverinth (PC) - $6.39 Phasmophobia (PC) - $12.59 Shadows of Adam: Complete Edition (PC) - $5.02 SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption (PC) - $3.79 Tekken 7: Ultimate Edition (PC) - $19.79 Ys Seven (PC) - $14.99
  8. The anime film is set between season 1 and season 2.
  9. Not that I remember, but they didn't finish up various plot lines... and what sucks the most is they only really needed one more season to finish off the source material from what I've been told by others.
  10. It was decent enough. Felt like they rushed over a lot but then also took too much time on certain segments. Really cut a lot of the story out just to get to the fights... but was enjoyable enough overall.
  11. Dub is already airing. 7 episodes or something are already out on FUNimation's streaming service.
  12. Didn't play the PS4 version of the Definitive Edition. I did play the OG version on PS4 though. I played the Definitive on PC. Graphical downgrades are definitely pretty notable in a side by side comparison. However playing the game on it's own, you might never know the difference unless you're really looking for it.
  13. Haven't watched it yet. Addie and I will probably do so sometime this month though.
  14. It was so-so... but definitely would probably recommend playing the game first as otherwise it spoils quite a bit even though they changed up a bit of the story.
  15. Haven't heard anything but haven't exactly been keeping up with news lately.
  16. Just finished off DRAGON QUEST XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition. Only took a couple weeks to plow through the game and get 100% of the achievements, finished all side-quests, did all the extra definitive edition content, collected all costumes, etc. Total play time was around 104 hours.
  17. Merry Christmas!

    1. DarkRavie
    2. CardGames


      Ho Ho Ho! Or whatever. Happy New Year!! Die 2020 because 2021 will be FIRE (maybe. hopefully)

  18. Completed Ys 1 yesterday and started Ys 2. Most of the early Ys games are apparently fairly short, so I plan to breeze through them in the coming months. Ys 1 was fairly decent albeit very basic in the gameplay but I can definitely see how it lays the groundwork for future installments.
  19. Falcom has released the first official information and screenshots for The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki, the newly announced latest entry in the Trails series and its 40th anniversary commemoration title. It will launch in 2021 in Japan for unannounced platform(s). Beyond the blue sky, ahead of a flashing light, a land of dawning resides—. This latter half of the Trails series is about to begin! The setting moves to the Calvard Republic—. In 2021, Falcom will release The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki, the latest entry in the Trails series, as its 40th anniversary commemorative work. The Calvard Republic is a multi-ethnic nation experiencing unprecedented economic growth brought about by postwar reparations. In a corner of the capital of a huge nation where immigration issues bring about political instability and a new president is pushing for radical reform, a young man who works as a “Spriggan” (Underground Fixer) receives a peculiar job, which eventually develops into a situation that shakes the entire nation of Calvard. The command-style AT (Action Time) battle system used in previous Trails titles has been revamped! Seamlessly transition from action-oriented field battles to turn-based command battle systems while making use of the unique elements of the sixth generation combat orbment “Xipha” in a battle system evolved from the previous Trails titles. Kuro no Kiseki will feature many original elements that utilize its setting, including a “Topics” system that enables you to gather intel (topics) by communicating with NPCs throughout towns to create situations in your favor when you act as a Spriggan; and an “Alignment Flames” system in which your character’s three alignments (“Lawful,” “Gray,” and “Chaotic”) fluctuate depending on your play style, influencing various statuses, allies and adversaries, and even scenario developments. Please look forward to The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki, the latest entry in the Trails series, depicted in rich expression by Falcom’s new original engine! ■ Prologue Spriggans—a kind of “underground profession” born from the melting pot of diversity that is the Calvard Republic. Some days as detectives, some days as negotiators, and other days as bounty hunters, they are up for any job from any client. That includes cases even the police are unable to handle and issues citizens cannot discuss in public, as well as “honest” work from criminals and underground organizations. That was the style of the “underground fixers,” as they were called. S.1208. A schoolgirl wearing the uniform of a prestigious school visits an rundown building located in the old town of the Republic’s capital. “The Arclide Fixer Agency.” With a dignified gaze, the girl glances at the cold typography of a slate that bears this name. She swallows her breath and knocks three times with determination. “Yaaawn, well a client before noon is rare…” The mature, yet young; sloppy, yet composed voice of a man echoes as the doorknob slowly turned. —This is the beginning of a new Trails. Weekly Famitsu has a five-page interview with Falcom president Toshihiro Kondo, who shares the following additional tidbits: The game is set in the Republic of Calvard (the east side of the continent) in the year S.1208. The title is derived from the Japanese word for “Daybreak” (Reimei). This is reflected in the colors associated with the protagonist. The story is focused on characters who can be described as somewhat in the gray zone of society (a detective, a negotiator, a bounty hunter, etc.) Kondo said it would have been nice if The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari no Kiseki was titled Shiro no Kiseki (Trails of White) instead to compliment Kuro no Kiseki. The game engine is brand-new. Character modelling has evolved. There is a significantly different feel when the character is in motion. Calvard is a cultural sphere in the vein of Eastern Europe with an influx of people from the Middle East. It feels like a mixture of Europe and Asia. It is somewhat small compared to Erebonia. The scale of the map is equivalent to that of the Cold Steel series. It is still in development, but Kondo believes it will be very close in terms of size. You could say the additional episode “Hajimari no Saki e” in Hajimari no Kiseki acts as a prologue to Kuro no Kiseki. 90 percent of the characters in Kuro no Kiseki are new. If you did not know any better, you might look at the game screen and not realize it is a Trails game. The remaining 10 percent of the cast will be characters that are highly anticipated by fans. Three characters have been revealed so far: a Kirito-looking character, a dual-wielding redhead character with a Middle Eastearn appearance, and a character that looks like Alisa minus the attitude and with the chest of Ryza. Kondo would not say which one is the protagonist. (Though it is obvious if you recall the earlier note about the protagonist’s associated colors.) Fans would be disappointed if the Society was not depicted. Kondo also was unable to comment on the Oaths. But each will be depicted properly. The game will have a proper ending. If a game does not sell well, there will not be a sequel, and the Trails series is no exception. The amount of content in the game is about the equal to a single Trails of Cold Steel title. The Trails of Cold Steel games had a large number of allies, but Kuro no Kiseki will not have as many due to the protagonist’s line of work. Instead, there will be more enemies. There will not be 50 playable characters. There is a screenshot of a battle scene. Movement and battles are seamless. While action elements have been added, Falcom is not considering anything that requires any sort of input skills. Commands are input in real-time instead of pausing. You will also have the option to switch to command-style battles. Arts and Crafts remain as they were, but ARCUS is replaced by Xipha. There are no Combat Links or Brave Orders. But there is a new system in place that is said to be quite amazing. There is a “Topic System” that has to do with conversations with NPCs. “Alignment Flame” is a system in which, depending on your play-style, your character’s alignment as “Lawful,” “Gray,” and “Chaotic” will change, influencing your status as well as the story. But there will not be any situation where an event does not occur due to your specific alignment. There is an alternative to bond events. As for platforms, Kondo says he would like to release it on PlayStation 4 as well as other platforms where there is demand. He said, “Since there are the usual technical challenges, we will consider starting where there’s the most demand.” Nihon Falcom as a whole is making preparations to support PlayStation 5.
  20. Among Us + ALL DLC (PC) - $12.17 Curse of the Dead Gods (PC) - $10.25 Dragon Quest Heroes Slime Edition (PC) - $19.99 Dragon Quest Heroes II Explorer's Edition (PC) - $29.99 DreadOut 2 (PC) - $7.99 Fall Guys: (F)All-in Bundle (PC) - $27.81 Middle-earth: Shadow of War Definitive Edition (PC) - $9.60 The Alliance Alive HD Remastered (PC) - $16.60 Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA - Digital Limited Edition (PC) - $28.05
  21. This year I've completed these games but forgot to mention them: Celestian Tales: Old North Dragon Quest 1 Dragon Quest 3: The Seeds of Salvation Dragon Quest 4: Chapters of the Chosen Dragon Quest 5: Hand of the Heavenly Bride Light Fairytale: Episode 1 The Evil Within The Last of Us The Last of Us: Left Behind The Last of Us: Part 2 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3 The Park Uncharted: Golden Abyss Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Uncharted: Among Thieves Obviously doesn't list the three I did actually post about above! I'm hoping to have Dragon Quest 2 finished before the end of the year. I'm also playing through the 3DS version of DQ8 (already beat the PS2 version way back when it came out) as well as the Definitive Edition of DQ11 (pretty much beat the vanilla version on PS4 already too). Obviously working towards being able to say I've played all of the DQ mainline. All I have left to do is 6, 7, and 9 at this point.
  22. Last series I completed was The Misfit of Demon King Academy which ended up being the surprise of the season for me as I enjoyed it more than anything else I picked up then and ended up giving it my vote for AotS.
  23. Started Yashahime, the Inuyasha sequel spin-off. Actually enjoying it more than I figured I would but some of the voices are strange. The old VAs returned but after years of not playing the characters they don't seem to be able to imitate their old voices very well, especially Inuyasha's. Though it doesn't look like the main gang will play much of a role in this one anyways. Instead we get mostly new characters aside from Kohaku, Kaede, and Kagome's brother. I wonder what happened with Inuyasha and company through the timeskip... It's portrayed as if Kagome and Inuyasha didn't raise their daughter... or rather she remained absolutely clueless about all their friends and family. Sesshomaru's kids didn't even remember being his kid and don't even know who their mother is.
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