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about 6 days ago (edited)

Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Focus: Only playing one game
Well E3 sure is packing some heat this year.

Spyro Reignited is unconfirmed coming to PC, which is surely my ticket to playing with 60FPS and no motion blur. Glad I waited, now if that's true I'll be getting on it ASAP. EDIT: And of course it's verified a few minutes later. Heck yes.

Microsoft buys Double Fine! Which I hope means we'll be getting more content from them, whatever that may be. Of course Psychonauts 2 is promising, as if there were any doubts.

FF7 Remake looks fun enough. I've never been a fan by any means but Sehpy gave me shivers! Wow though, two BDs for real? That is crazy. If they're gonna make it essentially two full games at least they're expanding on what many consider the best portion of it. I may just wait for the inevitable PS5 Definitive Edition or a potential PC port though, so I don't have to put up with motion blur. Can you tell I have a pet peeve?

Avengers looks Spider-Manish, surprising no one. I'm admittedly more interested in Ultimate Alliance 3 right now but hey, Crystal Dynamics.

Nintendo was stellar as usual but above all else OBLIGATORY NMH3 HYPE YEEEEAAAHH woooooo. Still gotta play Travis Strikes Again for that matter. Oh and BotW direct sequel in probably three years or so, yays.

Enjoying Echoes so far? Evidently my SRPG romp has been truncated, especially now that I have Horizon Zero Dawn, but I'm still interested. Though even then I'm so hyped for the oncoming Switch haul that it's hard to keep paying attention to any 3DS stuff at the moment.

Hope you appreciated Diamond is Unbreakable's showdown more than I initially did. I actually loved the last episode since everyone got to reappear for at least a little bit. And I did like the concept behind the smaller confrontation with just Josuke and Hayato but hated how they were literally half a block away from the others and no one noticed. I still love everything about Part 4 though. How 'bout that third OP?
about 6 days ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Poisoned: 3+ new games in a row
Yeah I remember hearing pretty much the same about AJ now from someone else, lol
about 1 month ago

Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Focus: Only playing one game
Its music is definitely lovely, probably the best since PLvAA, and Joint Reasoning may be the greatest investigative theme ever! And it's also a cool mechanic in general, Holmes being either a stealth mentor with incredible bluff game... or genuinely nutty with still-excellent observational skills—a fascinating interpretation either way.

No idea what the likelihood of this is, but I'm secretly hoping AA second season does well enough to move on to Apollo because his first game in particular is so ho hum that a high-action adaptation might actually make it better! It could even set up more exciting foreshadowing to his background now that we have a complete character history from all three increasingly interesting Justice stories. Just wishful thinking though.

Golden Wind is ridiculous, for better I'd think. Diamond is still more special to me but Part 5 continues to get objectively stronger. Art is even more detailed, everyone in the gang has a sad backstory, and of course battle strategies can get more *bizarre* than ever. It's back to the more climactic team-vs-team odyssey setup that made pre-Part 4 suspenseful, so you can look forward to that especially after 4 ended somewhat quietly (despite a lot of gripping buildup, some of which you've already seen).

Right, Awakening is always made out to be the most accessible gateway and then after that I figure I'll have some idea what other FE games I'd like and dislike. I have evidently been stalling 3DS progress lately since I got a Galaxy Tab A and been almost exclusively reading comics, though that opens few possibilities for games too. Like Layton Brothers, a portable Exit/Corners, or eventually, super HD DGS2.
about 2 months ago

Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Focus: Only playing one game
Susie and Iris benefit from tactful writing for sure. I see how their personalities can easily feel one-note if they're not articulated carefully; in the tactful SS patch they're actually just as charming as Maya and Pearl as far as I'm concerned. Some of the extras are more fun too, while others are naturally just more annoying. Naru is still meh, though to be fair I didn't think much of Phoenix either until 2-4 and all of AA3. DGS2 clearly gives everyone much more to do since introductions are no longer required, so I guess this is the trade-off for serialization in a game format that's already inherently slow-paced.

I didn't notice until now that AA season 2 is two-cour! Figured that was too good to be true. Its art is still hella underwhelming from what I've seen, but over-the-top dub acting and (I assume) improved pace might still make it worthwhile. Of course I don't need to tell you Mob II is good! Although I didn't get the same plucky vibe from it as the first season, I honestly believe Chris Niosi was the missing ingredient so your approach should be a guaranteed good time. Meanwhile I'm prolly just gonna power full-throttle through JoJo Part 5 and hope I'm sick of it enough at that point to not be disappointed about running out of episodes!

Ya got me. Last week I checked on Exit/Corners to see when it would be over, and it looks like that time is coming shortly! Heck, it'll probably be all done by the time I get that far with it anyway. It's definitely a hope spot during the lack of progress on Umineko Gold and still-not-finished early access release of Exogenesis.

While there are plenty of remaining 3DS possibilities for me, the only one I imagine I'll be motivated to finish is Samus Returns. That said, yes I did just start Devil Survivor and I... kind of love it? It's not as enhanced as I imagined (even the voiceovers are kind of meh, though welcome to have at all) but I think the smooth gameplay is finally getting me hooked on SRPGs after years of apathy. With that in mind, considering the numerous Fire Emblem options out there...
about 2 months ago

Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
Focus: Only playing one game
As a matter of fact, the DGS patch uses period appropriate (and even regionally appropriate) English, so it's arguably even better than an official translation might have been! Of course I'm stoked Scarlet Study has already started working on DGS2 as well. What I gather is while DGS1 is one of the worst, 2 is one of the best (not unlike the Kenji duology) to the extent that it was a Famitsu GOTY nominee next to Zelda and NieR! It allegedly has some Matt Engarde level twists! And naturally I suspect their shared arc saves all the greatest action for 2. I imagine I'll do Kenji 1 next just to get it out of the way, so even if I break from the series for a while I at least have the guarantee that my next two adventures will be awesome sequels—assuming AA7 doesn't release before the finished Dai 2 translation, that is.

Not sure how much I've stressed this before, but I have never been a fan of the mystic superpowers in mainline AA so I love the more pragmatic reasoning of DGS (all the more reason I should play Edgey's games). It's clearly drawing more from old mystery novels that inspired Takumi in the first place which is fun. Even though the cases as whole are dumb, and most of the side characters are bland, I do love the main gang. Sherlock himself is a hoot and a half, and a surprisingly inventive take on the character... and it's refreshing to have Susato, an actual law practitioner with inhibited hotheadedness, as an assistant. There's no shortage of colorful personality, which has always been the series' greatest strength by ANY author.

Because JoJo changes so drastically, the moment readers/viewers get engaged is likely different for everyobody. What makes Diamond so fun for me is its slice-of-life backdrop making for some amusingly humdrum stand uses, and some of the baddies have believable motivations. But you have a point, there are more ups and downs as opposed to the even character quality of its predecessor, and the villain of the week format kinda makes less sense. Either way, there's no going back now!

Kewl! Glad Rooster Teeth has two major original animesque series in different seasons of the year now. I'll check it out when it's a little further along. Or just done altogether, who knows.
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