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Postby Monk Ed » Thu Sep 01, 2016 10:52 pm

New month means more money to buy games and BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend was on sale on Steam (and I was going to get it anyway after beating Continuum Shift Extend) so I bought it. I figured I'd give it a brief play in Versus just for fun and that's how I discovered this little yet grating nuisance I can't seem to get rid of:

A piece of text in the corner that always says [CP] or [CPEX] depending on which version of the game you've chosen to play.

It's an utter eyesore (it's not even unified into the HUD, it's literally debug text that's always on-screen) but I can find neither an option nor a mod to get rid of it. The game has an option to let you turn off the FPS counter so why not this as well? For crying out loud, are they afraid I'm going to forget whether I'm playing Extend mode or not? Why not add frickin' text to Continuum Shift that reminds me I'm not playing Chronophantasma since all three games look exactly the same?

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I made a topic in the Steam discussion forum for the game and someone there made a mod for me that completely solves the problem. The kindness of strangers! You can't imagine how happy I was to battle my friend who's over in Versus without having that annoying blasted text in the corner. That the mod also removes certain other text that pops up like "Counter!" didn't bother me one bit, I found.
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Postby Shamsiel-kun » Fri Sep 02, 2016 3:51 pm

More Thunder Force V and I've finally managed to reach the 6th level boss. Still haven't managed to complete the game on Easy though...

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Postby Sachi » Thu Sep 08, 2016 12:20 pm

Not currently playing, but in the near future...

The remasters of Arkham Asylum/City and Skyrim come out within ten days of each other for the new generation consoles. Ahghhhh, but whhyyyy? Nostalgia demands I get both these games, but money. Eh, I just won't eat for a week. :tongue:

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Postby NemZ » Thu Sep 08, 2016 2:16 pm

Glorious PC master race has had HD mods since forever. Mwahahaha
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Postby Monk Ed » Fri Sep 09, 2016 3:42 pm

^ As well as hardware compatibility issues and greater likelihood of experiencing crashes, performance issues, and devs just not caring to make sure the damn thing works right. :ninja:

But it's worth it. :sly:

I was playing Chronophantasma Extend with a friend of mine yesterday, and he was kicking my ass when we played on the PS3 so I suggested we switch to playing on my PC to confirm a suspicion I had that the controller was the problem. He got to use the same controller he was using before, whereas now I could use my favorite (my PS4 controller), on the same system. I kicked his ass for the rest of the night.
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Postby Ray » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:51 am

Codename STEAM was in the bargain bin, so I picked it up. I have to say this was surprisingly good for what I was expecting.

it's basically a cross between a 3rd person shooter and Fire Emblem style strategy game. it only has one difficulty setting and it gets really challenging as you go on.

Its also really goofy, Abraham Lincoln fighting aliens goofy.
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Postby BlueBasilisk » Thu Sep 15, 2016 9:31 pm

I've been playing Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice all week. Just beat the final case tonight and it was absolutely incredible. I definitely think this is one of the best games in the series.

Dragon Quest 7 comes out tomorrow, so I plan to pick that up and give it a go, then Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse early next week. So many games to play, so little time ;-;
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Postby chazthesilencer » Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:54 am

View Original PostRay wrote:Codename STEAM was in the bargain bin

This makes me sad. Tom Sawyer with the Bomb lobber was always an indispensable unit for me.
I love how a Japanese developed game is easily the most “America, fuck yeah!” thing I’ve ever seen.

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I’ll wait for the next Capcom sale before picking this up. There seems to be one every month on the eshop…

Tried playing Metroid Prime Blast Ball. What a pitiful experience. Not a bad idea- shooting at a ball to get it into a goal, but the rain of bullets never stops and the physics have no rhyme or reason. You can hit the damn thing with a fully charged shot and still it refuses to go where you expect.
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Postby BlueBasilisk » Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:02 pm

^I picked up Federation Force for the campaign mode. Blast Ball is, quite frankly, complete shit. The idea is fine but the physics make no sense at all like you said and victory and defeat are pure luck. I've heard you're supposed to aim at the bottom of the ball, but there's no way to do that with any sort of accuracy with the gyro controls, and definitely not during a frantic match. The respawn times are way too long too.

The main game was a lot of fun, I thought. Like a bite-sized, portable version of Metroid Prime. It gets really hard in the later levels if you're going solo, but it also feels properly Metroid with you fighting an entire world of hostile inhabitants by yourself.
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Postby Chuckman » Sun Sep 18, 2016 3:03 am

DOOM (2016? 4? Fuck you, vidya naming conventions) is fun as hell. Finally got around to it. I'm having far too much fun just smashing and tearing everything apart.
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Postby Monk Ed » Thu Sep 29, 2016 4:58 am

I want to be Currently Playing Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition on my PC, but Capcom's GFWL-to-Steamworks save migration tool doesn't work with offline profiles, offline profiles cannot be turned into online profiles, and every trainer I can find that advertises an "unlock all chapters" feature (cuz all I want is to unlock Mercenaries mode without having to play through the entire story mode again, dammit) is either locked behind a paywall, trips my antivirus, or is probably outdated relative to any version of the game code accessible through Steam.

In the meantime, my big new addiction has been a combination of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax. I never got around to mentioning in the appropriate topic(s) that I had beaten Persona 4 and Persona 4 Arena, but I did that in the past month. Chuckman's mention above of Doom 2016 reminds me that I haven't even started that yet, but eh, priorities -- I'm having just too much fun reading into Mankind Divided's politics and sneaking around with short bursts of glass-shield cloaking.
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Postby NemZ » Thu Sep 29, 2016 5:27 am

Is DX:MD much of an improvement on HR? I've heard it's basically more of the same, but shorter. I've thoroughly enjoyed every (non-handheld) game in the franchise so far (yes including 2, but less so), but from some of the comments I've heard on this one I'm inclined to wait for a bundle of all the dlc together on sale.

I have very little free time to dig into games lately, mostly still plodding along in Fallout 4's craziness when I need to unwind a bit. Ritsuko is level ~170 now and still hasn't bothered to visit Far Harbor or Nuka World yet (or really tried much to save Shinji yet, meh), but I've got a veritable shitload of crafted and legendary gear, a solid fleet of eva-themed power armors with custom paintjobs, and quite a few settlement building projects progressing nicely.

I also spent a good deal of time in Aquaria, a quirky underwater metroidvania-ish game. Concept shows promise, but the powerups are few and rather lacking in fun factor. exploration is more tedious than in metroids, bosses less rewarding to best than in the castlevania entries. I'm quickly losing interest at about 75% done, and probably won't bother to finish it. especially bugs me that the maps are in giant chunks that freely overlap on the 2d plane.
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Postby Monk Ed » Thu Sep 29, 2016 5:45 am

In the gameplay department I'm finding MD much more enjoyable than HR, but it really is more of the same and in a bygone era would have made more sense as an expansion pack than a sequel. A lot of what I think it does better comes down to really small things that tickle my particular fancy -- little tweaks. If you weren't enthusiastic enough about the game to buy it at launch, I can't think of a good reason for you to spring for it now if you were already willing to wait. Me, I just wanted the New Adventures of Adam Jensen that badly, and I'm not disappointed except by certain shady business practices built into the game.
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Postby Squigsquasher » Sun Oct 09, 2016 6:34 am

Been playing the new DOOM recently and holy hell this game is brilliant. I know some people are deriding it as "not real Doom" because Doomguy doesn't move at the speed of an express train and it has elements inspired by Brutal Doom like the glory kills, but seriously, screw that. This game is superb. Easily the best game I've played in ages. The gunplay is awesome, the music kicks arse, the controls are tight, the graphics are gorgeous...I don't have a single complaint about this. I just hope the SDK comes out eventually, so that combined with SnapMap it becomes the modding heaven the original was.

I also picked up Transformers: Devastation recently. As a childhood Transformers fan, I adore this game. It's Platinum so I don't see how it could have turned out badly really. The gameplay is punishing but fun, with just enough challenge to make the game interesting without being frustrating. There's tonnes of little references to Transformers canon without it becoming obnoxious. The 80s anime style graphics are just brilliant, and dear god the music. I love it. If you like Transformers, buy this game. If you like Platinum, buy this game. If you don't like Transformers, you will after playing this game.
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Postby Shinoyami65 » Mon Oct 10, 2016 12:27 pm

Suda 51's The Silver Case has finally been translated into English and released on Steam. I'm playing through it now and I'd say it's defininitely worth checking out for fans of killer 7 or Flower, Sun and Rain, but the odd gameplay won't be everyone's cup of tea sadly.
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Postby Monk Ed » Tue Oct 11, 2016 5:08 am

All of a sudden, without even meaning to, I beat Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, after just (I know, "just") 54 hour of play, which sounds like a lot until you realize just how much time a guy like me spends approaching situations in different ways in a game like this. That went faaast.

But I had fun. MD helped scratch a stealth gameplay itch I haven't scratched properly since The Phantom Pain (because Dishonored just wasn't cutting it). I loved dashing from cover to cover, selecting when and for how long to active my cloak, keeping my energy at its minimum restoration level to save on biocells.

Biocells I basically never used, by the way, and that's one thing that's got me a little irked by the end: The game is way too easy. And I don't mean that in terms of all the little things it does to make stealth easier than it would be in other similar games that lack such features as an indicator of impending detection (which I love so much for all the save-reloads it saved me from), but rather, by the time I was done, I discovered that I'd been saving up all these buckets of restoratives and ammo for a big hurdle that never came. There's just too many damn supplies, and it's too easy to get by without using them.

The game's short length is arguably to its benefit, because unlike HR I feel like I might actually jump into a second go-around. I'm interested now to try to play the game a few different ways, such as trying to go the whole game without any weapons at all (or at least, to the extent possible) just to see how low of a minimum I can bring my resource usage down to.

And then at some point I suppose I should break down and do a guns-blazing run just to let that out, because I haven't done that in any video game with "You can play how you want but really you're supposed to go all stealth no kills" gameplay in a lonnng time.
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Postby Alaska Slim » Mon Oct 17, 2016 3:13 pm

Valkyria Chronicles

Dammit, I bought the game, yet it looks ****tier than my pirated copy.


After adjusting the screen settings to make it look less awful, I then found out that my tank wouldn't climb hills. Since this was the first time I ever took it onto a hill, I thought this was a result of my loadout on it being too heavy. But noooooooooo~. Turns out, it's because my screen refresh rate is too fast.

...

HOW DOES THAT EVEN WORK?!?

WHAT'S THE POINT OF A 144HZ REFRESH RATE SETTING IF IT BREAKS THE GAME?!?

WHY DO I EVEN CARE TO USE IT IN A SLOW-PACED TURN BASED STRATEGY TITLE THAT'S OVER 8 YEARS OLD?!?

WHY DOES THE GAME THINK I CARE ABOUT SOME FLYING PIG?!? YOU'RE IN A WAR WHERE THE (NOT) NAZIS SPENT THE LAST 5 TURNS GOING THROUGH ALL YOUR FARMING TOWNS WITH A ******** FLAMETHROWER! WHY HAVEN"T YOU EATEN HIM YET?

WHERE IS THE EPISODE WHERE SAD MUSIC PLAYS AS LARGO SPORKS HIM AND ALICIA MAKES EVERYONE PORK SANDWICHES WITH FEATHER GARNISHMENTS?!?


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Postby Monk Ed » Mon Oct 17, 2016 3:52 pm

View Original PostAlaska Slim wrote:HOW DOES THAT EVEN WORK?!?

Per-frame instead of per-time physics, is my first guess.
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Postby Squigsquasher » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:42 pm

Per-frame physics are bullshit. Just ask that Need for Speed game (Carbon was it?) where unlocking the 30 FPS cap would cause the game to run at double speed and the physics to spaz out.
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Postby Shinoyami65 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:29 am

The Silver Case
Despite being basically a VN with short controllable puzzle segments this game is getting pretty good. I'm not sure if I'm just giving it more praise because I've got a basic understanding of what the hell is going on from some of the other games in the franchise, but the writing is solid and the story so far has been much more engaging for me than Flower, Sun and Rain. Playing FSR felt pretty boring to me, possibly because of how unneccessarily complex the puzzles were while much of the environment was closed off in the early stages. The Silver Case has fairly simplistic puzzles, even less complicated than those in killer7, but like killer7 it seems to understand that the puzzles don't have to be extremely difficult because they're meant to shepherd the player/reader to the next segment of the narrative, rather than forming a barrier to it. Additionally, the dialogue of the characters comes off as much more natural than in killer7 or FSR- there's still very much a sense of the usual Suda51 weirdness, but we're also shown more mundane aspects of the characters which help to keep parts of the setting grounded and more relatable whereas in FSR the esoteric speech of some characters can be frustrating. I was somewhat worried that the English translation wouldn't be good, but it's actually very well done and whoever was doing it was also careful to ensure that the in-game references to the previous games in the series (Moonlight Syndrome etc.) and the foreshadowing for FSR were kept in place.
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