Quote from nutterbutterI'm currently playing pacify the screaming baby. Been playing it for about seven months now
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As I thought.... it was like I was punching babies with this deck.
Quote from Sanity"s_EclipseOh man, the first two on GBA were godly. I loved those two. I got pretty far in the gamecube one, but never got around to finishing it.
Quote from ISBPathfinderIt seems like it has been a while since a good Fire Emblem was released... I loved the one for game cube but the followup one on Wii was extremely dissapointing in my mind.
Quote from spezza19Really? I thought the Wii Fire Emblem was excellent. Far more challenging compared to the too-easy GC version. I really hope they make more FE games for the console, because I don't really like handhelds.
Quote from ISBPathfinderThe problem with the Wii one from what I remember is that you have half leveled characters that they give you and I just personally like starting from scratch and picking who I want to play. I really didn't care much for being handed tons of already lvled characters.
Every rarity gets good cards. That means that some mythic rares will be tournament quality as will some commons, some uncommons and some rares. My promise wasn't that mythic rares wouldn't get good cards but that we wouldn't limit the good cards to only being mythic rare.
Quote from mada7Wow I wasn't expecting to run into this many fire emblem fans here. I have played the Wii Fire Emblem more times than I can count and because of the sheer volume of characters in the game and the way the chapters are divided particularly in act 3 you need to have some starting at higher levels. That said Ive never played the gamecube fire emblem having never had a game cube and having immense trouble tracking down an affordable gamecube controller, memory card and fire emblem game so I can shove it into my wii
Quote from spezza19That's kind of true, yeah. But with the level cap in Wii being 60 (20/20/20), and with so many characters to work into the story, they couldn't start them all off at low levels.
But I remember at the very end of the Wii version, they give you all the Laguz kings who just completely obsolete the rest of your team that you worked so hard to build. That was kind of silly. I just resolve not to use the broken units they give you.
Quote from papa_funk »Not running a card because you wouldn't have fun with it is the most important reason not to run a card.
Quote from bobthefunnyAnybody a fan of FFTacticsAdvance? I've been playing a game of that off and on for a long time now... based on whenever I find my DS lying around.
Quote from ISBPathfinderThere was some sort of story that I watched... and omg it was baddddddddd.
If I remember right it was like some grade school kids were reading a book or some such nonsense in real life then got sucked in or something... They were all like "wow this is like a Final Fantasy Game" and I was like "OMG FAIL!!!!!!"
I just never recovered from that terrible plot... they totally didn't try at all. It was like they let the intern make the story...
Quote from Sanity"s_EclipseI played FFTA a fair bit. The rules or w/e made me want to pimp smack the judges sometimes (ok, most of the time), but other than that it was pretty fun.
Tantarus: It didn't make the gaka greifer level, so it should be fine
Quote from WeeboI'm a big fan of weird indie games, but that's because I'm a big fan of most weird indie things. Current favorites are Bastion, which should be entirely unsurprising to anyone who played it and also wants Logan Cunningham (Rucks) to narrate everything going on in their life, and Jamestown, which is a throwback to arcade top-down shooters. Fantastic concept, execution, and soundtrack.
Quote from mada7I got bastion not too long ago and I couldnt agree with you more. Really fun game and oh wow that narrator has the sexiest voice ever. Im convinced that whenever he talks to a woman her clothes just disappear from the sheer sexiness of his voice. Im not attracted to men at all but that is an amazing voice. The soundtrack in that game is awesome as well one of the few games where Ive wanted to download the soundtrack.
As for weird indy games what do you think of Super Meat Boy?
Quote from Surging ChaosWhen it comes to games, I tend to be pretty picky about them. Obviously I like fighters in general, but most of the games I also play are fairly specific and hold a dear place in my heart. They also tend to have very small, tight-knit communities, with the exception of maybe Counter-Strike 1.6 (screw Source, seriously) since that game is still played a crapton to this day.
One of my dream goals in life is to buy cabinets for both VS and MvC2.