Posts Tagged ‘9/10’
Title: Pokemon Sun & Moon
Language: Japanese, English
Company: Gamefreak, Nintendo
Summary: Pokemon stepped up the story flow and other various things this round, overall very welcome improvements! I played Sun on my regular 3DS, and plan to play Sun again on a New 3DS when I get the chance. And Moon on regular 3DS too, in Japanese… eventually.
Title: Yoshi’s Woolly World
Platform: Nintendo Wii U
Summary: The developer for Kirby’s Epic Yarn is back with the cutest Yoshi game everrrrr
Title: Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon ポケモン超不思議のダンジョン
Genre: Dungeon Crawler
Company: Spike Chunsoft
Summary: Haven’t played the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon (PMD) series since the GBA one and parts of its sequel. Let’s see how far I get with this!
Enjoying pokemon super mystery dungeon a bit more than I thought I would so far, I know ppl on gamefaqs were lamenting that “catching them all” got too easy for their taste, but it’s fine for me. Spare me the mindless grinding & give more reward for time!
Title: Tokyo Jungle
Company: Crispy’s, SCE Japan Studio
Summary: Got this from the amazing flash weekend 99 cent sale from PSN and super well worth it, lawl.
Title: Pokemon X + Y
Summary: Add my friendcode and let me know yours~:
Pokemon Y – 0559-6915-7512 – Pokemon Y Safari has Ivysaur & Pansage
Pokemon X – 1177-6765-6491 – Forgot what my safari has (but it’s not Ditto)
I told myself I’d be skipping this generation 6 altogether…. 6 months later, I’m sucked back in ORZ Although honestly, in great part due to Inazuma’s hiatus and Twitchplayspokemon. If there’s one thing I appreciate about Pokemon franchise, it’s the maintained value that your Pokemon have over the growing generations. For X and Y, it’s very awesome that all the languages are available regardless of region, EXCEPT that you’re stuck with one language per cartridge that you pick when you first start-up the game… le sigh.
I got myself a cheap used copy of Black for $25 that came with a completed game so that I could import my Pokemon from my older generations to X/Y. I’m glad that my D/P team is still able to tear up Pokemon in the Battle Maison. Getting my BP up.
Title: Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII ライトニング リターンズ ファイナルファンタジーXIII
Company: Square Enix
Summary: Mm, I was originally going to wait on this like I did for XIII-2, but then I saw that the battle system is closer to Type-0… Putting some faith in you here, Squenix!!
I wish foremost that they didn’t call the lowest difficult mode “Easy”, the tiers should start at “Normal” and then “Hard” and then something like “Insanity” for the unlockable.
Title: Uta no Prince-sama Music 2 うたの☆プリンスさまっ♪Music 2
Genre: Rhythm Game
Summary: S ranked most of the pro songs much faster than the first Music game, but there are 2 songs I’m not sure if I’ll ever get. Or at least one for sure, Otoya’s SMILE MAGIC…
It was a lot easier to S-rank the songs in general this time, but I think mostly in part to just getting used to the system. On the other hand, those songs they’ve added extra challenge to get… I’ll keep trying!
Title: Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney (Gyakuten Saiban) レイトン教授vs逆転裁判
Genre: Puzzle, Mystery
Company: LEVEL-5, Capcom
Summary: Cleared it!! Will check my exact gameplay later but it was around 20 hours.
Title: Tales of Xillia 2
Genre: Action RPG, Fantasy
Summary: Direct sequel of Tales of Xillia.
The original ToX was so easy to platinum that I started going back to Graces F and Vesperia to attempt to platinum those too, but those titles are going to require me extra gameplay/s. They will take me longer than I first anticipated.
Just got my ToX2 in the mail (11/13) and I ended up starting it that night! I got to the end of chapter 3 in just a couple hours… I’m assuming the rest of the game isn’t going to that fast. I do worry that this whole “choice” system is a soddy excuse to make the game seem longer when you replay it instead of actually providing more content, but I could be utterly wrong and get a pleasant surprise. Best to lower my expectations and then get something better out of it :P
Cleared the game with both normal and true ending,
still need to get the bad ending in a second playthrough (I can’t bring myself to get a bad ending first time through and I forgot to keep a seperate save for it– Got that bad ending… Also, I found out recently that the bad ending is required for 200 grade points, which I find lame). In the end, I would pretty much say this is a gameplay improvement compared to the first game (which is honestly not hard to do). Mostly because of 3 additional playable characters, which provides for a much wider spectrum of link artes–and possibly more once I get through more of the post-game material. Story-wise, I generally preferred the first game for personal reasons, however.
Title: Time Travelers タイムトラベラーズ
Visual Novel (I dare make up a genre of Interactive Cinema, because the entire game is made up of motion cut-scenes)
Summary: There’s never a dull moment in this game, and I LIKE it.
I imagine myself replaying this in 5 or so years and enjoying it just as much as I did the first time.