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  1. Rayn

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Yeah, I noticed this too on my first session. On my other session it was fine (still playing handheld mode). Seems like the game needs some optimization. Other than that, the game is actually great and I wouldn't be surprised if I play this for more than 100 hours.
  2. Rayn

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    I’m thinking about getting Skyrim as well. I don’t think I’ve ever played any og the DLC, is it any good? I poured around 100h into the vanilla game on release and didn’t touch it again until the VR version was released on Playstation. Never bothered to finish it in VR, though, it’s one of the least convincing VR worlds for me so far. The semi realistic looks just ended up as bad uncanny valley for me. Cutesy Astrobot and witeframe REZ were more convincing VR worlds.
  3. Rayn

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    My Time at Portia is here tomorrow and I can happily report that the Switch version holds up nicely to the PC version. It’s basically 3D Stardew with even more stuff to do, so don’t hesitate if that sounds good to you.
  4. Seems like there are a lot of haters out there. stumbled upon this: I’ve no clue if anything of this is as bad as the creator makes it sound or if he just needs a new tinfoil hat,
  5. Rayn

    The first one is still the best one

    I'm really glad you made this post. I can trust you again now
  6. Rayn

    The first one is still the best one

    Great shout, how could I forget about Crackdown? One of my favourite X360 games and I still play it on my Xbone Has Driver been mentioned yet? Driver was a game that blew me away when it was released. It had some really great missions and I loved that it blended arcade racing with semi realistic environments. It was hard as nails at times, but it was so satisfying when you finally managed to finish a mission. The "make your own movie" approach to the replays was great as well. Since the first Driver, the sequels were really bad all the way until San Francisco, but even that wasn't as good as the original. EDIT: I see Driver was already mentioned, so here are a few others I think should be mentioned: Syndicate - The original was fantastic on PC and Amiga and was never bettered. Deus Ex: The original is still the best entry in the franchise, IMO. The levels were small and a the story was a bit fragmented but overall the first game nailed the setting and atmosphere. Perfect Dark - This was a great shooter on the N64...the X360 sequel....not so much.
  7. Rayn

    The first one is still the best one

    What? The sequel was better in EVERY regard. It had a better story, better music, better pacing, better bad guy etc. While I LOVED Suikoden, which was a game I knew nothing about when I bought it, the sequel blew me away. Suikoden 2 remains in my Top 5 ever Playstation games. I'm with you on this, @BadgerFarmer
  8. Rayn

    Final Fantasy VII (SEVEN)

    I gave the video I linked a go and it worked a treat on the Switch version of the game. You can get a gold chocobo from defeating Ruby Weapon, but Ruby is the hardest boss in the game (by far) and would only be possible to beat very late in the game. Using the strategy in the linked video you get it before the half way point. It took me about an hour to do. As soon as I aquired the Highwind I farmed for Gil a bit, then bought everything needed, as well as getting the obscure nuts. The actual feeding and breeding steps only took around 15 minutes. It feels weird to have Knights of the Round and Quadra Magic this early in the game, I can basically deal 150k of damage by summoning Knights of the Round once.
  9. Rayn

    The first one is still the best one

    Vandal Hearts I think this was a really early Playstation release and it didn’t really look impressive at the time, but it made up for it with a fantastic story, great sound track and memorable characters. I remember I was very hyped for the sequel but the excitement disappeared as soon as I started to play. While I appreciate decelopers who wants to change things for the better, Vandal Hearts 2 went the oposite way. Who in their right minds figured that in a turn based strategy game, the turns would play out simultaneously. More often than not, when I chose to walk up to an enemy character to stab him with my dagger, as soon as I hit End Turn, the enemy character moved away from his tile resulting in me stabbing thin air.
  10. Rayn

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    The two biggest releases for me are My Time at Portia and Steam World RPG. It’s really expensive being a Switch fan these days.
  11. Rayn

    Final Fantasy VII (SEVEN)

    I’ve got a weak spot for Cid. Love his limits and his Jump ability.
  12. Rayn

    Nintendo Switch

    Luckily it’s quite good too, but it’s almost pointless to play it alone.
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