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  1. Noticed that Persina Q2 had received a classification in Australia, so I’m taking that as confirmation of a western release! Can not wait for this
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    Have you ever found a game too hard?

    Thing is, it’s part of our DNA to complete it. I 100% dk64, banjo and conker but games like Bloodborne take it to a new level. I get it, 100%, but it’s not for me
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    Have you ever found a game too hard?

    See Dark Souls I loved. When I beat the Chuckle Brothers it was a huge high. But that seemed to be end of the game for me. someone mentioned Ikaruga as well. Wanted to love that but it was too hard. in the past it it annoyed me. Now I can say those games aren’t for me. Like certain films and books aren’t.
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    Have you ever found a game too hard?

    Last of Us. And many other story based games. i have zero issue with knocking games down to easy these days if I want to progress the story. Bloodborne. Just too hard for me and not something I will play as it’s just not fun. im 46 and my reactions are definitely slowing down, no question. So story based games are my sweet spot now, twitch gaming is just too difficult
  5. And for anyone thinking that Maze of Life and the Chibi characters are great and have not played Persona Q.......get a 3DS and buy it now. It’s an astonishing game. I know I bang on about it but as a spin-off of an obscure enough game it deserves more love.
  6. Yep, that pack is free if you bought the first song bundle. The charts are pretty tricky for some of them as well. I wish there were more character based songs, bit it's good to have more music to play through
  7. Cinematic part of the DLC song bundle is out now in the UK, as is the DLC for P4D. Will pick that up next payday. While this was an expensive package, I really have played it to death so well worth it for me
  8. Well now I have a Vita, I’m playing v3 and I’ve just finished the first chapter. I almost posted in the thread I started at games astonishing people
  9. Vorgot

    The Wind Waker remake for WiiU - not just HD

    Will keep an eye out, cheers for the heads up
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    The Wind Waker remake for WiiU - not just HD

    They look to be about £100 but the games are pretty cheap. £15 for Wind Wakerat CEX is a bargain
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    The Wind Waker remake for WiiU - not just HD

    Thinking of grabbing a Wii U and this would be a very good reason for doing so! Owned one on release but sold it. My VC stuff is on my account though and Nintendo unlinked the old machine for me so a new one would pick them up. Loved WW on the GameCube and would be glorious to play it in HD. Can’t afford or justifya switch and being able to play this and BOTW plus the other games on the U means pay day can’t come fast enough. Invert view as well! Perfect.
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    Stuff that astonishes you about gaming

    See Open World doesn’t astonish me because I find it boring. I like my gaming to be directed. But I understand why people like it and can appreciate the sheer scale and creativity that’s gone into it. Just don’t want to play it
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    Stuff that astonishes you about gaming

    Playing 16 bit games on my 2DS XL keeps reminding me of what developers got out of that technology. I know games look great now but Nintendo’s output on the SNES was incredible then and it is now. I still love Playing F Zero and am very very tempted to get a SNES mini before they vanish as I am sure my boys would still play those games
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    Stuff that astonishes you about gaming

    Might well get it for my son for his birthday, then try it out
  15. Vorgot

    Stuff that astonishes you about gaming

    I’m tempted to try psvr, but I am stereo blind so not 100% sure it would work. I can’t see 3DS 3D or 3D in films. So not sure if it would mess up VR for me
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