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  1. I'm not rich enough to own a Mac, but on my old laptop it was really quick and easy.
  2. Yeah, I'll DM you the link I used. Dead easy to do.
  3. I recently put 3.60 Enso on my PSTV and it's such a game changer with the whitelist plugin installed. Being able to play pretty much any Vita game on a big screen is amazing. Using a Dualshock 4, the only games you can't play are pretty much just the AR stuff and titles that use the rear touch pad. It's ridiculous just how good some stuff looks on a big screen. Plus there is the bonus of things like the combo challenges on games like DoA5+ being easier using a DS4.
  4. Still need to pick that one up! Any good?
  5. Whenever I play a dungeon crawler, I HAVE to explore every possible section of every map, just in case I miss something!
  6. Over the last few months I've finished a couple more Vita crawlers. Aoki Tsubasa no Chevalier which is Japanese only and a port of Entaku no Seito/Students of Round, is a prequel to Stranger of Sword City. It's an absolutely fantastic game, despite the language barrier and it's such a shame it will never get a western release. The story starts with heroes facing the last boss, only to get annihilated. Fast forward a hundred years and the hero has been reborn. He then sets out on a quest to finish the job properly. If you played any other Experience Inc games, then the systems used will make it playable despite the lack of English, as long as you can understand basic katakana. Once you reach a certain point, you can assign a sub class to gain new skills. These can be changed at any point and keep their levels. The story was about 40 hours long, but the post game and grinding for the secret weapons took my play time to nearly 100 hours. Also finished Mary Skelter Nightmares last night after about 45hours. I honestly have no idea how this commands the prices it does. It seemingly shot up from about £20 to £50+ overnight. Plenty of class change options, but the difficulty is non existant up until the last chapter. I actually finished the game without any class changes and just got through it by spamming one move on mobs and using brute force on bosses. Really disappointed with this one and if you were thinking of picking it up, go digital as it's better value at £8.99 on PSN. Just need to finish the post game dungeon for the platinum and move on to the next crawler.
  7. How is Mary Skelter? I bought the physical release a couple of weeks ago, but want to finish Aoki Tsubasa no Chevalier, Operation Abyss and Operation Babel before starting it. And Dungeon Travelers 2 too.
  8. Can you map two buttons to a single function, for example square and cross?
  9. January New Gundam Breaker and Capcom Belt Action Collection PS4 £31.53 2 LRG blind BOXES PSVita £51.50 God Eater 2 Fenrir Edition PS Vita console £130.95 + £20 HMRC A Winters Daydream PS4/Vita £9.98 February Nothing. As of yet. 2020 total so far £243.96
  10. I had many online names on the 360. FamiDude was my original but I got a new tag and ran with the ZZR guys(an anti clan piss take of the RRZ clan) as either BongoNoob/DriftyNoob. And I'll admit to abusing the drift boost to the point I was DNFing full 20 player lobbies.
  11. If you're who I think you are, we played each other quite a lot on Blur, around the time I became pretty much invincible online! Probably the only game I've ever truly mastered. I wish there was a remaster for the current gen.
  12. Isn't Sorcery Saga more of a roguelike as opposed to a traditional DRPG?
  13. I buy every game Experience Inc release. Why? Because they do dungeon crawlers and that's my favourite genre. I'll support them as long as they keep making games I enjoy.
  14. Went back to Demon Gaze 2 the other day on PS4. If anyone new to the DRPG genre has a PS4 and a Vita, I'd recommend going for the PS4 version. A bug means you get significantly more gold per battle than on the Vita, which makes buying gems to farm gear much easier and thus, the difficulty pales compared to its baby brother port.
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