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  1. This is a thread for anyone who has gone on an unnecessary journey to get the highest player level, or find all of the orbs, or complete the legendary armour set. Cheevo hunting is one thing, but even that is something explicitly set as a goal by the developers, rather than your own dogged endeavour. What recent examples have you had where you’ve chased a certain goal that may not even be a mandatory requirement in the game you’re playing? I think a recent one for me has been the stamps in Persona 5 Royal. P5R is a dungeon crawling RPG, and in addition to progressively harder dungeons in the story, there’s one ever-growing dungeon that can be repeatedly revisited called Mementos. In the original P5, the goal was simply to unlock the final area in Mementos and ultimately finish the game. However, Royal added locations in Mementos where you could get “stamps” that could be redeemed for modifiers - it seems innocent enough, but the compulsive trigger was the fact that the game explicitly tells you the number of stamps in an area... so that record of “17/20 stamps found” is the worst gamer itch. To be fair, you do get an optional extra thing after getting enough, but it’s by no means mandatory if you just want to see the ending. And I only knew about the optional extra thing after the fact. In vanilla P5, I finished the game at level 83; in Royal, most of my party was level 99... and I’m pretty sure that this stamp hunt contributed to most of this. Worse still, there’s an ability you can unlock late in the game where you can run into a low-level enemy... and instead of the battle sequence initiating, the enemy will instantly die and you still get the exp, cash and item rewards. This meant that in my search for stamps I was mowing down enemies and getting all of that experience. I’ve played through pretty much every mainline Persona game now (unless you’re counting P3: The Answer) and until now I’ve never reached level 99 on my first playthrough. I have a pretty strong P4G save on my Vita but even that is just me goofing around with fusion for the heck of it. Anyway, where are you at with your own compulsive pursuits? (I kind of expect Animal Crossing to feature in this thread - isn’t there an element of collecting themed furniture or something in there?)
  2. The SUPER Retro Games Fair is back for its biggest event yet! This is the biggest video game sales event in West Yorkshire with over 130 tables of gaming goodies and over 65 sellers with 1000s of retro games, consoles, computers, artwork, imports, accessories, toys, modified consoles, bartop arcades and much much more all for sale No need to get up early for the car boot or wait for the postman from ebay! Here you can see the condition in person before you buy! Whether you are a big collector or just getting into old gaming there will be plenty of common titles and rarities on offer on all formats from all ages. Pay on the door and you can come and go as many times as you want in the day too. There will be retro games to play, tournaments to enter a bar and cafe too! THE DATE Saturday 23rd June 2018 OPENING TIMES 11am-4pm THE VENUE Leeds University Union, Refectory, Lifton Place, Leeds, LS2 9JZ ADMISSION £2 per adult, Under 16s - 50p, Under 6 - Free Find out more information on the links below: RETRO EVENTS WEBSITE RETRO GAMES FAIR WEBSITE RETRO EVENTS FACEBOOK PAGE Let us know you are coming on the official Facebook EVENT PAGE Follow us on TWITTER Check out the PHOTOS from a previous event
  3. The Retro Games Fair is back! If you love retro gaming, playing and collecting then this is the event for you. A wide range of sellers covering every videogame and home computer format since the beginning of video gaming. Nintendo, Sega, Atari, Sinclair, Amstrad, Sony, Microsoft, Commodore, SNK and much much more. 1000's of retro games, consoles, computers, artwork, imports, accessories, toys, bartop arcades, artwork, plushies and much much more all for sale at the Retro Games Fair! No need to get up early for the car boot or wait for the postman from ebay! Here you can see the condition in person before you buy from some of the biggest and best sellers in the country. Our sellers range from professional traders to private collectors reducing their collections so there is a guaranteed range of prices and items for sale. Whether you are a big collector or just getting into retro gaming there will be plenty of common titles and rarities on offer on all formats from all ages. The perfect event to build up a great gaming collection. As well as the stalls there will also be a room to play on some old arcade cabinets provided by the amazing guys from Arcade Club! Our amazing Prize Draw will return for the chance to win something pretty special too! Pay on the door and you can come and go as many times as you want in the day. THE DATE Saturday 27th Jan 2018 OPENING TIMES 11am-5pm THE VENUE Marriott Hotel, Boar Lane Leeds, LS1 6ET ADMISSION £2 per adult, Under 16s - 50p, Under 6 - Free Find out more information on the links below: RETRO GAMES FAIR WEBSITE RETRO EVENTS FACEBOOK PAGE Let us know you are coming on the official Facebook EVENT PAGE Follow us on TWITTER Check out the PHOTOS from previous events
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