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August 11, 2013 at 5:44 pm #73424Seibei4211Member
Post edited 8:55 am – 08/11/2013 by Frederick_Playstation
How do you manage to miss Kingdom Hearts II during the Ps2 generation?
Unforunately, the Witcher 2 probably isn't coming to Ps3.
It really sounds like Skyrim has been the only RPG you've played.
That's a good list. Nier was so under rated. Same with Kingdoms of Amalur. That game had so much potential. The Tales Of series is great too. Have you played Xillia?
Also Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is great as well.
gr8 must've been pretty young when KHII came out, so I can see how he didn't play it. He's gonna get the collections when they come out though, or at least the first one.
If Dragon's Crown hadn't come out on the same day, I'd be playing Xillia right now. I'll be getting it soon though. Starting with Symphonia, I've played every American release Tales game. Abyss is the only one I haven't beaten so far, but I'm slowly working on it.August 11, 2013 at 9:50 pm #73425
KH2 came out in 2006. Is he that young? I thought the game had a high appeal to the younger audience due to the Disney characters.
Tales of Abyss was the last Tales game I played unfortunately.August 12, 2013 at 1:28 am #73426
I'm 17. The “PS2 generation” meant very little to me at that time because I was more interested in playing outside than playing videogames all day. I don't think I even remotely cared about anything in that generation aside from a few games like R&C and Sly Cooper and stuff. Then in about 2009, I started playing a bit more and expanding my tastes. I feel a bit sad that I missed the PS2 and Nintendo generations but it's not really all my fault. I wouldn't have really been able to appreciate it at that age anyway. I did actually play Kingdom Hearts but I never finished it because it was too hard for me at the time. I'd love to play more RPGs now but at this point, it'd take a hell of a game to top Skyrim for me. I plan on getting Diablo 3, Persona 4 Golden, and The Witcher 3 at the very least…August 12, 2013 at 2:12 am #73427
Hmm. Usually people are more interested in going out in their later ages.
That's a good list you have there. Minus Diablo III. Stay away from that game. Actually, you might like it since you haven't played Diablo II. I'd recommend Torchlight II instead, but sadly that isn't on Ps3. Gosh that game is so good.
I havent played P4:G but I've played the original on ps2.
If theres any way you can, play the other Witcher games before Witcher 3. The story would be so much more enjoyable. And since this is the first game on the Playstation, theres no save transfer stuff, which means you missed out on all the decisions that change the game drastically. So I don't know how that'll work with the third game.August 12, 2013 at 7:02 am #73533
That's a pretty immature comment. Also, you're contradicting yourself. Play more RPG's but also have a wildly active social life. I do “go out”. What are you implying? That I don't have a social life? I do, dude, despite how much I play. Admittedly I actually haven't hung out with anyone in two weeks but I do have a life. I don't go to parties though, not my thing. Hell, I asked the girl of my dreams out not too long ago but I got friend zoned.
What's wrong with Diablo 3? I'm sure they'll have that Error Code whatever fixed by now. Does it just pale in comparison to it's predecessors? I'm really hoping they just make a PS3 or PS4 version of them or at least Witcher 2. If not, I think I actually will get a gaming PC to play them. I could get a 360 just to play it but that'd be a waste. You can do a hell of a lot more with a gaming PC.August 12, 2013 at 7:15 am #73534
No I wasn't implying anything about you. I just thought that kids would usually stay in more and play videogames than going out, at a young age. I can care less what you do about your social life, but sorry.
Diablo III suffered from forced always-online policies for an offline game. Errors like 3006 were problems cause of the online drm. Its also streamlined and no where as near engaging as Diablo II. If you've never played a Diablo game, you'll probably like it though; because of the lack of experience. That is, if dungeon crawlers and ARPG's are your type of game. I'm also very skeptical about this game coming to consoles. Firstly, I think its gonna sell horribly because of how bad its viewed on by the community, and this type of game is supposed to be played with a mouse and keyboard. I don't know how they worked out the mapping with a controller.
I also doubt that any Witcher games will come to Ps3. The only Witcher game that came to a console was TW2. Im sure CDPR has their whole team focused on the development of Witcher 3, so no way TW1 or TW2 will come to Ps3, unless an external team handles it.August 12, 2013 at 8:07 pm #73535I773D33MABL3Member
I never bothered with the first two Diablo games so I loved D3. And I can't wait to play it with my friends on PSN. The always on net thing never bothered me as internet has got to a stage where connection drops are almost non-existent. Any issues are nearly always with PSN and that'll mess up any online game. And I never suffered a single error code.
And it's not so bad mapping something like this to a controller. I hate point-and-click movement in anything but an RTS so analogue sticks all the way!! And they have fourteen buttons to map commands to so I think they'll be fine.
And as far as the earlier Witcher games getting a console release? I think we could be lucky. It isn't likely but then again, I never expected to see Mass Effect 1 on PS3!August 13, 2013 at 1:11 am #73536
Yeah most people who enjoyed Diablo III, didn't play Diablo II.
I don't think we'd see a console release for the Witcher games. Have you played them?August 17, 2013 at 8:51 am #73544
I just got done beating Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and my god, was this game attrociously bad. I mostly got it for a quick laugh since it's roughly four hours long and it sure did deliver. I was laughing my ass off almost immediately with the fcuking horrendous voice acting and way they handled the plot. That laughter turned into groans and sighs as I had to work my way through the same FOUR environments through the course of 25+ levels. In an effort to pad out the game's length so it doesn't match up with the film's, you are forced into over 10 side missions where you basically just save 3-4 wizards and fight the same dudes that you'll see for the entire game. I think there were 3 character models. Snatcher, Death Eater, Guy in black robes. That's it. Oh there was also an awful mission where you run in an out of a dragon cave. I thought it was cool right up until I actually had to play it. It said to “tread carefully” but he's programmed to wake up and breathe fire on you through the whole mission. It was here that I got so frustrated that I looked everywhere I could, including the game manual. There was a sprint button the whole time!!! ***NO PROFANE LANGUAGE PLEASE*** that tutorial! Then I started sprinting everywhere. Turns out you don't have to fight anybody. You can sprint to the end of every level, and I did.
But ho boy was it worth it! It was here that I found the crown jewel of stupidity. It was the most retarted final level I've ever played. The groans and sighs turned to non-stop laughter. I couldn't control myself. It started with hearing Dobby's voice and it ended with me sprinting upstairs to the most unintentionally hilarious final encounter EVER.
I don't think I can even put it into words. I'll try to link a youtube video but if that doesn't work, search: harry potter and the deathly hallows part 1 game ending
The best video I found was by “VisoGamer”. He got the cutscene with Dobby. This level cannot go unseen!August 17, 2013 at 9:12 am #73545Seibei4211Member
This is the aforementioned video.
You know, I was gonna joke about how this is actually a lot like the movie version, but it really kind of is. It's not the game's fault that the Dobby death scene is stupid. Although it is the game's fault that the final fight is insanely dumb. The Lego version of this level is actually pretty hype, especially if compared to this game.August 18, 2013 at 8:08 am #73546
The first Harry Potter on Ps1 will always be the best.
I don't see why anyone would want to play a game so bad.August 18, 2013 at 8:08 am #73547
¡doble mensaje!August 21, 2013 at 3:04 pm #73553emdeepeeMember
Flitting between R&C: A4O and Quantum ConundrumAugust 24, 2013 at 10:03 pm #73556I773D33MABL3Member
So last night myself, Nathan, Kris and Ben decided to tackle the ensemble trophy for the zombies map Buried. The lads had hinted that this was one of the trickier trophies but after chewing up the rest of the trophy list I felt pretty confident…
The game took my misplaced confidence and proceded to kick it in the penis for EIGHT SHITTING HOURS!!!! That's EIGHT HOURS in ONE GAME!!!! Without having to restart even once we still only reached round 16!
As The Coalition we have met our share of ridiculous requirements in our zombie journey but never has patience been tested so! Punching signs, following glowing fart, dodging crusty banshees, randomly placed levers in a hedgemaze (A hilarious two hours spent playing with those coloured dildos) until finally we arrived at the 'piéce de résistance'; pop-up target cowboys located in four parts of the map. Cue over three hours of four (by now extremely tired, frustrated and disillusioned) gobshites trying to memorise the order, timing, and location of roughly twenty targets each. Then hit every one. Together. One miss by a single member meant a restart. Three and a half hours of restarts broken only by ammo runs, toilet breaks and occasional flurries of lag.
This shit will wake haunt my fcuking dreams. I woke up today panicking that I had to grab the power-up before it disappeared!August 25, 2013 at 10:22 am #73557emdeepeeMember
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