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Sony / Microsoft Consoles / Anyone know of any good PS2 games?
« on: August 07, 2009, 12:17:09 PM »
Hi there, it's been a while.

I'm looking for good PS2 games, been through IGN and Gamespot lists already, but would like some personal references, if anyone knows of a good game that MUST be played for any particular reason, it'd be nice to know. Thanks.

Community Related / How much is worth N-Masters?
« on: June 11, 2008, 05:59:24 PM »
I was playing up with a website and according to this random stuff this website is actually worth something.

Seriously Link, you never told us about the daily ad revenue of $3.89 a day, I thought there weren't any ads.

NDS/DSlite/DSi / Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood
« on: February 13, 2008, 03:20:35 PM »
BioWare sat down with Nintendo Power, the official source for all things Nintendo for over 20 years, to talk about Sonic's latest and most exciting adventure: Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood™. Grab the magazine today for a huge, seven page, behind-the-scenes look at BioWare's first Nintendo DS game.

In case there's a Sonic fan around, there's a new game coming for NDS, the first Sonic RPG: "Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood" (yeah, you couldn't tell by the quoted message). You can subscribe to the newsletter here.

I got the newsletter since I'm already subscribed to Bioware, so I thought I'd tell those who could be interested (you know, because I don't have a DS).

General Discussion / Have a good laugh at Windows Vista
« on: June 16, 2007, 11:51:19 AM »
Click here and be amazed by the incredible "new" stuff Windows Vista has, just for the little detail that the video is showing MAC OSX with the audio from the Vista conference, and how MAC OSX had all that stuff long before Windows.

Forum Announcements / Default Skin V2
« on: May 22, 2006, 10:06:16 PM »
You read the question, is the new Default skin better than the classic, or do you want the classic skin back? vote... and post after you vote.

I prefer the Classic, V2 is too dark and the letters are smaller.

Pre-E3 2006 / Atari in E3: Featuring Neverwinter Nights 2
« on: May 06, 2006, 05:40:09 PM »
Looking into what will come in E3 I got mail from IGN about Neverwinter Nights 2, the one game I'm waiting to come out and will buy as soon as I can, and found some demos about it, check here.

There's also a trailer about Neverwinter Nights 2 here.

I won't give you detailed explanations about it, Neverwinter Nights 2 is the sequel to Neverwinter Nights, RPG using D&D rules 3.5, a game where enemies and characters play in full real time and space, but in fights of course there are rolls for attack, damage etc. that are made automatic with feedback.
Neverwinter Nights has Online Multiplayer where you connect to private servers, there is no fee of any sort, when I was lurking around forums about Neverwinter Nights 2 in Bioware they have announced that they don't intend to change how multiplayer works for Neverwinter Nights 2.

In Neverwinter Nights people can make whole world with stories and stuff, using the Aurora toolset, for which have ben a lot of discussion about, I'm not a builder nor a Dungeon Master, so I don't know much about it, but reports seem that the toolset will be improved for good, although some people are somewhat concerned about it. The Original Campaigns arent much used, it's more likely that people play in Persistent Worlds, which are made by people with experience (builders) and are handled by Dungeon Masters.

I don't like to talk much about graphics, but yeah, they're great, and they seem to be working about new special effects for spells that are supposed to look cool.

Much is expected to be shown about Neverwinter Nights 2 in E3, I will try to get as much info about it as i can.

IGN Article Pre-E3 Neverwinter Nights 2

Around the same stuff, I also got this list of the games announced by Atari that will be shown on E3:

  • Alone in the Dark (X360, PC)
  • Arthur and the Minimoys (PS2, PSP, DS, GBA, PC)
  • BattleZone (PSP)
  • Dungeons and Dragons: Tactics (PSP)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (PS2, Wii)
  • Hot Pxl (PSP)
  • Neverwinter Nights 2 (PC)
  • Super DBZ (PS2)
  • Test Drive Unlimited (X360, PSP, PS2, PC)


Retro Home Consoles / Seiken Densetsu 3
« on: March 15, 2006, 11:03:33 PM »
Heh, not the kind of name you would expect, but that's how it is.

SNES game, although you might not be able to get this game besides emulator, anyway, completely worthwhile, it's one of the best games for SNES I've played.

It has this weird gameplay that it's so cool, it's an Action RPG, but not like Tales of Phantasia or Star Ocean, in this game, enemies are around (sort of like Chrono Trigger, if you have seen it), but instead of entering a battle scenario you fight them on real time in world-area space, or rather, in that squared area of the dungeon, which are diided by small areas.

Also, characters charge skills by hitting enemies, each hit adds one line, and then discharge them really cool, each character has two class changes and two skills per class change, each new skill requires an extra line when charging, there are specific requirements for class change and two options for each character, first class change is only being a certain level and get near a magic stone, second change needs a high level and a certain item at the Tree of Mana. There are 6 characters from which you choose 3, each their respective class, each character has a class progression tree sort of evil/good and a further evil/good over the previous selected.

           Lawful <
Initial <                Neutral
             Evil   <

I recall story being good, but I can't remember it very well, something about the Mana Tree (yeah, this game can be known as Mana 5, if I'm correct, but with Seiken Desnsetsu 3 you can't go wrong).

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