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Oh hey! Let's start a new topic here xD
I've being on my PS3 since we last chatted, playing older games and getting some platinums xP
This month I decided to not dive into another big quest because of God of War, so I went back to my PS4 and decided to play some of my indies, which is what I'll be doing until my copy ships.
After GoW releases I'm full focus on it, the thing get me hyped beyond belief, Nioh might have got a contender xD
Sorry not answering you on PSN this days, I dunno if I do if the messages will also show on my PS4 list when I come back, and it's a pain to send messages while playing on the PS3.
So you got to the third region in Nioh and it got harder? I don't remember it getting considerable harder, maybe it's because you are overleveded and it's getting harder to keep the level difference as you progress now and you are getting less overlevelled and feeling it? XP
If I recall it right, the game has 5 regions, some very few quests pop back in those regions later on, so remember to check it when you are on the fifth one.
Did you find another boss you are having trouble with?
Got Nier and FFXV yesterday, you filthy Destiny casual.
How is it going, Ero-deshi?
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The more I see of this game the more I wonder how Sucker Punch managed to make ISS back around the launch of the Ps4 and make it run as smooth as they did with all the particle effects in an open world game. I know the two games aren't identical, but there similarities and considering remedy are usually good when it comes to visuals and performance, how the hell did they manage to screw this...
Three very different games: 1) bloodborne is like a faster, more aggressive souls game which means it will have better level design, lore, world building and story telling than the other games. 2) Nioh is far more technical when it comes to combat, has some level design elements, deeper rpj elements and is more combat focused. 3) NG is more reflex orientated combat, with a more linear...
Frigging hell, where is pervy sensei (BraLod)?! This thread is incomplete without him. ...
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