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General Discussion / Re: The official name change request thread
« on: May 22, 2019, 07:16:01 PM »
Turboo please

If you asked me the topic question a decade ago or so I might've had some trouble, but for as long as I can remember now Wario has been my favorite character. I'm more partial towards his Wario Land depictions focusing on his greediness and tendency to do whatever it takes for treasure (i.e. the powerups where he's set on fire or turned into a zombie, or intentionally ignoring the princess in Shake It) than his WarioWare depictions that focus on his gross-out factor (with still some greed present of course), but I think he's great in both.
While she's lower on my list, I also think Peach is a fun character when she's allowed to actually do things on her own like in some of the RPGs and going around the world in Odyssey. It's a shame they don't show that off more often.

My top 10 would probably be something like:
  • Wario
  • Bowser
  • King K. Rool
  • Peach
  • Luigi
  • Kamek
  • King Boo
  • Rosalina
  • Toad
  • Waluigi

Forum Games / Re: Workin' at the Car Wash [Roleplay]
« on: March 31, 2019, 08:36:47 PM »
*i pull in*

*i knock on the side door*

its me goku

(Goku, taking driving lessons with Piccolo)

still haven't played deus ex or finished imas

Video Games / Re: 20 Day Video Game Challenge - Day 17: Favorite genre
« on: March 23, 2019, 09:41:35 PM »
idk honestly. It's hard for me to quantify genres that I really like since iirc theres none that i like, consistently like most or all of the games in. I think the closest to that would be metroidvanias, since i like most of the metroid games, sotn, shantae, etc.

stuff that's pretty sandboxy/adventure-like is good as well (botw, etc.); i do like rpgs but stuff like paper mario is pretty different from the genre as a whole, i think, and the first two games are my absolute favorites so there's that. puzzle games are also high tier for me, Im very fond of panel de pon and portal and stuff like that

i just like video games

there's a lot of games that have inspired me to want to build things from them in minecraft which i never do

i guess paper mario inspired me to get into the mario series in general and also indirectly join here. I could answer a lot of questions with paper mario

play the shantae series but more specifically pirate's curse if you like 2d platformers/metroid-likes

also heracross brick break and dmc5 and drill dozer

i think mario 64 has a good amount of replay value - I understand it's not the most entertaining to watch on repeat playthroughs since you can only really say so much as a viewer, but i don't find it much more tedious each time i redo 70 star runs as a player

also DMC3 has really good replay value with the different difficulties and bloody palace, and also i could probably replay the first 2 paper marios a lot of times in a row and still enjoy them

i'm sure i have answers to this question but i literally cannot think of any constructive ones so I'll just say I liked doopliss and vivian

i always do dumb *bleep* like half not wanting to play games because the aesthetic is ugly i.e. world of warcraft, but anyway, im not that interested in kid icarus uprising or the stanley parable because of a combination of the dialogue and (seeming lack of, for the latter) gameplay

star fox and f-zero are series i've tried already that i can see the merit in, but they aren't very exciting for me to actually play

there was an old top 10 list I made in 2016, and while I definitely still like all the games on it, it's changed at least somewhat by now. this is my most recent one i.e. the one i made up on the spot just now:

  • Paper Mario
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
  • Metroid Prime
  • Devil May Cry 3

see, i think both this list and the old list are somewhat affected by recency bias. but I HAVE been playing a *bleep*load of dmc3 and theres something about it that always drags me back to it, and i'm not sure that's gonna stop until i beat all the modes; it's refreshing since I haven't really found a game that's sucked me in this consistently (besides easily replayable roguelikes) for a while

hard list to quantify overall since there's so many other games that i'd put near here, like botw, sm64/sms, banjo-kazooie/tooie, luigi's mansion, portal, etc.

i don't know how many answers I could give that wouldn't just be paper mario or pokemon gold again, or elaborating more on why i think majora's mask is art. I did start liking panel de pon (more specifically, the puzzle league/puzzle challenge versions) pretty early on, though I didn't figure out how to make bigger chains until i was older and revisiting the games

in terms of old computer games i liked, pocket tanks, 3d space cadet pinball, and the built in windows versions of solitaire and minesweeper were all pretty good

Lyon from sacred stones, i guess. I can't really call him the best written or most unique villain of all time but his plotline is consistently interesting enough on replays and as well as enough of a tug at the heartstrings. Even if sacred stones is simplistic at points i think lyon's story is done p well

After getting into dmc last year I'm also pretty fond of Vergil, but I'm hesitant to call him a proper villain. For different reasons, I also really like Bowser but have trouble thinking of him as a full villain anymore. It's always stuff like PM that comes to mind over his recent appearances when i want to call him that, and even then theres some (enjoyable) goofiness to him

drill d

imo both hamtaro: ham-hams unite (for gbc) and ham-ham heartbreak (for gba) are really good and underrated adventure games. I don't have sales data for them but I assume the reason i've barely found anyone who's played either/both is because of lack of interest in the source material? but honestly, even if you know jack *bleep* about the anime they both feel pretty fun to play and hold up well on replays once you've forgotten enough about them. There's actually a decent bit of extra post-game content in each too, so it's not just playing through it once and being done. Rly still wish there'd be a third game as a sequel, but unfortunately the devs dont work with nintendo anymore and I'm sure they've restructured heavily by now anyway. not to mention hamtaro as a franchise is probably mostly retired

maybe i'll stream them some day but i have no idea how interesting they'd be on a watch vs personally playing through them

Counting / Re: count to 1,000 with dancing numbers
« on: March 12, 2019, 07:14:33 PM »

Counting / Re: count to 1,000 with dancing numbers
« on: March 12, 2019, 07:26:04 AM »

the issue is I can't really name any truly *bleep* games I've enjoyed despite them being kusoge, and I (un)fortunately haven't played devil may cry 2 yet

update on this. i both hate and love devil may cry 2. it's so *bleep*ing bad, but i had to keep playing it because i wanted to see how bad it could get. i literally got stuck in a wall mid-jump-animation until some enemies hit me out of it

no particular order on these; I'm counting the OST as a whole with tracks I like in particular linked. honestly not really my definitive top 5 list either (like I could easily name splatoon, okami, the paper mario osts, guilty gear music, etc), it's more just *bleep* I put on in foobar relatively often

-metroid prime 1
-pokemon gsc
-symphony of the night
-chrono trigger

Counting / Re: count to 1,000 with dancing numbers
« on: March 12, 2019, 01:33:27 AM »

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