Lives really shouldn't be a thing in Sonic anymore. We get so many of them at this point, that the number hardly matters. I never find myself worrying about running out of lives because they come across so often and we get so many of them at a time, it's silly and defeats the purpose of them being there in the first place. Besides, the worst you get out of losing all of your lives is having to start that level over again, which usually don't go on for more than just a few minutes, so you don't lose much of anything.
It tries to leave you in suspense for that last sentence. But yeah, even the long ones completely show up and only get a last bit at the end cut off. Got no problem with long statuses, but the function could be a bit better.
He pretty much does, though. Poor guy goes through so much stress and countless hours of work and there are still people who try to say that they want more from him, it's ridiculous. He already does so much to try and make everyone happy, I seriously don't blame him for being sensitive to it considering what he does for the people who like his games. In regards to the 3DS version of the game, it did hold back some of the potential that the WiiU version could have had, but I'm actually okay with that. Lots more people seem to have a 3DS than a WiiU and it's awesome to be able to play the game anywhere you go as well as knowing that you're more likely going to be able to play with people who have that version of the game. I think it's a worthwhile trade, more people got to play the game and I think the WiiU still got a very solid amount of content at the end of the day too. Ice Climbers are missing, but we got tons of great stuff in place of it and then some.
This isn't input related to KH3, so I hope you guys don't mind.. I'm trying to play through the series so I can get up to speed before the release of Kingdom Hearts 3. I got the 1.5 HD Remix, replayed the first KH game after so many years and loved it. I got myself to sit through Re:Chain of Memories. I didn't like it too much because of the card system, but I liked the story they gave me from the cutscenes, so I stuck through it. I did a little research of 358/2 Days and found out that fans of the series generally aren't big fans of this one, but people were saying that the movie missed out on a lot of key parts. I decided to cash out some more and bought a copy for the DS and started playing it. I tried playing it a while back and stopped because I lost interest. It got boring to me and I just didn't care. I liked the story, but the gameplay just really isn't enough for me to say I'm having fun. Now I'm trying it again and I'm having the exact same problem around the exact same time. I want some advice or words on what to do here from you all. I already put out the money for the game, should I just suck it up and truck through the game? Is there really that much that the HD movie looks over? Or will I get enough of a gist from the movie that I'll understand everything that's going on and be comfortable? I'd normally be able to go through something like this fine enough, I wasn't crazy about Re;CoM, but I was able to stick through it. I'm just having a lot more trouble with this one. Any thoughts to help me out?
I don't understand the hype behind Bandana Dee either. I think Shovel Knight would be interesting, but I feel like people took the idea of third party characters and want even more of those now. They're cool to see in the game, but I imagine it can only be easier for Nintendo to work with their own characters. But you're definitely right about the moveset thing, ever since the ballot kicked in, people have been coming out with art for movesets for so many characters, it's actually pretty awesome.
Okay fair enough, I have to admit that those are some good points and I can't deny the work put into that post along with the 1,000,000+ views it has along with it. I don't know, maybe I'm just not fond of the character myself. I like DK games and all, but I'd just like the spot being used for someone else. I guess complaints about possible movesets in a Smash Bros game is ridiculous when they manage to give someone like Duck Hunt Dog something to work with.
I get why Classic Sonic could be a big deal here, with a 25th anniversary title and all, but..I have mixed feelings on Generations 2. It would be nice because I loved Generations and getting more of that, maybe with some more polish to it, that would be great and I'm sure I would enjoy it..but it wouldn't exactly satisfy the need for a new, good Sonic title that doesn't have them focusing on the past. I think the fans deserve something fresh, SEGA has shown their dedication to the old titles in more than enough ways already.
It's a little disappointing the Tournament Mode seems to be an online only thing so far. People who play these games still have friends over, it would have been nice to be able to set this up locally like what Brawl ended up having. I don't see why they didn't just end up bringing something like that back, it had pretty much everything a Tournament Mode needed anyways. As for the Mii fighters, I may not be crazy about them, but it is a nice way of them included nods to other series. Lloyd being a playable character maybe was a bit of a long shot, but his Mii costume looks great! I can understand fans being disappointed that they have to resort to premade movesets with a different coat of paint on it, but there's no way they could appeal to everyone. When it comes to King K. Rool, jeez, I honestly have no idea where the fanbase for this guy even came from. He's hardly that major or even interesting in the Donkey Kong universe and have there really ever been that many people who really wanted him in a Smash game before now? I seriously don't get it. Maybe he's more well known than other characters who made it in like Shulk, but it seems completely out no where for this guy to suddenly get so much interest and demand for. I personally don't want him in because I don't care for him and the slot could be used for someone with a more interesting moveset, and as much of a petty reason as this might seem..wow, he's ugly. It would seen jarring compared to other Smash characters. Obviously he's making an affect in the ballots, so we'll see if this Mii costume is really the end of him or not, but I'm kind of hoping it is. We'll see how "fans" of King K. Rool react to this.
Here's hoping it doesn't end up anywhere nearly as popular as HSM did. Disney Channel's desperate attempts at these cheesy sitcoms and occasional just as cheesy movie is just pathetic and gets worse and worse as time goes on. Seriously, they need to stop with the live action teen drama crap and bring something else to the table because it's gotten old a long time ago. One of the actors for Descendants is bound to get their own TV show too at this rate, because they always recycle them too for as long as they can.
I had a SEGA Genesis with some games like Vectorman and Toejam & Earl. Sonic the Hedgehog was one of the games too (Because it came with the console, if I remember correctly) so I played it there and loved it. Ended up getting Sonic Mega Collection for the GameCube and other stuff like that later on that let me play other classic titles.
Google's attempt at a social media had some unfortunate timing. I feel like Facebook is slowly dying and, had they waited a little longer, maybe it would have kicked off better. But they still shouldn't force you to tie it with your YouTube account, so it's good that they're at least getting rid of that.
Hey, welcome to the site! I hope you like it here, it's a great place with plenty of great people. I roam around KH13 every now and then, only have a few posts but I'm meaning to get back to it once I play through Kingdom Hearts, which I'm actually doing right now! Just finished Re:Chain of Memories and I'm going to jump into 358/2 Days in about a week or so when I head out for a vacation and want something to you. If you ever want to chat about gaming or anything else, feel free to PM me! There's definitely roleplaying around here as well. I know that this on could use some love and I'm thinking about joining it myself:
But yeah, make yourself at home and enjoy your stay, it's great to meet you!
The 8-Bit version of Labyrinth Zone from the Game Gear version of the first game. It's got this pumped up, almost jazzy feel compared to the Genesis version. Although somebody did make a 16-bit remix of it too
I tried using Edge for a little while. It isn't bad, definitely a step up from Internet Explorer, but it's definitely missing a few things to it that really make it worth it. The ability to change the default search engine is greyed out and I can't really do anything with it. There are extensions with Chrome that make my life easier that I wouldn't want to ditch, and the handiness of some things like pressing tab to search a site on Chrome is really handy too. I think Edge is a good default browser for people who just want to use Windows 10 the way that it comes, but Chrome still stands on top for me.