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  1. if you want to watch a madman do a giant marathon let's play of every single sonic game, check out raocow's All the Sonics project starting tomorrow (project thesis below)


    1. Diogenes


      i'm surprised he's starting this up so quick after all the megamans

      this is...going to be a journey

  2. i was 2 hits away from killing the death egg robo in sonic 2, thus completing my no-damage run. then the game glitched and i died. 10/10 programming

    1. Adamabba


      one of eggman's deadly traps

  3. Endgame spoilers

    1. KHCast


      *gasp* wow

    2. Shiroi


      How dare!

  4. any chance the new content in P5R will be released as DLC? i finally managed to buy the base game early this year and don't feel like buying it again

    1. Polkadi~♪


      Don't count on it. Sorry.

    2. DiamondX


      @Nast I feel you. I got it right a few days before they announced P5R.

    3. Nix


      *laughs in Atlus*

  5. i really thought the m&s franchise was dead, but okay i guess. also seems like everybody's wearing sports outfits this time, that's a nice touch.

  6. rMyXj01.png

    holy shit this level instantly blew me away, it's beautiful

    1. Solister


      Which game is this? Seems very interesting.

    2. Nast


      @Solister spark the electric jester. it's kinda similar to sonic but with kirby-style powerups. it's made by the guy who made the "before the sequel" and "after the sequel" fangames, if you're familiar with them

    3. Solister


      @Nast I see. This pretty much explain why I first thought this was a ROM hack/fan game than properly a game.

      Of course I know Before and After the sequel, it's curious because it's creator is from the same country as mine, Brazil.

  7. i'm finally playing spark the electric jester. i've got issues with the level design, the same ones i've had with sonic bts and ats, but the gameplay mechanics are neat and there have been some really cool moments.

    there's a lot of powerups but you find almost all of them in the very first stages so the game kinda blows its load too quickly. might have been better to spread them thinner throughout the game.

    1. Legendary Emerald

      Legendary Emerald

      I have a lot of feelings about Spark. It's a good game with the potential to be a great game, but Fepard would rather switch gears and work on 3D game development instead of refining his craft. I enjoy the moment to moment gameplay of Spark more than Freedom Planet, but the difference in polish and boss design is night and day.

  8. ishimoto's compositions in kingdom hearts 3 are pretty samey. i don't know any music theory at all but i feel like he reuses the same composition tricks in every single track to the point where if you took out the instrumentation you could barely tell them apart. doesn't help that said instrumentation is often way too bombastic for my liking (looking at you, final boss theme)

    1. KHCast


      Vanitas’s theme was pretty sick with the electric guitar, but I’m not sure if that was him.

      This was yoko apparently tho 

      and even before I knew that, this was one of my favorite themes in the game 

    2. Nast


      yeah i suspected that was yoko too. it's pretty great.

      ishimoto did compose vanitas' theme in bbs though i'm not sure about kh3's arrangement. either ways it is a highlight from him, but everything else... ehh. san fransokyo's field theme and caribbean's battle theme are interchangeable, instrumentation aside, and that says a lot imo

    3. KHCast


      Monstropolis’s battle theme  was good too

  9. @Tornado Isn't Jirard a fan of Sonic? As well as Jim Sterling since you brought him up. Arin seems like the only one out of place here, and I'm just as baffled as to why Aaron insists on associating him so much with the Sonic brand.
  10. I think you guys are putting too much importance on scores. Just because Andromeda got the same score from him doesn't mean dunkey's trying to directly compare the two. What's really important is his actual thoughts on the game, which I think are perfectly valid even as someone who enjoyed the game and does not fully agree with him.
  11. They seem to be going for an almost toy-like aesthetic, which is really strange. The music also has no energy to it in my opinion. The whole thing reminds me of Nintendo Land more than Zelda. ...I wonder if this is how people felt at the original Wind Waker reveal lol
  12. regarding kh3 music (barely a spoiler, but just in case)

    i'm really disappointed yoko shimomura didn't compose the final boss theme. she's been with the series since the beginning so it'd only be fitting, not to mention she's still miles above the other composers imo

    doesn't help either that the theme used is just a medley :c

  13. finally beat kh3. story spoilers:

    i'm frustrated at how they introduced all these plot points that, turns out, were never concluded and are just there to set up the next saga or advertise union cross. i was especially interested in the girl axel and saix kept mentioning, as well as the role of marluxia, larxene, demyx and luxord. obviously they wanted to generate interest for a potential next game but i feel like insisting on these mysteries and then not answering them undermines the finality this game was supposed to have as the conclusion of the saga. that said i haven't gotten the secret reports yet so maybe they'll explain some of this stuff.

    still, can't say i wasn't interested the whole time and it was heartwarming to see everyone finally get their resolutions. (except for sora, RIP)

    game was pretty fun all things considered, even if a bit on the easy side

  14. I never cared for olaf but kh3 has made me hate him with a passion. never before have I been driven to mute a game due to annoyance

  15. i did not expect the photo mechanic in kh3 to be this adorable omg

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