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The Very Inactive One

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The Very Inactive One last won the day on October 9 2016

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About The Very Inactive One

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  • Birthday 02/28/2001

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    Video games, anime, drawing (even though, I'm terrible at it, but I want to get better, so feel free to give me tips), cartoons, and browsing the internet are the best things ever!

    ... To me, at least.
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    It's not important, trust me.

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    Screw Skype! Have my Discord instead! YoshiParty#1914
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  1. Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures is the greatest game ever made, don’t @ me.

  2. The fact that the controller included with it is a recreation of the original PS1 controller rather than the DualShock means there’s no chance of Ape Escape being on here. Therefore, I have no interest in it. It is funny to me how Sony is starting to follow another one of Nintendo’s trends again. Can I expect an “Xbox Classic” from Microsoft soon?
  3. Finally, this had gotten announced. I’ve been waiting for this game since Pocket Camp got released. I spent hours on both NL and the GCN one, so I’m definitely looking forward to this. Hoping they bring back the town size and the fifteen villager limit from the GCN game back.
  4. Already own the Switch version, and the fact it has Denuvo too kinda turns me off of it... ...But at the same time, the fact it has dual audio makes it tempting to me as well. Seriously, though, that alone would make me buy this if I didn’t already own it on Switch. But really, though, why haven’t they bothered localizing Chronicles yet? Seriously, I would have totally took a localization of that game over this PC port. I really want to play it.
  5. I haven’t played Forces yet (nor do I plan to) and it’s been a long while since I played Lost World, but from the looks of it, I think I’d like Lost World more. Forces to me looks like a poor man’s version of Generations with a poorly-made story that almost makes me wish they went back with Pontaff’s style of writing, really awful controls (which I actually experienced myself since i did play the demo), crap “level design”, and that lame avatar gimmick. Lost World isn’t particularly good and I don’t see myself playing through it again, but atleast it was nicely polished, had some level design, and controlled okay for the most part. This might change if I do end up playing Forces, but I honestly doubt it.
  6. Playing Super Mario Odyssey right now. Already beaten the main game, but I’m still have a lot of post-game stuff to do. I really like Odyssey a lot. It’s probably my new favorite Mario game now. Makes me super happy to get a Switch. Also trying out an obscure SFC game called Holy Umbrella: Dondera no Mubou!! (I dare you to try and translate that last part), which looks like a neat platformer/RPG. When I first heard about this game on DYKG’s video on, I knew I had to try it out. Thank goodness there’s a English fan patch.
  7. IGN finally released their review of this game http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/11/11/sonic-forces-review
  8. I just want more info on that Kirby game on the Nintendo Switch. Some game reveals would be nice as well.
  9. I never found any Sonic game to be remotely challenging save for few annoying parts in them. The most difficult Sonic game I played would probably be Spinball, though honestly, I get sick of that game after a while of playing it, so I'm not really sure if that's a case of a game being too difficult for me or just one I can't stand playing it.
  10. These ports are terrible. A lot of these games don't transfer well to touch controls and the emulation is dreadful, with terrible audio quality and performance all over the place. I'll stick using Kega Fusion or that Steam Mega Drive, thank you. Those aren't great either, but they're better than this.
  11. Well, this is unexpected. Tbh, this doesn't really look that bad, honestly. Tbh, I didn't really mind the first Bubsy that much aside from it being super cheap at times, so I don't really mind this revival and honestly, I think it could be good. The developers made Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams and Rouge Stormers which are both pretty good, so I think this could be decent. I'm definitely not excited for this, but I'm not gonna immediately assume it's bad because of the character. Also, this was my first post in months. Don't expect me to make any more after this, though.
  12. Looks pretty neat. It's weird how it isn't on the Switch, but I think it'll get a port later on. If I have complain to make about this, it's the fact that none of the SNES Capcom games aren't on here. I know it's based off the Disney Afternoon Block, but it still would have been nice to play the Magical Quest games in 1080p.
  13. Currently playing Sonic Unleashed again after 2-3 years of not playing it. I managed to play it again thanks to PS Now. It's a pretty fun game so far, though I don't like it as much as I did before. Still, decent game so far. Hopefully I'm able to beat it before my PS Now trial ends. I also have been playing Pac-Man World 3, which I have mixed feelings towards. It controls well, has decent platforming, and I like the dialogue and voice acting of the characters, but the combat is pretty meh, the graphics are kinda ugly, and the music is almost nonexistent. That said, there's more stuff I like about it than stuff I dislike, so I'm sure I'll beat it at some point. And last, but not least, I'm playing Yakuza 0. Loving the game so far. Combat's great, the graphics looks nice running at 60 FPS, the story is pretty interesting, and there's so much content in it. This is probably the best PS4 game I currently own atm.
  14. I don't really have an favorite era, so I rather just say my opinion on each era. The classic era is pretty good. It was the start of the series and pretty established many common aspects of the series. While I don't really like Sonic 1 or Sonic CD, Sonic 2 and Sonic 3 and Knuckles are probably my favorite games in the series, especially Sonic 2. I can play those two games and have a good time with them. Don't really care for most of the spin-offs from this era, though Tails' Adventure is alright. I have mixed feelings towards the Adventure era. While I do like the larger cast of characters it has compared to other eras, I felt the games were left to be desired. Adventure 1 was alright, though I don't really find it all that replayable after beating it, I'm not really a fan of Adventure 2, Heroes was kinda medicore, and I don't like the Advance games as much as most people do. I will say I do really Rush Adventure, though I can't say the same for the original Rush, since I don't remember it very well. The less said about Shadow and 06, the better. The Modern Era is alright. I remember Unleashed (HD) being my favorite Sonic game for a long while, but I haven't played it in a long time, so idk how I would feel about it now. Colors and Generations are pretty good, though I don't like Generations as much as I did back then (Although, I still really like Colors), Lost World was kinda eh, but nothing terrible, and while I'm not fond of the Boom games, the show's pretty decent, so there's that. If I had to choose a favorite, then it would probably be the classic era, since I enjoy the games from that era the most, but really, I'm just a (sorta) allround fan.
  15. Happy birthday!

    Sorry for being so late. I didn't know until now.

    1. Kiah

      Kiah

      Oh no need to apologize! It's fine and thank you very much! Yoshi! :)

    2. The Very Inactive One

      The Very Inactive One

      No problem! ^_^

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