Quote from: wonderpug on January 27, 2014, 04:15:48 PM
If you've never heard of Rymdkapsel, it's already out on the mobile market and it's a pretty fun little... uh... tower defense Tetris basebuilder strategy game? I don't think it has a ton of replayability once you master the game mechanics, but I was pretty well glued to it for the while that I played it.
Better get it quick before King.com sues them for copyright infringement, claiming that people will think "rymdkapsel" is Swedish for "Candy Crush Saga".
I think the show has been really coming together in the past few episodes. Initially, the lack of Marvel stuff was disappointing, but it's actually allowed them to start building an interesting world of their own. Between their own creations like The Clairvoyant and Raina and the use of obscure Marvel villains like Graviton and Blizzard, the show is building its own world and I don't really mind not having the more well-known Marvel stuff. If they can keep this up, and we eventually get the payoffs for all the things for which they're laying the groundwork, the show has the potential to be something really special.
Quote from: Hrothgar on January 14, 2014, 07:16:57 PM
Quote from: EddieA on January 14, 2014, 10:08:08 AM
Killzone Mercenary would be a lot more tempting if it didn't require 3.5 GB of space, plus whatever the upcoming patches take.
No, no, no. Eddie's supposed to come in an tell everyone how great Tales of Xillia is, not complain about Vita game sizes.
I've been slacking on my RPG proselytizing lately, but I vow to do better Xillia is a really good game with a fantastic battle system. It's also more streamlined than most RPGs, so Xillia is a great place to jump in to the series. I prefer Tales of Graces f, but for $10, Xillia is well worth it.
I've got the game preordered, and I'm really looking forward to it. I'm glad to hear it's a long game, too, as my only concern was that it would be too short. Early February is going to be amazing - Fable Anniversary, Bravely Default, and Danganronpa all within one week
Thanks for the feedback. The problem seems to be when Amazon transfers the items to my local post office, as it takes two days for items to get from UPS to USPS to me, even after they arrive at my local post office. However, the tracking page says that the sender requested that this happen, so I still blame Amazon. It's ultimately their responsibility to get me my package on time, and that includes not using shipping methods that won't allow that to happen.
I always hear about people having issues with Amazon, but I've never had a single issue with them in all the years I've done business with them. They're pretty amazing in my opinion. In fact, I ordered something right before Christmas and it came a day earlier than I thought it would. I'm also a Prime member.
I'd been singing their praises up to this point, too, and it's just this past few weeks when the service has gone rapidly downhill. I can understand this happening around Christmas time, but it was after Christmas that the problem really started. I'm hoping this is just a bump in the road, but I have a bad feeling that it's not.
I've been having a lot of problems with late shipments from Amazon lately. I've been a Prime member for a while now, and all but a few items I've ordered have arrived on time. Even this Christmas, I got all but one item on time. However, things have fallen apart since then. Of the last five items I've ordered, four have been late. Has anyone else experienced this or have suggestions on how I should ask Amazon to compensate me for this terrible service?
Quote from: Teggy on January 03, 2014, 01:55:31 PM
I started up to the demo, went out into the world and into a dungeon, and was promptly one-hit killed by the first monster. Guess I will have to read a little closer about where I'm supposed to go
Even at level 2 with all my money spent on equipment, I still barely survived my first battle in the first dungeon. I'm thinking you're either supposed to level up in the wilderness first, or I'm not using the battle system correctly. I'm loving the demo, though. The game is absolutely beautiful, and the gameplay looks very deep.
It looks like Barnes & Noble is having a year-end sale on some of the year's biggest books. Dan Brown's Inferno was $1.99 yesterday, while Stephen King's Doctor Sleep is on sale today (12/26) for $1.99.
The January US PS+ games might have been leaked. There was a video available on PSN for a short time showing them off. If this is real, it's quite a lineup - Don't Starve for PS4, Bioshock Infinite, DMC, and Brothers : A Tale of Two Sons for PS3, and Smart As... and Worms : Battle Islands for Vita.
I really wish more classics RPGs were available on Virtual Console. I'd love to see the Lufia games, Soul Blazer, and especially Terranigma. Terranigma was released only in Europe, so there's a fully translated version. All they have to do is put it up on VC, but they won't
I've already played through Peggle and Nights on PC, but I couldn't pass up both for $2. They also have a new set of year-end and weekly deals with some really good prices. Highlights include the JRPG Eternal Sonata for $3.74 and SSX for $4.99.