Haven't been on a forum in years, let alone a relatively new one. It's impressive what this team has accomplished so far in such a short time span. Anyways, it's great to be on the forum for another great website.
You guys i finished reading the four pack revolution. i'll upload a video review after i get a haircut
I no idea that Chael had a another book besides his first one. I got the first one as somewhat of a troll gift, (I'm an Anderson Silva fan) but I enjoyed it thoroughly. It's pretty insightful.
Currently I'm reading The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I would recommend East of Eden by John Steinbeck to just about anyone. It's a bit long, but I think East of Eden captures the American spirit pretty well.
1. Vagrant Story - Difficult, unconventional gameplay, great atmosphere, and a total time-sink. Loved it.
2. Suikoden 2 - Best of the series and a surprising amount of replay value because of the multiple ways you can gather many of the 108 stars.
3. Final Fantasy Tactics (War of The Lions script is my preferred script) - I don't really think a FInal Fantasy game has topped this one in terms of anything yet. (Well, maybe except graphics.)
4. Megaman X - Childhood favorite
5. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild - Adult favorite
6. Chrono Trigger - Pretty damn close to a perfect RPG game.
7. Mass Effect 2 - Favorite in the series. Best marriage of shooter/RPG mechanics.
8. Super Metroid - Nothing quite like it. Easy to pick up and play. Perfect mechanics, and just all around fun.
9. Castlevania: Symphony of The Night - Similar to Super Metroid it's just an awesome go-to game to play when I have nothing else.
10. Earthbound - I love this game, but i also have history with it because it took me like ten years to beat since all of my save files on this game had a habit of getting destroyed/deleted, or ending up on a machine that got destroyed/deleted.
The body is but a vessel for the soul.
A puppet which bends to the soul's tyranny.
And lo, the body is not eternal, for it must feed on the flesh of others,lest it return to the dust whence it came.
Therefore must the soul deceive, despise, and murder men.
-- A. J. Durai (Opening Screen from Vagrant Story)
@chocobop I totally forgot this one. I love the Shadowrun opener.
@naltmank I would say don't be so down on yourself, but no don't get it. It's not beginner friendly at all, and in order to even understand the system a little bit you need to delve into one or two guides.
I like Guild Wars 2, but IMO, most of the fun is derived from the PVE/Group stuff. It does have a PVP system that you can jump into right out of the gate and it is free to play minus the expansions.
It's fairly casual, in that, ArenaNet built everything with the mindset that you can achieve a decent amount without investing insane play hours. That being said, the end content still requires some investment.
To quote my cousin, "I'll won't believe that Khabib is actually fighting until he steps into the octagon."
That being said, I think that Khabib will wipe the floor with Al.
Hearthstone has the position a lot of games might find themselves in 4 years later: beloved at the time, not nearly as loved later on.
Yeah, I gotta admit i don't even touch the game now. But it was just such a beast of a game for me when I first started playing it that I had to put it in there.