@kohna Have you played since you last posted? I can't wait to hear how you've been doing.
Posts made by D-Up Gaming
RE: What are you working on!
I've been working on creating content on a YouTube channel I started with my friend. We will do video game podcasts and streams.
We just started, so if you got any suggestions or tips and tricks for us, we're all ears. L&R
RE: Project Re Fantasy - untitled RPG project from Atlus
RE?? Zero?? hmm....
RE: Anime! Who's watching what?
The 2017 e-sports anime from China
King's Avatar (Quan ZHi Gao Shou) - first episode officially on YouTube
Ye Qiu is regarded as the top GLORY player in China. When his own club forced him to retire from the league and hand over his account of 10 years, he vows to return to the pro scene with a vengeance in one year's time.
The voice acting, the animation and production are all top-notch. Definitely a must-watch if you are tired of old anime tropes.
First season is 12 episodes long.
RE: Monster Hunter: World (PS4/XB1/PC)
Will this game be fun solo?
Capcom seems to have been more mindful of solo players as of late.
- being able to bring along 2 felynes to hunts instead of 1 allows more creative tactics
- a bit more time spent on story development (NOTE: it was still VERY bare bone and basic [a la MHX/MHXX] )
Hunting these big monsters will always been fun alone or otherwise. For 50 minutes or however long you take to finish your hunt, you have to stay on your toes. Being resourceful with your items and accurate with your strikes may net you better rewards in the end. You will be challenged and you will enjoy every second of being a solo player (if your weapons are not OP).
Having said that, let me just say playing MH with a good, supportive group is about one thousand times more enjoyable than going at it solo. The prep, the roles, the constant communication, the little victories celebrated during each mission etc. have given MH the legs to continue to run strong since MHP2/MHP2G on the PSP, mostly in Asia. Few things will be as enjoyable as that relieving sigh you and your teammates simultaneously let out as your mark goes down after that a 40-minute battle.