I just wanted to wish to all you Gaf refugees welcome. Great to get some new life in here.
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Swords (by Ian Hinck)
In case some of you didn't know, Ian has started a Kickstarter for a Card Game, Swords.
I backed for the base game, but of course, you do you, and do as you please. Just thought to let the fine people here on this forum know that this is real, and it's happening. L&R.
RE: Ally Introductions
said in Ally Introductions:
Name - Ville " jipostus" Lahtinen
Located - Western Finland
For a living I - Currently unemployed, planning to go study programming
Non-gaming Hobby(ies) - Walking with Dogs, Photography
Gaming Historical facts - I have played original Metal Gear on MSX, BEFORE MGS was released. (Though I didn't understand it, as I didn't understand english back then...)
Firm believer that - There is always something worth living for
Former Champion of - ADOM (I have yet to have a single post version 1.1.1 winbeta 4 win)
PSN - jipostus (though I don't use that as much these days, as I mostly game on PC these days)
Steam - jipostus
XBL - jipostus (I don't have xbox, and more than likely never will, but I still have XBL account)
Twitch - jipostus (I watch some streams, including EZA)
Twitter - jipostus
I'm jipostus, I hail from Finland, and I just had to join these forums, as I just love EZA crew, and I am currently, even though I'm unemployed, 1$ patreon for EZA, and I just wanted to join the community here to see what goes on here, and I hope this community is as jolly and fun as the EZA on their streams and videos.
RE: What's Your Most Memorable Boss Fight Allies?
I remember my first time fighting Ultimecia on FF8... I just brute forced the fight without having Lionheart on Squall (I had his second best weapon on him...punisher?) and without having Eden, because it was my first time playing the game, and I refuse to use any guides on my first playthroughs on games. Anyways, in the last form, I had only Zell and Squall alive, and I managed to pull amazing combo on Zell's Limit Break, and that was enough to win the fight. Afterwards when I read some guides on how to win the fight, I laughed, Hard.
RE: Selective Creation: Make the Best NES/SNES List!
@TokyoSlim Chrono Trigger, Secret of Mana and Final Fantasy VI. Epic Squaresoft Trio, of which all three still hold up to this date. These games are some of the best of the entire RPG genre.
RE: Selective Creation: Make a New Millennium List!
After long wait, I shall come to fix my error...
Zone of Enders 2
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Paper Mario The Thousand Year Door
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Dragon Age Origins
Final Fantasy IX
The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker
Assassins Creed II
Resident Evil 4
Final Fantasy X
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The Longest Journey
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
Batman: Arkham Asylum
Jet Set Radio
There, happy now? (no, you're not, but whatever.)
Sorry this took so long, as I added Skyrim on before I went to sleep, and I only got back here after a long day in school and then I drove 200km to spend a weekend with my friends... Also, I wasn't thinking too much when adding Skyrim, and didn't pay too much attention to the rules... Sorry guys.
RE: Kill Your Babies!: Massacre the Multiplatform Titles!
@CGamor7 I just killed what I seemed to be unworthy to continue forward, and they just happened to be your games. I didn't check who added said games on the list, because that doesn't matter to me.
BUT when it comes to Burnout 3, that game is actually really great fun, And to this day it's one of the few racing games that I actually like. I don't like racing games at all, unless it's something like Burnout, Demolition Derby etc.
But yay, Arkham Asylum made it to the Final two :D But the game it's against is also a great game, Not because of gameplay or graphics, but because of the Storytelling. It is a game that I recommend everyone to play, because that story is THAT good. And every single goddamn reporter who blame videogames for violent behavior needs to play this game. (And to see the actual studies that clearly showcase that videogames don't have correlations to violent behavior.)
RE: LGBTQ+ Allies!
Even though I'm a straight man, I have no issues with LGBTQ+ community, in contrary, I actually dislike people who are against LGBTQ+ community. I feel like there is enough hate and other b-shit in the world without having to hate on people based on their sexuality (or on race or any other trait for that matter).
What I've said to many of those who are strongly against LGBTQ+, is that "What do you lose because of them being who they are? It has literally no affect on your salary, bills or anything else, so why would you take away their happiness? Just because some old book says so? Times have changed since then, and people need to realize that, so just be kind and let them be. You don't have to be one of them, or treat them in any special way, just treat them as you would any other people, because that's what they are. And they too shall treat you just as well in return." or something among those lines, and ended up having few people realize that.
RE: Selective Creation: The Greatest Dungeons in Gaming!
Heaven - Persona 4
Kamoshida's Castle - Persona 5
Shinra HQ - Final Fantasy VII
Durlag's Tower - Baldur's Gate
The Darkest Dungeon - Darkest Dungeon
Goron Mines - Twilight Princess
Deep Dungeon - Final Fantasy Tactics
Sae's Casino - Persona 5
Victory Road - Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire
Infinite Dungeon - Ancient Domains of Mystery
Dragon Roost Cavern - The Wind Waker
Snowpeak Ruins - Twilight Princess
Mana Fortress - Secret of Mana
Sen's Fortress - Dark Souls
Stone Tower Temple - Majora's Mask
The Old Way - TES IV: Oblivion
This is the path you have to take into the Imperial Palace in the last quest of the Thief's Guild storyline of Oblivion. And it is actually pretty darn good. Well, I like it anyways, I'm sure plenty of you disagree.
RE: Thank You
I was devastaded when GT was shut down... I love these guys, their genuine love for games, and their passion for making enjoyable videos. When Easy Allies was announced, I cried tears of joy. Even though I am only $1 patreon, I'm proudly supporting them, and will support EZA as long as either they exist, or I live.
RE: The difference between EZA & "Cynical games media"
This is exactly why I love the EZA crew. Their honest opinions, their love for games and passion for this media shines through, and it is always happy to see their opinions on anything gaming related. They try to find good in everything, and they are willing to give every game a chance instead of dismissing it just by looking it for a second, unlike many others. For example, their comments on Final Fantasy 15... They have had bad experiences with it so far, yet they care and want it to be good, and are worried that it might be bad, instead of just saying something like "Squeenix can't make god FF games anymore, f-that game".