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DoctorEncore

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DoctorEncore last won the day on October 16

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  1. I don't know about you guys, but I'd never donate any money to this guy. He's totally just doing it for the likes and shares. ... ... Just kidding, I'll be there.
  2. Hmmm... 3DS and Vita released in 2011 and 2012 respectively, so... I'll allow it!
  3. Wow, they really named that thing the Hot Stik huh? Bold move.
  4. Reddit will usually give you an answer pretty quickly upon release of a game and often even before release based on trailers. In the end, if the gameplay experience is enjoyable, does it matter?
  5. I can't say I've ever seen this before. Is this an officially licensed contraption or did someone just attach a flight stick to a chair?
  6. @RH@Reed Rothchild@Makar @MegaMan52 @Californication @Estil @Hammerfestus With indie games becoming a true force, this generation might have the widest variety of excellent games the industry has ever seen and that's reflected in everyone's lists. I'm loving all your responses, so here are a few of my thoughts on some of the choices that are popping up. Super Mario Odyssey: I enjoyed it and gathered every moon, but I never did love it. I've never been passionate about the 3D Mario games and, unfortunately, this one didn't change my mind. Still a solid entry, though. Axiom Verg
  7. I don't think I can narrow it down to just one, but I can think of a few that would make the short list. Chrono Trigger Final Fantasy 6 Final Fantasy 7 Castlevania: Symphony of the Night And one more contemporary answer: Outer Wilds (as detailed in the other thread I made regarding my favorite games of the generation).
  8. As the launch of new consoles fast approaches, it's always fun to look back at the past generation of games and have a lively discussion about our favorites. For the sake of this post, I'm considering the current generation to include the Wii U (2012), Xbox One (2013), PS4 (2013), and Switch (2017). Nintendo tends to do their own thing with generations and both of their consoles had significant overlap with the Xbox and PS4, so I'm including them both. Obviously the Switch will continue in some capacity for 3-4 more years, so feel free to exclude it from your own personal lists. Let's go!
  9. I played a few more hours of this yesterday and I have to say, outside of the combat, the game is fantastic. Honestly, if it had straightforward battle mechanics and a traditional experience system, it would be one of my top ten games of this generation. So basically, even if you think you would hate the combat, I'd encourage pretty much anyone to give it a try. The writing, visuals, and animation are just so damn good, everyone should get a chance to experience them.
  10. Buy and then play Breath of the Wild. You won't have to think about anything else for at least a month.
  11. I don't think it will be possible without eBay, unless you have the means and time to travel the entire country (i.e. Nintendo Quest). If you do use eBay, you can make it more interesting by only going after auctions and skipping BINs. This means some games won't be available more than a couple times a year. You could go after the WORST condition copy. It will make it more fun and you'll find some uniquely damaged carts. You could go by publisher sub sets which can lead to some fun display options. I'm sure some other people here will give you some great ideas as well.
  12. I'd be shocked if money actually changed hands for this auction. Anyone with even the slightest knowledge of Google could figure out that is not a reasonable price.
  13. The Secret of Mana and Tetris art are amazing! Thanks for sharing!
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