What games are you currently playing?

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by King Weavel, Aug 9, 2009.

  1. I think I deleted a post.
  2. SELL THE WII TO GET DEVIL SURVIVOR. I want to try Devil Survivor too. But I just ran into it recently, so I don't know much about it...

    I AM CURRENTLY PLAYING...Castlevania: Curse of Darkness that a friend gave me =D


    Come to think of it...everyone in the game is man-pretty, save the single taco in this whole sausage-party...I can't help but think of HOMOLUST while I play it. Maybe that's the real....DRACULA'S CURSE!
  3. Nothing ATM...But recently I played Chrono trigger for my snes emultor.
  4. Dawn Of War right now, god damn I love this game.
  5. Just wrapped up the pacifist run on Iji, and got the good ending too.

    Beat FFV not that long ago. Neo Exdeath was a bit of a pushover, at least compared to F*CKING SHINRYU.
  6. FF12. The longest game ever. So long I forgot what the heck is going on in the main storyline (wait, what main storyline? That's right.)

    And.... this:

    Show Spoiler


    i love this.

    I play this game over. And over. And over. Again. Phoenix Wright, anybody?? :D

  7. :heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart::heart:
    Starting it up again from the beginning tomorrow night :3

    I would so have an orgy with PW and ME ^^

    Currently playing Trickster Online and just some casual games. Playing Katamari on and off, as well as FF12 but I've been lazy lately... just mainly sticking to casuals.
  8. Hello, I'm Fox and it's nice to meet you all!

    Not sure I have a favorite genre xD but my favorite shows would have to be Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Madoka Magica, and Mawaru Penguindrum. I tend to like things that have magic and fantasy in 'em and I'm kind of drawn to anime that takes itself somewhat seriously. Also dark twists, yes.

    And did someone say white-haired bishies? Say hello to Akihiko Sanada 8D

  10. Replaying Jade Empire for the second time. Then got bored. So its on hiatus.

    But I do love me Legendary Strike + Crimson Tears + Jade freaking Golem. Though maybe I should go all Avatar the Last Airbender and just pick up magic styles this time. Heh. Firebending. Dire Flame. Win.

    Oh God, Lucy's face is TERRIFYING.


    "IT'S A-ME, MARIO!"

  12. Einhander. A Squaresoft game made back when Square was good (in before 'you came from /v/, didn't you?'). A shmup (from a company that makes RPGs!) with no life gauges, no powerups, no bombs, only different weapons. At only 7 stages, short but sweet. You don't know what the bosses are saying, do you? Du wirst sterben. Good day.

    Homeworld 2. Yes, I'm playing it again. Trying to put my own badges into the game.

    The Rebels are fucktards. I might have to stress how snowspeeders were shot down like flies by AT-AT crews in The Empire Strikes Back novel.
  13. Mario&Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
    Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume
  14. Thank you! c:
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    Spatiomancy is the manipulation and transmutation of objects and elements from one physical form to another. Those attuned to this type of magic can harness their abilities best with exoskeletons crafted from crystals. Centuries into the magitech boom, Spatiomancers began to experiment with crystal augments embedded within their flesh to allow them to project their magic without the need of an external device. These augments do not seem to function well with other forms of magic, and thus become a Spatiomancer exclusive advancement.

    Spatiomancers can combine elements to form objects, or break objects down to their elements. They can manipulate metals to form temporary weapons or combine rocks to form walls or walkways. Their magic is not limitless, however, for even adept Spatiomancers can only perform great feats once before expended. Overuse of their abilities can cause their crystal augments or exoskeletons to break or backfire resulting in lethal, if not fatal, injuries.

    These magi can only hold a transmutation for a short period of time. Many tend to become tricksters, swindlers, and thieves due to their abilities. Those with better morals use their magic to ease labor work or even aid in efforts of healing.​
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    Perhaps the most unchanged form of magic is that which derives from Blood. Hemomancy still remains the rarest form of magic that derives from one's Life Force. It can only be harnessed by a select few, all of which are still exclusively human. Harnessing Life Forces can also extend into the afterlife, allowing these magi the ability to commune with the dead. They completely bypass The Darkness and have a direct connection to the afterlife which sets them apart from the menacing Umbramancers. They are regularly hired, sought after, and revered by the people of Myast, and are typically under the employ of the High Kind or Queen of Estwynd.

    Hemomancers are easily picked out from a crowd. While they may appear normal in appearance, they carry a quite striking gaze. Their eyes glow a white-blue hue known as the Mask of Death, for all Blood Mages can see the souls of both the dead and the living. The process of gaining this ability is also the same in which they become a Hemomancer. At some point in their life, these individuals are pulled into the afterlife and are forced to fight their way out and back to the Living World. In this time, they can be missing for days or even weeks, most never returning. Those that do emerge into the Living World with the Mask of Death and the ability to manipulate blood.

    Blood Mages can only manipulate their own blood. They can, however, dilute their own blood with another's allowing a greater force of attack or even manipulation of their target's body. These Casters are not readily used in battle despite their usefulness as they are often engaged in other duties.​
  17. I generally prefer subs, as they're are generally nicer on the ears. I find the English language, or at least a lot of English speakers' voices, tend to be a bit "harder" or "sharper", whereas Japanese mostly uses "softer" consonants.

    In general, I think it's a bit trickier to capture certain nuances in English, and it's much easier to sound monotone due to the variety of sounds it uses not being optimal for trying to speak in a certain voice.

    There have been a number of dubs I've liked, whether it be because they I thought they were decent/good/great/etc., or I just happened to watch them first.
  18. *smites Darkness for being a "noob"*

    Lately I've been playing RuneScape with the gang the most.

    I haven't continued Dragon Age: Origins in a few days at least (I'm trying to beat it a second time), and I might just let it go for now and continue my conquest of Europe as Russia in Empire: Total War instead.

    I also still play Red Orchestra and Mabinogi sometimes.
  19. But I played the game before it was called Runescape Classic.

    No wait, it was AFTER.
  20. Chrono Trigger!!!

    Also Is and awsome game!!!