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EXP this Month25 EXP
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Member Bio

I'm a fan of many video games, but having Pokemon as a first really cements the RPG genre into your heart. A particularly big fan of the aforementioned Pokemon, the classic Final Fantasy games, Chrono Trigger and the Tales series. If I had to pick a genre that's not RPG, it would be Metroidvania. Always up for a good discussion.

Item Collection (3)

On Wishlist (1)

Title Genre Price
Octopath Traveler Turn-based RPG $59.99

Wishlist Retail Cost: $59.99 (Games with Prices)
Space needed for Wishlist games: 2,900 MB (Games with Sizes)

In Collection (3)

Title Genre Price
Battle Chef Brigade Puzzle RPG $19.99
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition Action $59.99
SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition Strategy RPG $19.99

Collection Retail Value: $99.97
Collection Total File Size: 13,885 MB

Recent Comments

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition
July 9, 2018 09:22:06 PM
I would highly recommend this, much more than I would Fire Emblem Warriors. Fire Emblem Warriors is riddled with clones and seems to clearly have been made to cash in on a franchise without a ton of love poured in. Hyrule Warriors, especially Definitive Edition, has oodles of content, uniquely designed characters all throughout, and is clearly made by people who know their Zelda and love the franchise to death. If you're thinking of deciding between the two Warriors games, go for Hyrule Warriors.
Dust: An Elysian Tail
July 9, 2018 08:30:13 PM
I'd love to have this game on my Switch! While I've only given it the one playthrough on Steam, I loved the aesthetics and I'm just a sucker for any solid Metroidvania game, which Dust definitely is. Very interested to see how it stacks up on replay and if the Switch portability affects the feel of it at all.

Recent Review Comments

Shining Resonance Refrain
July 9, 2018 09:25:03 PM
While the review did leave a good impression on me (it seems like a different take on a Tales game, which I'm all for), I'm a bit worried about all the different systems the RPG offers. I'm not a big fan of a huge number of mechanics in my RPGs, and SRR seems like it has quite a few.