The Brian Daley radio dramas are fantastic, to the point where there are times I consider them the "authoritative" version of the stories. Maybe they'll never be prime canon, but in a lot of ways they're better than their on-screen counterparts. »
I did a community run once. My friends weren't too mean, though, and I did have all my HMs covered. Starting the game with a full team and having to keep it the whole game is actually really fun, although it also highlights how some Pokémon clearly weren't meant to be obtained until the mid-late game. »
I really wish they'd remake this. Nothing too fancy, just a fresh coat of paint. Even a GBC-style colorized version would be nice, because I felt that what hurt it the most was the technical limitations of the Game Boy. »
T0 turn it on and swing it around? No. Han's not exactly a Force user, but he sliced open a Tauntaun just fine. But being Force-sensitive comes with neat little perks like increased agility, reflexes, and instinctive reactions to danger- all of which translate into better lightsaber wielding skills.
Of course,… »
I really just want to lock Kirk Cameron and Tommy Wisseau in a room together for two hours, record it, and release the unedited footage. »
OR/AS actually have you pick a starter on 4 separate occasions. Granted, three are after you've beaten the game, but still. »
Sony's biggest problem is that they think they have more brand loyalty than they actually do. The Vita honestly feels like they said "Let's see what happens if we make a handheld, give it bare-bones support and advertising, then just toss it out into the market!" »
The biggest problem I had with 3 was that I had a hard time appreciating it on its own merit. Since 5 was available in the west long before 3, I had already played (and loved) it, so 3's job system felt limited.
That and the stupid overworld barrier that just kills you without warning if you approach it before the… »
Thankfully, nothing tries to escape any more. But another fun trick is a level 1 Aron with Sturdy and Endeavor. Sadly it will gain levels when you capture the legend (unless you let Aron faint, which might be a good idea if the legendary can't heal). And for those aforementioned healing legends, Heal Block or Taunt… »
I was a goggles purist in Brawl, but I'm also find of Gold's hat in 4. But I still oh so desperately want that goggles amiibo. »
Actually, it all makes sense on the last few nights. The phone guy mentions that the first place had a different owner and was called something like "Fredbear's Family Diner". There's a newspaper clipping after the sixth night that says the new animatronics were destroyed, but the old ones were kept and that the… »
Because a lot of people want to just sit down with their friends and play, and for the person who intends to play this almost entirely with other people, there's not much appeal to slogging through modes you don't particularly like just so Jim can use his favorite character.
I definitely see the appeal of unlocking… »
Remember the Delta Emerald trademark that was filed several months ago? I'm thinking that "Delta Emerald" isn't going to be a new game proper, but OR/AS DLC. Maybe even with a side quest where you can catch the other game's cover mascot? But the Delta Episode feels like it's setting a stage for something grander, and… »
Four. The Sinnoh starters (Turtwig/Chimchar/Piplup) are also available. Also after beating the game. »
It seems to imply that people are incapable of realizing their own bad behavior and cannot feel true remorse, which is deeply unsettling. Because if people really can't get better, then what's the point in even calling out bad behavior in the first place? »