... I refuse t' try and defend AC's plot issues. Someone get me Mr. Wright's number plz.
Castlevania Aria of Sorrow. Bleh, difficulty spike caught me off guard. Still not as worse as the NES counterparts. Death needs to die though.
That Nintendo is aka wiiu is getting plenty of growup games last year and this for resident evil Revelations, splinter cell blacklist, assassin creed 3 & 4, ninja gaiden 3 & 4, darksiders 2 & 3, ghost recon, gta 5, elite sniper, watchdogs, batman akham city 1 & 2
and my many more growup games to come, and new nintendo for games there never been variety of growup games like these for Nintendo and this many until now, i say more the 20 games on wiiu that are growup variety so far plenty more to come
Must find bonfire. I do not want to retread Sen's Fortress again.
Welch uses Size 1 text with similar frequency and in the same manner I do. i dont even
Also, inventing breaks the game early on. I didn't have a good grasp on it when I was a youngster, so I read up on it and tried somethin' out; ended up makin' some kickass armor (for that point in the game), and now Fayt takes no damage. TtEoT ain't difficult 'til the end/post game anyways, so whatever.
Finally made it to the one bonfire in all of Sen's Fortress. That stupid fire giant killed me once before I could touch it.
Injustice, why are you the most addicting fighting game ever? I had a massive session with the lads yesterday and it went into today, I've hardly slept because it. Batman rushdown is BS.
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I'm using the claymore as well. Still annoying. Taking a break from it for a day or 2. Back to Morrowind. Everyone is just as xenophobic as I last saw them. Their loss. Elder Scrolls' Jesus is an outlander and there's nothing they can do about it. Something is causing me to have lower stats than what it's should be. I think my guy is either bugged or that plague is supposed to change that on purpose but I do recall that the "cure" gets rid of stat changes. Meh, I'll live.
So, the villain lives in large gothic castle, his plan requires the capture of someone with royal heritage, intends to cover the world in darkness and despair in the name of vengeance for his people, and his ultimate weakness is magically-charged arrows that explode into a burst of light on impact.
A question for y'all: am I playin' Skyrim, or Ocarina of Time?