Lan Sukasa

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Last Login: 11/28/2015 9:06 pm

Registered: 09/20/2008

Gender: Male


Birthday: 03/10/1994

Occupation: Doing Nothing Productive


Who am I?

"Do you actually oppose to the idea of video games being challenging and expecting players to get better at it?"

This is your friendly neighborhood Lucario fanboy. I don't do a whole lot here anymore because this site is going downhill, but I imagine you're already aware of that by now.

I am...

-A guy who plays games If I use the term "gamer," people will scream at me like I used a racial slur.
-A brony (yes, I know...)
-A Pokemon fan
-A closet furry of some sort
-A novice chiptune composer
-Some lowlife who works $8 an hour at a shitty fast food joint
-Possible flamebait
-An occasionally edgy nimrod
-A filthy casual
-Basically almost every type of internet cancer in one person
-( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
-why are you still reading this?

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OctoCamo Report | 11/28/2015 2:35 am
I'm sure some are hidden away in reply chains, but the word search only picked up 18 mentions of Undertale from comments expanded from newest to oldest. Go figure. I remember playing the FFA later on and playing it just seemed pointless. I would've imagined that as a remake it would've been really well received. I need to remember Seiken Densetsu 3 if I ever get the retro fewer again and start looking for new gems.

No, don't let the terrorist win. It's a really good show and it shouldn't be judged because of the terrible human waste declaring it as theirs.

Oh. That could be.
OctoCamo Report | 11/27/2015 5:24 pm
Fallout 3 was my first Bethesda game too and it was close to being the last one. I only got New Vegas because I got it from sale with my Fallout 3. If I had played 3 earlier, I probably wouldn't have gotten New Vegas at all. And the only reason I bought Skyrim was because my Zelda: Skyward Sword delivery got delayed. Without New Vegas restoring my faith in modern Fallout and Skyrim showing me that Bethesda is a capable studio, I probably wouldn't have given Fallout 4 a second of thought either. Funny how things work out.

I've never played Left 4 Dead, so the reference was lost on me.
I can't think of a video game fanbase that I'd really hate at the moment. I posted pretty early on in the Undertale thread that keeps showing on first page about how I'm not really interested in the game and how I think the art in it is super ugly, but I haven't been called out on it. Only Seiken Dansetsu I've played is Sword of Mana on Gameboy Advance and I really liked it. All I could see in Space Hamster's comments is bunch of obviously well educated lawyers arguing if emulators and roms are illegal or not and people trying to convince themselves that it's okay for them to do it. Few Undertale comments I spotted weren't really aggressive.

Only fandom that has recently really pissed me off is the fandom of cartoon show Steven Universe. I love the cartoon, but it attracts the worst kind of people who thought that it's okay to almost ruin a business for a joke and celebrated fan artist attempting suicide after getting hate for drawing a fat character skinny and also reblogging someone else's comment in defense of someone else "whitewashing" a "black" character (who's actually a purple space rock, not black) in a piece of fanart. The shows creators have had to tell them off several times on their stupid bullshit and I don't think it's a coincidence that show goes on hiatus for unknown amount of time every time one of these stupid controversies breaks out. This show probably gets canned due to these people someday. And now it's me who's ranting, but oh my God I hate these people.

How did they even manage making a game where you're constantly underleveled because of lack of grinding in a game where you're supposed to have every Pokemon?
OctoCamo Report | 11/26/2015 3:40 am
Sorry, forgot that I didn't reply to this yet.

Since game was announced on Sony's conference, I'd imagine that they would've put a lot of money in to keep exclusivity.
But since the PC port is heading to Playstation 4, maybe that will come out on Wii U or NX too.

I'm enjoying Fallout 4 a lot more than I did Fallout 3, though it not freezing every few hours and every jump in the wasteland running 80% risk that I'll get stuck probably helps with good impressions. It falls short on many things that makes me want to say that it's still way below New Vegas, but man, I'm just having so much fun that it doesn't even matter at this point.

My only problems so far are that the results of armor modding are underwhelming with anything but ballistic weave and I also really dislike that they took fifty steps back with the dialogue to add the vague wheel. Only way they could've saved that is if talking as Silver Shroud was a permanent option. I've spent most of my hours out of the power armor. I've only used it if I want to go guns blazing to super mutant or deathclaw filled area.

Heh, is there a fandom you don't hate? I haven't played Undertale yet even though my brother bought it for me. From little I've seen of Undertale community hasn't come off cringy or salty to me.

Wow, that sounds pretty evil. Especially considering that this probably attracts a lot of younger audience. Part of me wants to believe that there is a hidden mechanic that developers failed to explain that would be a game changer.
Reno Takamiya Report | 11/25/2015 11:12 pm
Reno Takamiya
Wait, what? I just saw your current status. sweatdrop
OctoCamo Report | 11/23/2015 1:24 pm
Final Fantasy VII is at least my second favorite game in the series, so I'm pretty psyched up even though I haven't touched Smash since launch week.
I really hope that people take this is as a sign that Final Fantasy VII HD will come out on Wii U just to see them lose their marbles when it doesn't. It will be most delicious.
What have you been up to? Picked up any of the recent big releases? I remember that you said that you were looking forward to Fallout 4.
OctoCamo Report | 11/23/2015 4:43 am
Hiya, what's up? I take it that you're not excited about Cloud coming to smash?
Reno Takamiya Report | 11/20/2015 11:05 pm
Reno Takamiya
Interesting. I'm just hoping that Microsoft's version of "backwards compatibility" for the Xbox ONE will end up featuring most if not all of the games that were on the Xbox 360, especially those very few Japanese titles that were on the system. Unless Sony's version ends up being a lot like Microsoft’s, I hope they'll go the digital route through PSN instead of disc-based backwards compatibility. While it might be beneficial for those that still have their PS2 games lounging around, it's not exactly that easy to acquire some games nowadays. That's why PSN could still do with getting Shadow Hearts, Xenosaga, and both of the .Hack series on PSN. At least the Xbox ONE gives you the option of using either the disc or getting it digitally but that still depends on if both options are viable. Same could be said for Sony if they plan to go the same route.

Oh really? I actually didn't know that. I was under the impression that all it took was for the disc or cartridge to be readable solely by the system to label it as "true" backwards compatibility. Whereas the Xbox ONE allows you to use the disc or get the game off of Xbox LIVE digitally. If you go the disc route though, you still need to download the disc to the system and keep it in the system to run the game.
Reno Takamiya Report | 11/20/2015 1:19 am
Reno Takamiya
Heh, It looks like Sony isn't fairing all too well with their PlayStation Now service for "backwards compatibility" on the PS4. PlayStation 4 Is Getting PlayStation 2 Emulation, Sony Reveals I have a feeling it's going to work just like it did on the PS3 and that was through purchases and downloads from PSN. Sony also probably saw what Microsoft was doing with the Xbox ONE's "backwards compatibility" and thought they'd do something like it as well. Not that either can really be called native backwards compatibility like the PS2 had all those years ago. Most likely why they're calling it "emulation" in Sony's case.
OctoCamo Report | 10/20/2015 2:32 am
I was just reminded to ask because a friend from work got Bloodborne. He was taking it lightly and any warnings went straight out of the other ear so I was super worried, but he surprisingly is hanging in there. I also continued Bloodborne which has been sitting on my shelf for a long time now. I don't enjoy it nearly as much as I did Dark Souls, but I've done quite a bit of progress in last couple of days.

I hear you on that problem. I have many games I want to replay or give another shot at, but I always have others games on my way. I'm looking forward to Fallout 4 too, I have the collector's edition ordered. I hope Bethesda does good job with it. It's an unpopular opinion but I thought New Vegas was million times better than Fallout 3, so I'm hoping that Bethesda has taken some example from them.

I love my Siren that I solo'd most of the game with. I also quite liked Gaige, but when she was finally released I had already accepted the fact that I wasn't having fun with Borderlands 2. I keep feeling like giving it another chance though, so it's on my list of reasons to get Xbox One (so I can transfer my save file from 360). I also played with the golden chest equipment and I would really call it more of a "not-s**t mode". The not-that-great Sniper Rifle I got from the chest around level 10 was the most decent weapon I got throughout the whole game until New Game Plus.
OctoCamo Report | 10/18/2015 6:27 am
Hiya, what's up? Have you gotten around playing any Dark Souls?