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I'm 24 year old fellow from Southern Finland. I mainly go by Fami and Shii.
I consider myself quite a video game enthusiast with a lot of my time involving video games in one way or another, whether it's listening to video game music, reading news, discussing, thinking, collecting or even playing some of them once in a while.

I've played video games throughout my whole life starting with NES, though I don't have many memories from back then besides watching my brother and father play Super Mario Bros. 3. Most of my early childhood gaming memories involved Super Nintendo and Sega Master Syster with Zelda, fighting games and platformers. I started taking gaming more seriously during fifth generation with games like Ocarina of Time and Final Fantasy VII and my interest kept growing to my teen years with Playstation 2 until I had a burn out and only started slowly recovering quite far into seventh generation with Nintendo DS Lite and later Xbox 360. Now I'm more into gaming than ever before. My current main systems are Playstation 4 and Vita.

I used to be huge into anime (and all things Japan) as well, but the interest ended up fading away. But it's something that I've also started to pick up slowly again with shows like Attack on Titan and Space Dandy. The latter of which might very well be my new favorite anime. Some of my past favorites have been Trigun, GTO, Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, Dragon Ball Z, Hajime no Ippo, School Rumble and Neon Genesis Evangelion. I also used to read manga with my favorites being Ranma ½, Dragon Ball and Detective Conan. Naruto was the only long lasting series that I've been following lately, though that came to it's end. Nowadays I've also started to get more into western comics like Fables, Y: The Last Man, The Walking Dead and Guardians of the Galaxy among other superhero comics. I follow many western cartoons like Archer and South Park. I don't follow many "real" TV shows, but currently watching Better Call Saul. I'm a huge fan of Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones. My favorite movie series is Star Wars.

I'm fueled by music, but I always had impossible time trying to describe my taste. Even when I really like few songs from some artist, I rarely get around looking more into their other stuff. Some of the few artists / bands I've looked bit more into are Elvis Presley, Pentatonix, Queen, Scatman John, The Silent Comedy and Voltaire. I also listen a lot of nerdy artists on Youtube, like my favorite, Gavin "Miracle of Sound" Dunne. If you want to know more about my taste, my profile's playlists has plenty of music I love. This playlist especially has many of my all-time favorite "real" songs. Here's some nerdy favorites and VG Music.

Some of my past obsessions have been mythology and folklore. As a kid The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Myths & Legends by Arthur Cotterell was my favorite book, my aunt's ex-husband had it and I would always read it and take notes when I visited them. Also used to love reading about all sorts of paranormal stuff, even though I never was a believer. I'm not very knowledgeable, but I love space and I'm an avid stargazer. I take lots of photos of moon and stars, even though my camera isn't great for that.

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“Critics who treat 'adult' as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.”

― C.S. Lewis


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Lan Sukasa Report | 11/30/2015 12:28 am
Lan Sukasa
Being on a shoestring budget back in the day, emulators were my jam back then. Without them and Neill Corlett's hard work with ROM hacking and stuff, I wouldn't have ever experienced Seiken Densetsu 3. I still remember flipping out when my brothers managed to find a Nintendo 64 emulator and a ROM of Ocarina of Time. Of course, since it was 2002, it was an old, OOOLLLLDD version of Project 64 that we used with all of it's quirks, like the smoke graphics in Volvagia's boss room being replaced with yellow triangles. And to this day, even the best N64 emulators still struggle to run Mario Tennis and Pokemon Puzzle League with very little issues.

I don't blame you. It's a horrible mentality that I wish to get rid of one of these days.

I never liked the DS Zelda's at all. I liked Wind Waker, and I could never get into Twilight Princess or Skyward Sword. My heart still belongs to A Link to the Past.
Lan Sukasa Report | 11/28/2015 9:17 pm
Lan Sukasa
Seiken Densetsu 3 is, IMO, way better than Secret of Mana. The battle system feels a lot more refined, the multiple characters to choose from and the class system adds a lot of replayability to the game. And it doesn't have a super finicky sound engine where the lead instruments of a song could cut out from the battle SFX. But most people prefer Secret of Mana because of nostalgia and "EMULATORS ARE ILLEGAL!!!"

I don't know what it is, it's just when I'm interested in something and I see it has a really horrible fanbase, I slowly lose interest in it. Then again, this is coming from someone who's into Pokemon, which in general, doesn't have a very good fanbase. In fact, there are tons of things I like that don't have good fanbases. Look at Zelda's and the routine they pull with every new major game.
Lan Sukasa Report | 11/28/2015 12:01 am
Lan Sukasa
Well, at first, the video had a ton of Earthbound and Undertale fans ragging on him for not praising their favorite game instead of his. But I suppose it's turned into the usual "are emulators legal" debate that I've been seeing since the dawn of time whenever emulation and fan translations are brought up anywhere. Right next to Dawn of Mana, Sword of Mana (which is a remake of the first game in the series, Final Fantasy Adventure, AKA, Mystic Quest,) seems to be everyone's least favorite Seiken Densetsu game. I personally liked it and thought it was better than FFA. Most people probably didn't like it because they're too nostalgic for FFA, or it didn't have any co-op play like Secret of Mana, Seiken Densetsu 3, or Legend of Mana.

Oh sweet Jesus, don't even get me started on the SU fandom. I think it has come close to TOPPING the Sonic fandom in terms of really bad and hostile fandoms. Honestly, I was sort of interested in the show at one point, but after hearing about how one artist was almost driven to suicide over drawing Amethyst differently, I was like [******** that, I don't want to be a part of THAT group."

My theory is this was Chunsoft's response to all of the complaints about Gates to Infinity being too easy. So rather than tuning up to difficulty to be on par with the other two games, they just went all out and made it horrendously brutal, making it comparable to some of the other Mystery Dungeon games like Shiren the Wanderer and the Dragon Quest Torneko series.
Lan Sukasa Report | 11/26/2015 7:42 pm
Lan Sukasa
I don't know what it is, I just don't really feel the same satisfaction that Fallout 3 gave me when playing 4. Maybe it's because 3 was my first Bethesda game. Admittedly, I never really got into New Vegas a whole bunch, as I only spent over twenty hours on that game compared to the 100+ I spend on 3.

You know what I don't hate? I don't hate vests. It's mostly the overly vocal and aggressive fandoms that I don't like, so it's usually the fandoms of more popular games. Trust me, you'll encounter some freak with a Sans avatar on someplace like YouTube who can't accept the fact that there are people who believe there are better RPG's than Undertale. For instance, Space Hamster did a video on Seiken Densetsu 3 (my all-time favorite game) about a month back, and the whole comments section was just FULL of people getting salty because he called it the best 16-bit RPG instead of saying the same for Earthbound or Undertale. In it's current stage, it's not nearly as bad as the FNAF fandom, but it's getting there.

Considering it's targeting a younger audience, the enormous amounts of difficulty is kind of a bad thing. I sort of hope they'll release a patch that'll take away a lot of the artificial difficulty so it'll possibly be on par with Explorers of Sky in terms of challenge, but seeing as the game's been out in Japan for two months and no word about DLC has been said about the game, I have my doubts. I can see a lot of casual Pokemon fans being deterred from the MD series because of the difficulty of the latest entry. I mean, for goodness' sake, most people are forced to beat the game as low as level 23! It's almost like being forced to do an SL1 run in Dark Souls!
Lan Sukasa Report | 11/23/2015 2:19 pm
Lan Sukasa
I'd like to think FFVII HD may happen on the NX. I doubt the Wii U would be powerful enough.

I don't know what it is, but this year feels like the year of games I found to be disappointing or unappealing. Fallout 4 is good, but not nearly as good as 3 or New Vegas. There seems to be so much missing from it compared to those two games. And I don't like how it seems to force you to use power armor for most of the game to stand a chance against anything that aren't your typical Radroaches, Bloatflies, and Raiders. Then there's Undertale, which never really clicked with me when I went ahead and tried out the demo. I mean, the idea of an RPG where you don't have to kill everything seems interesting, but it also seems a bit pretentious. Also, the game has already managed to acquire a fandom that's just as cringy and salty as the FNAF fandom.

And then a not-so-big release, Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon. After beating Explorers of Sky a month ago, I was excited for Super, especially considering that it has all 720 Pokemon. I trusted the blurb on the back of the case claiming it was the "definitive Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game!" And I will say that's not true to an extent. I'm aware the whole Mystery Dungeon franchise is known for being notoriously difficult, with the Pokemon ones essentially being the entry-level games in the series, but WOW, the game is like, a hundred times harder than EoS. I appreciate Dark Souls' difficulty in that it requires skill and trial & error to beat, but I don't appreciate the kind of difficulty this game has, where it's all dependent on luck more than anything. The RNG is somehow worse than Fire Emblem: Thracia 776's, so almost all of your attacks will miss. Pretty much everything you fight can 1 - 2-shot you, and... Yeah, it puts the entire Souls and Fire Emblem franchises to shame. It also doesn't help that unlike other PMD games, it doesn't let you grind as much as you want at any point of the main story, as it pretty much forces you to go through it while severely underleveled. According to others who've played it, the most viable strategy to beat it is to spam items and bring a ton of Reviver seeds. Effectively, you have to cheese your way through most of the game. This is not challenging, this is just completely stupid.

Other than the insane difficulty, there are also a few shortcomings with the game, like not being able to nickname any of the Pokemon you recruit, and no randomly generated missions. Apologies for that rant, but I am nothing more than disappointed with the game.
Lan Sukasa Report | 11/23/2015 1:09 pm
Lan Sukasa
I'm actually pretty neutral about it. But he was completely unexpected, as I didn't think Square would even consider giving Sakurai the OK to put him in.
Argentstar Legacy Report | 11/11/2015 11:37 am
Argentstar Legacy
Lucky.... im so jelly! xP
My magical laptop can let me play anything. If i can Play TOR and Skyrim with 100 plus mods and still give me a pretty good framerate then i have no problem.. only thing is i dropped it once and now something's gone wrong with the screen that and my charger is broke.. its stil charges but it gets funny sometimes..... i could just get a replacement, but thats dumb, its not even that old. :/
hm... ya know thats an excellent point..
Argentstar Legacy Report | 11/10/2015 9:36 pm
Argentstar Legacy

Yay im glad you like it lol C:
im good, im finally over being sick! and yes Fallout 4 is finally out! though i, myself don't have it yet either.. i dont know when ill get it, but im hoping soon.. :/ but i should really work to get my laptop fixed and finish Dragon Age inquisition before i play it..
im so mad i havent played tresspasser yet or any of the DLCs.. >:C im still mad at them for not finishing to import them to xbox 360 i dont want to spend my money on a new xbox right now, thats just so dumb. Having only Jaws of Hakkon as the only DLC is even stupider! ITS MAKES NO SENSE I TELL YA! lol
Argentstar Legacy Report | 11/10/2015 12:10 am
Argentstar Legacy
Surprise! lol
Argentstar Legacy Report | 10/31/2015 3:17 pm
Argentstar Legacy
Happy Halloween to you as well! biggrin im good, thanks for asking...
though im not really be celebrating in full this year.. but at least i can remain warm and comfortable...i can eat a ton of sweets and watch scary movies without all the hassle of going out in this miserable weather..
It's Tacoma, no one should be surprised that it would rain again this year... lmao
im envious of my friend though she is going as Black Widow.. she worked on it months in advance making her outfit from the Age of Ultron. It looks amazing and it even glows! 4laugh



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