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I haven't played HuniePop (but I know more or less what it is about...) and haven't progressed much in Devil Survivor 2 for a long time but...Hiyoko and Trucy share a VA?! I have to agree, life isn't worth living anymore.
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I haven't played HuniePop (but I know more or less what it is about...) and haven't progressed much in Devil Survivor 2 for a long time but...Hiyoko and Trucy share a VA?! I have to agree, life isn't worth living anymore.


You can take a lot of the naughty parts of HuniePop out by going to settings and choosing "Boops" instead of "Full Voice". For one, you don't have to listen to the same voice over and over (or hear Audrey talk at all, thank god) and there is no noise except background music during the pre-bedding part. The images are still there, yeah... but I enjoy HuniePop cause of the puzzle game.

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but I enjoy HuniePop cause of the puzzle game.

So is there more to it than just being another Bejeweled clone?
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but I enjoy HuniePop cause of the puzzle game.

So is there more to it than just being another Bejeweled clone?


Well, I never played Bejeweled, so I can't say how much it is like that or different. But you do have the date gifts, which can really help (and sometimes even be necessary) to complete the date score that's required. You also have Broken Heart tokens, which can lower your score, so you want to avoid matching those up - even by accident - and try to change them into other tokens.

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PS: Speaking of Huniepop, there's a third game planned. And in Huniecam Studio, my latest playthrough got me a fan highscore of 271.234. Highest yet! Woo!
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Just felt like mentioning this. Kira Buckland - who voices Lola in HuniePop - also voices Miyako in Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker; Hiyoko in Danganronpa 2 and Trucy in Spirit of Justice.

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And Eirika in Fire Emblem Heroes

Who incidentally has some of the best art in the game
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You saying you play Huniepop for the puzzle gameplay reminds me of the old joke of people saying they read dirty magazines "for the articles". :hotti:
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Or saying that you see...inappropriate shows for the plot. No one believes it
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Or saying that you see hentai for the plot. No one believes it


Depends on the hentai's plot, honestly. I've seen hentai that has some good plot to it. But then, I stopped watching Hentai. But, like with Markiplier, I'm sure nobody will believe me.

But Huniepop is really not a game you play for the sex. It doesn't sound that good, anyway, and I might as well just go off and play a Kasumi rape flashgame. Much more movement and all.

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PS: My husband warned me of an interactive sex scene in Heavy Rain if I go down a certain route. Thank you for the warning... though I still haven't touched the game, despite owning it for weeks now.
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I can identify with not playing a game despite owning it for a while. I got Infamous 2 for Christmas back in 2015, and I still haven't gotten around to playing it. I want to wait until I beat the first game, but I haven't gotten around to playing that one much either.
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I want to play Heavy Rain, cause the plot sounded interesting to me. But I'd need to unplug my WiiU and plug the PS3 in and I'm too lazy to do that right now.

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I can identify with not playing a game despite owning it for a while. I got Infamous 2 for Christmas back in 2015, and I still haven't gotten around to playing it. I want to wait until I beat the first game, but I haven't gotten around to playing that one much either.

That's probably a good idea. The beginning of inFamous 2 gives away the ending of the first game in the first cutscene.

Speaking of sequels, I said I was taking another look at ŌkamiDen back in December, and since then, I've only put enough time into it to finish the first dungeon. I think the biggest problem I'm having with it is that it just feels like an attempt to recreate the original on weaker hardware. I just see the same locations, the same characters, and gameplay that just feels stiff compared to Ōkami. I get it, the DS isn't nearly as powerful as a PS2 and they want to show that it can be done, but here's the thing: they're trying to recreate a PS2 game on a DS. Instead of a new product, it just feels like an inferior version of the original.
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Little Nightmares is fucking weird. Like, you do sort of get the story, but it also feels like a chunk of it doesn't make sense, unless you have read supplementary reading material... and, well, we know how I feel about THOSE.

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Little Nightmares is fucking weird. Like, you do sort of get the story, but it also feels like a chunk of it doesn't make sense, unless you have read supplementary reading material... and, well, we know how I feel about THOSE.

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That's how I feel about NieR: Automata, but replace supplementary reading material with supplementary stage play.
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I'd love to pick up Nier Automata and give myself over to its existential qualms but I think I'm gonna be pretty wrapped up in FFXIV:Stormblood for a while....

even if they are nerfing my main class...
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but I think I'm gonna be pretty wrapped up in FFXIV:Stormblood for a while....

even if they are nerfing my main class...

For once, it feels good to be a dragoon main. :redd:
Though I think I might go into Stormblood as a Dark Knight. Instant queue times can be rather tempting.
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I'd love to pick up Nier Automata and give myself over to its existential qualms

I went into N:A only knowing that the main theme was existentialism, but playing it gave me a few different ideas that I'm not sure were intended.
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As I understand it, existentialism is a counterpoint to nihilism, saying that if life and the world is meaningless, then life an invitation for humans to decide what has meaning. And during the first two routes, the game does show this well. The ending of Route A left me thinking "that was fun, but the story seems kinda underdeveloped." But as I went through Route B, it was revealed that the cause that YoRHa has been fighting for is completely meaningless: humanity has been extinct for thousands of years (though apparently anyone who played the first game knew that this was a given). This had me thinking about the events in a new perspective. What really made the androids different from the machines? They were both AI controlled bodies capable of individual thought and self reflection. Is one of them really any more human than the other? And of course the [A] ending felt underdeveloped, it was a shallow victory that doesn't bring you closer to any goal. This is where the second half of the game begins... and things get a bit complicated.
The short version is that everything goes to shit, everyone that 9S loves dies, and everyone's existence is nothing more than a cheap joke set up by the machine network because they just want a never ending war. Hell, the network lured 9S into their own base just to tell him upfront that he and the rest of YoRHa was rigged to die by a series of needlessly complicated circumstances. It was at this point that I felt the game veered into Darkness Induced Audience Apathy. This isn't so much of a meaningless existence as it is an existence designed to be horrible. This isn't finding meaning in a meaningless world, it's pitting your own meaning against the cruel guy in power. In the end, it wasn't that different from the obligatory higher being in a JRPG and we all know we haven't had enough of that.. That's not even bringing up the body count in the sidequests alone. Searching for survivors? They're dead. Misblamed defectors? Kill them. Machine who gotta go fast wants to test his speed? Kills himself at the end.
If existentialism says that there is no god, NieR: Automata says that god wants to feed off of your suffering.

All that said, NieR: Automata is still a fun game. The combat has just the right amount of fluidity, and most of the bosses are damn satisfying. My one complaint is that as the game went on, I could never find that balance of challenging but not soul crushing.
That, and don't get the PC port unless you have a really good PC, or are willing to install a fan mod just to reduce the settings.

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Also I want to test my theory that there is a correlation between Erica Lindbeck voicing a character and that character having a tragic past.

Three times I have tested this. Three times it has not failed me. I'm on a roll, here. And I'm totally not cherry picking my sample size.
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Maybe it's me, but I feel like Super Mario Galaxy 2 isn't as... fun as the first one.

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