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ZaziumaMember Since 29 Aug 2014
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Here are some things I have made that I am proud of:
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- Member Title Hollow Knight
- Age 22 years old
- Birthday January 8, 1996
Finished season 2 of American Vandal. I was expecting it to not hold up, but it is just as good as season 1, in some cased better. While it does feel similar, it still takes a different enough approach where you can't really see where it is going, who did it was a curveball to me, and while the ending feels a bit strange, maybe that's the idea, that nobody really knows how to handle things. The show is smart enough where I think that may be the case.
I thought I was ready, I thought I could do it, but no, I'm not, Bloodborne is just too damn hard for me. I heard it was easier than any of the Dark Souls games, but alas, I cannot even get past the beginning of the game, and by god have I replayed that section so many times, not getting anywhere closer to being better. What is wrong with me? Shouldn't I learn how to do it? But no, I keep dying regardless, and I don't know if I can do it, I told myself that patience was needed, not to quit, but I just don't know how long that can keep up, it's just not fun to me.
Just watched the BoJack Horseman episode "Free Churro". Man oh man, five seasons in, and they still manage to exceed what the previous seasons did, amazing episode, I would tell you to go watch it, though it's kind of needed that you watch the whole show first, which you should anyway, but regardless this has some of the funniest moments, that ending, and some of the most tight and heartbreaking writing as well. It does what BoJack Horseman does so well, and yet stays in one place for the entire episode (besides the cold open).
Yesterday, 08:45 AM
Well, I sort of just beat Hollow Knight. Yeah, turns out that the game doesn't have much of a finale dungeon or anything, while I guess I should expect that since the game is so open and that isn't really what it's about, still feels like it ended so suddenly, the final boss is easy, though fun, and then it just ends. I'm still going to play more, missing an entire area and what more, and it's so good that I want to play more.
Just finished LocoRoco Remastered today, man do I wish I enjoyed this more than I did, but it's just not what I hoped it would it, it's too repetitive, too boring, too simply designed, it works for 1 world, then it becomes the same thing again and again. I was hoping that at least the different colors did something but have other songs, but no, they didn't seem to, and there was so much you could do with the concept, it just isn't done here, maybe that's something they do in the other games in the series, but I honestly didn't enjoy myself enough to want to play another one.
Sep 17 2018 03:16 PM
Finally met Hornet once more, her re-fight was quite asy compared to what I had just gone through with Nightmare Grimm, also got the ability to go through the black gates, took long enough, things are shaping up to the end-game I feel, but I also thought that about 6-7 hours before, so who knows how much I really have left of Hollow Knight.
I still find it rather funny that the way they decided to censor guns was to change the word barrel to borrel instead.
YES I FUCKING DID IT! I beat Nightmare King Grimm, I was gonna quit him after hours of play, but I beat him! I feel like he's the hardest boss in the game, if there is anything harder, oh boy, no wonder it gets compared to Dark Souls, because this was bloody insane. While I still feel like some of it was due to luck, I eventually learned how to dash properly in the fight to be able to get hits in, healing is something you should just avoid doing until he turns into the bats, it's not worth trying outside of that, so I put on Hiveblood instead, as well as Nailmaster's Glory and Quick Focus.
Sep 16 2018 04:54 AM
I managed to finish Trial of the Fool. I suppose it's my own fault for trying to beat something that literally calls me a fool, but the only thing you get is 2700 Geo. For how hard this was to beat, that is so not worth it, especially when you consider that you have to pay 800 Geo to even get in there in the first place. To be fair, it isn't THAT hard, except for the part where you have to wall jump all the time, which is only really because you have no place to heal, but that part is still hell, and it's such a long challenge too, so not worth it.