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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by Sarge Sun Feb 07, 2016 9:12 pm

January:
1) Bonk's Adventure (NES)
2) Little Samson
3) Holy Diver
4) Holy Diver (legit!)
5) Mitsume Ga Tooru
6) TMNT II: The Arcade Game (NES)
7) Mighty Final Fight
8] Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!
9) Monster In My Pocket
10) Battle of Olympus
11) Gunstar Heroes (repeat)
12) Dragon Age: Inquisition
13) Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser
14) Captain America and the Avengers (NES)
15) StarTropics
16) Double Dragon II: The Revenge (NES) (save states)
17) Double Dragon II: The Revenge (NES) (legit)
18) Crisis Force
19) Esper Dream 2
20) Felix the Cat
21) Moon Crystal
22) Panic Restaurant
23) Frankenstein (NES)
24) Crystalis
25) Nekketsu Kakutou Densetsu


26) Killer Instinct (GB)
27) Mashin Hero Wataru Gaiden
28) Sly Spy (Arcade)
29) The Red Star (unreleased XBOX, also on PS2)
30) Adventure Island 4
31) Cocoron

First off, Adventure Island 4. Pretty good little action-adventure game. It's not like the prior games in the series, you've actually got a contiguous overworld that you explore. As you beat certain bosses, new areas open up, and you also grab tools that let you break down barriers or give new traversal methods. One annoyance, though, is that there are a few minigames that seem impossible to clear, and this is apparently a bug. You need to leave the screen and come back, usually, to get things working right again. It's also surprisingly short. I finished it in under three hours, so it's definitely not a game that will take long if you give it a go.

The other one is Cocoron. As someone pointed out earlier, it's a game from Mega Man's co-creator, Akira Kitamura. It's definitely got that Mega Man DNA, but it's also an excessively weird game. You can create your own characters, from a selection of heads, bodies, and weapons. Each of them have an associated weight, HP, and power, and it affects your mobility and jumping. Some body parts also have special abilities. The best, of course, is the Jet, which is like an even longer-lasting SMB2 Peach float. It's almost necessary towards the end. Also, the best weapon is the shuriken, for sure. Anyway, most of the heavier options will feel a ton like a certain Blue Bomber. It's a really short game as well, though, so you can probably finish it in under an hour.
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by alienjesus Sun Feb 07, 2016 9:15 pm

Been on a Gamecube kick:

1. Ys Book II: Ancient Ys Vanished - The Final Chapter PSN Vita
2. 3D Streets of Rage 2 3DS eShop
3. 3D Gunstar Heroes 3DS eShop
4. 3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2 3DS eShop
5. 3D OutRun 3DS eShop
6. Mugen Senshi Valis II: The Fantasm Soldier PCE CD
7. Mugen Senshi Valis III: The Fantasm Soldier PCE CD
8. Bomberman PCE CD
9. Rocket Knight Adventures Mega Drive
10. Trax Game Boy
11. Panic Bomber Virtual Boy
12. Arcana Heart 3: Love MAX!!!!! Vita
13. Super Monkey Ball Gamecube
14. Lost Kingdoms Gamecube
15. Sonic Adventure 2 Battle Gamecube *NEW*
16. 1080° Avalanche Gamecube *NEW*

Sonic Adventure 2 Battle
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I've actually played Sonic Adventure 2 quite a lot before now, but I never owned my own copy, and I never finished it. I got right up to the end, but could never beat the Biolizard boss as a kid. Finally that's been accomplished though!

Sonic Adventure 2 features 2 story modes which play pretty much the same - both teams of characters feature 3 gameploay mechanics that you'll switch between each level. The main draw is the Sonic & Shadow levels which play like ....well, Sonic. Run fast, grind rails, bounce on springs. It's fun, if sometimes a little odd in it's hit detection and especially in it's homing attack mechanics (this is why I never beat the Biolizard as a kid. Homing attacks only work when they decide they want to). The other 2 modes of play are a run n gun style shooting thing (like E102 Gamma from Adventure 1) which is pretty tedious in all honestly, and a treasure hunting mode which I remember hating as a kid, but which I actually didn't mind too mch now - most of the levels are short and easy so you get to move on from them quickly.

Sonic Adventure 2 was actually better than I remember. It certainly feels better assembled and much less glitchy than Sonic Adventure 1, and is frankly a pretty big improvement on that game even if it's just more of the same. That said, it's still not a must play game as the gameplay still feels too loose and too padded with unnecessary fluff - not least of which is the story which is Sonic fanfiction of the absolute worst kind and takes itself way too seriously. Sega needed to go back to the 'robotniks turned animals into badniks' thing a long time ago :lol:

Anyhow, Sonic Adventure is fun. It looks great for a Dreamcast game and Gamecube launch title, and it held up pretty well for the era visually too. The music is fun and cheesey and, I dunno, it kinda fits the game in that way. I much prefer the Sonic/Shadow rock tracks (<3 City Escape & Live & Learn) to Knuckles' awful raps though (urgh, Pumpkin Hill). Worth a play, but not a must own.


1080° Avalanche
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I've played 1080 on the N64 a few times previously, and beat it a few years ago. It's a game I had a lot of respect for as a great and realistic feeling snowboarding game, but it's one that honestly I didn't love. It was good, but I don't get the urge to go back often. So I was a bit apprehensive about playing this one. I bought it for £2 a while back, and as I was on my Gamecube kick, I decided it was time to give it a go.

And wow, this is a big step up from the N64. The game is super fast and fluid to control. You get a real sense of speed as you shoot down the mountains, and everything about the controls feel totally natural from the moment you start. Crouching speeds you up but restricts turning, whereas standing straight allows you to turn but loses speed. You can also pull back for a tight corner too, but you'll slow to a crawl. You can hold A to charge a jump too, and the height depends how long you hold the button. If you hold for too long you'll lose the jump though. L is for crouching, but if you tap it as you land from a jump you'll hit a smooth landing too and neither fall over nor lose speed. If you do hit a dodgy landing you can often save yourself by rotating the anolgue stick in a direction prompted on screen to regain balance.

And jumping leads to tricks. In the first game, these were very hard to pull off and also utterly useless in the games main racing mode. Here, they finally have a purpose. Holding R allows you to sping, allowing for 360s and backflips and the like (and 1080s too I suppose!) whilst combinations of the control stick and either B,X or Y pull off various grabs. You can also jump onto rails and press L to grind for added speed and points. Pulling off tricks fills a power meter, which either allows you to knock over an opponent by crashing into them, or, more usefully, allows you to instantly recover from a fall at the cost of the meter.

The main game mode is a downhill racing tournament against various opponents 1 on 1. After a certain number of races you'll hit a challenge level, where the titular avalanches come into play. These are also downhill runs, but with landslides, cave ins and, eventually, avalanches causing trouble. The avalanches feel duly terrifying, restricting view, pushing your boarder about and knocking over trees and the likes. The game features lots of dynamic courses which can change on the fly - collapsing dams, a train crash, rock slides, trees toppling, wild animals running by. These are a lot of fun to deal with and can be used to your advantage by say, grinding a fallen tree for speed or using a new ramp for a shortcut.

Avalanche features a few other gameplay mdoes too, such as trick attack (with ski jumps, half pipes and others to show off on), a slalom mode and a time trial mode, as well as multiplayer. The games main flaw is that it feels a bit short on content - a few hours in you will have seen most the game has to offer. That's a shame, as I definitely wanted more. The game is also a bit easy overall, compared to the N64 game which was hard as nails. I don't mind that too much, but others might!

Music wise, the game features a licensed punk/rock/alternative soundtrack which is decent and really surprising for a Nintendo release. None of the bands licensed are very well known from what I know, but I have no issues there. Visually the game is stunning, with well crafted models, beautiful courses and lots of awesome details like racers becoming covered in snow after a tumble. It's pretty stunning considering the speed it tends to run.

1080 Avalanche was a big surprise and a ton of fun. For the crazy low prices it goes for it's definitely worth picking up for your Gamecube - not many Nintendo classics on the system hit prices that low! I genuinely believe it is a must own for the system. And if you're not sure if you'll like it, give it a go. I wasn't keen on the first and I hated SSX Tricky, but this is a brilliant racing experience.
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by Exhuminator Mon Feb 08, 2016 5:36 pm

Ex's 2016 beat list:
1. Mega Man ZX Advent|DS|2007|platformer|8h|7/10
2. King's Field III: Pilot Style|PS1|1996|dungeon crawler|1h|8/10
3. Sleeping Dogs|360|2012|action-adventure|20h 45m|8/10
4. Sleepings Dogs: NiNP DLC|360|2012|action adventure|1h 22m|5/10
5. Chikyuu Kaihou Gun ZAS|GB|1992|shmup|33m|8/10
6. Vattle Giuce|GB|1991|shmup|45m|5/10
7. MechWarrior 2 (Clan Wolf)|PS1|1997|mech sim|2h 35m|7/10
8. Gradius: The Interstellar Assault|GB|1992|shmup|27m|8/10
9. SolarStriker|GB|1990|shmup|23m|7/10
10. Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|45m|6/10
11. Dead or Alive (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|23m|5/10
12. Asuka 120% Burning Festival Final (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|26m|8/10
13. Soul Blade (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|18m|9/10
14. Trax|GB|1991|shmup|23m|7/10
15. Street Fighter: The Movie (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1995|fighter|36m|5/10
16. Warpath: Jurassic Park (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|17m|4/10
17. Psychic Force (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|figher|22m|7/10
18. Touki Denshou: Angel Eyes (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|27m|7/10
19. Advanced V.G. 2 (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|15m|8/10
20. StarHawk|GB|1993|shmup|1h 15m|4/10
21. Nemesis|GB|1990|shmup|28m|7/10
22. Cardinal Syn (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|54m|7/10
23. Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|15m|7/10
24. Street Fighter EX 2 Plus (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|22m|8/10
25. Battle Unit Zeoth|GB|1991|shmup|24m|6/10
26. Soul Calibur IV (Arcade Mode)|360|2008|fighter|12m|9/10
27. Mercenary Force|GB|1990|shmup|54m|5/10
28. Battle Arena Toshinden (Story Mode)|GB|1996|fighter|12m|8/10
29. Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams (Arcade Mode)|GBC|1999|fighter|10m|7/10
30. SD Hiryu No Ken EX (Story Mode)|GBC|1999|fighter|24m|7/10
31. Guilty Gear X: Advance Edition (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|8m|6/10
32. Super Street Fighter II Turbo: Revival (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2001|fighter|10m|7/10
33. Dual Blades (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|23m|4/10
34. Gradius Galaxies|GBA|2001|shmup|1hr 24m|8/10
35. Tekken Advance (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|15m|7/10
36. Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|22m|7/10
37. Black Belt Challenge (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|8m|4/10

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38. Iridion II|GBA|2003|shmup|58m|9/10

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Iridion II is a powerhouse programming showcase for the Game Boy Advance. The first thing you'll notice is its proprietary motion background engine, giving a 3D feel to the affair. Advance scaling techniques bring the well animated rendered field sprites to a new level of immersion. And the killer eurodance soundtrack keeps the action pumping. Behind all this technical wizardry soars solid and well designed shmup gameplay. Plenty of power ups, tricky hazards, and clever bosses await starship pilots across 15 stages. Iridion II is a very well made, very entertaining, and very beautiful handheld shmup. I strongly recommend it to genre fans.
PLAY KING'S FIELD.
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by Xeogred Mon Feb 08, 2016 7:16 pm

Exhuminator, are you ready for this? Prepare to be destroyed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaq6Bze ... EhzUX2sawZ
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by TSTR Mon Feb 08, 2016 7:40 pm

Xeogred wrote:Exhuminator, are you ready for this? Prepare to be destroyed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaq6Bze ... EhzUX2sawZ

i listen to this shit all the time and i've barely played the game, rocks so hard
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by Xeogred Mon Feb 08, 2016 7:42 pm

TSTR wrote:
Xeogred wrote:Exhuminator, are you ready for this? Prepare to be destroyed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaq6Bze ... EhzUX2sawZ

i listen to this shit all the time and i've barely played the game, rocks so hard

Word. I've beaten the game myself, but yeah one of the best arranged shmup OST's I've ever heard. Hyper Duel Arranged is excellent as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECe_HjTuWt4
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by TSTR Mon Feb 08, 2016 7:52 pm

Xeogred wrote:
TSTR wrote:
Xeogred wrote:Exhuminator, are you ready for this? Prepare to be destroyed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaq6Bze ... EhzUX2sawZ

i listen to this shit all the time and i've barely played the game, rocks so hard

Word. I've beaten the game myself, but yeah one of the best arranged shmup OST's I've ever heard. Hyper Duel Arranged is excellent as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECe_HjTuWt4


:shock:
omg this is killer
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by Xeogred Mon Feb 08, 2016 8:00 pm

TSTR wrote:
Xeogred wrote:Word. I've beaten the game myself, but yeah one of the best arranged shmup OST's I've ever heard. Hyper Duel Arranged is excellent as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECe_HjTuWt4


:shock:
omg this is killer

lol, maybe we should move this to the VGM thread, but last one for good measure...

Turrican Arranged - best track
Full version - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIKtVwFOTFs

And there are 15 Technosoft volume albums, the second half being a lot of arranged stuff. You need all of them.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5-SpGxr_6Y
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by Exhuminator Wed Feb 10, 2016 11:44 am

Ex's 2016 beat list:
1. Mega Man ZX Advent|DS|2007|platformer|8h|7/10
2. King's Field III: Pilot Style|PS1|1996|dungeon crawler|1h|8/10
3. Sleeping Dogs|360|2012|action-adventure|20h 45m|8/10
4. Sleepings Dogs: NiNP DLC|360|2012|action adventure|1h 22m|5/10
5. Chikyuu Kaihou Gun ZAS|GB|1992|shmup|33m|8/10
6. Vattle Giuce|GB|1991|shmup|45m|5/10
7. MechWarrior 2 (Clan Wolf)|PS1|1997|mech sim|2h 35m|7/10
8. Gradius: The Interstellar Assault|GB|1992|shmup|27m|8/10
9. SolarStriker|GB|1990|shmup|23m|7/10
10. Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|45m|6/10
11. Dead or Alive (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|23m|5/10
12. Asuka 120% Burning Festival Final (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|26m|8/10
13. Soul Blade (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|18m|9/10
14. Trax|GB|1991|shmup|23m|7/10
15. Street Fighter: The Movie (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1995|fighter|36m|5/10
16. Warpath: Jurassic Park (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|17m|4/10
17. Psychic Force (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|figher|22m|7/10
18. Touki Denshou: Angel Eyes (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|27m|7/10
19. Advanced V.G. 2 (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|15m|8/10
20. StarHawk|GB|1993|shmup|1h 15m|4/10
21. Nemesis|GB|1990|shmup|28m|7/10
22. Cardinal Syn (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|54m|7/10
23. Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|15m|7/10
24. Street Fighter EX 2 Plus (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|22m|8/10
25. Battle Unit Zeoth|GB|1991|shmup|24m|6/10
26. Soul Calibur IV (Arcade Mode)|360|2008|fighter|12m|9/10
27. Mercenary Force|GB|1990|shmup|54m|5/10
28. Battle Arena Toshinden (Story Mode)|GB|1996|fighter|12m|8/10
29. Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams (Arcade Mode)|GBC|1999|fighter|10m|7/10
30. SD Hiryu No Ken EX (Story Mode)|GBC|1999|fighter|24m|7/10
31. Guilty Gear X: Advance Edition (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|8m|6/10
32. Super Street Fighter II Turbo: Revival (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2001|fighter|10m|7/10
33. Dual Blades (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|23m|4/10
34. Gradius Galaxies|GBA|2001|shmup|1hr 24m|8/10
35. Tekken Advance (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|15m|7/10
36. Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|22m|7/10
37. Black Belt Challenge (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|8m|4/10
38. Iridion II|GBA|2003|shmup|58m|9/10


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39. King's Field III|PS1|1996|farm sim|25h|9/10

King's Field III continues the series tradition of puzzle match farming action. Except this time the graphics are 3D (polygons instead of 2D). You play as yet another King who's retired from his life of royalty, trading his golden throne for a John Deere seat. Drive your tractor across 3D grids and plow them, when the seeds grow, swap them using the shoulder buttons to match crop types. Get three in a row and Sir Chirpsalot appears, giving you praise. Screw up too many times though, and Sir Chirpsalot will rip you a new one (hence the Teen rating). King's Field III is more challenging then before, because you have to plow 3D fields this time (like cubes and dodecahedrons). But if you've got a hankering for bein' a farm hand, and you like match stacking puzzle games, don't miss King's Field III. Yee-haw, ditch that scepter and grab a pitchfork, it's time to be a ho-down highness!
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Re: Games Beaten 2016

by ElkinFencer10 Wed Feb 10, 2016 11:48 am

Exhuminator wrote:Ex's 2016 beat list:
1. Mega Man ZX Advent|DS|2007|platformer|8h|7/10
2. King's Field III: Pilot Style|PS1|1996|dungeon crawler|1h|8/10
3. Sleeping Dogs|360|2012|action-adventure|20h 45m|8/10
4. Sleepings Dogs: NiNP DLC|360|2012|action adventure|1h 22m|5/10
5. Chikyuu Kaihou Gun ZAS|GB|1992|shmup|33m|8/10
6. Vattle Giuce|GB|1991|shmup|45m|5/10
7. MechWarrior 2 (Clan Wolf)|PS1|1997|mech sim|2h 35m|7/10
8. Gradius: The Interstellar Assault|GB|1992|shmup|27m|8/10
9. SolarStriker|GB|1990|shmup|23m|7/10
10. Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|45m|6/10
11. Dead or Alive (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|23m|5/10
12. Asuka 120% Burning Festival Final (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|26m|8/10
13. Soul Blade (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|18m|9/10
14. Trax|GB|1991|shmup|23m|7/10
15. Street Fighter: The Movie (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1995|fighter|36m|5/10
16. Warpath: Jurassic Park (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|17m|4/10
17. Psychic Force (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|figher|22m|7/10
18. Touki Denshou: Angel Eyes (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|27m|7/10
19. Advanced V.G. 2 (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|15m|8/10
20. StarHawk|GB|1993|shmup|1h 15m|4/10
21. Nemesis|GB|1990|shmup|28m|7/10
22. Cardinal Syn (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1998|fighter|54m|7/10
23. Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1997|fighter|15m|7/10
24. Street Fighter EX 2 Plus (Arcade Mode)|PS1|1999|fighter|22m|8/10
25. Battle Unit Zeoth|GB|1991|shmup|24m|6/10
26. Soul Calibur IV (Arcade Mode)|360|2008|fighter|12m|9/10
27. Mercenary Force|GB|1990|shmup|54m|5/10
28. Battle Arena Toshinden (Story Mode)|GB|1996|fighter|12m|8/10
29. Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams (Arcade Mode)|GBC|1999|fighter|10m|7/10
30. SD Hiryu No Ken EX (Story Mode)|GBC|1999|fighter|24m|7/10
31. Guilty Gear X: Advance Edition (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|8m|6/10
32. Super Street Fighter II Turbo: Revival (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2001|fighter|10m|7/10
33. Dual Blades (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|23m|4/10
34. Gradius Galaxies|GBA|2001|shmup|1hr 24m|8/10
35. Tekken Advance (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|15m|7/10
36. Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|22m|7/10
37. Black Belt Challenge (Arcade Mode)|GBA|2002|fighter|8m|4/10
38. Iridion II|GBA|2003|shmup|58m|9/10


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39. King's Field III|PS1|1996|farm sim|25h|9/10

King's Field III continues the series tradition of puzzle match farming action. Except this time the graphics are 3D (polygons instead of 2D). You play as yet another King who's retired from his life of royalty, trading his golden throne for a John Deere seat. Drive your tractor across 3D grids and plow them, when the seeds grow, swap them using the shoulder buttons to match crop types. Get three in a row and Sir Chirpsalot appears, giving you praise. Screw up too many times though, and Sir Chirpsalot will rip you a new one (hence the Teen rating). King's Field III is more challenging then before, because you have to plow 3D fields this time (like cubes and dodecahedrons). But if you've got a hankering for bein' a farm hand, and you like match stacking puzzle games, don't miss King's Field III. Yee-haw, ditch that scepter and grab a pitchfork, it's time to be a ho-down highness!

Really trying to get people to play King's Field anyway you can, huh? :lol:
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