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I know we started discussing this game in the PS+ topic.. I've put about 3 hours into the game so far. I like that the game is a bit challenging and so retro. It takes no advantage of the PS4's capabilities at all except for the reload sound effects from the controller's speaker. How far is everyone in it? I've made it up to the Steel Soldier mission and moments before I beat the guy, he stomped on me and finished off my third life. I completely see his pattern now so I doubt I'll have a hard time with him again. What weapon are you currently using? I'm really enjoying the Artillery Jager with the large magazine and long range barrel (I can't remember which one). The amount of bullets that gun spits out easily makes up for the lower damage it causes. But it definitely needs that barrel for long range. The short range default is ridiculously short range. I'm thinking about trying out that hand cannon to see how effective I would be with too. Have any of you tried the different ammo that causes element damage? And I'm going to get that BBQ knife when I have the materials for it, just because it is nick named the "BBQ knife".
I don't think we ever made a topic for this game, instead everyone talked about it in status updates or in a humble bundle topic. I've been playing this game and I love it. The RPG elements are amazing and this is one of the best platform game I've ever played. I haven't beat it yet, but I'm currently at 70+% completion. Just in the last 3 hours of gameplay I've gotten rediculous powerups in terms of gear. Regen and extra loot buffs on my equipment has made the game much easier. I have 12 regen points and in the down time between encounters, that auto healing really helps out and saves me quite a bit of cash instead of having to use the healing items. The extra cash is huge. I can buy so many health items now and better armor that I'm not even worried about cash at all now. The latest 3 upgrades I got were the power slide, the vine iron grip abilities and Fidget's lightening attack. That lightening is brutal when it works. Sometimes in confined areas it seems to just do a couple small ball lightenings that don't connect to enemies unless I spam the attack a couple times. It is a devastating attack. But what I'm really loving is the Fire Blast. Once I figured out I can control where the fire columns explode by doing a jumping down attack the moment I shoot the fire.. I've been able to make the fire columns appear directly in front of me or right on my character.. it is extremely brutal now that I have Fidget so leveled up. Most of the time I have the entire screen fire columned by spamming it. And all the zombie creatures in the sorrowing meadow area seem to be weak against fire. Especially those annoying wizards that keep auto teleporting behind me when I do an attack. I set a fire column in front of me, turn around, attack the guy with another fire column and then he teleports right into the first one.. then I keep up the fire attacks and he basically kills himself by teleporting back and forth into the fire. I love the dialogue in this game and most of the time I talk to every character until they start repeating themselves.. but when I got to the blacksmith, I kept talking her brother.. the guy only grumbles, but Dust kept saying new stuff. It ended up being an achievement that I thought was pretty funny at the time. I also put poison ivy in some guy's clothes because he was a jack ass. Its the little things in this game that are like the icing on a cake. Fidget has some of the best lines in this game.. There was also a time where I had to collect this guy's sheep.. and when I found the first one, I grabbed it and Fidget was completely confused about how in the hell an entire sheep could fit in my inventory.
I wanted to buy this game when I first saw a trailer for it. I thought it would be pretty damn funny to play.. but I held off on buying it, even when I saw it on sale, because I have too many games already. So.. turns out the Nerd reviewed the game himself a couple months ago and I never noticed: After watching his review I'm not even interested in the game now because it looks insanely difficult.
http://kotaku.com/5991930/capcom-is-bringing-ducktales-back Does anyone else remember playing DuckTales on the old NES? I saw this article the other day and thought it was neat that they would remake an old classic like this. DuckTales was a great platform game and I played it quite often as a kid. I do remember never beating it tho, because it was difficult. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6N0PzqF9gWY This is not the first HD remaster of an old NES game by Capcom.. they've also re-released Bionic Commando in HD.. but what I don't understand is why Capcom would remaster DuckTales instead of remastering any of its main properties like Mega Man? Maybe this is because its a deal with Disney? If thats the case, then the following HD remasters might be released in the near future: Duck Tales 2 Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers 2 TaleSpin Darkwing Duck And a few other less notable ones. While Duck Tales looks good and I would like to play it again, I think I'd rather have the old Mega Mans re-released in HD with difficulty settings. If I could play all those old Mega Man games on easy, I'd like to play those again.