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gossi the dog

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  1. Yeah, physical releases are a few days later than digital for some reason.
  2. Nah. It’s pretty long (maybe a bit too long?). I’m 16 hours in and at the final boss with 99% of the map uncovered. However, that doesn’t record the time I spent dieing. Or the hour I spent against one of the optional bosses before realising I didn’t need to beat him to progress. Getting 100% completion of all items, equipment etc would require hours of grinding.
  3. The first thing I do is go into the options and change the y-axis to inverted.
  4. Yeah, I think you're correct. That room did make me think of Symphony of the Night, but couldn't quite put my finger on what made it so.
  5. Licenced stuff might become collectible, because as soon as the licence expires you can no longer buy it digitally. Godzilla despite apparently being awful is pretty expensive on the PS4 for this reason. I expect Sega’s Yakuza Fist of the North Star to end up being fairly expensive too for this reason (and being an awesome game).
  6. I don’t think I’d ever have worked out how to get to the final section of the game without resorting to a guide.
  7. Yes to both. Agreed on shifting into his other shops where there’s excess space.
  8. I don’t particularly like Metroidvania’s. I’ve never got on with the Metroid series for example. However, I’ve adored all the Castlevania’s. Not sure what makes it so special but it just feels right.
  9. In good news it looks like I’m a step closer to getting an over sized GAME branded mug
  10. Yeah, this is a good entry point. Maybe buy a physical copy so you can cut your losses if it doesn’t click.
  11. Thanks. If you simply don’t like a game what’s the best reason to select?
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