Post by pharaoh leap on Nov 28, 2018 21:24:37 GMT
I'm gonna compound my confession off this one. *wipes sweat from brow* The only game with autobattle I've ever played was OFF, where I literally only turned it off twice in the entirety of the game, and only in really dire situations where I just stepped in to heal the Batter. If I were to encounter another game with auto battle, I'd also probably just leave it on the whole time. Evidently, I could play Hallway Simulator and stay entertained. >u>'
I wish more games had the option like Earthbound where, if you would be able to one-shot all the enemies in a single turn, they just auto-die (preferably as something you can toggle on or off, should you ever feel like mowing down puddy opposition). Keeps encounter-based combat from getting stale if "press-x to murder immediately" is taken off the table.
I loved Star Wars Battlefront as a kid, but I can't so much as bring myself to pick up a shooter these days just because of how absolutely obnoxious my brothers are while playing them. Seems like a stupid reason to steer clear of something I could potentially enjoy - but it's kind of like avoiding a fandom because of seeing its really cringe-y or toxic fanbase.
I'd still play the old Battlefront if my disc wasn't scratch to high oblivion.
I have a bad habit of picking up new games - usually 3DS JRPGs - on a whim (either because someone in passing said it was okay or the box art is pretty) and then, like... almost never actually finishing them, whether or not they're good. Heck, some I've really enjoyed - lookin' at you, SMT: Strange Journey - but I always just kinda... hit a wall at some point where I put the game down and don't touch it again for at least a year.
I could finish those... or I could beat Stella Glow for the third time.....................