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  1. Something about Lightsabers and the Galaxy. Playing more #StarWars #KnightsoftheOldRepublic2 tonight on my #Twitch stream! Subs are 20% off this month as are gifts, so if you don't have those #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes, come get 'em at a discount! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  2. Telos and Nar Shaddaa Nights! Playing more of that #StarWars #KnightsoftheOldRepublic2 on #Twitch! So come by and hang out. Plus, #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes are live, so come and get 'em! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  3. HK the Best Way, or droid, or something. He's pretty awesome! Come watch more of his nonsense and murder craziness in my #StarWars #KnightsoftheOldRepublic2 stream on #Twitch. Also, come get those #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes while they're hot! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  4. Onto the Jedi Ruins! Playing more of that #StarWars #KnightsoftheOldRepublic2 tonight on that #Twitch! Come by and check it out, all the force power goodness. Also, grab those #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes while they're hot! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  5. Time for more of that #StarWars #KnightsoftheOldRepublic2! And with less technical problems to boot! Come by the #Twitch stream and stay a while, spam those #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  6. Less Technical Problems Go! Playing more #StarWars #KnightsoftheOldRepublic2 on my #Twitch stream tonight. Come by and check it out! Also, don't forget those #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes are live, so come get 'em! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  7. Playing through the cut content of #StarWars #KnightsoftheOldRepublic2! I wonder what color of lightsaber I should go with whenever we get there. Tune in on the #Twitch stream to find out and be sure to spam those #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  8. Let's send this game off in style and finish off the epilogue, shall we? Come join me on #Twitch as I finish off the extra campaign for #ShadowrunHongKong! If all goes well, I'm going to be picking the next stream game right after! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  9. Something about some queen with a thousand teeth!? Sounds spooky. Come see what it's all about when I play more of that #ShadowrunHongKong on #Twitch! And don't forget, #PowerRangers and #SuperSentai emotes are live! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  10. I'm going back to Hong Kong for tonight's #Twitch stream. Tune in for another adventure in #ShadworunHongKong where we'll punch things, and sometimes punch them really hard! Don't forget, #SuperSentai and #PowerRangers emotes are live for subs, come see! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  11. We venture forth into the cyber fantasy adventure of #ShadowrunHongKong tonight! Come stop by for a longer than usual #Twitch stream and stay for the #powerrangers and #supersentai emotes! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  12. Another year, another Atelier game from Koei Tecmo. Their tradition of releasing a new game annually continues with the release of Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings in 2018. It will serve as the final entry in the "Mysterious" series while also celebrating the franchise's 20th Anniversary. Atelier Lydie & Suelle follows the titular twins as they discover and visit other worlds by jumping into mysterious paintings. They also discover that the paintings hold the residual thoughts of their deceased mother. Each world holds a different stylized location, which should help breathe some life into the game's art direction and make it feel more different and varied than usual. Also making appearances in this title are characters from previous Atelier games: namely, Firis, Liane, Sophie, Plachta, and Ilmeria. Pre-ordering the physical game will net you some DLC costumes inspired by prior Atelier protagonists Marie and Erie in addition to battle-themed music and an item set of useful alchemy ingredients. If you pre-order digitally within four weeks of release, you'll get access to two custom themes. Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings is set to release on March 27, 2018, on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC via Steam. Source: Press Release Are you looking forward to this next Atelier game?
  13. (Emotes are live!) More Blade Cyber Runner Punk Goodness! I'm playing more of that #ShadowrunHongKong tonight, so be sure to stop by the #Twitch stream and indulge in the awesome experience. Or just get hype with some #PowerRanger or #SuperSentai emotes! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  14. Cyber Fantasy Fun! That's right, I'm diving back into that #Shadowrun adventure with #ShadowrunHongKong! I've got 1 of my three emotes live, so be sure to stop by the #Twitch stream and check it out! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  15. Finishing up the original #Fallout tonight, and man, this game is a Wasteland Legend! It's been so much fun to see where the franchise all began and how much it's changed compared to today. Be sure to stop by on #Twitch to see the epic conclusion! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  16. Is Ian Still Blocking the Door? I really hope not, otherwise we might have to kill 'em. Either way, come watch some of the original #Fallout on #Twitch and have a grand ol' time! First official stream with a sub button, so hype! https://go.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  17. Atlus is gearing up for the new year with a new trailer and release date for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology -- an expanded port of the original game that came out on the Nintendo DS back in 2010. Perfect Chronology's newest trailer details the 'White Chronicle' -- the game's key item that allows its user to move freely through history and alter the course of events. Throughout the course of the game, you'll use it to determine how things unfold and travel to different multiverses. There's also quite a lot that's been added to this new version of the game, including voice-acting, redesigned character art, a new opening animation (produced by A-1 Pictures), new theme song, event illustrations, five new tracks from Yoko Shimomura, and added difficulty settings. Atlus also included new story content in the form of new character "Nemesia" and a third timeline that explores some of his actions through "What If" scenarios. You can either access this right away through the new "Perfect" mode or play "Append" mode in order to play through the original story first before the New Game+ content is accessible. Last but not least, if you pre-order the game in North America, you'll be getting the "Launch Edition" of the game which includes an art book and a decal set representing the key characters in the story. European fans will be getting just the art book tucked into the game's case at launch. Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is set to release in 2018 on February 13 in North America and February 16 in Europe on the 3DS. Source: Press Release Are you looking forward to Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology?
  18. Can I kill super mutants now though? We're certainly going to find out! Come check out the #Fallout #Twitch stream! https://go.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  19. Trapped in a Wasteland Fantasy! Come watch the original #Fallout right here on my #Twitch stream! https://go.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  20. Developer: Gust Publisher: Koei Tecmo Games Platform: PlayStation 4, Switch, PC Release Date: October 24, 2017 ESRB: T Note: This review is based on the Nintendo Switch version of the game The original Nights of Azure, which released in the west in March of last year, marked a departure for Gust, the development studio best known for the Atelier RPG series. A hack-and-slash action RPG, it made its name on the PS4 outside of Japan. Its sequel, Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon, however, expands its reach to new hardware and is Gust’s first title to appear on the Nintendo Switch. Set decades after the first game, the set-up for the sequel requires no knowledge of the original to understand. Nights of Azure 2 is set in the same world overrun by demons infected by the Blue Blood, but the characters and circumstances are different. The protagonist 'Aluche' -- a young knight of the Curia tasked with fighting the demons -- is ordered to escort the Curia’s chosen Bride of Time to a place of sacrifice, where her death will seal away the Moon Queen. To Aluche’s dismay, the Bride of Time is her childhood friend Liliana, but she goes ahead with her mission. From that point, things quickly go sideways. On their way to the sacrifice site, Aluche is killed in a surprise premature encounter with the Moon Queen, only to be resurrected by a Curia scientist that infuses her with some of the Blue Blood of the legendary Arnice (the first game’s protagonist), turning the once human Aluche into a half-demon. Armed with new powers, Aluche makes it her mission to find the now-missing Liliana, as well as a way to stop the Moon Queen that won’t require her friend’s sacrifice. The story and characters in Nights of Azure 2 are among the game’s high points. With a cast that grows over time, Aluche meets a ragtag collection of allies along her journey, all of whom are beautiful young women like herself. The game isn’t shy about this fact at all, and in some ways, feels like a Japanese lesbian romance in the form of an action game. In fact, the game’s lighter interludes feature plenty of sexual humor, and at times it’s a little surprising that the game managed to avoid an M rating despite the lack of red blood or sexual content beyond some slinky costumes and innuendo. The core gameplay in Nights of Azure 2 is hack-and-slash action that’s simple to learn. By default, Aluche uses a sword she can swing for combos of light and heavy attacks, and she can jump, guard, and perform a quick dash as a dodge. However, she’s not alone in combat; she leads a party consisting of one CPU-controlled partner (of a number that the player can choose from), and two Servan, who act independently, or can be ordered to act with the shoulder triggers. For Aluche’s CPU partners (or “Lilies” as they’re called in-game), each partner has her own set of strengths and skills, including special attacks they can perform with Aluche once proper requirements are met, in addition to passive skills that will automatically trigger under the right conditions. On the Normal difficulty, they’re competent and aren’t a burden when acting on their own, but there are commands that let the player dictate their basic behavior. Servan, on the other hand, are little benevolent fiends Aluche can befriend after rescuing them from flower traps. There are several varieties, including those that can turn into alternative weapon types for Aluche to wield, those that protect the party, or that inflict elemental damage. A few key Servan also have the ability to clear away or surpass obstacles on maps that lead to shortcuts, treasure chests, or additional Servan. There’s no requirement that the player find them all, but each one has its own distinct personality and history, whether that be helpful, tragic, imposing, or eccentric. Collectively, they’re a delight. If there’s one big area in which Nights of Azure 2 falls short in its gameplay, it’s really in giving the Lilies and Servan enough to do. The Lilies all have side-stories with their own quest chains to accomplish, but these quests have the player visiting the same maps over and over, with little variation save for where a target enemy or objective is on a map. And while there are plenty of Servan to befriend and bring into the party, there were many that I simply never took into battle, and at least on the Normal difficulty, I never felt penalized for sticking with the same three or four for most of the game. There are also time limits to consider. Aluche’s half-demon body doesn’t have the stamina to fight forever, and each excursion, which represents one night, has a set time limit. This limit starts at a flat ten minutes, but grows gradually as she levels up, and as points are spent on skill tree nodes to give her more time. The other time limit has to do with a magical azure moon. With each passing night, the moon wanes more and more, and the player must defeat the boss at the end of each chapter before it wanes completely, or its game over. The game does offer an emergency option to restart from the beginning of the current chapter in a worst-case scenario, but I never needed to use it. In fact, the moon time limit was never an issue for me, and I never felt pressed by the threat of a new moon. The game’s boss fights are a mixed bag. Most them are well done and offer a decent challenge relative to the rest of the game’s difficulty. But then there are the outliers. One of them was comically easy in a way that, combined with his absurd presentation, I can only imagine was intentional. And one boss fight toward the end was marred by a second phase that was nothing but tedious and seemed designed only to eat away at the timer. There are some odd quirks in the Switch version that need to be noted. One is that the game is inconsistent with its use of the A and B buttons. The A button is used for environment interaction and talking to characters, while B is used as the confirmation button in the game’s menus. This leads to unintuitive moments like pressing A to open the Save menu, and once in the menu pressing B to select a file and save the game. There were many times when I accidentally backed out of menus I had just opened because the A button is also “cancel” when in a menu. On two occasions in the twenty-plus hours of playing prior to writing this review, the game crashed and returned to the Switch home menu. However, both times it occurred were just seconds after I had saved the game, and so no progress was lost. Hopefully, Koei Tecmo will release a patch to address this issue, but the crashes were, fortunately, minor inconveniences at best. Complaints about repetition, boss fights, and technical quirks aside, I feel the game is still worth playing. The characters and world of Nights of Azure 2 are consistently entertaining, and the combat is fun. While the game lacks elements of polish, the core of the experience still manages to shine. It’s recommended if you’re looking for a fun action RPG, but don’t expect the smoothest experience. Pros + Entertaining characters and story with multiple endings + Fun hack-and-slash gameplay + Full Japanese voice acting + Beautiful character designs and models Cons - Technical and design issues - Sidequests require visiting the same maps repeatedly - Inconsistent boss fight quality - The game offers no hints on how to earn the better endings Overall Score: 7 (out of 10) Good Nights of Azure 2 is recommended if you’re looking for a fun action RPG, but don’t expect the smoothest experience. Disclosure: This game was reviewed using downloadable code provided by the publisher
  21. For the Brotherhood! If we end up joining it that is. Come check out my #Fallout stream on #Twitch! https://go.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  22. Hot Wire Taping Action! Or at least more of the original #Fallout! Come check it out on #Twitch for some fun! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  23. Dwellin' in them Vaults, playing the original #Fallout! Come check it out on my #Twitch stream and yell at me! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  24. New 9.9 Patch - New Game As Malk! Come see the madness unfold in #VampireTheMasquerade on #Twitch Voices in my head! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  25. Finishing off the Sabbat? Let's See! Check out my #VampireTheMasquerade #Bloodlines stream on #Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
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