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Judgment: You can buy better darts at the pawn shop. Don't try to beat Ryan without them, unless you have really good timing or feel like wasting an hour.
Edited by lrrose on Jun 30th 2019 at 1:05:15 PM
Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise: Don't get cocky while doing the Flutterscotch romance maze on the highest difficulty. You will get exploded on, often within a half-second's distance of the partner.
You need to actually find the option to make it so your spellcasting party members in Baldur's Gate stay back and don't run into melee combat instead of manually pulling them back every time they suicidally charge forward with your front combatants.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate
Wolfenstein: Young Blood:
Puyo Puyo 20th Anniversary:
So I just learned the victory text lines change depending on if the victor character is using their alternate voice pack. I tested it with Ringo and she asks if she's "quieter than usual", which she is, since the ingame shop describes the voice as "docile".
Schezo's alternate voice pack gave me "Disappear...", and given his alt voice is colder and sexier than normal, that might be the last thing you hear before he murders you in cold blood.
Fallout New Vegas
Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled: Even with a turning character, you're not guaranteed to set a good time on Cortex Castle because you are bad at video games.
Final Fantasy XIV: Hallowed Ground tends to be a bit... unreliable when it comes to protecting you from damage incurred by Covering another player.
Stellaris: The only first move worth doing is to grab a second alloy forge pronto. You'll always need alloys for maintaining and building your fleet, and in the early game you'll go through 100 of them at a time just expanding your borders to grab more resources.
Chrono Trigger: don't waste your G on a Lode/Silver Sword from Melchior. you get two of them for free if you just wait a bit.
Lessons learned the easy way (by watching a streamer learn them the hard way):
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
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