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Just googled "Honkai Impact 3rd food", and I'm not seeing any kind of list anywhere. The closest I'm seeing is a story about food and a short list of gifts which include only a few food items.
For anyone else reading this (since I'm starting a new page w/ this post), here again are the criteria I'm looking for:
1) Available for Android
3) No definitive end
4) Involving a variety of food to feed your characters (emphasis on "feed")
5) Not modified in any way besides translation (text and vocal) for international release
6) Multiple characters at your command
Edited by SeaRover on Sep 20th 2019 at 7:11:31 AM
A game I recommend is PAC-MAN World 2.
has someone played Slain: Back from Hell?
Can someone recommend me an FPS with horror elements in the vein of F.E.A.R. and Condemned? Preferably something that can run on an average 2007 PC.
I'm asking for this only secondarily because I'd like to play one, but primarily because I'm vastly curious as to if this even exists: Can anyone recommend an MMO that averts both Final Death and Death Is a Slap on the Wrist? In other words, instead of there being basically no significant consequences for death, or for in-game death to be treated as seriously as a real life death—albeit one that can be got around by creating a new character—an MMO that takes a middle ground approach of enacting significant consequences that set a player back but not going so far as to obliterate their character?
The Saboteur is a fun game with a damn interesting story as well as sandbox exploration.
What's that? "Ugh, I hate open world games?" Pandemic Studios has you covered. Even if you've finished every missions(like I have)there are still occupation forces roaming around Paris that needs booting.
You want to ride a Panther? Well there's a Panzer IV in the game that's called a Panther 4... Yeah.
You want to ride a Maus? Laughable in other games but not this one! Fuck 'em occupational forces up with whatever they've got!
Want to go to Paris but never having the money? Most landmarks in Paris are available in this game like the Notre Dame, the Pantheon, and the Moulin Rogue , and most notably the Eiffel Tower at which is where the game's climax takes place.
Granted they're not easily found anywhere else but I have faith in you lad. Good luck and happy hunting!
Any...food for thought on the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection? Like what to do if you're stuck. Is it worthwhile?
Is YU-NO worth playing? And if not, does anybody know of a good VN for the Switch?
Do you guys have any good recommendations for games with really good or half-decent customization? The closest that comes to mind is The Sims 3 but I never played it. I do want its customization to be just as good or better than that though. Just for classification, I tend to play platformers and action-adventure games. I can play a simulation game if the topic is good enough. I own the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox 360, and the original Wii, and Wii U.
i recently completed "Detroit: Become Human". Can highly recommend this one, amazing game with good plot and pacing
Edited by algorion on Jan 24th 2020 at 4:54:54 AM
... and terrible civil rights analogies.
hehehe yeah true...just stumbled upon a german list on ps4pro games. kinda good stuff in there, gonna work my way through this.
AI Dungeon 2 is awesome, just saying... It's the most fun I've had with an AI since... well, ever!
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 is a breathtaking fighting game. I recommend it to anyone who's been craving a non-stop frenetic fighting game.
Just don't expect to be good at first...
Are there any games at all that are similar to the Glyder games? I remember playing Glyder 2 years ago and it was absolutely amazing, and I hate that it's impossible to play anymore.
Are there any recent good puzzle games without too much combat?
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