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Jaegermeist3r

Jannik, Hamburg

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  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r A month ago

    Finished the story of Witcher 3 and got the bad ending. I quite tempted to load up an older save file and replay this part. Finishing such a long game with the bad ending does feel really unsatisfying. Also this keeps me somehow from playing the wonderful DLCs.

    At least Mario Odyssey put a big smile on my face.

    Posted in The USgamer Podcast: What We Played on Our Winter Vacation

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 2 months ago

    @NiceGuyNeon I can see your point and in general I try to do long RPGs in the same manner.
    I started the Witcher 3 before my new semester had began and was immediately hooked by the world, characters and the side stories. Now, I tackle one or two side quest per sitting (or explore the world a bit further). This approach also helps me keeping my sanity because Witcher 3 is a long, very long game. My advice for Witcher 3: take as long as you need. Don't rush. In particular, the side quest often rewards with further knowledge of the world and it's characters.

    Posted in Bayonetta 3 In Development For Nintendo Switch, Bayonetta 1 & 2 Coming As Well

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 2 months ago

    @Roto13 Hmmm... Probably gonna wait until there is more information available. Did they mention somewhere the structure of the game ? (Open world, action-adventure etc.)

    Posted in God of War Will Be Around 25 to 35 Hours

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 2 months ago

    @NiceGuyNeon Probably, it will be my next game in the rotation. Right now i need to finish Witcher 3. I'm kinda stuck in this game. Love the world, lore and characters. But after this monster of a game i need something to soothe my soul. I guess Pikmin 3 will do an excellent job!

    Posted in Bayonetta 3 In Development For Nintendo Switch, Bayonetta 1 & 2 Coming As Well

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 2 months ago

    I enjoyed previous GoW titles for their quite short length. It's an action title. It doesn't need to be filled with tons of extra stuff. I am not sure if I like this direction ...

    Posted in God of War Will Be Around 25 to 35 Hours

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 2 months ago

    @Fade2Gray I can relate to that. The unopened cases of Pikmin 3, The Wonderful 101 and Twilight Princess HD keep looking at me right now. Knowing Nintendo, they probably rerealease Pikmin 3 and Wonderful 101 in specific switch version. I mean that's great because more people get to play these amazing games. On the other we could have simply waited for the "definitive" edition.

    Posted in Bayonetta 3 In Development For Nintendo Switch, Bayonetta 1 & 2 Coming As Well

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 2 months ago

    @NiceGuyNeon Think of it as a financial help to develop the switch. I try to justify my Wii U purchases with this thought....

    Posted in Bayonetta 3 In Development For Nintendo Switch, Bayonetta 1 & 2 Coming As Well

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 2 months ago

    Bayonetta 1+2 were the two games taht finally made me by the Wii U. I missed Bayonetta 1 back in the day because i only had a PS3. Sadly, the PS3 version of this game was inferior to the 360 Version (only 30 fps). I need high frame rates for my action games. So this was a no go for me.
    The Wii U gave me the chance to replay Bayonetta 1 and added Bayonetta 2 on top. Once i required a Pro controller i could dive into those games.
    What a thrill. I adored the first but the second adjusted many things for me (more color, a more smoother experience). It took me only a month to finish both games (usually i need more time because i get distracted really fast).
    This brings me back to Bayonetta 3. Sighh...
    Now i have to buy a switch :D

    Posted in Bayonetta 3 In Development For Nintendo Switch, Bayonetta 1 & 2 Coming As Well

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 3 months ago

    If SEGA can publish and sell yakuza with success then it shouldn't be a problem marketing Phoenix Wright the right way (the pun is intended). At least that's what I hope. Yakuza gives a good example because by releasing yakuza 0 the series got a really nice push. So basically Capcom should make a prequel and then remake /release the older titles for switch.

    Posted in Capcom Promises More Nintendo Switch Support, Including Ace Attorney Games

  • Avatar for Jaegermeist3r Jaegermeist3r 4 months ago

    You could only use the GameCube controller on the Wii U with SSB for Wii U as far as I know.

    Posted in Nintendo Switch Supports The GameCube Adapter Now

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