Been playing Earth Defense Force 2017 since I got my hands on it, and I've only completed 47.17% so far.... This game is rough on the higher difficulty settings. I still haven't completed the very first mission on Hardest (it's not even the highest difficulty...) because of the butchering I get once the giant ants kill all the other soldiers and gang up on me. Even when you get really tough weapons, you still have to put up one hell of a fight... these enemies don't joke around.
Interestingly, some of the later missions on Hardest are actually kinda easy in comparison.
Earth Defense Force 2017
Awesomest game of the evers.
Using a rocket launcher to blow up a tall building with a giant ant on it, then killing the ant in mid air with an assault rifle while being surrounded by an army of giant ants wanting to eat you.... rocks so hard.
Oblivion corner: Still a vampire.
I thought it was pretty entertaining. I actually watched the fight in the end twice. Good way to end the series, and it's definitely what Rocky V should've been. Ugh... just saying Rocky V makes me uneasy.
Oblivion note: got turned into a vampire while sleeping.
Started playing Oblivion again from the start on Friday. The only reason I really stopped playing was because of the stupid main quest and its billion Oblivion gates.
I've done some Arena fights, and the announcer's voice reminds me of the guy from The Wizard, at the end with the video game contest. I swear, I kept expecting him to say "Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy... Jimmy... WOODS!" every time he opens his mouth.
Anyway, I've stopped doing that and have since done some tasks, joined the Fighter's Guild, and bought a haunted house in Anvil. I can't stop playing now.... damn this game.
Well, that does it for my Saturn reviewing "marathon". I didn't expect to review this many Saturn games in a row, but it happened.
I actually have one more Saturn review I just finished yesterday, but I don't really feel it should go up. There's an aspect of the game (Scud: The Disposable Assassin) I wasn't able to play because it requires a gun controller, and I just wouldn't feel right submitting the review without having played that mode.
Clockwork Knight 2
Pretty standard review.