There is absolutely nothing you can’t change about your character appearance. Plastic surgery clinics are inexpensive and everywhere
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It's been sitting in my Steam library for God knows how long, and it came well recommended, so on a whim I booted up Saints Row 4. Got far enough in that it stopped giving me the main tutorial quests and unlocked all the DLC.
This is one of those games with that thing where you can run fast and jump high, and running fast and jumping high allows you to reach orbs which make you run faster and jump higher. I love it when games have that. I think I'll stick with it for a while. Seems like the sort of game that's fun to periodically drop into.
However, after a couple hours I've realized that I dislike the hair I gave my character during character creation. Anybody know if there's a way to change that?
i think the funniest ruleset is the "advanced" one (from jumbo) though i think i still want to get better at the core rules without all of the shortcutting and weird stuff you can do with the dice hopping and stacking so i probably won't play it too much for now. not to mention that it's still important to be competent at the "basic" play even for that, as those kinds of usually impossible moves can improve efficiency in a lot of cases but if you get too focused on trying to carry out some perfect galaxy brain 2-layer move...you'll just die by not clearing the board normallyDevil Dice and Bombastic are both pretty great, but I'd have to give the nod to the sequel, because well... explosions! They really drive up the intensity and raise the stakes considerably. You have to keep moving, not just to keep your combos active but because you'll die if you don't. (There's a hidden mode if you just want to play Devil Dice with better graphics... I think you earn it with high scores.)
There's also a sequel to Devil Dice on the PSP, called Xi Coliseum.
Damn, that's even more tears I'd need to grind out! D: Although I just realized that the bramble stuff was actually a sidequest I could've done a while ago. Not sure how I feel about that.There's an improved fast travel method that the game doesn't tell you about, but it's worth unlocking: if you donate 20k to the Albero church donation box, you gain the ability to fast travel between shrines rather than just the portal rooms.
I more-or-less 100%-ed that game outside of some obscure DLC bullshit and I had no idea this was a thing. Sounds like it would have been useful!There's an improved fast travel method that the game doesn't tell you about, but it's worth unlocking: if you donate 20k to the Albero church donation box, you gain the ability to fast travel between shrines rather than just the portal rooms.
Beat it finally, and I’d still agree with this. I think the original’s story was better, but sequel is probably the more accessible one, both in terms of the gameplay being reworked to work with a conventional controller while still feeling TWEWY…y, in terms of the main character not being so abrasive at the beginning like in the original, and just in terms of being able to find a decent version of the game in general.I’m not sure I’d recommend Neo: The World Ends With You over the DS original, but I would definitely recommend it over any of the attempts to remake the original on newer platforms.