A little soothing lifestyle

by Sapphire21

Yeah, I know

Hey guys, huh? Oh no, I know you guys won’t take most of my scary games since not all of you can take the “horror”, Guts feeling of enduring. Don’t worry, since I’m not going to post any scary games until a couple more weeks. All until I find more games materials and common grounds to discuss. So I won’t go crazy and post them this week… Probably.

Any who, I think you guys realized that I post this site a bit early. I got something to do during this week and I’m not gonna say that I leave my fans hanging or something. So this week I posted games and accessory for you guys to enjoy and maybe add a little extra at the end of Sunday.

also I won’t talk text in my next blog, sorry but I’m that busy this time. Maybe my third post, but see here down below that are just normal games folk’s.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rife

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The story begins on the last day of school before summer vacation. Before being allowed to begin summer vacation, Luso is sent to help Mr. Randell, the librarian, clean up the library as punishment for his mischievous behavior and perpetual tardiness.

Inside the library, Luso finds a strange book with exciting pictures of wizards and monsters, the latter half of which is mysteriously blank. On the last written page, the book asks who will be the hero to complete the story.

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Being a mischievous child, Luso writes his own name and is immediately transported to the world of Ivalice. Meanwhile, Cid and the members of his Clan were hunting a Crushatrice named Klesta. When Luso drops in out of the sky into the middle of the battle, helpless and confused, Cid quickly saves him, telling him he must join their clan for the battle by swearing an oath to the Judge.

Luso then becomes a Soldier and helps the clan defeat the Crushatrice, who flees after a while.

After that, they head for Wood Village, a small town in Targ Wood. There, Cid introduces Luso to the Clan and they discuss what will be of Luso’s future. Then, Luso notices that he carries a journal within his garments, which hold writings about his recent adventures in Ivalice.

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Developer: Square Enix

Publisher: Square Enix

Director: Yuichi Murasawa

Producer: Hiroaki Kato

Artist: Ryoma Ito and Akihiko Yoshida

Writer: Kyoko Kitahara

Composer: Hitoshi Sakimoto and Masaharu Iwata

Series: Final Fantasy Ivalice Alliance

Platform: Nintendo DS

Release: October 25, 2007

Genre: Tactical role-playing

Mode: Single-player

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Customer Review: 189

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay, GameStop

Even she can make a quick escape: Mirror Edge

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Faith, after completing a delivery to fellow Runner Celeste, learns that her sister Kate may be in trouble at Pope’s office. When she arrives, she finds Kate standing beside Pope’s body, insisting she has been framed for murder and requesting Faith to discover the cause.

Faith finds a piece of paper with the name “Icarus” on it in Pope’s hand. Kate refuses to flee with Faith, saying it would only make her look guilty, and is arrested. From a former Runner, Jacknife, Faith learns that Pope’s head of security, former wrestler Travis “Ropeburn” Burfield, may be connected to Pope’s murder. Faith meets Lt. Miller, at Kate’s behest, narrowly avoiding arrest.

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At Ropeburn’s office, she overhears him setting up a meeting at a new place downtown. At the meeting, Ropeburn discovers Faith’s presence and attacks her, but Faith gains the upper hand and throws him off the roof. As he is hanging above a long drop, she tries to interrogate Ropeburn, but before he can reveal anything he is killed by an unknown assassin.

Lacking other leads, Faith investigates the security firm that has begun aiding the police force in their crackdown of Runners. She finds they are behind “Project Icarus”, a program designed to train their forces in parkour style to oppose the Runners, giving them the ability to chase down and eliminate the Runners. Faith follows the trail of Ropeburn’s killer to a boat in port; after chasing the unknown person, Faith discovers the assassin is actually Celeste, who is colluding with Project Icarus to keep herself safe, and Celeste warns Faith to consider the same.

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The arrival of the police allows Celeste to escape. With Kate convicted for Pope’s murder, Merc plans a way for Faith to ambush the police convoy transporting her to prison, and Faith helps to free Kate. She gives Kate the comms unit that she and Merc use and tells her that he will guide her back to his hideout.

When Faith returns to the hideout, she finds it in ruins, with Merc dying and Kate recaptured. In his dying words, Merc tells Faith that Kate is now at the Shard, which contains Mayor Callaghan’s office and the servers that run the city’s surveillance systems.

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Developer: EA DICE

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Director: Senta Jakobsen

Producer: Owen O’Brien

Designer: Thomas Andersson

Programmer: Per-Olof Romell

Artist: Johannes Söderqvist

Writer: Rhianna Pratchett

Composer: Solar Fields

Engine: Unreal Engine 3

Platform: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, iOS, Windows Phone

Release: November 11, 2008

Genre: Action-adventure, platform

Mode: Single-player

Rating: 4.2 out of 5

Customer Review: 184

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay, and GameStop

one piece’s pirate warriors 2

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The game features a new Partner system to replace the Crew Strike system from the first game. After the player builds up a certain meter, they will be able to use a special attack and switch to playing as their partner.

There is a new Haki usage system and Style Change system. Characters with Haki can activate it to knock out enemies, enhance the power of their attacks or to instantly chain into combos.

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The style change meter fills up as the player defeats foes. The style changes depending on the character’s style type.
Players can also earn money in and after completing stages to spend on leveling up characters faster, or in an in-game store to buy movies, music and more.

Every playable character in the game has an initial maximum level of 50, but the cap can be increased to level 100 by clearing levels on the very hard difficulty. The more levels are completed, the more of these items can be bought until all characters’ level caps are increased.

 

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Unlike the first game, the story mode does not follow the manga, but instead has its own storyline, named as Dream Story, which sees a three-way battle between a Pirate Alliance formed by the Straw Hat Pirates and the Whitebeard Pirates, Sakazuki’s post-time skip Marine Headquarters and the “Great Pirate Alliance” founded by the ultimate bosses of the game Gekko Moriah and Marshall D. Teach, along with other past enemies.

The story starts after the two-year time skip, just after the crew reached the New World. They got surrounded by a Marine fleet led by Monkey D. Garp. He shoots his Ryuusei Meteor against the ship, then the Marine soldiers assault the pirates.

After a short battle, which involves all the crew members, Luffy directly attacks an enemy ship with his Gomu Gomu no Rocket and fights Smoker. After this, Luffy comes back to the ship and the Knock Up Stream launches them up to Skypiea.

Developer: Omega Force

Publisher: Bandai Namco Games

Series: One Piece

Platform: PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita

Release: March 20, 2013

Genre: Action

Mode: Single-Player and Multiplayer

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Rating: 3.9 out of 5

Customer Review: 28

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay,

sonic the hedgehog 2

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a 2D side-scrolling platform game. The game stars Sonic the Hedgehog and his sidekick, Miles “Tails” Prower, who is described as having idolized Sonic as a child and wanting to keep up with him.

At the game’s start, the player can select to either play as Sonic, Tails, or both. The difference between the two is purely cosmetic; the two both have identical abilities. In the latter mode, players control Sonic while Tails runs along beside him.

A second player can join in at any time and control Tails separately. The game takes place over a series of levels, each divided into one, two, or three acts with a boss fight with Robotnik at the end of the last act.

Certain levels have features that are unique to them; for example, Emerald Hill has corkscrew-like loops, and Chemical Plant has boost pads that instantly put Sonic at his top speed.

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The character can jump on enemies to defeat them; the game also introduces a new move, the “spin dash” or “Super Dash Attack”, by which the player curls in a ball and spins while stationary, resulting in a speed boost.

When the player is attacked by an enemy without rings, is crushed, falls off-screen, or exceeds the act’s ten-minute limit, they lose a life and return to the most recently passed checkpoint. Dying with zero lives gives the player a game over.

The game’s special stages, in which the player collects rings in hopes of obtaining a Chaos Emerald, are presented in 3D, unlike the rest of the game.

When the player collects at least 50 rings and passes a checkpoint, they can warp to a “special stage”. In these stages, the player runs through a pseudo-3D half-pipe course, collecting rings and dodging bombs.

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A set amount of rings must be collected to pass through each of three checkpoints and in turn to obtain the emerald itself. If Sonic collides with a bomb, he loses ten rings and is immobilized momentarily.

The stages rise in difficulty, and the player cannot enter any stage without passing the previous one. After finishing, the player is transported back to the star post they used to enter the special stage, with their ring-count reset to zero.

When all Emeralds have been collected, if the player chose Sonic, he has the ability to turn into Super Sonic, which requires 50 rings or more.

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Developer: Sega Technical Institute

Publisher: Sega

Director: Masaharu Yoshii

Producer: Shinobu Toyoda

Designer: Hirokazu Yasuhara, Takahiro Anto, and Yutaka Sugano

Programmer: Yuji Naka, Bill Willis, and Masanobu Yamamoto

Artist: Yasushi Yamaguchi, Jina Ishiwatari, Rieko Kodama and Tim Skelly.

Composer: Masato Nakamura

Series:Sonic the Hedgehog

Platform: Sega Genesis, Nintendo 3DS, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Apple TV, and Nintendo Switch.

Release: November 21, 1992

Genre: Platform

Mode: Single-player, multiplayer

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Rating: 4.2 out of 5

Customer Review: 1,312

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay, and GameStop

Kirby return to dreamland

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When a mysterious traveler crash-landed on Planet Popstar, Kirby and his friends rushed to his aid, and an amazing adventure began! This game featured extra-powerful Copy Abilities called Super Abilities, which gave Kirby incredible new attacks.

Kirby’s inhale ability also got powered up in this game. The additional player could join and leave the game at will. Moves like Piggyback and Team Attack let players help each other through tough spots. This game also included minigames that could be unlocked as the story progressed.”

This game was also re-released on the Wii U Virtual Console in Japan on January 28, 2015, and North America on July 30, 2015.

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Kirby and co. with Magolor inside the Lor Starcutter
The game opens to show King Dedede and Bandana Waddle Dee running after Kirby, who is holding a large slice of cake resembling the Strawberry Shortcake in Kirby: Squeak Squad.

They run past Meta Knight, who is sitting by a large rock on a grassy knoll, reading a book in full armor and relaxing under the sun. Suddenly, the sky flashes brightly and a dark, star-shaped portal opens in the sky, which startles the four of them and causes Kirby to drop his cake.

The Lor Starcutter – a crystalline, galleon-shaped starship with an unfamiliar insignia – pops out, trailing smoke and spilling pieces of Energy Spheres everywhere. Moments after, the Lor falls apart – first two banks of oars, then wings at its aft, then its engines and a piece of its bow, and finally its top mast.

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What’s left of the hull crashes nearby, and the four heroes run off to investigate.

They reach the crash site and find the ship’s hull mostly intact. Then its door opens. Kirby peers intently inside. The heroes wander into the ship’s shiny interior and find themselves right inside the ship’s cockpit, but it’s in shambles after the crash.

A lone alien, Magolor, lies on his side, unconscious in front of a large screen flashing a warning sign.
Magolor wakes up and immediately makes his way over to the control panel, and a look of despair comes over him.

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The screen shows all 120 Energy Spheres missing, and all five parts of the ship had been scattered to the five corners of Planet Popstar.
Kirby is the first to offer his help, and the rest join in, and so the four heroes run off to gather up the parts while Magolor stays behind to tend to his ship.

Developer: HAL Laboratory

Publisher: Nintendo

Director: Shinya Kumazaki

Producer: Hiroaki Suga, Hitoshi Yamagami and Shigefumi Kawase

Artist: Kazuyuki Nakamura and Kenichiro Kita

Writer: Shinya Kumazaki

Composer: Hirokazu Ando and Jun Ishikawa

Series: Kirby

Platform: Wii, Wii U

Release: October 24, 2011

Genre: Action-platformer

Mode: Single-player, multiplayer

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Customer Review: 286

Rating: 4.3 out of 5

Trailer: Opening

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