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    Jeff
  • Birthday 04/25/1979

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    Carver, MN
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    Games, home theater, my kids and family.
  • Favorite Game EVER
    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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    JFo
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    JFo79
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    J.Fo79
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  1. The Wii U version takes longer to beat because everyone runs slower.
  2. One minor thing that frustrates me is that How Long to Beat lists Super Mario 3D World and Bowser's Fury as one entry on the site, whereas I think of them as two distinctly different games. As such, the completion time for both games are mashed together, so you don't get a good sense of how long either one of them are.
  3. I started Bowser’s Fury yesterday with my son. So far it’s pretty good, but I have a feeling I’m going to have to play the entire thing co-op with him since we started it together. As a result, I didn’t get to play it at all last night (he was at a sleepover at my mom and dad’s house). Instead, I went back into Super Mario 3D World with the intent on finishing Champion’s Road with Mario. As I mentioned above, I’ve only ever been able to finish it with Peach. That’s fine and all — it’s not easy beating that level with any character — but I wanted to see if I could get through it wit
  4. Well, I finished up Super Mario 3D World last night. I beat every stage, collected all 380 green stars, reached the top of all the flag poles and collected almost all the stamps. The only stamps I’m missing are the ones you get for beating every level with each of the five characters. As was the case with the original version on Wii U, I probably won’t be getting these either. The prospect of beating each level five times is way too much. Besides, I don’t know if there is any way I could possibly beat Champion’s Road with anyone other than Peach. I need her floaty jump to get past the section
  5. Looking forward to playing Maquette. That looked like an excellent puzzler when Sony showed it off last year as part of their indie showcase. Sony may not be matching Microsoft when it comes to Game Pass, but the slate of titles being offered on PS Plus this year has certainly been better than Games With Gold's offerings.
  6. I like what I’m seeing here. The gameplay and movement reminds me of The Pathless, which I played on Apple Arcade a few months ago (and is also available on PS5). I liked that game and would be very happy if this was just as good.
  7. It's interesting to see the Series S available at a couple places. I see it available to order from Best Buy and Target at the moment. It's even available for pickup at my local Target store, apparently.
  8. This is far better than it has any right to be.
  9. So, question — if you have a game that is cross-platform and can run at 60fps on PC but not console, could that possibly be an indicator that a game would work with FPS boost?
  10. It's been a while. I just wanted to provide a quick update on this project. After finishing Assassin's Creed: Liberation back in October, I decided to take a break from Assassin's Creed for a bit. The PS5 and the Xbox Series X were about to launch, and I wanted to clear out my schedule to make way for the numerous next gen launch titles arriving at that time. As much as I was enjoying playing through these games (with, perhaps, the exception of ACIII), I didn't want to feel like they were crowding out the other titles I wanted to play at that time. Besides, I figured a little break
  11. I'm most of the way through World Star now on Super Mario 3D World. After that, it's Worlds Mushroom, Flower, and Crown. I've unlocked Rosalina too, which is a nice bonus. I can tell the levels are starting to get harder now. I've been playing this game the same way I played Sackboy: A Big Adventure a few months ago. I won't move on to the next level until I've collected everything, which in this case, means all three green stars, the stamp, and the top of the flagpole. Like I said earlier, the fact that you get to keep the stars and the stamps even if you die is making this playthrough of the
  12. Same. 563 to be exact. The other day my oldest son wanted to play Forza Horizon 3. After perusing through my garage, he complained that I didn't have enough cars. Apparently 130 just isn't enough. I told him he could go and spend the over 5 million in credits I have saved up for whatever car(s) he wanted. It's the closest I'll probably ever get to being a billionaire asshole dad who spoils his kids.
  13. First details on the next-generation VR system coming to the PS5 console. Hideaki Nishino, Senior Vice President, Platform Planning & Management, writing for the PlayStation Blog: Not a lot of details as of yet, but I'm sure this will make PlayStation VR fans very happy.
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