10000 levels! who would be so fucking evil to make a RPG with that many levels?!
You'd think since the guy knows how to program, that the mystique of seeing numbers endlessly go up would be reduced, since you can see what's going on behind the curtain. But I guess not.
He will never have sex, which is both slightly sad and incredibly reassuring.
"Yeah, you can level up on your own chests. It works, so why not?"
Umm... well.... hmm. I have an answer, but I don't think he'd understand it.
Every single thing Uli has done in this game boils down to one question.
Disgaea is an OCD trap
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
God he has such shitty taste in games.
Uli is basically into two things: rpgs, the more grinding you can do the better, and platafformers. In the second case, the more you can jump the better for him.
I'm curious about seeing him playing something like Demon's Souls. No matter how much you grind in that game, killing just small enemies, if you don't know how to properly play the game you won't last long, regardless of lv, items, weapons and what not.
It's not just that he hasn't played the third and fourth games yet. He hasn't even finished the second story quest in THIS game.
1,000 hours, and he hasn't even started "the game".
Here's some more RPG OCD entertainment:
Some guy documents his playthroughs of the original Final Fantasy with ridiculous conditions: solo black belt, four non-black belts with no weapons, four white mages, solo no armor, lowest possible level completion, no item buying allowed.
That's less OCD and more hoping the random number generator gives you a lucky break so you can kill whatever boss in one turn.
|Jet Bin Fever |
It's pretty atrocious, but if this were a multiplayer game it wouldn't be considered that awful. I had a friend who logged about one and a half years of playtime in World of Warcraft in his four years of college, meaning he spent nearly half his time in that game. There were some with more there too. Jesus.
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