Completely cleared New Super Luigi U, dood. It was very different from New Super Mario Bros. U, every level was different and shorter, and there's only 100 seconds on the timer. You do get +100 extra seconds when going through a boss door. I was stuck on the Fire Bar Sprint level for a while, losing many lives, but once I figured it out, it was so easy. Superstar Road still has some of the best and most fun levels in the game. Just like Super Mario 3D World, there were many hidden Luigis. playing Nintendo Imgur
@captain For me, personally, it depends on what the game wants me to do to get 100%. Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon for example, I didn't feel like capturing all the ghosts in Scarescraper mode, because I felt like it was going to take a long time to do that, but it is possible. I'm also still having a bit trouble getting all the Verse cards in Bayonetta 2, some Verse cards are unlocked by doing these Witch Trial missions and it's basically wave after wave of enemies, it certainly does take a lot of skill to complete it without healing too often.
Great having your game updates, DeeMon. Even better seeing the ambition! I wonder how common it is for people to go for 100%? Pardon, I imagine lots of ppl have it in their head they'll aim for 100% but how many actually do it? Takes some skill and dedication! I certainly don't have either.
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I finally done Lunatic difficulty for Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE, and on Nintendo Switch's birthday too. Oh my Architect, why! I just need that one more play record for the last two trophies, then I'll finally complete this game. I need to play through the game a 3rd time for that last play record. F%#&.
Saw this Zelda themed wallet and had to buy it, dood. At a little naughty store called Spencer's. You should have seen all the horny high school girls looking at all the diughdos. Err, I mean, that red Hylian Crest. It would have been nice if the Triforce was colored yellow/gold, but oh well. I've been using envelopes to hold my paper monies.