It seems like saving is more or less a convenience now, whereas 15 to 20 years ago developers actually gave it a little meaning. Even metal gear solid (ps1) which was a save anywhere game made each save a unique event that played well into the game/narrative
In Final Fantasy XV i spent hours farming high and low level enemies at level 20 for the whole group. I used the Nixperience band on Noctice and had Gladious and Prompto have the warrior band and the other band (forgot the name) which gives you extra AP if you get an A+ in Timing and Offense. I racked up to I believe 390k exp or somewhere along those lines and went to a hotel with 2x Exp and it doubled it to around 600k. Went from a level 20 to level 60 and I got around 600 AP from it too. I can finally do chapter 4 lol wtf ch 4?
Sad thing about the 2x exp is that I found out that there's other rooms that give 3x exp and I'm sad about it. Oh well, time to rack up that exp again.
Screenshots of before and after will show up later because I'm having a family dinner going on. may forget but I will try and remember.
I'm not finding anything useful on a search engine so i decided to ask here; I'm using the Emulator Snes9x (most updated version) to try and lay Chrono trigger, however my save states won't save.. I know you are suppose to take a screen shot and it does work..until i close the chrono trigger file extract window, then when i reload it on Snesx9 i try to load the save state and it says it can't be found (if it's helpful my computer does meet all the conditions for both the Rom and the Emulator windows7) Does any know what i could do?
are you only using save state or are you also saving within the rom? I'm running SNES9x on my wii and I've been able to to save both within the game and within the emulator on Secret of Mana, FF and LoZ so I'm not sure what would be different for Chrono Trigger
I played the shit out of inquisition multiplayer (that hunter with alchemical potion spamming and some purple bow was ridiculously op), in fact i never finished the main story because roaming the wilds made me want to play skyrim.
This big ugly box was the humble beginnings of video games. While games technically started with 'Tennis for Two' in the 50's this was the first consumer home video game product, predating the Atari 2600. At the time video arcades were just starting, Pong also released in 1972 but Galaxy Game is the earliest known coin-op video arcade game. (Sega in the mid to late 60's made Electro-mechanical games yet these are debatable if they are actually video games.)
An engineer by the name of Ralph Baer would rock the world on this day and give rise to the video game industry. Known to many as the "father of the video game industry,” Baer applied for a patent for a television game system. The patent led to the invention of the Magnavox Odyssey, the first commercial home video game console which was released in 1972.
If you have any of the following on xbox would you mind playing it with me? Borderlands Pre-Sequal noob tho Call Of Duty Black Ops 2 Metal Slug 3 Saints Row IV Burnout: Paradise My Username Is : KINGCODEY20