Nigmabox Rundown (18/10-24/10) The Super Seuxal Anthropomorphized Doughnut BBW Fart Queen

0 Henneko Hey Sexy Boy There is a TOn of Poverty and destruction in the world Enjoy this pornSo, I didn’t pay much attention to it after its launch, it’s flaccid whimpering launch, but it was pretty obvious to everybody that something bad happened in the Bundie offices when this turkey was being baked.  So Kotaku, a site I visit so seldomly I do not know what the front page looks like, did a neat little piece on the development of the Destiny: Part 1 or Dest1ny if you are somebody who found out about 1337-speak in 2007, and still thinks it’s kinda cool…   

So, Kojima supposedly left Konami on October 9th, and will be permitted to resume working in the game industry in December, which is a bit weird, but I’m assuming that he is on a paid vacation or some such thing.  Konami claims that Kojima is still employed, but they also do not know of the man’s farewell party held on October 9th.  They probably think that either did not happen, or believe that because he is still receiving checks from the company.  Or their draconian corporate organization system has yet to process something that should take a matter of hours. Actually, minutes as they knew he was going to leave.  Either way,  #FucKonami, and it is good to see that Kojima has left that company behind.1 KLK Buh-bye done no more I'm out bitch screw this enjoy your mess

That company who released Metal Gear Solid V with basically an entire chapter missing from what people could gather, with 27 missing missions and 10 hidden ones, both likely unplayable without extensive tinkering.  That said, Metal Gear fans are likely going to do what Konami chose not to and actually finish the game, you know, instead of causing such a hissy fit that I’m sure it affected sales as well as ruining the company from a public relations perspective.  At least the studio is finally touching the Hudson IPs once more as a new Bomberman is coming to phones, and will hopefully not be free to play.  A nice gesture, but that’s all it is.   2 PGOS Bombs of outrage and anger

In other news, Ubisoft plans on launching, in addition to their UPlay service that nobody likes, Ubisoft Club.  An unwanted move that will supposedly offer player bonuses, when most people just want to sit and enjoy the game they purchased without needing to deal with any social nonsense.  Ubisoft also had an unexpected run in with former Activision owner, Vivendi, who bought some of the company, much to Ubisoft’s dismay, and Vivendi then bought more of Ubisoft.  I’m actually surprised the company cannot simply refuse to sell their stock to someone, but I guess this comes with a free market, and is just another reason not to be a public company.  Shareholders just want profit, and most of them view company as a means to their own ends.  3 KLK Mad at the rich executives and famous do not be silly they just deserve frustration money bad spending no more AAA

Okay, now I need to transition from AAA to niche Japanese stuff, so I’ll just do that by saying that Final Fantasy XIII-3: Lightning Returns will come out December.  Probably due to an end of year deadline, as I am sure that the game will have some problems, much like the original release.  I’m sure I’ll find out for myself after checking out XIII, XIII-2, probably Type-0 HD, and before XV.  Yep, I’m saying this right now, expect a review of all of the Fabula Nova Crystallis games when they come to PC.  Why?  Well, let’s just say that after stirring a lot of excitement within me a decade ago, I feel an obligation to give all of these games of a go.  That, and trainwrecks are fascinating in their own way.4 WataMote Train Rape

Also, I will give most titles a go if they interest me, such as Land of No Night, or as it will be known in the west, Nights of Azure, in addition to some Altier games, which I don’t particularly care for based on their descriptions, and briefly playing one.  Time limits and perma-anything really don’t match what I want out or an RPG, which also explains the apathy I feel towards the Disgaea successor done by Idea Factory and a bunch of people who left Nippon Ichi Software, Trillion: God of Destruction.  I enjoy RPGs as low maintenance story driven experiences, and not something I need to have a guide to reference while making sure to rotate my saves in case I make a mistake and ruin my playthrough.5 PM sad upset annoyed cat trapped in a bunch of sand and dirt

Although, I do admire the decision to put out a Vita exclusive now that Sony has given up on the platform, as there are no first party Vita titles in development.  But there are still titles being made for it, hell, digital PSP titles are still coming out with Trails in the Sky SC finally coming out next week for both PSN and PC.  It was a hell of a wait, and for good reasons, but it is nice to see a game I will buy simply to support XSEED come out.  Sorry, but I did not like Trails in the Sky FC, I thought it was boring, too hard to grasp properly, and had pretty slow pacing.  I feel similarly to most Vanillaware titles, as I really did not care for the gameplay of Dragon’s Crown and Muramasa, but I will certainly support Vanillaware if they can bring their games to PC.  As their games deserve to be played at 1080p or higher.6 PGOS You wanna get me because I'm pretty

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