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My Skullcandy headphones last me like 5 years before they need replacing and by then I'm getting the newer model. My husband uses their ear buds, but I don't know what they're made of since I need over ear. Inner ear headphones kept giving my blisters and blackheads no matter what I did.

I manage to mostly avoid bad games, but holy crap, controversial opinion, I loathed Breath of the Wild as soon as I got past the sip test. It was miserable. Constant enemy fights that took several minutes, broke all my good weapons, dropped a crappy stick in return for all my effort. It made exploring a nightmare so I just stayed put on roads avoiding most of the game, then they threw in the ninjas, literally. I never could bring myself to go defeat Ganon even after completing all four guardians. It was all far too tedious. I felt so defeated for not getting why this was the "best" Zelda ever. I think I'll probably skip the sequel.

Off Topic / Re: What Outdoor Activities Or Games Are You Into
« on: June 26, 2020, 02:51:15 am »
Swimming, I grew up in a hot climate and living in one to this day. Swimming is great to cool off and work out without blowing out my crappy joints. Swimming is also just a good skill to have. I wouldn't want to drown.  It's a fairly common life skill where I'm from unlike where I live now.

General / Re: Top 150 PS3 Games of All Time
« on: June 16, 2020, 01:28:18 pm »
52. Tales of Graces F

General / Re: Top 150 PS3 Games of All Time
« on: June 15, 2020, 08:06:20 pm »
38. Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd

General / Re: What Is Your Most Favorite Video Game Console? And Why?
« on: June 10, 2020, 02:20:39 pm »
I've always been partial to handhelds so the Switch is already shaping up to be my hands down favorite console. I almost exclusively buy switch titles these days, pc gaming aside. The switch also came out just when my finances opened me up to the freedom to buy more games and not agonize over the costs so much. Before I would mostly buy gba/ds/3ds games because they came in at a cheaper price point and I was a kid/teen working with an allowance.

Before though I'd probably have chosen the Snes, GC, or PS2. Hard to say which though they all have their pros and cons.

General / Re: Let's Name the Top 100 PS4 Games Together!
« on: June 10, 2020, 02:06:09 pm »
8. Catherine: Full Body

Classic Video Games / Re: Sega turns 60 years old.
« on: June 04, 2020, 04:20:49 pm »
I adore the Hatsune Miku games, Yakuza, and Puyo Puyo among many other franchises. They're not perfect, but who is? I didn't grow up with a Sega console, but I enjoy the games nonetheless. I also just have a lot of fond feelings for their part played in the VOCALOID community which I grew up in.

Site Feedback / Re: Why isn't Visual Novel added as a genre??
« on: May 30, 2020, 08:20:58 pm »
I would also like this added, I always stumble over what to add them as.

General / Re: How do y'all handle your backlogs?
« on: May 27, 2020, 05:57:32 pm »
I try to keep track of my to dos on a spreadsheets, but mostly I play what I feel like. I also don't really limit titles because I play a lot of long or endless sort of games. So I want to get up and play animal crossing in the morning on my switch, but play something else in the evening. I just accept my backlog, finishing everything in one sitting and dedicating myself is rough, especially since I sometimes take breaks after getting a number of endings or the like. It's hard to decide when some games are done.

I really adore the Dragon Quest Builder games, it's a jrpg minecraft. It's cute, funny, and the story mode leads into a free build mode.

As for Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing the new Story of season remake of Mineral Town is coming out this July. Also Rune Factory 4 Special came out last year. If you don't have a switch (since you said Animal crossing I just took a guess you may have one) Story of Seasons Doraemon is available on PC. I haven't played that one yet, but it looks super nice.

Mostly Animal Crossing New Horizons. Though I picked up a few games on spring sale as well on the Japanese eshop, they had Ni No Kuni, Yokai Watch, and Layton DX for 1,000 yen each. Mostly playing Ni No Kuni and Yokai Watch as I can't yet make out the instruction in Layton.

Nintendo Switch, Ipad Air, and a gaming laptop. I've always been a heavy Nintendo player though, but I feel like I play my playstation less with each iteration. Mostly likely skipping the PS5 altogether. I lost a lot of trust in Sony with their censorship spree. Who would've thought it would ever be Nintendo getting the uncensored and racy games? Plus the growing retro selection on switch is quite delightful and always growing.

I have been in therapy for 5 years, but that's due to a lot of complex issues. I've weaned from two sessions a week to once a fortnight though so progress I guess. My best advice I can give is that they can only help you as much as you want to be helped and finding a good fit for you sometimes takes more than one try. I wish I could say more but it all varies a lot, you know? Everyone is different and we probably don''t have the same diagnoses so I can't tell you much, but the help is out there for anyone willing to work at it even if the process is hard and slow. Just don't expect results overnight and it'll be much more manageable.

Off Topic / Re: Do You Play Other Table Top or Card Games?
« on: November 15, 2019, 11:53:07 pm »
Used to play tons of MtG, play some board games, but I'm a huge TRPG player. Like 2-3 games a week easy. I know about 25 systems and I' always learning more. My favorites are easily Cyberpunk 2020 (my first and very solid), Vampire: the Masquerade 20 along with many other oldWoD games, and Nobilis 2nd. For fantasy games I like Ryuutama, Savage Worlds Explorer's ed, and Spellbound Kingdoms.

Also, best TRPG licensed game is hands down VtM:B.

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