The Community Spotlight – 07/01/2017

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Hello and acquire to a latest book of a Giant Bomb Community Spotlight and I, ZombiePie, am once again respected to be your remit from a dreaded “Summer Game Drought.”

What a stately universe we live in.
What a stately universe we live in.

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I Fucked At Clenchies (By: @fobwashed)

In box we missed it, or are not a subscriber, things happened during a 6/30/2017 GBE Megadate that featured Mary Kish as a guest. This print by Fobwashed references something that happened during that livestream. If we haven’t seen it, be prepared for one of Giant Bomb’s many stately sight wrecks.

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Giant Bomb Logo (By: Isaac_Dawley)

Over on Twitter, Isaac_Dawley published a fun delivery of a Giant Bomb trademark after skeleton for a staff print fell through. It’s still flattering cold nonetheless.

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This Is…. (By: @fobwashed)

Goddammit Steve….

Community Activities

GOLF EVERYBODY! (Not to be confused with Everybody's Golf)
GOLF EVERYBODY! (Not to be confused with Everybody’s Golf)

The Golf Club 2 Giant Bomb Society Central For All Platforms! + Discord (By: @meatsofevil)

Check out a centralized village thread for The Golf Club 2 over here if we wish to offshoot adult with associate Giant Bomb users in a sporting diversion of round chess.

Best Of Blog

GrizzlyButts's endless write-up about Star Ocean 5 is a contingency examination this week.
GrizzlyButts’s endless write-up about Star Ocean 5 is a contingency examination this week.

Star Ocean: Integrity Faithlessness, tri-Ace, And How ‘retro’ Cannot Be An Excuse For Creative Failures (By: @grizzlybutts)

GrizzlyButts tinkered with Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, and extensively wrote given he thinks it is an “incomplete” entrance in a Star Ocean franchise.

My Favorite E3 2017 Trailers Part 1 And The Award Goes To… (By: @themist997)

Whether it be large titles from vital companies or warn indie debuts, TheMist997 highlights his favorite trailers from E3 2017. TheMist997 also wrote about David OReilly’s Everything winning an endowment during a Vienna Independent Shorts film festival.

Who didn't win an award?
Who didn’t win an award?

First Thoughts: The Flame in a Flood Return to Orcs Must Die! Unchained (By: @mikelemmer)

MikeLemmer shares his summative impressions of The Flame in a Flood and how a attempts to urge a roguelike format detracts from a experience. Earlier this week MikeLemmer returned to Orcs Must Die! Unchained and wrote how a new Chaos Trials residence his primary complaints about a game.

Everything About Tales of Symphonia – Part II: The Worries And Wisdom of Raine Sage (By: @generic_username)

Generic_username continues his retrospective on Tales of Symphonia, and this part extrapolates given he fell in adore with Raine.

“Priorities”

God Of War: Chains Of Olympus Is Still A Fine Game, But 9 Years After Release It Feels Utterly Inessential (By: @bigsocrates)

BigSocrates recently played God of War: Chains of Olympus, and wrote a blog on how it is a solid, though inessential entrance in a God of War franchise.

All-New Saturday Summaries 2017-07-01 (By: @mento)

Mento’s had a large week: as good as deliberating Nightshade for PS2, a Indie diversion Wuppo, adding some-more to his Trailer Blazer: E3 2017 list and (eventually) essay his early impressions of Tales of Zestiria, he also achieved a long-term plan for a Giant Bomb Wiki associated to a SNES.

Join The Discussion

Crash is back? Crash's back.
Crash is back? Crash’s back.

What’s The Deal With 2D Video Game Image Scaling? (By: @alistercat)

When we play aged 8-bit or 16-bit games do we widen a outputted picture to fit complicated monitors? What about “smoothing?” Vote and plead your welfare over here!

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Impressions Sharing Thread (By: @glots)

Have we played a Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy? If so, join a village contention about a repackaging and a remarkable memetic reputation.

Is Playing A Series In Order Overrated? (By: @liquiddragon)

Is personification a video diversion series/franchise in sequence a must? Share if we consider personification games out of sequence is a prerequisite or an abomination.

The Big Show approves of Destiny 2.
The Big Show approves of Destiny 2.

Have Any Games With Depressing Atmosphere Turned You Off? (By: @giantlennonx_x)

Have we ever avoided a diversion with a joyless environment or story? List a games we took a tough pass on given we were fearful they would sleet on your parade.

To The People That Invested Tons Of Hours Into Destiny 1: Are You Pissed Almost Nothing Carries Over? (By: @liquiddragon)

Share your dual cents’ value on a village contention debating calm not carrying over from Destiny to Destiny 2. Is it a required evil, or an insult to long-time fans of a initial game?

How Often Do You Stop Playing A Game Because It Is Difficult? (By: @bigsocrates)

Not all video diversion kids are combined a same.
Not all video diversion kids are combined a same.

How mostly do we stop personification a diversion given it is difficult? It goes though observant we are all guilty of irreverence while personification games, though what about walking divided from a diversion entirely?

Have You Ever “Out Grown” A Type Of Game, Because It Focused On Characters Younger Than You? (By: @clagnaught)

Have we ever struggled to get invested in a diversion given it featured characters younger than you? Articulate a probable undo we have with child protagonists, and hopefully we are improved than Mr. Rorie about usurpation child characters.

Lovable Lists

More E3 trailer fun is to be had this week on Mento's list!
More E3 trailer fun is to be had this week on Mento’s list!

Trailer Blazer: E3 2017 (By: @mento)

It might be a repeat, though given a volume of new calm he has added, I’ll make an exemption. Mento updated Trailer Blazer list, and it now includes 110 games with E3 2017 trailers.

Useful User Reviews

The Nintendo Switch user diversion reviews are starting to come through.
The Nintendo Switch user diversion reviews are starting to come through.
  • @darthorange’s examination of Arms sum given he was won over by a game’s attract and accessibility.
  • @themist997 uses his latest examination to plead how Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End reasonably ends a Uncharted authorization though holding vital risks.
  • @riostarwind’s latest retro diversion examination is for Medal of Honor: Frontline! Read given he thinks a diversion positively shows a age in 2017.
  • @kiefer uses his Super Mario Run examination to explain how Mario’s mobile debut, while charming, could have been better.
  • @sam_lfcfan’s Danger Zone examination articulates given he found a diversion to be a large beating given a developers’ lane record.

Wonderful Wikis

After years of tough work, Mento has finished it. The Giant Bomb Wiki has full pages for any singular diversion to be expelled for a SNES/Super Famicom. That’s roughly 1,770 wiki pages! In respect of his tough work we am permitting him to name a few of his favorite pages:

  • Rudra no Hihou: A late Squaresoft RPG for a system, with a unequivocally cool, novel sorcery complement that let we submit difference to emanate spells. Only recently been fan translated, I’ve been operative on lifting a profile.
  • American Battle Dome: we spent approach too prolonged essay about this stupid multiplayer rival pinball game. I’d like for GBWest to try it out some day, given it combines Jeff’s loves of pinball, Atari’s Warlords and crazy Japanese games.
  • Ganbare Goemon 2: Kiteretsu Shogun Magginesu: Part of given we enjoyed doing all this wiki things was given of a games we kept discovering. we knew there had been other SNES Legend of Mystical Ninja games that never saw localization, though we didn’t know only how many or how crazy they got. The second SNES diversion introduced Goemon’s hulk conflict drudge crony Impact, among other things. (I’m 100% behind Ben’s efforts to get a Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon underline going.)
  • Ranma 1/2 : Chougi Ranbu Hen: This one goes out to Jason, who was an overwhelming adequate duder to give me a Twitter scream out for this whole SNES wiki business. This is a (marginally) higher SNES Ranma 1/2 warrior game, if Ranking of Fighters ever wanted to give that anime authorization another shot.
  • Jelly Boy: Ending on a nauseating note. Jelly Boy is a PAL-exclusive platformer and we trust a initial ever SNES page we created. Not to be confused with Smart Ball (which was called Jelly Boy in Japan), Jelly Boy had this neat shapeshifting automechanic that let we spin into all sorts of things to finish any of a colorful levels.

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