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  1. I was curious what everyone thinks are good games to get on the Steam Summer Sales, share your recommendations and here's some from me in no particular order: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel series Cold Steel 1 https://store.steampowered.com/app/538680/The_Legend_of_Heroes_Trails_of_Cold_Steel/ Cold Steel 2 https://store.steampowered.com/app/748490/The_Legend_of_Heroes_Trails_of_Cold_Steel_II/ Cold Steel 3 https://store.steampowered.com/app/991270/The_Legend_of_Heroes_Trails_of_Cold_Steel_III/ Trails of Cold Steel is a JRPG series that is set in a Fantasy Empire focusing on a group of students at a military academy who are taken through a variety of different tasks and field studies that take them to various parts of the Empire where they fight monsters, help townspeople and also stop consparicies that are threatening the stability of their nation. It features a diverse cast of great characters whom you can bond with and through those bonds learn new abilites and powers to help them conquer their quest. I played through the 3 Cold Steel games recently and I've enjoyed them all and can recommend them to any JRPG fan and especially to fans of games like Fire Emblem and Persona. I'd also recommend checking out the Trails in The Sky trilogy as they're part of the same series, it's recommended to play them first chronologically or at least try them out sometime before playing at least Cold Steel 3 or 4 as they're the finales of the saga. https://store.steampowered.com/app/251150/The_Legend_of_Heroes_Trails_in_the_Sky/ https://store.steampowered.com/app/251290/The_Legend_of_Heroes_Trails_in_the_Sky_SC/ https://store.steampowered.com/app/436670/The_Legend_of_Heroes_Trails_in_the_Sky_the_3rd/ Doom Eternal: https://store.steampowered.com/app/782330/DOOM_Eternal/ The king of the First Person Shooter genre is back with a polished combat system and fast paced action that requires skilled manuevering and quick thinking, with a rebalanced combat system that is consistently challenging especially on the highest difficulty settings. This newest entry in the DOOM series came out a few months ago and it is currently my game of the year. And it's 50% off right now which is a very great deal for a recently released title. And if you enjoy it I recommend also getting other games from the DOOM franchise if you haven't already as they're all also on sale right now, and they're very fun shooters, here's the link to the franchise if you're interested in them. https://store.steampowered.com/curator/35501448 Divinity: Original Sin 2: Definitive Edition: https://store.steampowered.com/app/435150/Divinity_Original_Sin_2__Definitive_Edition/ An engaging Role Playing Game set in a medieval fantasy setting that is heavy on magic and has story themes of power and the price to attain it. DOS 2 is a highly interactive game with pen and paper levels of freedom where the player can interact with virtually every object, move their other characters while one of them is in a conversation, and the entire game is playable in cooperative multiplayer with a group of friends if you so desire, but they're also fun to play solo if you're not interested in that and I will still highly recommend it. Resident Evil 2: Remake: https://store.steampowered.com/app/883710/Resident_Evil_2/ This is a good remake of a classic survival horror game and it was one of my favorite games of 2019, I recommend it if you haven't played it already. Yakuza Series: https://store.steampowered.com/bundle/13660/The_Yakuza_Bundle/ Yakuza is an entertaining fighting game with an open world setting full of detailed stories both main and side ones, with a great set of minigames some of which so good they could be their own game. Yakuza has a well written dramatic story full of twists and turns as well as some emotional moments with some really deep lore and characters. I highly recommend playing them in chronological order with Zero and then Kiwami 1 and 2 as the story while fairly self contained has a lot of connections to previous events and context can really make a lot of the character moments much more memorable. Hitman Series: https://store.steampowered.com/app/863550/HITMAN_2/ https://store.steampowered.com/franchise/Hitman Hitman is a Stealth Action game that's more like a Sandbox Assassination Simulator with lots of different opportunities to kill your targets by exploration and creating setups, a unique stealth game with a deep disguise system that adds interesting progression to the levels, with the latest games having an enforcer system where you have to avoid certain NPCs who can see through your disguise. The Hitman series is full of very fun games and Hitman 2 is the latest game and the peak of the franchise with the most amount of polish and content. I recommend Hitman to any stealth fan. Thief Series: https://store.steampowered.com/bundle/1459/Thief_Collection/ Thief is a video game series of Immersive Sims that are primarily focused on Stealth, and it's a series that I'm currently playing through, they're very old with dated visuals and animations even for their time, but the mechanics and level design on the other hand are timeless. Set in a Steampunk setting, you play as Garrett, master thief robbing rich nobles in his city in order to pay his rent or gain favors from other thieves and fences. Thief Gold (Also known as Thief the Dark Project) has some sinister survival horror tones in it as well, Thief 2 The Metal Age still has them to an extent but it focuses more on the steampunky aspects with some very creative levels and Thief 3 Deadly Shadows has a hub style world where you can associate yourselves with one of the two major factions of the setting. Thief 2014 is a weaker title so you can skip that one and get the 3 original games in the package. And that's the games I can think of off the top of my head, there are many more great games out there but I wanted to feature different types of games instead of saturating it with mostly RPGs or mostly Shooters. Let me know in the replies what are your personal Steam Summer Sale recommendations. Also I've been absent from Serenes Forest for years, when I was active I was posting about the latest Fire Emblem games or reviews of games I recently played, so I'd like to say it's good to be back, Three Houses is my new favorite in the series and Dimitri is best boi, I don't know if I'm gonna be very active on the forums but these days with the current global crisis going on I'm mostly staying home and playing games and I thought I might recommend some of these games to you as well.
  2. SOURCE: http://nintendoeverything.com/nintendo-q1-financial-results-fy32018-switch-at-4-7-million-shipped-total/ So during Nintendo's financial report, they highlighted some figures for the Switch and 3DS. Interestingly enough, they decided to mention the following: "For Nintendo 3DS, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia was released in Japan in April and overseas in May and has been a popular title." Could this be an indication that Shadows of Valentia sold much better than previously expected, or is this just Nintendo PR speak for the 3DS? Perhaps IS will be willing to remake other games in the series if this game was considered "popular" by Nintendo.
  3. I just checked the Nintendo eShop today in my Nintendo 3DS system. I saw that Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia was marked under in the Best Sellers Category in North America. It definitely looks like we could get more Echoes titles (or remakes) happening in the future. I didn't see anyone posted it to mentioned about it.
  4. I just want to know how the overall sales. I know the reviews were mix to mostly good but what about the sales. Nintendo usually like to brag about sales with their titles last year fate sold like 400k and Nintendo brag about that. Echoes not so much. So does anyone know the sales numbers yet.
  5. Hey there! For those that don't know, Fire emblem Echoes topped the last week Charts in Video Game related Software Sales, with over 131,000 Sales (Bear in mind this only takes into account Physical Sales, not digital) Source: http://gematsu.com/2017/04/media-create-sales-41717-42317 What are your thoughts? Well I Personally think is a very strong week 1. People have the fates "Week 1 Sales of over 300k", but remember that there was Conquest and Birthright, giving an average of 150k per game, now that there is only one, the fall isn't quite that big. And besides, Digital accounts for a big portion of the sales, Data that unfortunately, we don't have. But I suspect that the digital sales will at least allowed the game to hit 150k on its first week. (Low estimate). I Suspect that the game will be hitting around 230k (In Physical Sales) by the end of week 2, hopefully this number is trumped, but i believe it to be somewhat close to what is going to be. Since it hasn't even released outside of japan, on the two biggest markets in the world (European Union and America), I'm thinking that the game will sell pretty well. (Not Fates or Awakening, mind you). Is another remake an impossibility? Your thoughts!
  6. I don't know how many people have Atlus Faithful on their email list but: Persona Q is going on eShop for $20 off--and supposedly this is for retailer as well. It's down to $29.99. The Faithful email doesn't give dates other than "for this week and the next," but the sales are on Nintendo eShop offers page of the website. Notable mentions are Ace Attorney Trilogy for about $7 off ($22.49 after sale) and Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies for almost half off ($16.79 after sale). I already have Persona Q and Dual Destinies but though I should let people know. I'm going to wait and see if Trilogy will go for a bit lower in the future. Still got a lot of games to finish....
  7. Source: http://blog.us.playstation.com/2014/03/03/ps4-hits-6-million-ushers-in-new-era-of-social-gameplay/ http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/library/historical_data/pdf/consolidated_sales_e1312.pdf So yeah, this says a lot about how successful the ps4 is (and how much of a failure the Wii U is). Keep in mind that the 5.8 Mi. Wii U are shipped to stores, while the 6 Mi. PS4 are sold to consumers.
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