I actually just now beat him. I didn't use this strat because I don't have the fire shield, instead I used the Malcontent Finger to freak him out a couple times and took him down. I made sure he didn't throw out a single fireball in his third phase.
I've only played the first 2. I got all the endings in the first game but only cleared the second game once. 2 gets a lot of hate, but it's been so long since I played it that I forgot why.
I beat Sekiro, sad cause now I have nothing else to play...
The old lady gave me a hint as to how to get past the snake just like she gave me a hint for the kite. I got the two hearts but I don't know what to do with them yet.
I did the Guardian Ape today and found the headless ape afterwards by complete accident otherwise I would have missed him on my first playthrough. They did at least give you a hint that he existed. It only took me two
tries to kill it. I tried using the whistle the first time like I assume they wanted you to but it didn't really seem to help much. I played really defensively for the first phase and only attacked when he would get stunned during that overhead smash attack. For the second phase I just ran in a circle until there was an opening and punched the normal ape with the charged flame barrel like I did during the other ape boss fight for the first phase. It took huge chunks of his health and set him on fire. I only needed to do it 3 times to kill the normal ape then the kill on the headless one was free. I'm not sure if any nenfrens struggled with this boss or used a different strategy but it worked very well for me. I can't imagine there's an easier way to kill him.
I also found a glitch by accident fighting Owl at the top of the castle. I don't know if anyone else has found this out yet but you can stunlock him in the corner for most of his health. If he backsteps into the door jam on the opposite side to where the idol would be after you kill him, he can be blocked into the corner and you can R1 stunlock him for a ton of health across both phases. If you miss time an R1 he can break out. It's pretty hard to get him in the corner though and probably isn't much use for the second phase. I decided not to use it to kill him and just deflected, counterattacked and deathblowed him normally. I didn't think he was that hard either other than the fact he kept getting his posture back when he was almost dead a bunch of times.
It's ok just play it again with a new build and different weapons oh wait....
It's a secret
dragon you can unlock in Drakengard!
Reached what I assume is the final boss today where you unlock the same secret passage door you did in the prologue to fight the guy who cuts your arm off
Before I walked through the door I remembered that there was an idol I missed in the fountainhead palace area that I saw through the floor when I was treasure carp hunting earlier. I warped idol to idol looking around and swimming where the big fish was trying to figure out how to get to the other half of the fountainhead palace. I finally looked up and saw you could climb up on the roof of the tallest building. There's a lone tree branch over the waterfall that you can grapple to that's not immediately obvious. When I got over there I found the nice old man the nice old woman told me about before. It's mostly pointless but you can feed the big fish you swam past earlier and the old man will give you treasure carp scales.
I finally had just enough scales to buy the very last item from the bucket man in the estate. I got a super secret
item and a special surprise that everyone else probably missed!
I guess I'll be ending the game with 9.5 prayer beads. I figured there's an even 10 total you can get so I must have missed two somewhere. I think I did a pretty good job exploring. I'm also pretty sure I'm going to get the good ending unless I missed something in the dialogue or item descriptions somewhere or wasn't supposed to help the girl.
I'm going to stop blogging about the game now since everyone is probably sick of hearing it by now or already finished the game.
Did you kill the big carp? And did you fight the demon of hate? If not then you're not done...
Uhm it's clearly a dragon! It has wings and flies very fast and it spews fire too!
Yeah I missed two beads as well, turns out there's a secret thing you can do by eavesdropping on some people that unlocks a bunch of stuff. It's missable after a certain point so I'm going to try and get it in NG+
Are you serious? I thought eavesdropping was useless
Never heard of it, but it looks and sounds interesting. Can you recruit cute
girls as party members?
I've completed the ones on the SNES and Wii and I liked it very much. I've also played the Torneko and Chocobo dungeon series and those are good too.
I had this ui for a while but it's really bad and not worth using
What was the item?
Not everyone has finished it, I'm up to the last boss now. Wish me luck everyone!
I'm not sure why, but I had the hardest time fighting the first boss in the fountainhead palace. Her overhead slash always came out a few frames faster than I expected, so it took quite a few tries before I could reliably parry. I think I fought that boss more than any other, apart from the final boss I've yet to kill.
It has been a very enjoyable game though, I have really enjoyed the fast pace combat.
I've had mine since december and I didn't know that was possible either...
Now I really wanna replay Drakengard 1 but I don't have my PS2 games anymore. I did set up Free MCboot on my PS2 a while back but it's been so long since I've messed with that.
If the game came on a DVD, it's possible for you to burn a copy and play it via ESR in FMCB. You can also play it off a flash drive, but the PS2 only has USB 1.0 ports which are painfully slow and certain parts of the game may not load correctly.
Oh yes I've done it before but it was years ago. Just hope the DVD drive on my computer still functions.
nen what's that roguelite 2hu game like?
It's got a few cute
girls including a panda-suit girl and a couple of fox twins.>>31056
You mean Gensou Wanderer? It's Aqua Style so everything looks a bit odd, but it's playable.
Wish I could help, but I haven't played it either. It looks similar to most other J-Roguelikes.
But what's going on here...
It's good I liked it.
I found a cute
freeware shump called Nightmare Trip. It's pretty simple and is easier than touhou.https://www.freem.ne.jp/win/game/18753
I've been emulating old consoles on a raspberry pi. I never had a N64 but a friend did (and for some reason my dentist's office had one too) and I remember playing a bit of super mario 64, I remember wanting to own it ever since I played it but I never did but now I sort of do. The one thing I definitely remember was climbing the stairs and falling down the trap door and getting scared and quitting
Also I've been playing the old tony hawk games
I've finished Drakengard 3!
I'm not sure if it's weirder than the first game but it was definitely a lot funnier! I enjoyed the story and music a lot even though the gameplay was a bit lacking, pretty much like with the first one!
I hope there'll be a remake of this and maybe NIER sometime in the future!
How do I make it fullscreen?
If there's no option for it, maybe try alt+enter.
boring. no yuri route, yawn