So I was trying out the CBT2 for the new game from Cherry Credits, a cute chibi-form 3rd person shooter called ‘Avatar Star’, and had a problem which prompted me to check the Technical Issue forum of the game.
I’m a sad panda now. I never really explored all of its content (I didn’t do Colosseum or PVP at all) but I did set my parties to do quests on a pretty regular basis for a while back (because my work got too busy).
Ah well, the end date is on 28th June 2013 midnight, Japan time, so I can still play this for around 2 months or so.
Just so sad to see another game I play end service.
A new Collection Title! Title Collection Book has a new look! A dedicated section in Achievements windows! So much love for us title collectors this patch! <3 Needless to say this is my favorite part of the Kali patch. <3
(… okay, one of my few favorite parts. There are other things I like to, like the updates to Guardian Force…. But that’s not the focus now!)
0 CommentsA Post published on 8 April 2013, 1:11 am by Seluna.
I’m really undecided about dedicating time and efforts into a Kali character. Not that it’s a bad class, I personally really like Dark Summoner… but my poor Majesty just got to level 50 (yes I’m that much of a slowpoke) and I still have so much to do with her (like raids, PVP or ladder…)
0 CommentsA Note published on 8 April 2013, 12:21 am by Seluna.
Just because I can doesn’t mean I should. My 2nd experience of trying to play DN with the Playstation Dualshock 3 controller is very interesting, but I’ll stick with keyboard and mouse.
The movement is better than during my 1st experience, probably due to different driver/software used. Still, the dungeon run is as disastrous as before. Maybe I need more practice. But I think I’ll drown in my own frustrations first.
Camera rotation is one speed only, so that’s problem number 1. The amount of skills slots means combination keys have to be used (for example L1 + Square button) so trying to fire off the right skill while moving out of harm’s way is problem number 2.
Good thing I’m use a Majesty. My sister was telling me how it would be quite complicated trying to get it working with an Acrobat.
Point of the experiment was, I could get it to work. But I wouldn’t play DN with a controller unless I am able to get round the above problems.
For those interested, this is the method that I used to get PS3 controller working with my computer (yes it is primarily for emulators, shhh). I tried Motion In Joy before but the uninstalling part gave me headaches.
0 CommentsA Post published on 19 March 2013, 2:15 am by Seluna.
I saw some comments about having 100% completion for the collection titles but they are not appearing. The possible solution, according to some replies, is to try change character or relog, and the titles will appear. Hope that helps.
PS. I saw somewhere that the Korean DN server is going to get more collection titles! How exciting!
0 CommentsA Post published on 13 February 2013, 7:43 pm by Seluna.
It’s really late now but I’m waiting for my poor HTC Flyer’s battery to get a bit more power in it before I go to bed, so I decided to clear some of the comments backlog while I wait. USB charging is slow, and my poor netbook is probably gonna have to remain on for the whole night.
I noticed a few comments after the big patch on 15 Jan saying that the Abyss related quests disappeared, so I did a bit of googling and checked the forums. Turns out, the quests didn’t disappear. They were hidden. The option at Quest window saying “Hide Quest Marker” now hides the quest starting option for the lower level quests as well, instead of just the marker in mini-map.
So people who cannot find your Spread of the Abyss or other Abyss quests, you know what to do now.
PS. Staring at the battery meter saying 0% is scary. It’s 3% now, woohoo! But I still don’t dare to switch to using outlet charger yet.
0 CommentsA Post published on 30 January 2013, 2:55 am by Seluna.
After months of long struggles, my guild finally managed to down SDN! Because we are a small casual private guild, we have had many difficulties and frustrated attempts, interrupted by busy exam and work schedules. But we have finally managed to down SDN!
Great work everyone!
0 CommentsA Post published on 22 December 2012, 3:59 am by Seluna.
I’m hopelessly addicted to this game right now, haha. Decided to try it because the pre-order bonus in my copy of Tales of Xillia 2 gives a SR rank Ludger for this game. Considering so many of the Tales social games are unavailable to me, of course I leaped at the chance to play this one.
Tales of the World: Dice Adventure is a web-based social game that’s kinda like monopoly and kinda like snakes & ladders, where you get to collect characters from the many Tales series to form parties and do quests and stuff.
It’s sadly only in Japanese. Luckily my basics are still pretty alright.
The best part about it is:
Collecting Tales characters. <3
You can join or start a quest room and leave it there to auto play for you if you don’t have the time to sit there and toss the dice. No auto using of recovery items though, sadly.
I can play on my smartphone just by accessing the website on it. It has a web interface that is simpler and faster than the desktop’s flash one. But you can’t look at the cute characters doing their short chat skits and battles.
I can start a Quest, then go and do Dice Tower while the quest is in progress. Yay for multi-tasking!
PS. Because TotW: Dice Adventure is linked to the Banafes! Town (my character/avatar is the Banafest! Town avatar), I also started playing that. *facepalms*
0 CommentsA Post published on 9 November 2012, 3:19 am by Seluna.