Ah, that's a shame. I've beaten a lot of games recently while trying to get through my backlog. Things like Bioshock and Metal Gear Rising Revengeance, and some weirder things like Disney's Hercules on PS1.
I tried my hardest to go through every last mission before they expired, but once I got to Alcamoth, I kind of just stopped doing them. There were just waaaaaaaaaay too many to do. And I missed out on the red pollen quest chain, which is supposed to be a pretty interesting line of quests. I might end up doing another run this year.
Yeah, that was the main reason for wanting to change my account. I'll probably just keep using this one though.
Sorry for not responding again. I kind of super died (let's hope that doesn't happen again for a long time).
And I KNOW RIGHT? Xenoblade Chronicles is just such an incredible game. I beat it a couple of months ago with like 130 hours put in to it, and there's still a hell of a lot of sidequests and superbosses left for me to eventually fight.
And I'm tempted to make a new account on here, but not sure if I should.
I've started playing Xenoblade on the first day of 2016, and you weren't kidding about this game. I've become so addicted to completing the side missions, that I wasn't able to progress through the story fast enough. And now I'm on college semester for the Spring.
Because investors have done what their name implies. Invested. They've given money to a business (specifically Nintendo) in order to make more back later. It's like taking out a loan, only the loan tries to control you into doing what it thinks is the best way of making money to pay it back.
These same investors, that were trying to get Nintendo more mobile/casual focused were the ones calling for Iwata to step down as president. So screw them.
Yeah. My main hope is that the new CEO has some background in video games, so that they won't just turn Nintendo into a mobile cashcow kind of company (And while this definitely is a worst case scenario, I could see pressure from investors forcing a "business" minded CEO into doing it).