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You’re tearing me APART!
Excellent piece, Tracey. Eve has definitely been one of those experiences I wish I had the time and patience for, but ultimately never will. Thankfully, I’m more than happy experiencing it vicariously through articles like this. Well done.
Sure, but in a sub there’s a person whose sole purpose is to code and decode morse. Trying to captain a sub, attack enemies, tap out and decode morse is more than anyone on a sub likely ever did. Not to mention morse operators would have already been proficient in the code.
It’s an interesting gimmick, I’ll agree with that. But it’s far from functional, given the context.
In your defense, games that did have a gyroscope (WarioWare Twisted, Yoshi Topsy-Turvy) used the same extended cartridge design. Easy mistake to make.
Granted, this isn’t a question of man/woman, but of male/female. So, Discorde’s thinking is correct.
You know when the Elite Four is within reach, more reports will come out, and then it’ll be hectic again.
Mechanically, yes, but an important factor in this actually working, as the creator mentioned, is Pokemon’s forgiving nature. Losing in Pokemon is more of a setback than a loss. Losing in Fire Emblem can be very detrimental to progressing and succeeding.
Hopefully this will bring some life back to the online play. It’s impossible to find a match anymore.
Drill Dozer doesn’t have gyroscopic fuctionality. It has a rumble feature which is completely unnecessary.
Morse code? Seriously??? That’s worse than normal text chat!