Hello all, my real name is Jeromy. I'm a video game fan in general, but the way that RPG's make you feel sucked in to an alternate world easily make it my favorite genre (given that the story don't suck.) Aside from that I'm a father and a husband and I work my butt of to take care of my family. I love gaming, but family will always come before anything.

My favorite game... wow, that's a tough one. I'll just list a handful that I really enjoyed in no particular order. Only a handful though, there isn't enough space to list them all.

Disgaea 3 (PS3)
Final Fantasy 5 (SNES, PSX & GBA)
Final Fantasy 7 (PSX)
Dual Orb (SNES)
Breath of Fire 3 (PS & PSP)
Bahamut Lagoon (SNES)
Magic Knight Ray Earth (SNES & SATURN)
Everlong (RM2K3)
Enchanted Arms (PS3 & XBOX 360)
Jade Cocoon (PSX)

Legacy Saga A Tale Of Tw...
Demo for the VX Ace re-make



[Poll] Games not being completed like expected!

@Addit: I do that to, I'll stress over some of the smallest details. For example, my special menu. I'm almost constantly changing the color scheme. I'll get it right where I want it, but then I'll play another game with a different color scheme and think "Hey, my game would look great like that."

Did you like the movie "Man Of Steel" **CONTAINS SPOILERS**

***This is a rather long topic and it WILL contain spoilers***

I think I'm part of the rare group that didn't care to much for the old Superman movies. I thought they were to goofy and over the top. I mean come on, the infamous flying around the world scene. In my oppinion, they were a product of their era. Which I know alot of super hero movies were like that back then. Now, we fast forward to 2013 and we have Man Of Steel. I figured since it was made by the creators of the new Batman movies, it will be good. In my oppinion, for the most part it was.

I do enjoy watching the nostalgia critic, but I didn't agree really with his take on the film. I thought the actors played the parts really well. When Louis Lane first acted all bad ass looking trying to cover her story. The Nostalgia Critic knocked the her for wanting to drop her story after she discovered the true story from Superman himself. I thought it was well written, she felt bad and didn't want him discovered yet. Clearly the emotion on her face would say that. Though I did agree that his adopted dad was a bit of a contradiction. Stating the world would benifit from his gift and blah blah blah, but yelled at Clark when he said he wanted to be more then just a farmer.

I Really enjoyed the futuristic look of Krypton. The part where the simulation of Clarks real father used the ship to explain Kryptons history was really cool. Other then the fight scenes, my favorite part was where the simulation of Clarks dad helped Louis Lane escape the ship, it was genius. Sure it was a bit over the top, but I'm used to that from Zack Snyder.

Lastly, the neck break part. I liked it, a bit dark but I liked it. Alot of people were thrown off by that because they say that's not what Superman would do. 1) He was faced with either letting the people die, or kill Zod. 2) Anyone who knows the early Superman comics knows the he is darker then the modern world knows. 3) It was a much needed change of pace in my opinion. The only thing I didn't like about it was that they didn't play with that much at all. After he kiled Zod, he was clearly bothered by it, but the next scene was him all happy messing with the government.

I may have missed some points about the movie, but this topic is already long enough. Have fun RMN and weigh in your thoughts.

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Procrastinate seems to be the most common issue so far. This topic was inspired by Spongebob Squarepants of all things. There was an episode when Spongebob had to write an essay for driving class, but keep finding everything in the world to do that woulsd halt his work on doing the essay. Like feeding Gary, or calling Patrick. Who said Spongebob is good for nothing lol.

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You know what, I should have added the option.

"Only a one man/woman team."

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Other: Starcraft 2.

Quite a great game. I haven't played it in a while, but still a great game. I've been hooked on Tera Rising, my other RPG Maker achilles heel.


Those sprites so cool, damn good job.

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It's kind of weird. There's times when I got for weeks with doing almost nothing. Then all of a sudden I get this urge to create and I'll hammer out boat loads of progress.

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On a side note, UPRC & Marrend. You both make great games.

Now, For me mostly it's the lack of people playing my game. Sure, all of you guys are awesome and I really love the feeback, but I have one real life friend playing it (kind of) and that hinders it for me. I really want to work on it, I love RPGs playing and making them. Though when nobody seems to want to play, it's like what's the point. It's really a mix of most of those options, but mostly the real life friend issue.

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I know for me and I'm sure it applies to most of you guys. When we get these great ideas for this wonderful game we want to make and you start up the project only to be haulted part of the way through by an unexpected (or maybe not) problem that stops the games production. Hell, I've been working on "Legacy Saga" the RM2K3 version, since around 2007. So in a nut shell, I'm just curious what your typical reasons are for stopping your project, or atleast put it on a seemingly forever hold.

[2K3] Please help with an annoying issue with object skills in RM2K3

Hi, I asked this question a while back and I think the answer was "No." Sorry :-/
What a shame, this is really an annoying bug, I hope someone can fix this issue.

Thanks for the reply ;)

I know I hated that as well when I was using RM2K3. I tried a google search for you and came up with nothing, but hey. Atleast it's not game breaking.