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[RM2K3] How do I make a restoration item have infinite uses?

I can't remember how to do so, please help.

Where did all the rm2k and 2k3 titles go?

I went on the site today, and the vast majority of them aren't there anymore. What's going on?

[RMVX ACE] A lot of the recent projects lack a RVPROJ2 File (.rvproj2), why is this?

First of all, I apologize if this comes off as rude or creepy, it's not my intention. I'm just a bit on edge due to having the worlds biggest black eye right now, am having a hard time focusing my thoughts. And on top of that, my words were formed a lot better last time, but the site ate my topic, and there was a notice of it so I doubt that it was deleted.

Anyways, why is it that most projects put on here lately lack that file? As I tried to say before, I'm someone who will often open the editor if I'm completely stumped on what I need to do to next. And again, placing that file in the games folder doesn't work either.

Is there anything that I can do? Please, help me if you can.

Can't seem to check out the more recent VX Ace Projects, please help[RMVX ACE]

First of all, sorry if this is a pain to read. I have the worlds biggest black eye right now, and it's not so easy to focus.

Ok, so it's like this. I often open projects with the editor when I'm stuck in them, to either check the map to see where I need to go if I'm absolutely stuck in a dungeon, or can't find a certain npc in a game, but I've noticed that I can't with the newer vx ace projects. I've noticed that it's a problem specially with downloads that are in this blue extractor, since they don't seem to have a RVPROJ2 File (.rvproj2) file, and putting one of those in the game's folder and trying to open the project still doesn't let me open it.

Is there anything that I can do, or am I screwed? Please help me if you can.

[RMVX ACE] Where are all the 10+ hour long story fouced turn based VX Ace RPGs?

First of all, this topic is not meant to put down anything that is different from what this topic is about. Please, don't turn this into a a topic where we talk about "how superrpgman hates anything besides this." I just want to talk about something specific here

So I wanted to play a completed project that's serious and turn based, where plot and characterization take place over combat, and I haven't played a lot of VX Ace projects, so searched through all 8 or so pages of completed projects.

The only thing that I could find that fit that criteria sadly was Incitement 2, which is a just plain GREAT game, but I've already went through it. Literally everything else seemed to be either really short, comedic, or a dungeon crawler. Those kinds of games are fine, but it just seems so odd that what I'm looking for doesn't exist.

Are there really no others? If so, why is it that no one has completed anything under the engine like this?

Does anyone know why this is the case?

Looking for some short, easy games to play(Please read intro post.)

Simply put, I'm looking for some short, easy games that happen to give you a quite good experience considering their length.

I'd prefer to keep it to rpgs and action games, but feel free to to suggest anything that's short(IE: A few hours or less) and easy(or at least not something hard).

I don't care how old or new the game is.

It does however need to either be complete, or part of a complete series(that the author is still working on.)

Just please, provide at least some details about what you're suggesting.

Looking for some short, easy games to play(Please read intro post.)

Simply put, I'm looking for some short, easy games that happen to give you a quite good experience considering their length.

I'd prefer to keep it to rpgs and action games, but feel free to to suggest anything that's short and easy(or at least not something hard).

I don't care how old or new the game is.

It does however need to either be complete, or part of a complete series(that the author is still working on.)

Just please, provide at least some details about what you're suggesting.

Looking for some short, easy games to play(Please read intro post.)

Simply put, I'm looking for some short, easy games that happen to give you a quite good experience considering their length.

I'd prefer to keep it to rpgs and action games, but feel free to to suggest anything that's short and easy(or at least not something hard).

I don't care how old or new the game is.

It does however need to either be complete, or part of a complete series(that the author is still working on.)

Just please, provide at least some details about what you're suggesting.

Anyone else set up a system for how they choose what to play?

I set up a system for how I choose to play games here, and I wanted some opinions on it. I was also wondering if anyone has either a system like this, or any system at all for how you do things.

Essentially, I filtered things so I only see completed games, with an average review score of 2 stars or more, and a download available. and I sorted game by the date added in reverse order.

From here, I read through every review and description of the first 8 pages of games, and made a list of the ones that seemed promising.

I listed each game under a category of writing, gameplay, or bizarre, as well as list a logical estimate for how long the game will take on average.

While I'm not perfect at keeping with this system, It's helped keep me a lot more focused, and cut down a lot on me simply looking around trying to decide what to play here

So again, what do you think of the system? Any suggestions for how to improve it? And do you have a system yourself?

Oh, and if anyone would like to see my notepad file, let me know and I'll put the text on pastebin.

Thank you for your time.

Figured out a system for the order of what I will play. Looking for input.

Edit: Oh, and a couple things.

First of all, thanks for being nothing but nice people. I realize that yeah, this is a weird situation.

Second of all, we kinda got a bit off of the topic that I really wanted feedback on. I was looking for feedback on how I've planned the rule of three.


Ok, so it's like this.

I decided a while ago that for the moment I'm going to focus on games that were put on this site in its first year or so.

I already decided how I choose what RPGs to give at least a fair couple hours start, specifically based on skimming reviews of games that have at least a 2.5 rating or higher, to see if it sounded particularly interesting, but I wasn't sure how I'd decide the order in which I would go through them.

I came up with what I think is a good system, but that there's also something that could be improved upon it.

Anyways, the system is like this:

I'm going to only play 3 RPGs at a time. 1 RPG I'll mainly be playing for its writing, and 2 RPGs where I'm mainly playing for the gameplay, or 1 for the gameplay, and 1 with something specifically bizarre in a good way going for it.

So, how does the system sound? I welcome all suggestions.

Thank you for your time.

Oh, and in case you're curious about what projects I'm currently focusing on:

Writing: 2k: O N Y X: 20 Hour RPG, Combat seems unbalanced, but the dialogue is quite entertaining so far.

Gameplay: 2k3: Hero's Realm (15 hr?) FFV type game, Seemed insanely promising, and so far it has delivered where reviews said it would.

Bizarre: 2k3: Final Fantasy Dreams unknown hour(long?) Combo of several FF games. Horrid dialogue, but combat has some of the best visual novelty I've seen in a game.
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