PC, Gamecube, and PS2. I stopped caring about new console releases last generation. There's only one or two of them that I'm interested in and can't play on Steam anyway.
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So on my owned games "stack", not only are all of the entries listed out of order (i.e., not alphabetical), but a lot of them are listed under their Japanese titles. Are there any plans to fix this? I would really rather not go through the trouble of manually alphabetizing my games list.
Also, I've also noticed that the list of users I'm following seems to have been combined with what used to be my Tracked games list. Is that intentional?
I don't know where the issue is, but it's either with playfire or Fuse, because I've given both the link to my steam profile, which is public anyway, and neither of them seem to recognize that I've linked to my steam profile. It hasn't worked since I registered over a year ago, so I'm inclined to say the achievement system with regards to steam is just broken and always has been.
I'd be happy to help! If you've already checked Skyrim and Oblivion, I can't advise much in the way of Western RPGs, and I'm fresh out of ideas for modern RPGs too. If you don't mind some older JRPGs, I can think of two:
Radiata Stories for PS2: Funny, easy to pick up and play, lots of content; Very underrated Square game.
Skies of Arcadia Legends for GCN: My favorite game of all time, bar none. Check my user page for an in-depth review.
I'm on the lookout for new games myself, so unfortunately I can't be much more helpful than that. You could check my ratings and reviews for ideas.
OP is absolutely right. One of my reviews for a well-received game that I despise was deleted years ago. I gave good reasons as to why I didn't like it, I didn't break any rules, and yet it got deleted for "trolling". This doesn't really bother me, since I'm used to seeing rabid fanboys throw the word "troll" around without any clue as to what it means. What bothers me is that it was upheld. I went to ask the mods, and the moderator who "answered" my question was unhelpful and (quite frankly) struck me as rather unintelligent, since he apparently wasn't familiar with the concept of figurative language and its use in video game reviews. One user even PM'ed me saying that he supported me completely, and that there was nothing in my review that broke the ToS.
I disagree with the above statement about posting negative reviews being "risky". Humans have a right to their own opinion, and in many countries that right is legally protected. There's no law that says you have to like a game, and deleting every review that doesn't agree with the popular opinion just because some fanboy asks you to is the first step on a slippery slope to quelling free thought.
Am I really the first person to link this?