Friday, January 2, 2015

Random Happy Time, 9 O'Clock! - Easy as Pie!
After discussing difficult video games to beat, Tiger and Rabbit change the subject to talk about games that are too easy to complete. With food references galore, find out which game they think is the easiest game they’ve ever played.


Rabbit: Welcome back Qgers and Qbbits to another Random Happy Time! Since we talked about difficult video games to finish, let’s chat about games that are easy to play. /(=∵=)\

Tiger: Do you have any in mind?

Rabbit: Well, I’ve always felt that the Telltale games are a piece of cake, awesome chocolate cake. While I enjoy them, the most challenging aspect of those games is what choice to make.

Tiger: (^人^) That’s very true; they play more like interactive novels than anything. I always felt that Borderlands was a little too easy. I wish it was harder, especially when you play with other people.

Rabbit: It never felt like there was enough pie to go around for everyone. Someone always got left out.

Tiger: One of the reasons why I played as Lilith in the first game, I could phasewalk ahead of everyone so I had things to kill. If you got there last, usually everything was already gone.

Rabbit: I always loved the LEGO games but they tended to be pretty easy to beat.

Tiger: They’re kids’ games though, so it’s to be expected.

Rabbit: Not entirely true, the Skylander games are designed for kids but it has a nightmare difficulty setting that makes the game pretty hard. I enjoy playing that mode because when you kill enemies, they burst XP, kind of like candy exploding from a piñata.

Tiger: Does everything relate back to food for you? No wait, don’t answer that, I don’t even want to know. I always thought rhythm games were pretty easy to beat. Fun party games but not much substance to them other than that. I also wished The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was harder. It does have a difficulty setting but I felt that it really didn’t force you to play it any differently. That’s what I loved about The Last of Us and its difficulty settings. Want a stealth game? Play it on grounded. Want a run and run shooter? Play it on easy; it makes TLOU feel like two different games.

Rabbit: (⌒▽⌒) Is Skyrim as easy as stealing someone’s sweetroll?

Tiger: Shut up. ~(=^┬ ┬^)

Rabbit: By far the easiest game I can think of is Jurassic: The Hunted. That game was stupid easy. You could run around like crazy and the dinos would just ignore you in some areas. That game was a cakewalk.

Tiger: I still can’t believe you got that game.

Rabbit: It has dinosaurs in it! I love dinosaurs! (\˳˘ ɜ˘)˳ ♬♪♫

Tiger: But it was a terrible game.

Rabbit: A terrible game with dinosaurs!

Tiger: *shakes head*

1 comment:

  1. Games that are too easy, eh? Klonoa 1 and 2 are definitely too easy and the Wii remake of first one made it even easier by adding more hearts to your health meter! The Yakuza series has seen a noticeable decrease in difficulty with each new game. Nintendo's Kirby series is stupidly easy too and always has been.