Because no one else is going to post about Soul Sacrifice DLC
I have completed all the missions in Soul Sacrifice, but the game is not yet over. We're behind the Japanese version by about three releases. Next week, we get the pack called (if I'm reading the Japanese wiki correctly) "Time of Amber", with new bosses Dullahan (above) and Behemoth (a tree), and a high difficulty Jack-o-Lantern that is theoretically more likely to give out those precious, precious ++'s. Personally, I'm not sure it's anything but random, but it will give out medium and large boss spells more easily either way.
And what sort of Sony-themed event would we be if we didn't take a few jabs at the other guys? You can now have a thousand friends, and they have given you enough space for all of them inside a 1980's VCR. They can use cloud processing to render background stuff, so your games will look worse offline, but that's ok because you have to register them online anyway. There's the "option" to charge for used games, because, as we know, nobody is going to go for that. It doesn't work without kinect plugged in and nothing ever goes wrong with that. But hey, it has vibrating triggers. That's something, right? Also I've heard it's smelly and that people who like it are dumb.
My one real criticism of it is the fixed hard drive. Hard drives are one of the few mechanical parts left in computer hardware, and the only one that breaks down more than them is case fans. I've had them go out in my own PCs and once in my PS3. When I worked IT at a university, it wasn't uncommon to send one or two back to manufacturers for replacement when we received a large shipment. If you can't replace the drive and the drive dies, then you're replacing the whole system or sending it to Microsoft to have them do it.
Welcome to the PS3 side of Destructoid's Friday Night Fights! Every Friday, members of the Destructoid community get together online to play games and all you need to join is a user account. Down below, you'll find a list of games that we'll play tonight along with the times they'll start, the people that you should hit up for invites, and any other information that you may need.
If you want to play, leave a comment with the games from the schedule you want to play and your PSN name. You should also send a PSN friend request to the host, including a message to say who you are here on Destructoid so they know you're one of the cool people and not just some random friend request.
If your favorite game isn't on the schedule, host it yourself! You just need to give us the game, start time, and your PSN name so we can put it on the schedule. Last minute additions in the comments here are fine, but games can also be added earlier in the week by visiting the forums and finding the thread with the coming Friday's date. Adding a game there ensures it's on the blog from the moment it goes up.
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About PS FNFone of us since 12:46 AM on 09.05.2011
Welcome to the home of PlayStation Friday Night Fights.
Friday Night Fights is a weekly event where we, community members, cooperate with or murder each other online. There is a forum thread for planning and then a blog post here with the final schedule. Keep an eye out for both them if you want to play some games.
• Keep yourself up to date on the schedule. The list in the forums can change several times throughout the week.
• Leave a message with your PSN name and which games from the schedule you want to play. More people will play if other people are playing, so speak up.
• Send a PSN friend request to the person hosting the game which includes a message with your Dtoid name. If you leave out who you are on the site, they might think you're just a random friend request and ignore you.
• If you want your game listed on the schedule, we need the game, the time, and your PSN ID. We need the specific game, not an abbreviation that applies to more than one; a start time, even if you're playing "all night"; and we need your PSN ID even if you think we know it already.
• Don't worry about hosting the same game or hosting a game at the same time as someone else. Instead, think of it like a movie theater; more than one game can run at the same time.
• Make sure you have at least an hour to play. That's only two or three matches of the average shooter and those go by pretty quick.
• Check the comments, on both the forum post and the cblog when it goes up on Friday, to see if someone has said they'll play. You might have missed their PSN message or your friend list might be full.