Nov 20, 2017 at 11:21 PM
Found a demo of the game on the Wii Shop because I was browsing for some free games to play on my Wii. Played the demo, and I soon later searched it up (on the (internet.)) and found that the game was free.How were you introduced to CS?
So how were you introduced to Cave Story?
I think I first played it in 2008, on some handheld device (my memory is pretty sketchy) that my friend had. I couldn't really get into it, because I was 8 years old, and cave story doesn't hold your hand, or give you any guidelines or advice. Pretty sure I gave up by the first boss fight.How were you introduced to CS?
Not often I hear people call it the "Sue Ending", interesting. And do you ever think you will beat Hell legitimately?Was on a road trip with my family and we spent the night with a cousin, and he was playing it to pass the time, so I sat with him and watched him play through the Labyrinth; I fell in love with the artstyle, music, and gameplay and when I got back home, I hunted it down and played through it
Got the "Bad" ending with Kazuma on my first playthrough, then I got the Sue ending, and I've never been able to get through the Blood-Stained Sanctuary without cheating because I do not have the skill or patience for it
This game is fantastic and I love telling people about it
I call it such because you follow Sue to get it; as for legitimately beating Hell, extremely unlikely - I can get through the first two rooms well enough, but then things get difficult and my health gets eaten aliveNot often I hear people call it the "Sue Ending", interesting. And do you ever think you will beat Hell legitimately?
I'm now imagining Quote and Curly taking a leisurely stroll through Hell and enjoying the sights, arrows and rocks bouncing off their reinforced umbrellasPro-tip: You are allowed to take your time while going through the Sacred Grounds. That could help you get more used to the area before speedrunning like what the Nikumaru falsely tells you to the first time.
High enough to make getting to it difficult and falling off of it fatalNah, it stops at the same position no matter how long you take in Hell, which is why the initial elevation for the island will forever be a mystery.
Itoh exclaims, "An earthquake?!?" Sue: "The island's starting to collapse!"Nah, it stops at the same position no matter how long you take in Hell, which is why the initial elevation for the island will forever be a mystery.
Curly mentioned that negative energy had vanished once you kill Ballos, so...Ballos has been waiting for you all along, ever since that red-eye door at the start point. His influence is everywhere, even if he cannot leave the seal chamber until it's destroyed. Ignoring the game logic angle, perhaps he held out until you defeat him. Or whatever, or whoever is holding the island together held out until you abandon the island.