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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Which Guide Makes The Most Sense?
« on: February 11, 2019, 04:11:21 AM »
Yeah. In that case, Mojo Jojo does make sense as he stays in character.
Edd is just random... If he is able to concoct a fortress, he is capable of more.


It wasn't really much of a fortress, it was built out of wood and cardboard lol
Even scrap metal would've been a better option as it would've been more sturdy, although heavier to carry around.

one begs the question why Edd didn't just use Goat's junkyard to build the walls.
But I guess the Cul De Sac kids didn't have the strength to carry that much metal around nor had the time. And without Ed, Rolf or Kevin they wouldn't have had the manpower necessary to do it.

The Powerpuff Girls were busy helping KND and the player characters
Dexter probably would've been able to help if Dee Dee wasn't such a distraction.

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Fusionfall Legacy vs Retro question
« on: February 09, 2019, 10:25:07 AM »
I would say that choosing which one is better is rude and disrespectful to both teams, BUT Legacy is improving a lot of issues from Retro in addition to loads of new content. If those fixes are genuinely good, I vote Legacy. And they probably will be, considering the team they have.


The people need to remember is even if Fusionfall Legacy ends up with vastly more content, it's still the same game at the core, the story will be the same, minus the additional characters. The final objective of the game will also be the same, defeat Lord Fuse and save the CN Universe.

It's also going to have finite content still, what happens after a lot of people beat that game? will they want to start from the beginning with new characters?

anyway I agree with your first sentence, putting one version of the game down would be disrespectful of the work the dev teams have put into each version, and Fusionfall Retro with its promised bug fixes is superior even to the OG Fusionfall from 2009, same game, but this time less problems and it runs in its own separate client instead of requiring the Unity web player extension inside a web browser, eliminating all the fuss with incompatibility with web browsers.

it's kind of like comparing Game Freak and Pokemon Company original Pokemon games to the remakes, no matter the content or the graphics, nostalgia will be a factor in why some prefer or still want to play the older versions, people like to see the differences, possibly for purposes of learning or commentary on Youtube.

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Fusionfall Legacy vs Retro question
« on: February 09, 2019, 04:23:17 AM »
I have a quick question to ask everyone, I don't know what kind of progress is taking place in the development of Fusionfall Legacy, other than the odd screenshots posted on the Twitter page, showing that Legacy will have vastly updated graphics compared to the original

but which is going to be better out of Legacy and Retro overall? can this question be answered now?

I've made suggestions on what side quest I think could be added to Fusionfall Legacy
and I'd love to see people make corrections or add suggestions to improve my suggestion, or make a constructive criticism on why it shouldn't be done if they disagree.

My suggestion was based on an old CN TV series called 2 Stupid Dogs.
but also combining it with an old childrens fable about the boy who cried wolf.

and I'm sure there are plenty of other mission suggestions similar to my own with regards to Fusionfall Legacy, people want more missions than the original had. It is based on an MMO after all.

https://www.forums.fusionfalluniverse.com/index.php?topic=13489.msg259720#msg259720

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Windows 7 or Windows 10?
« on: February 08, 2019, 12:19:38 AM »
Windows 10 plays the game perfectly for me. Also if by chance you should have any problems with the game you can always run it in Windows 7 Compatibility Mode. Have fun and good luck.

Which isn't going to happen, if most people who play the game are running the game just fine on Windows 10 on their PC's, then it's highly unlikely that "compatibility mode" will resolve the problem for the remainder of Win 10 users.

I've got 2 PC's (laptop and desktop) with Windows 10 that run this game without hassle most of the time
and I'm pretty sure the occasional network error had nothing to do with OS incompatibility.

I go with the latest OS so long as it works for most of the applications I use
If Windows 10 had been causing me too many problems, then there would be a reason to go back to 7.
But as another person stated, Windows 7 is outdated and I'll add the statement that it will most likely cease receiving updates in the near future, just as XP already did in 2014.

I see no reason to use old OS's unless you've got vintage games in your collection that simply will not work with Windows 10. But from my experience with PC games on G.O.G and Fusionfall, that isn't the case.


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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Which Guide Makes The Most Sense?
« on: February 06, 2019, 08:04:47 PM »
Edd is after the Crazy Brain Candy, which can make hundreds of kids into Fuseīs slaves. Other than that tho Edd is just a troll guide, with most of the people you get assigned with (like Bloo) barely caring for the Crazy Brain Candy only after you do like 5 tasks for them. Its funny, hilarious, and has alot of references and funny lines.

Mojo is actually my favorite in terms of story. I love how you help him try to take over the world just as Fuse is trying to do, and everyone in the world doubts you and Mojo. It was only after Mandy came in and helped you fool his plan (despite the fact she also wants to make an army of her own).

Dexter and Ben are practically the only 2 after Fuse. Dexter for making heroes disappear, and Ben for research to take down Planet Fuse. They have cool plotlines too, but imo not as fun as the other 2.

I'd use Mojo as a guide on one of my 4 characters, it's just a game. But I'm not going to deny the fact that helping him goes against the ultimate goal of the protagonist characters such as Dexter and Ben 10, or even non guide characters such as  KND, Bloo from FHFIF or Powerpuff Girls.

Where Mojo Jojo is concerned, I see that part of Fusionfall Retro as the "dark story".
although it still fits within the concepts of Role Playing Games.


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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Which Guide Makes The Most Sense?
« on: February 06, 2019, 11:12:38 AM »
Ben & Dexter make the most sense. Edd is just troll level as a guide.


Mojo makes the least sense, since all he wants to do is become a global dictator, which basically defeats the purpose of defeating Fuse, you're replacing one villainous hierarchy with another.

At least Edd has innocence of a child as his excuse for making you do pointless tasks which contribute very little to the cause against the Fusion invasion besides the gear, but I suppose it adds comedy to the whole game. Cartoon Network characters were constantly breaking the forth wall in terms of story anyway.
You didnít expect Mojo Jojo to NOT use a worldwide conflict as an excuse to up his power, did you?


No, but that's beside the point. While it's true that Cartoon Network storylines aren't exactly known for being the most logical and they break the fourth wall, like Looney Tunes do.

The thing is when you have him as a guide to go against an alien invasion, the characters you play as were taking a pretty big risk, one being betrayal. We do it because the game is about fun.

But if this were real life, I doubt the situation would be the same and you better believe Mojo Jojo would be the last person I'd want to work for.

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Which Guide Makes The Most Sense?
« on: February 06, 2019, 05:37:20 AM »
Ben & Dexter make the most sense. Edd is just troll level as a guide.


Mojo makes the least sense, since all he wants to do is become a global dictator, which basically defeats the purpose of defeating Fuse, you're replacing one villainous hierarchy with another.

At least Edd has innocence of a child as his excuse for making you do pointless tasks which contribute very little to the cause against the Fusion invasion besides the gear, but I suppose it adds comedy to the whole game. Cartoon Network characters were constantly breaking the fourth wall in terms of story anyway.

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: The most satisfying things in FusionFall
« on: February 06, 2019, 05:24:33 AM »
Obtaining gear that puts mobs down before they get a chance to kill you.

I can't stand being under leveled, which is weird, because in the original game I didn't get to level 36. Although many did. I was half way there though at the time and made it to Mt Blackhead, the fabled favourite hang out spot for some.

My favourite was Peach Creek Commons though
because I like the Cul De Sac from Ed Edd n Eddy.

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Off Topic / Re: A small thought about Retro costume
« on: February 06, 2019, 05:15:32 AM »
I don't know if anyone can relate or I'm the only one, but despite being targeted for kids, Fusionfall really has many costumes with great, creative designs. To be honest, I sometimes really hope those are real so I can wear them. But at the same time, I get a feeling that people would consider them 'childish' so I'm not sure if they're that cool or it's just me :-\


Some of the costumes worn in the game are similar to what you would see on superhero action movies, and superhero franchises sell and is still a big business. There's also a thing called cosplay, is that childish? I'm not patronising, just pointing out the obvious.

And people like to go to Halloween parties every October.


Point being, it's not what people wear that is the problem, it's how they behave.

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Best Windows 10 Laptop for Retro?
« on: February 06, 2019, 04:57:11 AM »
Since you're in the market for a new windows ten laptop, let me give you some pointers: The good news is that FusionFall is a relatively old game so any laptop will do per se, however, don't let that stop you from limiting your options. The answer is well it depends on what your routine looks like and what else you'll be doing with your laptop. Any ultrabook will suffice, I would suggest Dell XPS 13, or Dell XPS 15, ASUS Zenbook or Microsofts Surface. Great processors, great screens, lightweight and good display specs. On the other spectrum if you are looking to use it just for FusionFall as a desktop replacement and you're not planning to carry it on you every day. I'd suggest investing in a gaming laptop. Acer Nitro 5, MSI, and Razers are top picks. Good video cards and great processors for a desktop replacement and decent enough to carry around when the need arises, this opens up your options to play many other games. :) Hope this helps. Any old model / cheap windows laptop will work as well.

The problem with the Acer Nitro 5 computer is it's nearly 800USD on Amazon.

Don't get me wrong, it's a wonderfully priced machine for its specifications, but don't forget not everyone has that kind of money to spend and this may be too much for a person who only intends to play games as old as FFR.

the Acer laptop from Amazon I suggested is almost 200$ cheaper.
In a perfect world I'd love for everyone to have the top specs, especially those on the laptops worth more than 2 grand, so they wouldn't have to upgrade for a substantial amount of time, but simple economics gets in the way of this, always has, always will.

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Best Windows 10 Laptop for Retro?
« on: February 06, 2019, 04:39:41 AM »
As others suggested, any recently made hardware with Windows 10 such as the PC's you purchase from your local electronics store should be sufficient, just make sure it's using x86 and not ARM hardware like the Raspberry Pi's, which don't even meet the minimum system requirements.

 I'll post an Amazon link for a laptop with similar specs to mine for you to help, but I can make another suggestion other than someone else suggesting a Microsoft Surface machine.

Try an Intel NUC and connect it to your TV, which would be cheaper if you're buying an old model
Yes they use integrated GPU's, but they should still be plenty powerful for Fusionfall Retro since it was an online game released in 2009.

You could use a wireless keyboard/mouse track pad, or an Xbox One controller with the Intel NUC and you'd be good to go. This is of course if you don't care about portable gaming, but this option would be cheaper. If all you're intending to do is use it for old games like Fusionfall, as well as web browsing, listening to music etc, then this is right for you IMO.


https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Aspire17-3-i5-7200U-802-11ac-Bluetooth/dp/B01N9YH4WE?keywords=940mx+laptop&qid=1540838404&sr=8-9&ref=sr_1_9#customerReviews

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Love this game!
« on: January 31, 2019, 07:17:57 AM »
It is a great game ;D

it even has a corresponding manga story too if I recall.

Cartoon network characters given their own multiverse and an imaginary life story to tell.

Still not sure why someone like Aku would lose to someone like Lord Fuse though, in the cartoon Aku was very powerful. Sure he lost to the elementals, but they were deities with divine power, so obviously Aku would have a difficult time trying to harm them. Aku died in season 5, but only because of Jack's divine katana destroying him.

is Lord Fuse an immortal in the sense of being indestructible to non magic? if he could be defeated at the end of the story and actually died, from being attacked by weapons made by Dexter and his allies, then no.

I'm currently watching Samurai Jack for the first time right now. I'm about to just watch season five. So much for spoilers.

Yeah, it's a mystery why Aku has been somewhat defeated by Fuse. Aku fought THREE LITERAL GODs and survived. I think he's gone because the Samurai Jack fans would wonder why as well.


Sorry. :) when a 5th season of a TV series has been out for almost a full year, spoilers are kinda inevitable on forums.

and yea we can all agree that Aku was nearly invincible in the TV show, and seemingly could only be harmed or killed by divine power. Then again, if Lord Fuse had knowledge of this he probably would've used that to defeat Aku.

There was a divine "evil" Egyptian god in the TV series of Samurai Jack called Set. I don't know the FF manga story, but if my suspicions are correct, Set or someone similar to him could've been used to defeat Aku in Fusionfall universe. Set like Ra, Rama and Odin, or the goddess of water and her elementals, was a god.


Aku was a demon spawned from the remains of the black mass, not a divine being.
if Lord Fuse summoned Set and gained his powers in exchange for agreeing to cause disorder and chaos, then that would explain why Aku got owned, simply being evil isn't enough to get another villain on your side, they have to have a use for you.

Demongo survived, but he no doubt hates Aku for betraying him and Lord Fuse,
and after using his powers of necromancy to resurrect himself, helped the heroes of Fusionfall defeat Lord Fuse.

Sorry for the nerd moment. :) I just like CN mythos so much, I grew up on them. ^^

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Off Topic / Re: when?
« on: January 30, 2019, 08:08:05 PM »
For all the trouble that IZ races seem to be giving them, I reckon Retro's gonna stay in beta way into the summer. Just my opinion though, take it with a grain of salt.


in FF Legacy they could make raid missions a sort of race, if raid missions do get added.
a race to a powerful fusion boss fight, after the 2 teams (my suggestion) in separate chambers of the buildings make their way to the final chamber with the fusion boss. First team to kill the boss, wins the match.

The raid fusion bosses should be a more powerful variant of ones from story mode
Fusion Wilt, Fusion Demongo, Fusion Blossom etc.

Raid missions are picked up from 1 of the 4 guides
called KND Classified Mission.

All your teams equipment stats matches the opposing team
so no team has an unfair advantage over the other while in PVP.

Anyone like my suggestions? :)
This is not gta online stick to the fusionfall concept


I hope this is a joke, because I wasn't implying the game be made like "GTA Online"
I don't even know what kind of missions GTA Online has, I'm not into them.

but Fusionfall Legacy having raid missions would be welcomed by some and I'm not the only one.
If you don't like raid missions, then that's your prerogative, but you don't speak for everyone. One of the things missing from Fusionfall was raid missions, or even coop boss fights with a difficulty increase accordingly

Last I remember from OG Fusionfall, fusion bosses could only be fought in solo,
but buddies could assist you in regular mobbing and do races with you.

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FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: Love this game!
« on: January 30, 2019, 07:57:14 PM »
It is a great game ;D

it even has a corresponding manga story too if I recall.

Cartoon network characters given their own multiverse and an imaginary life story to tell.

Still not sure why someone like Aku would lose to someone like Lord Fuse though, in the cartoon Aku was very powerful. Sure he lost to the elementals, but they were deities with divine power, so obviously Aku would have a difficult time trying to harm them. Aku died in season 5, but only because of Jack's divine katana destroying him.

is Lord Fuse an immortal in the sense of being indestructible to non magic? if he could be defeated at the end of the story and actually died, from being attacked by weapons made by Dexter and his allies, then no.

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What i REALLY want is to have them on the croc pots, but that'd kinda break the game and make the guide items not so useful
yeah not only would it make the guide items useless but also to be honest i think that combining the guide items is kinda too OP.

No, not really. Guide items have exactly the same stats as any other ultra rare at its level. The Samurai Sword from Dexter and the level 36 UR Infinity Cutlass both have stats of 681.

For many people's interest, it would be nice to have a droppable level 36 Ultra Rare shattergun and pistol. Otherwise, we would have to change guides. The Fusebreaker Hurricane is considered the 'most valued' item in the game because you have to do a minimum of ~35 hours to obtain it; you have to go from level 1 to 36 and submit the final mission.

Propositions:
1. Make the level 36 weapons and armor capable of being croc potted; HOWEVER, you have to charge a minimum of 100,000 taros.
2. OR make the devs drop level 36 ultra rare shattergun and pistols. At least one will be sufficient.

I'm trying to croc pot every item from UR to Uncommon with at least level 36 rare stats. For the most valuable items such as the yellow Leviathan, I'd like to give it max stats.


Or make it so the croc pot guide item combinations with level 36 max stats had a cool down and can only be done once per 48 hours, in addition to the 100,000 taros cost.

This would make taros more useful to the game and also make it harder to acquire your ideal equipment with maximum stats, as you'd have to think carefully what exactly you wanted to combine.

I think the 48 hour cool down seems to be too much. It could be once every hour.
I do agree that making it 100,000 each would make taros much more useful in the game.
There are many people who croc pot their items.


It is nice to be able to croc pot gear, sure, but it has to be balanced.

I haven't experienced this issue yet as I'm not on max level
but for those who are at level 36 I think they should be allowed to croc pot any item, but with some penalties involved, high taros cost being one.

I'm not at level 36 yet, and because I've not been very active on the game, like some others who are putting multiple hundreds of hours in, I'm only at level 7, but soon to be 8. I'm just grateful that we are able to access the past areas of the game now. There was a time last year where I had almost given up hoping the game would ever be finished, then it happened around September 2018 I believe, the past came out in FFR.

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