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@ 2018-02-28 16:01 Advanced Medical Techniques
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From: Advanced Medical Techniques @ 2018-02-28 16:01 UTC (permalink / raw)
the boundaries the game is used to, there's not many rules; one badly timed jump and i'm just dropping off the bottom of the screen for eternity. whoops! persona 5, i had to change the difficulty for one of the final fights because it was literally impossible because i didn't grind enough on the way there. zelda twillight princess. in the city of the sky dungeon. you move over a bridge that gets destroyed and in the room after that you get your second grappling hook, which you absolutely need if you want to cross that now destroyed bridge ever again. little me, went over to that room but then
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