Here's the deal. I'm going to give out clues for a game in the GameTZ database. First one to guess it correctly gets two weeks of subtime from me, then I'll pick a new game and do it again until I decide to stop.
Rules: 1 - You must post your guess in this thread. PMs do not count. 2 - No deleting or editing posts. 3 - If you're wrong, you must wait until the next clue is given to make another guess. 4 - You can win as many times as you want (as long as you keep guessing correctly).
All clues will be added to this top post so they don't get lost.
This time around, the first clue will be what happens when autocorrect doesn't like the title I type. So all of these games will have at least one word that isn't in my tablet is dictionary replaced with one that is. For example: when I try to type Panzer Dragoon, it usually comes out Pander Dragon. That's too dang easy, though, so that is not going to be one of the answers. So here we go!
CURRENT GAME: CLUE #1 (Autocorrect): Falcon vs Who 2 So
CLUE #1 (Autocorrect): Stalingrad 2 CLUE #2: Based on the box, it looks like it was joint published by Square Enix and Ubisoft ANSWER: Drakengard 2
CLUE #1: Ish Taskbar Linesman CLUE #2: Published by Nintendo ANSWER: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan!
CLUE #1 (Autocorrect): Load CLUE #2: This is definitely a nineties game. CLUE #3: It's a block dropping puzzle game ANSWER: Klax
PREVIOUS QUIZ ANSWERS
CLUE #1 (Cover Art): I got two belts, but no pants to use them with. CLUE #2: It's an Aksys game. CLUE #3: It is on the DS ANSWER: From the Abyss
CLUE #1: this game has a hug button. ANSWER: A Boy and his Blob
CLUE #1: This criminally underrated platformer didn't sell very well, so we'll likely never see a sequel. CLUE #2: This game is less than ten years old. ANSWER: Puppeteer
CLUE #1: This arcade game, which had a NES port, took over 20 years to get an official sequel. (The arcade version is not in the database, but the NES version is) CLUE #2: The game is set in Japan ANSWER: The Legend of Kage
CLUE #1: This 1992 RPG has had three separate remakes across multiple consoles and portables. ANSWER: Lunar: The Silver Star
CLUE #1: The first game featuring a certain blue spiky mascot character ANSWER: Rad Mobile
CLUE #1: This 3DS game that regularly sells for over $50 on the secondary market (US version anyway) is known by different names in Japan, the US, and in Europe. CLUE #2: This game was published by Nintendo in all three regions, not by a third party. CLUE #3: It supports Spotpass, Streetpass, Amiibo, AR Cards, and even QR codes! ANSWER: Style Savvy: Fashion Forward
CLUE #1: Through the magic of DLC, you can play as Vaus in this remake of a classic action game ANSWER: Elevator Action Returns
Never heard of that one before, so I checked the listing, and everyone is pictured from the waist up. So are we just assuming that they aren't wearing pants because that's how we're all doing Zoom meetings?
I finally found out what Lunar was talking about... So i looked up physical copies on ebay and apparently the image on GameTZ is not the final cover. The one on Wikipedia is correct. So I'll fix it after it gets guessed.