Post by ObviousDelirium on Oct 10, 2003 22:52:32 GMT -5
Oh no... not Dragon Warrior III. I gave up on that game. Pisses me off. Then after that I started playing Metal Gear Solid for GBC. Then I got a GBA, and then... well, you know, I got GBA games. And I'm addicted to Lunar Legend now.
d**n DW3. I got stuck at that temple where you can change your name(s).
Heh the GBC remake(DW3) was pretty good in my opinion,probably one of the best RPG for GBC though I never was able to finish it cause I lost it...what annoyed me was how the characters you created raised a lot faster then the hero however(my hero was at level 11 when the others were at level 13-14),and in the remake they did give some hint on where to go next. I hate those enemies almost killing you in a shot or just being plain annoying with stat magic in RPG case(stupid Red-Mage doing Doublecast with Spirit magic on me in FFTA,the Red-Mage didn't live long after doing that however,he became my main target).
someone mentioned Zelda:the wind waker earlier but i was just wondering if u guys knew that that isnt Link.Its just a random kid and those clothes just simbolize his coming of age andts why he looks so young.u prolly already knew but hey...
Post by Shiguru Wazzat on Oct 13, 2003 14:16:06 GMT -5
It's almost never the same Link. I don't think the same Link has been in more than two games.
Shigeru Miyamato, creator of the Zelda series said that Link gets reborn whenever his land is in danger, wheich actually makes sense. I have a timeline of the games (which aren't in order of release) in a magazine somewhere, I might post it later if I find it...
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Post by devilmaycare150 on Oct 14, 2003 21:19:13 GMT -5
There's only one thing I really can't stand in games.
I don't know why, but I cannot STAND cowboys in video games. (Or RPs for that matter.) They just drive me insane.
As for DMC's comment, you're right about one thing, a lot of good games do tend to disappear because of the crappy overhyped ones. The example you use, Arc the Lad, is a great game. It has a good story and is fun as hell to play (I honestly don't like Kharg's party very much though ). I'd like to know why you feel .hack// is crap though. It certainly isn't overhyped, as I haven't seen a single add for it, and while it doesn't have the best gameplay, it has a great story, if you get into it. Perhaps I just feel this way because I'm a big Cyberpunk fan and games with a Cyberpunk setting are rare. I'd just like to know why you don't like it.
Some other things I dislike are when the encounter rate for an RPG is way too high. I generally don't like having a LOT of cutscenes, but the ones in Xenosaga kept me entertained for the most part, so I didn't mind those...
..First off, the only person in Kharg's person I grew to even moderatly like, or pay attention too was Paulette; she seemed to have more going on than little Maru who seemed to join for no reason, or for an incredibly shallow one.
Two, I like cyberpunk settings, Galerians for instance, although a flawed game; along with it's sequel were wonderful games that didn't make really make a stand on the PSX or PS2's radar.
Three, I used a terrible choice of words; I've only played through .Hack//Infection, and none of the others; although I will one day with my data (many of my characters are at least Level 51..I was very bored during the summer, let's just say that..) and I was very dissatisfied. Outbreak I hear, is the best to come out, and restores the tarnished localization caused by Mutation (it's above average localization is all I can truly give Infection that's positive really..besides it's okay story..) so I'll give it a try.
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