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Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 2:31 am
by gradualmeltdown
The World Ends With You : NDS : Squaresoft


This game is fantastic. A perfect portable RPG as it can be fun to grind a few battles, level up and put down until next time.

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 10:02 am
by Haruspex
Chrono Trigger and The World Ends With You. After i finish them i will start to playing Tales Of Destiny II (Eternia in Japan) for the Ps1.

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 10:06 pm
by glynnahab
I'm in the middle of a replay of FF7.

I loved this game back in the day, but I never noticed how flawed this game was when I first played it. The "mini-games" are especially annoying. There was one part on the glacier (after the snowboarding part - which was about 3 minutes too long on its own) where I had to jump across this series of ice platforms using a certain pattern. Every time I failed (which was frequent), I had to start over again. After about fifteen tries (!!!!!!!!!!!!!), I finally got through and thought I was on my way to the next part. Instead, I found a dead end with a treaure chest. For all my troubles, I was awarded a goddamned accessory that protects against instant death.

Also, I understand that the summons were basically a chance to flex the graphical muscles of the PS1 back in '97. But watching a four minute summon is like being in purgatory. Sometimes I get so bored that I start counting polygons.

I'm still gonna finish it, but I had to get that off my chest.

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 11:22 pm
by RyaNtheSlayA
right now im playing Oblivion on my PS3, Shadowrun on the Gene setup, PDS on the saturn, Zelda on N64, Fable on PC, and nothing on dreamcast.

Posted: Thu May 01, 2008 5:35 am
by arion
glynnahab wrote:I'm in the middle of a replay of FF7.

I loved this game back in the day, but I never noticed how flawed this game was when I first played it. The "mini-games" are especially annoying. There was one part on the glacier (after the snowboarding part - which was about 3 minutes too long on its own) where I had to jump across this series of ice platforms using a certain pattern. Every time I failed (which was frequent), I had to start over again. After about fifteen tries (!!!!!!!!!!!!!), I finally got through and thought I was on my way to the next part. Instead, I found a dead end with a treaure chest. For all my troubles, I was awarded a goddamned accessory that protects against instant death.

Also, I understand that the summons were basically a chance to flex the graphical muscles of the PS1 back in '97. But watching a four minute summon is like being in purgatory. Sometimes I get so bored that I start counting polygons.

I'm still gonna finish it, but I had to get that off my chest.


yeah the summon animations are way to long..why oh why isnt it possible to skip them

Posted: Fri May 02, 2008 9:20 pm
by bawitback
Sakura Taisen for Saturn

Posted: Sat May 03, 2008 2:05 am
by Mr. Stripe
Haha, I remember in Final Fantasy 7 using the 6 x's mana attached to bahamut zero (or whatever, it was soo long ago) and having to sit through that summon 6 times. Took forever.

Right now I'm playing Tales of Symphonia, and sorta playing Earthbound...

Posted: Mon May 05, 2008 4:10 pm
by 3style
just finished Shenmue 2 on my dc. Man, what a layback ending was disc 4.

Posted: Sat May 10, 2008 7:37 am
by pompeyparsons
Been playing Fire Emblem for the GBA for weeks now just keep returning every now and again. I just started Exile for the Genesis today. So far so good.

Posted: Sat May 10, 2008 8:25 pm
by xraydash
I'm playing Skies of Arcadia (DC) right now. Got it in January using an amazon gift card that I got for xmas, played for about four hours, and then set it aside after getting distracted by KOTOR. Picked it up again a couple of days ago and I'm really enjoying it. (Not that I didn't before. Star Wars simply trumps all!) It's such a beautiful game. Anyone have an estimate for how long it takes? I tend to do most side quests in games like this. I'm guessing it's pretty lengthy.