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Single-Player RPGs / Re: Lunar 2 Eternal Blue
« on: January 15, 2012, 09:01:00 PM »
lunar rocked. Love both the sega cd versions and the ps1

Single-Player RPGs / Re: My goal starting November: beat 1 RPG a month
« on: November 22, 2011, 01:17:46 PM »
wild arms: overall, i must say this was the best jrpg ive played in a while. Then again, this gen is awful for jrpgs, so maybe thats why. I had to take a skyrim break, but i finished the main quest and some optional stuff in wild arms. Overall a solid 8/10. I would recommend it to almost everyone.

Next up in a weekish will be: suikoden III

Single-Player RPGs / Re: My goal starting November: beat 1 RPG a month
« on: November 02, 2011, 12:52:01 AM »
got about 2 hours of gaming in today, not bad. Had to study mostly for my 1 grad class im taking (slacked off this semester, i know). Tomorrow i take the test, work a small shift, and have some free time this evening.

So far Wild Arms is a blast from the past. Graphics aged pretty well imo, although it does feel blocky at times in battles, but its not really that bad. Really badass intro cutscene.

Single-Player RPGs / My goal starting November: beat 1 RPG a month
« on: October 20, 2011, 12:26:27 AM »
My backlog is massive. I usually only play Starcraft 2 with friends these days, or the occasional civilization game. My rpg log has been piling up for too damn long now, and starting next month i will try to make a dent in it (who knows, maybe ill get to 3 every 2 months or something)

My most recent RPGs finished (that werent replays): Persona 4 and Disgaea 3. Ive now beaten every persona and disgaea released in the USA. Persona 2: Eternal Punishment remains my favorite, but Persona 4 was right there with it.

Starting November 2011: Wild Arms (PSX)
I have never touched this series, despite wanting to for years. I love wild west (with futuristic elements) themes.

Here i go

General Discussions / Re: Troy Davis case
« on: September 21, 2011, 11:07:07 PM »
pathetic day in american history. The fact that this execution was even CONSIDERED is a joke. 7/9 people have taken back their testimony.

I hear the execution has started.

Im ashamed to live in this state for the past 13 years of my life.

man remember when the biggest news stories were things like "what was the best game this year: ocarina of time, metal gear solid, or starcraft?"

I read that article that says "everyone who doesnt like todays games are just too old", and realize its a crock of ****. $20 DLC to unlock something on the DVD, companies playing the "who can screw over the consumer the most without walking the plank". Gaming has become waaaaay to "wall street" for me. If thats me getting too old than fine.

I'm starting to wonder if you guys read the same article I did...

how so?

Some of these points really hit me. But i don't like how they are over simplifying things by saying "if you dont like games now, sorry, you grew up". That's practically admitting that console gaming hasn't changed since the 80s/early 90s, which isn't true at all.

I mean would somebody say "all people who don't like today's music just outgrew music"? No. Not a chance.

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