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Single-Player RPGs / Re: Your Favorite RPGs and Why
« on: April 20, 2009, 05:36:12 PM »
Honestly, when i played PE whenever i got into a battle i knew i shot stuff and leveled up lol. I found tinkering and upgrading my weapons,armor and abilities interesting enough to spend hours mixing and matching ammo and guns.

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Single-Player RPGs / Re: Your Favorite RPGs and Why
« on: April 20, 2009, 12:54:32 PM »
Parasite Eve: If Aya Brea was real, I'd kill to see her. Another great game by Squaresoft that I never fully appreciated until a year later after beating it. Also, using actual science to fuel the story drew me into the plot more than ever.

I remember the "scientific" justification in Parasite Eve being utterly laughable and ridiculous.  Well, it wasn't so much the base ideas but the terrible writing used to phrase them.  Parasite Eve II did that aspect a lot better...but of course it was an entirely different type of game.

If you put it that way, then yeah the justification sucks lol. Still it was refreshing a little to think about cells in your body either burning you to death or turning you into a...floating..thing..with..some..thing coming out of your...>.>; btw..horrible design for Eve..

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Single-Player RPGs / Re: Your Favorite RPGs and Why
« on: April 20, 2009, 09:33:15 AM »
I cant really remember all of the rpg's ive played so i'll just name a few that moved me in one way or another..

1. Final Fantasy VII: My first rpg I ever played. Great story, characters and the materia system rocked. The first game I ever skipped school and stayed up all night and day to play.

2. Legend of Mana: My friend let me borrow this for a day and I instantly fell in love. The character design was great and although some of the npc's (well most of them) didnt have that much of a backround, it was enough for you to play through more than once to see what happens.

3. Chrono Cross: Although I played CT, CC to me is a better game. My favorite place is the Tower of Gheddon. You hear about it throughout the game and when you finally get there, its just an overwhelming experience between the story and environment. Also Chrono and crew are there and Miguel who explains everything and makes you feel bad for the events leading up to that point. One of my own personal great moments in gaming.

4. Parasite Eve: If Aya Brea was real, I'd kill to see her. Another great game by Squaresoft that I never fully appreciated until a year later after beating it. Also, using actual science to fuel the story drew me into the plot more than ever.

5. Xenogears: I still play this game today. Fei Fong Wong and his split personality Id make for a great character where anything is possible. Why dont games have these types of characters anymore? T_T

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