Getting better "completes" I suppose counts. I was looking at my trophies in comparison to another persons, and man do they milk their purchases (i.e.; gets at least 50%+ of the trophies). He also seems to do more with his life than I do work-wise. I don't know where I fall in... then I wonder if I should even bother caring? HMM.
Not saving Nanami from her death. I really lost my nerve when I missed only two....TWO of the permanently missable stars. Then again, the requirements to actually save her are pretty...far out. Don't you actually have to equip her with good shit too?? Fuck, if only FF7's Aeris knew that before Sephiroth cut into her like warm butter...
On that note...
Final Fantasy VII
Not beating Emerald and Ruby... without Gameshark. D:
I do blame my youth at the time for just not really being up to the challenge too. I also regret my latest playthrough that's letting KotR do all the work when a boss annoys me...
Radiant Historia/VLR? -- blind plays
Not watching all the "bad" endings. If this game and 999/VLR prove: they can be quite worth it. On that note, for the sake of saving time, I usually reference a guide... a lot of the impact is lost though when you do so, certain games are just way better to play blind. Alice's "game over" ending is fucken frightening, but if you picked the right option you have it explained to you and really loses the kick of the original. I really want to play more games blind.
For thinking they're hilarious looking right off the bat. Which is pretty goddamn ironic if I side more with JRPGs (which can be equally "hilarious" looking for different reasons... For example: Infamous versus Eternal Sonata. I wanna make fun of Cole every minute for being a grunge-punk, Batman-lung-cancer-wannabe with super static powers.... but Eternal Sonata takes place in Anime-Chopin's death dream...and deals with his sister in some time-loop[?] in that dream[?] and _______????_____??). But this argument is old. I've been getting into quite a few lately too.
Star Ocean 3
Despite being one of only 3 people who love the game, I never beat the secret dungeons. I guess after clocking 100 hours and their difficulty still being a problem and the fact one dungeon is called Sphere 221 (I think) and having some ridiculous # of floors.... bah. I moved on, but plan to go back. That game, however, does have some of the meanest dungeons I've played in an RPG.
Kyuusei may hate me, or at the very least frown and grill me for it, but I regret not having played these yet.
I regrret not beating it. I regret selling it a bit too. But given the time I have, the game was just intimidating. I find gigantic overworlds really scary to take on
Zone of the Enders HD
Um, I kinda have remorse for buying it haha. I know there's a good game in there somewhere, but starting it up is a pain in the butt...
I wanna add a "win" to all of these. I'm proud as hell for having a sort-of "perfect run" on VP's Hard Mode. That was swell. :)