I think I tried out the second Lufia game in the series and it resembled Zelda II on the NES being that enemies would move at the same time you did when you tried to advance in dungeons. I am not sure. But this time I had started a game on the first entry of the Taito JRPG series on the SNES and so far its pretty pleasant. A bit annoying in some instances but it is quite an adventure worth playing at least once.
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|honestgamer - November 07, 2018 (10:12 PM)
I just recently bought this one again, after owning it and not really playing it the first time around, because I've always wanted to sit down and work my way through it.
|CptRetroBlue - November 08, 2018 (12:39 AM)
It is a good exploration game when going through dungeons and such. I like the fact some contain HP and MP refill spots just before a big confrontation.
|joseph_valencia - November 09, 2018 (08:33 PM)
Lufia's a classic. The second game is even better, because they added Zelda elements to the dungeons. It's sort of a precursor to Wild Arms and its puzzle-based field gameplay.
|CptRetroBlue - November 10, 2018 (05:53 PM)