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Lots o' killin'
Dark Souls and Risen 2 progress
Chaos is dead, and Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light has come to a close. I have temporarily shelved most of my other projects (Chronicles of a Dark Lord, Arc Rise Fantasia, etc). , with the exception of Soul Reaver 2 and Injustice: Gods Among Us, which I intend to fire up now and then. The time has come to begin the big RPG project I blogged about months ago and kick a few RPGs out of my backlog. It'll be a long, grueling process that might leave me sick of RPGs. I'll probably visit some short action titles along the way to make sure that doesn't happen.
Ghosts, antiheroic puppets, and a man-eating boar
Ready to do this? Then let's do this!
Hopefully I'll finish this in a timely manner
I'm nearing the end of Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, which will signify the beginning of my W-RPG project. Wish me luck as I leap blindly into the final dungeon.
Status Ailments... Status Ailments Everywhere!
My quest in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light nearly met with tragedy...
Well, okay, I'm being hyperbolic. It was more like a rage-quit that would have lasted two days at most. You see, up until recently, I've been stomping most of the competition. I hit a few doable snags, but mostly toppled bosses without much issue. Even Rolan--and god, was that an epic battle--fell without too many complications.
I expected my winning streak to continue once the world plunged into darkness. I figured that with the prospect of unbridled exploration I would have the opportunity to take advantage of the choicest loot and bolster my team into an almost unfair killing squad.
...then I met Asmodeus.
Apparently I've been doing it wrong all these years.
As True had said with his most recent blog post, this is too funny to not share.
4 Heroes, Tiki Towers, and PAD
It's been a while since I've had time to report on my progress, so here it is:
Tiki Towers - Wii
I got about halfway through the campaign and gave up.