Goodbye's the new hello.
As some of you already know, I was looking forward to this game for an absurdly long time, and was pretty disappointed when it came out.
A little while ago, Square Enix announced just how radical their changes to the game were going to be, and it
here is what the game currently looks like.
I just picked up the PSP remake of this game a few days ago and holy shit, is it awesome. The original Final Fantasy Tactics was one of my favourite games, but TO definitely has it trumped so far.
Has anyone else played this?
I just used this as an excuse to post Korean girls.
I finally got around to buying an HDTV.
Xbox 360 graphics sure are purty now.
Speaking of which:
Thank me later.
Watch me forget about it when March 27 rolls around and I won't have the $249 + shipping...
In other news, they're region-locked, which PISSES ME OFF. My reasoning for preordering is that the first-gen 3DS will likely be the easiest to hack.
I have no interest in pirating games, but if I have to hack the system just so I can play games with squiggly lines, then so be it.
For Christmas, I got that bug that makes Honestgamers give a 404. Yay.
In happier news, here's a video!
I always see the guy playing instruments and it makes me think he's genj's Asian alter ego, and I don't know why.
When it comes to MMORPGs, there's a little something that I like to call my "brick wall" theory: when the game you're playing simply isn't fun anymore. For some games, it takes a while. I played Final Fantasy XI for a year and a half before the brick wall was hit. Other games, not so much: I tried out World of Warcraft to appease the masses who told me to "just give it a chance!" I got bored of it before reaching Lv. 80, and once I was there, I found the only thing to do was to keep repeating "raids" where the enemies required no strategy outside of remembering the ONE SPECIAL THING they do. How thrilling. The brick wall hit me fairly fast.