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Title: A busy day indeed...
Posted: May 02, 2009 (02:54 AM)
Well, today was the last of four days of work in a row. I'm generally only supposed to get 20 hours of work per week, leaving me free to do freelance work on the side (and work on the site), but this week I got 32 and so the last 4 days have been spent with little bits of busy work outside of my day job.

Today was hectic like you wouldn't believe, with all sorts of mundane things I won't relate here and a few very stressful moments. I finally got off work a few hours ago and since then I've spent the time updating the site with news stories and content--a big task tonight--going through e-mail and assorted other things.

Now I can get back to the game I'm playing for a little while before going to sleep. I'm really almost done with it--truly, I am!--and then it'll be back to Dragon Quest V, possibly for the rest of the weekend or alternating with Dokapon Journey that I am exceited to play. There were some other games that have come in, but those will be going out to freelancers because I like to share.

Plus I'm too busy to tackle every project that comes to me. Clearly.

zippdementiaUser: zippdementia
Posted: May 02, 2009 (05:07 PM)
Good to hear you're still alive and kicking, Jason. I didn't play DQ 5 myself. I've actually only played the first and eighth DQ. I didn't finish either of them. I find it really hard to get into turn based RPGs these days.

honestgamerUser: honestgamer
Posted: May 02, 2009 (06:28 PM)
I find it really difficult these days to get into action-RPGs, so I suspect that we're just the opposite. I like how fast-paced the turn-based stuff is, versus the miserable grind of the action-RPG that slows things down to a crawl.

randxianUser: randxian
Posted: May 02, 2009 (10:42 PM)
I'll take strategy RPGs like Fire Emblem over action or turn based RPGs any day. :D

Anyway, I get the impression that in DQ 5, there is only one playable human character. The rest appear to be monsters from what I've seen. Interesting dynamic.

overdriveUser: overdrive
Posted: May 03, 2009 (02:08 PM)
Unless the game was dramatically changed from the Super Famicom version, there's more than one human character. Due to plot twists, your main character is the only one that is a permanent member of your party (others come and go) AND there are times when it just is your main dude and a few monsters, but he's not the only human character.

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