1. RE4 -- nearing the end. tussling with Krauser right now and trying to get my reflexes down so I don't eat through my healing items in no time at all.
2. Mouryou Senki Madara -- making decent progress. Well, by "decent", I mean really slow progress as this is one of those old-school RPGs where you have to build levels and where a lot of random encounters are very damaging.
3. Zelda: Oracle of Seasons -- up to the final boss of the eighth dungeon, so this one's about over.
4. Zelda: Oracle of Ages -- on the path to the fourth dungeon.
5. Neutopia 2 -- pretty much through one dungeon.
And there you have it. The least inspiring "top something" list of the past 24 hours!
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|Felix_Arabia - May 15, 2008 (08:51 PM)
I bought Neutopia 2 not too long ago. Though I have yet to play it, Ruder has been very adamant about the game sucking.
I would be interested in seeing you review the game so I don't have to.
|overdrive - May 16, 2008 (04:18 AM)
So far N2 seems to be really generic and hastily put together. I mean, in most rooms, enemies are programmed to attack at the same time. No shit! You'll be outside and see three pig-men walking around with pitchforks. They move around aimlessly and, all at the same time, thrust their weapon in front of them. It's just bizarre. No independent movement from anyone.
|Halon - May 16, 2008 (04:36 PM)
You should've played Seasons and Ages in order to get the combined quest. The double hand sword rules.
I played the first Neutopia, which was decent but definitely no Zelda. I demand a review for the second one.
|Felix_Arabia - May 16, 2008 (05:20 PM)
While the AI does sound very silly, the worst aspect about Neutopia 2 that I heard was that you have to 'rub' your character against walls in order to find hidden passages/levers/whatever to advance in many of the dungeons. Wall rubbing, now that's an intriguing element.