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Title: A New Year!
Posted: January 06, 2009 (04:12 AM)
This means more procrastination on my end. But, I do have some projects I'm gonna try to get done, and even getting one of this lot done would be a triumph. These are pretty much my nemeses, and everytime I want to write for it, I break down and weep like a nancyboy!
- Tactics Ogre
- Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis
- Ogre Battle 64
- Wild ARMs 3
Title: Choo-choo, here comes the eBay truck
Posted: November 10, 2008 (03:45 AM)
So, I realized I hadn't gotten a PSX game in quite awhile and decided to go all out as an early Christmas present. I'd actually never used eBay before and it was a pretty fun experience, although I'm generally two impatient to wait several days just to lose at the last second. :p
[PSX] - Koudelka
[PSX] - Tactics Ogre
[PSX] - Ape Escape
[PSX] - Juggernaut
[PSX] - Parasite Eve
[PSX] - Tail Concerto
[PSX] - Rising Zan: The Samurai Gunman
[PSX] - Quake II
[PSX] - Kagero: Deception II
[PSX] - The Unholy War
[PS2] - Myst III: Exile
[PSX] - Front Mission 4
[N64] - Perfect Dark
[N64] - Jet Force Gemini + Pokemon Snap
There were a few others I had my sights on (Wild Arms, Myst, D, Silent Hill, Steel Reign) but overall pretty good load. Next time there needs to be more Ace Combat-ness, though!
Title: AHH FINAL FANTASY TACTICS
Posted: July 07, 2008 (12:41 AM)
After four years of not playing (still that burnt out), time to write-up my most favoritest game ever in the whole world. Should be...an adventure.
Title: Arc the Lad 2
Posted: May 17, 2008 (08:08 AM)
After overcoming the "boring point" that's caused my efforts to taper off twice, this thing's finally underway in a major...way. This is my white whale!
Posted: April 18, 2008 (12:11 AM)
So I finally saw the movie yesterday -- it's a cult classic and stuff, after all. Pretty good despite some pretty cheasy budget constraints (which don't faze me anyway). Didn't get the ending, though... Anyway, headsplodiness is always good, 'cause I never knew where that image came from.
Title: Lunar 2 Eternal Blooo
Posted: April 14, 2008 (10:16 AM)
That's next up. I was pleasantly surprised the rather simple story was told so well, and the dialogue and characters so endearing that it nearly smooths over the foreshadowing/battling problems (however slight they may be). The epilogue was also great, and the only fault I found was that the seller who cleaned all the disks left some gunk on there so it loops instead of going to the outtakes. 'Sides that, seventy well-spent dollars.
Expect guides and other crap to follow. :D
Title: Vandal Hearts
Posted: March 15, 2008 (05:19 AM)
Sure it may be rather simplistic, and sticks the player at a disadvantage in about 34/36 battles, but there's taking joy in a primative blood geyser is still something to get excited about, yeah?
Posted: December 12, 2007 (05:02 PM)
Growlanser Generations is awesome. Thought it was pretty dry when I first got it, but man, it's really grown on me. Being able to shape the personality of the main character (which affects dialogue choices) is a welcome change, definitely. Wanna be a playboy? That can be arranged. Wanna be the most cynical, friend-debaser? Simply be mean! Voice acting that rises above the sea of mediocrity is great, too.
Title: YOU PLAY XENOGEARZ NAO?
Posted: August 15, 2007 (03:52 PM)
Title: Legend of Dragoon - To Infinity and Beyond
Posted: July 27, 2007 (02:54 PM)
Finally got to Disc 4! I'm fully prepared to beat the game, which I've never done. Up to Ulara right now...whee!
Title: Legend of Dragoon - The Ongoing Saga
Posted: July 13, 2007 (08:34 PM)
Finally trudging through the first disc. Once the game starts getting to Lohan it gradually gets less boring, although I won't enjoy doing Shrine of Shirley events. Oh well, almost over -- then it's on to Fletz and fun!
Title: Arc the Lad 3
Posted: June 28, 2007 (09:40 AM)
...is surprisingly fun throughout the game. I was only bored when doing Outlaw Jobs (i.e. slay teh baddie monster who eats peoplez!) but the humor is great. At one point when finding a gigantic slug monster, Lutz says "I didn't know we'd find your mother, Cheryl." XD!
There are also a handful of memorable characters, like the doofy announced Catch Mamaman or the always-in-disguise lovelorn ninja Spicy, or the horrible Rainbow Bridge Gang who make water references all the time. If you like ATL2, give this one a try. It's a little different and is a lot easier, but there's no doubt that it's fun to play. Most of the ATL2 characters join up temporarily at some time or another, also.
Posted: June 08, 2007 (01:27 PM)
I got Zone of the Enders (PS2) in the mail. Anyone played it?
Posted: June 04, 2007 (06:59 AM)
...is kinda hack-'n'-slashy, but I like it for some reason. Leveling up weapons gets boring after awhile (there are sixtysome possible) and the game-controlled camera needs to be taken out behind the woodshed. 'Sides that, it's sorta fun. I mean, who doesn't want to blow up some wussgoblins with dragonfire?
[P.S. - If you say you don't, you do]
Title: Legend of Draw Goons
Posted: May 17, 2007 (05:29 AM)
Everything about it is awesome. <3