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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.
Finally got to Disc 4! I'm fully prepared to beat the game, which I've never done. Up to Ulara right now...whee!
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!
...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.
I got Zone of the Enders (PS2) in the mail. Anyone played it?
...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]