Nothing much to say. I've just beaten the Titanic Ant and gone to Twoson.Final Fantasy III
I was playing this with my friend's little brother until her computer crashed.
We got as far as the scenario split up. It's nice to just play a game and not follow a walkthrough or be concerned about translation differences.Final Fantasy VII
I was looking at mods for the PC version and decided I wanted to try it. I finally settled on the Remix patch, but I ran into some issues with it. When all was said and done, I still wanted to play FFVII, so I chose to play the PS1 game. Now all I need to do is keep telling myself that this is the superior version...
At least my save was still on my memory card. I just finished the second mandatory Gold Saucer event, the one with the date. Now I'm headed to the Temple of the Ancients!Final Fantasy XII
I've so far put 106 hours into this. I'm amazing this game has kept my attention span for so long... I'm going to Giruvegan next, but before that I'm gonna take down some Marks. I'm really impressed with this FF so far. The characters are likable, the story is good, the graphics are pretty, and there's even a bit of exploration to be done. Needless to say, I'm impressed.Final Fantasy XIII
What's this!? A current-gen console game, on this
kid's list!? Yes, it's true! What I did was rent the game and take it over to my friend's house; her family owns a PS3, you see. I was impressed. Everything is just amazing, though of course it's not without its flaws. It's sort of odd how I first got into FFXIII, especially because I had no interest in it prior to realizing this. On the actual progress aspect, I was about to get into Palom Porom--er, I mean Palumpolum with Lightning and Hope.Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals
"Wait," I hear a cry from the audience, "You just said you didn't own any new-gen consoles!" Ah, but a handheld isn't a console. See what I did there? Anyway, a friend of mine sent me a used DS and a copy of this wonderful game--for free!
I know such wonderful people. This game is just...wow. Even if it was a budget remake, you can tell all those involved--except Square-Enix, but that's typical--put a lot of love and hard work into this game. I've beaten it once already, and I plan to beat it many more times in the future.Lufia: The Legend Returns
I beat this and finished my hack for it, too!
I never beat the Ancient Cave, however, so I think I'll need to replay this in the future. Maybe after I've looked into flashcarts...?Lufia: The Ruins of Lore
The Pokemon-type aspect of this game is rather annoying, but it's interesting to see some of the larger changes Neverland made to Curse of the Sinistrals came from here--even if Neverland didn't make this side-story.Kingdom Hearts
I've almost beaten this! I'm at Hollow Bastion, and I've just beaten Riku. I was waiting to finish this with a friend, however, so I guess getting my copy of Final Fantasy X-2 back will wait until 2011.Persona 2: Innocent Sin
This game is vastly
better than the first one. I'm about to go into the record store Giga Macho. Thinking about it, I'm sort of intrigued as to how the heck this ties into Joker's master plan to bring down Tatsuya, Lisa and Maya.Revelations: Persona
I got all the way to the final dungeon before I gave up. I don't care what
the purists say, the battle music in this game is terrible. It gives me a headache and doesn't even have a melody to it. I'd like to play the PSP version--I believe the cool kids call it P1P?--but I don't have a PSP. I was undeterred, however, and decided to try the second game in the series.Riviera: The Promised Land
I completed Tetyth for the first time.