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bobbywatson wrote: »
Hello Q&A hosts,
Fun show to listen to while washing dishes! Great choice of intro music.
The discussing about Mystic Quest being used to learn how to read reminded me on how I mostly used Final Fantasy II and II (or IV and VI, depending how you want to look at it) to learn English (my first language is French). In retrospect, FFII/IV was probably not the best choice for that...
In your Monster Hunter clones discussions, you did not mention Freedom Wars for the Vita, which is unfortunate, as it's actually pretty good (though it kinda ends in a weird way).
I am hoping we get a release of God Eater 2 Rage Burst at some point, as I'm curious about it (and finding partners for the first game is probably pretty tough at this point).
Strawberry Eggs wrote: »
The brief talk about how well certain old games have aged got me thinking. What games from the NES era and older (computer RPGs like Ultima and Might and Magic) would you say aged the best and the worst (comparatively speaking, of course)? What games maybe didn't age so well, but you still enjoy playing?
lolwhoops wrote: »
If you're going to talk about it next episode anyway, I have a question about Freedom Wars:
How fun is it? What are some of the coolest things about the game? Is it necessary to play multiplayer to progress?