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  • FACT: The eye strain of playing handheld video games, reading, using a nook/kindle etc. Even computer montiors in low light settings can cause headaches. Also, handhelds themselves... I must agree with Rya, I too avoid them because it strains my…
  • Currently playing BOF Dragon Quarter. The payphone limited save thing is quite annoying....as an adult... I feel like, if this game had came out when I was 13, (when BOF III did), it'd be a quite different story. Like the story and gameplay though.…
  • Dragon Quest VII (PSX) Lot of grinding to boost up Teen Idol on 2 people Grandia (PSX) It'd been over 10 years since I last played, forgot how much I love the story Grandia 2 (PS2) Lufia & Lufia 2 (SNES) Ah Dekar, how you crack me …
  • Not really a fighting game persay.... Bomberman. Though fighting game wise, another powerstone would be sweet. As would a Smash Bros. Sadly, I didn't much like the gamecube or Wii ones compared to the original... Bushido Blade always bored …
  • Caostotale wrote: » I don't think that's a bad thing. Considering the costs involved with putting out a console RPG, I'd think this would be the best bet for a series like SaGa, Mana, or any other old-school property. What worries me more is when …
  • daveyd wrote: » This^. If FF XIII didn't interest me, then I don't know why a spin-off title would. IMO, the FF series has been in a heavy downward spiral ever since X. They should go back to the no direct sequels formula that worked pretty wel…
  • valsar wrote: » I started playing Alpha Protocol. I'm enjoying it so far but there are a few things that bug me about it. Like how I somehow get spotted by a guard who is on the other side of map while I'm crouched behind boxes. I get that I have …
  • TheAnimeMan wrote: » Along with Blue Dragon and Last Story. How was Last Story? Blue Dragon I liked... except for how long it took to search every rock, tree, pot, plate, spoon, clock, painting, bush, window, birdhouse, etc. etc. etc. ot…
  • Rya.Reisender wrote: » Still playing Beyond the Beyond and having a blast. I'm 15 hours into the game and it's still not hard. I didn't even die a single time yet. And when I clear a dungeon I always have at least 2 healing items left. I really ca…
  • redwing42 wrote: » Yeah... nobody is interested this time, I guess. It is interesting, but not surprising, to note the dropoff in participation this year from last year. Sure, Mass Effect was a popular month, but overall, the people here seem to f…
  • ..... Idea: Super Smash Bros. RPG.
  • I could go for another Mario RPG...
  • DarkRPGMaster wrote: » To be honest, Wild Arms has always been an 'unknown' classic in the RPG world, so you'd be surprised how many RPG players have probably never heard of the series. As for Grandia selling big on the PSN, that's no surprise to …
  • MegaloSaro wrote: » In theory, this statement is correct. However, none of those games you listed have had a development time NEARLY as long as vs13. It gets to be a point where a long development time =/= making sure it's a quality product, but…
  • TheAnimeMan wrote: » I'm sorry if I felt it was challenging. I DON'T usually play FPS as I DON'T LIKE THEM. So don't insult me just cause I'm not all that good at a series of games I don't generally like or am all the good at. I play games for …
  • Maudren wrote: » Yes I agree, I don't want them to rush vs13. They only just started working on it a year or so ago. I'd rather it be in development for at least another three years or so, maybe 4. A game done right, is always better than a…
  • TG Barighm wrote: » ME3's Insanity mode ain't that tough, so we believe you. If one is any good at all at FPS games this is true. For the "average gamer" (whom Mass Effect series appealed to) "it's challenging" .... (insert inappropriate ha…
  • TG Barighm wrote: » Hey, it worked for me. Playing through FF13 has really got me wanting to get started on Dark Souls and finish up New Vegas. I'm thinking my recent loss of rental services, my main source of non-RPG's, was the main culprit behin…
  • "New, original RPGs" .... How about "New RPGs that aren't utter rubbish", or RPGs that aren't some sub-genre trying to incorporate in new audiences, or taregt people who don't normally play, or people who just want to dip their feet into an RPG. …
  • Shadowcat wrote: » since this refuses to die: No Final Fantasy VII Remake Until Original Has Been Topped -- Square Enix CEO (andriasang) With the quality of programmers nowadays.... this is a polite way of saying "never"
  • Rya.Reisender wrote: » Unfortunately no RPGs that are real "must haves" for me. =/ I don't have anything to look forward to, it's kinda sad. Well okay, except Tales of Graces (31th August). Agreed. DarkRPGMaster wrote: » It's the s…
  • Rya.Reisender wrote: » I'm 28 now. ah same age, good. Any horror games you'd recommend? I'll play anything with a good story these days just for the change of pace. Besides the arfenhouse 3
  • DarkRPGMaster wrote: » I think you mean Wii. Skyward Sword was the Zelda game for Wii that came out last year. Nope, both wrong. I meant Sentinels of a Starry Sky.
  • Khisanth Magus wrote: » Well, yes, if you don't give a crap about the story of a game you aren't going to enjoy the Suikoden games much...but then again, why the heck are you playing RPGs if not for the story?[/QUOTE] If only I could put this o…
  • Spartakus wrote: » Is it really that shocking? Suikoden 1 and 2 are my all-time favourite JRPGs next to FFVII, but let's face it; the series hasn't approached their level of awesomeness ever since, which is many years ago. I had decent fun with th…
  • Thousand Arms was the first thing that popped into my head, followed by the song by Ayumi Hamasaki Suikoden 2 and 3 both popped in Several of the final fantasies... And Grandia. Wild Arms
  • Damien256 wrote: » Regardless of what these games look like I think you also have to look at the quality of their gameplay, battle systems, general content and ask if its any good... I can't stand when reviewers bash JRPGs for un-objective reasons…
  • ThroneofDravaris wrote: » I'd play more RPGs if they were harder and shorter. The main thing keeping me away from Game of Thrones at the moment is the reports that it takes X amount of hours before it "gets good". This is a standard that isn't dee…
  • TG Barighm wrote: » It's a serious condition that can affect anyone. According to studies pulled from my rear, 2 in 3 RPG gamers have a chance of developing RPG fatigue at some point in their lifetime. 1 in 3 sufferers never play RPGs again. Pl…
  • DapperDave wrote: » I love the art of Legend of Mana, but hate the gameplay and story. I agree with you on that. As for my own: I Love what Mass Effect series has done for awareness of RPG genre, and the "possibility" of more good RPGs …