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741. Posted: Sat 19th Jul 2014 21:53 BST
If I've played Rune Factory 4 and then decide to get the earlier ones will they feel archaic and dated in comparison? Sort of like starting with a new Pokémon and then trying to play the originals (even if the difference isn't as large)?
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742. Posted: Thu 4th Sep 2014 03:53 BST
Hey guys! I just found out about this game recommendation thread, so I'm just gonna go ahead and post my thread description in here. I'm looking for a game that is engrossing like Pokemon; something you can dump hours and hours into, and something with a lot of replay value. Something that you get attached to and lose yourself in the world of the game. Like Pokemon! Basically I'm looking for an engrossing game that I can really feel involved in, with a lot of replay value. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance!
Edited on Thu 4th September, 2014 @ 03:54 by Thanks4Tip
743. Posted: Thu 4th Sep 2014 03:59 BST
Everything Dragon Quest is a good start. IV, V, VI, IX, they're all good choices. Rune Factory 3 can also be heavily engrossing from my experience.
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744. Posted: Thu 4th Sep 2014 04:00 BST
@Thanks4Tip: I always found the Harvest Moon games pretty engrossing. There are a few of those on the DS.
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745. Posted: Thu 4th Sep 2014 04:02 BST
I totally forgot Harvest Moon. Most are great
I recommend Harvest Moon Sunshine Islands and Harvest Moon Tale of Two Towns.
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746. Posted: Thu 4th Sep 2014 04:24 BST
I see, I see... Do those games have the replay value that Pokemon has? Like in Pokemon you can breed, trade, battle, collect, explore, compete in contests, and of course there's EV and IV training and competitive battling/team composition, which brings in a whole new world of replay value. Do the games suggested above have those qualities? I feel like games that do are hard to come by, but when I find one I can lose myself in it for hours.
747. Posted: Thu 4th Sep 2014 04:32 BST
Yes. Especially Rune Factory, which is Harvest moon with even more things to do. Oh, and I also forgot to mention Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2. Wich is a blatant Pokemon clone, but with Dragon Quest.
748. Posted: Thu 4th Sep 2014 04:46 BST
Wow, okay, lots of games to add to my list. So if you could pick ONE game out of the recommendations for me to pick up according to my descriptions from the suggestions above, which would it be? Something with the engrossing, varied replay value found in Pokemon.
Edit. Thanks so much for all the help and suggestions!
Second Edit How is the replay value of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games?
Edited on Fri 5th September, 2014 @ 18:56 by Thanks4Tip
749. Posted: Wed 3rd Dec 2014 16:02 GMT
Shin Megami Tensei IV or Bravley Default. Or is there a better RPG?
Any suggestions please.