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Elite Beat Agents and Ghost Trick. n_n
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Well I just beat this game a few hours ago (and it just happens that today is the 10th anniversary of its first release) and I have to say what a game. I have to say its been awhile since I played a game with this good of a storyline. As I kept getting in deeper and deeper into each trial I didnt want to stop. The twist and turns that the story takes just keeps me wanting more. As for the difficulty goes I have to say that this game had some moments for me in the beginning that had me scrambling for a walkthrough but by the fourth trial I was thinking like an attorney and I made it through without a slip up and no walkthrough. In fact I even surprised myself that I was able to come up with right bits of evidence at the right time.
As far as the cases go they were very well written almost like something I would expect from an episode of Law and Order or some other courtroom type drama show. There were a few moments that also had me chuckling mostly at some of the goofy facial expressions that some of the characters had. Speaking of characters that was another nice thing about this game was the wide variety of characters each one with their own unique personality no matter how big of a role they had each character was memorable in their own way.
Overall I highly suggest giving Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney a try especially if you never have. Its reminiscent of the ol point and click type games that's easy to pick up but hard to put down, luckily though you can save the game at anytime if you find that you need to put down this game.
So for my final ruling I would have to say
Presentation: 9Graphics: 8Storyline: 10Overall: 9.5
And now its back to the courtroom with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice for All after a small recess.
Edited on Wed 12th October, 2011 @ 08:20 by Tasuki
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kirby dream land old school one.
"Its All About Those 2x Houston Rockets, 5x Dallas Cowboys, 1x Houston Astros, Texas A&M Aggies".
The rub rabbits! (but just story mode in normal, hard and hell difficulties...)
3DS FC: 2578-3560-0869
Luigi's Mansion (FINALLY, since I hadn't ever played it until this year) and I highly enjoyed its charm and presentation over any standard Mario game.
Why do astronauts backtrack?They forgot the Space Jump Boots.
Just finished Professor Layton and the Specter's Flute...What can i say... The game was simply magnificent, both story-wise and play-wise... And the epilogue was just the icing on the cake...They simply don't make many games like this anymore... A wonderful experience...
Edited on Sun 6th November, 2011 @ 13:32 by Nightwalker
Only a Sith deals in absolutes!
Last night I finished Sands of Destruction; a games that screams of ambition, but fails to deliver on almost all of the necessary fields. The frequent random encounters and non-existеnt linearity kill it, and the decent soundtrack and great story can do little about it.All in all, an average, if not even monotonous, experience. Also, too short for an RPG (completed it in 17 hours).
Edited on Mon 13th February, 2012 @ 06:58 by Nightwalker
First FF game I ever beat, also the first JRPG
[15:36] Corbs: Vita rules - 3DS drools!
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Professor Layton and the Spectre's Call. It made me cry.
i just beat FF XIII-2 yesterday and beat tales of symphonia today for my 2nd time
Just finished Dementium The Ward, and this so happens to be the first M(ature) game I've beaten. Once again, the DS provides another first, and I've thoroughly enjoyed the experience of wandering the wrecked, eerie halls of Redmoor Hospital. The game has a near constant dark atmosphere, partly due to the similarities of the rooms and cooridors of the hospital, and while that can be argued as repetitive I think it is a great aspect of Dementium to have maintained a rather high level of atmosphere throughout. There is a fair amount of ambiguity in the story, much of which has to do with the potential of nearly all of the game's events taking place in the mind of William. The game clock says 4 hours, but I know I've played it for around 5 hours due to repeating sequences due to death. It's at a good length for a handheld experience, did not drag, and I'm looking to replay it after I complete Dementium II. Overall, a great Amazon investment.
Favorite Game: Metroid Prime Hunters
I finished Atelier Annie, cooking mama, puzzle quest.
That just made my day
I finally finished Professor Layton and the Last Specter last week, after playing it on and off for the past month or so. Now I'll just have to wait for Mask of Miracle to get my Layton fix, like everybody else.
Avatar - Mumen Rider (One Punch Man)
Currently Playing - Final Fantasy IX
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Chrono Trigger... good grief, all this media speculation of "the death of the JRPG" ... not a chance in hades, ..
I've played through my fair share of RPG's in my time (western and eastern) and this is going into the top 5 without a doubt, if the DS back catalogue is chocka with more titles like this then the 3DS titles may have to wait for now
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Tasuki wrote:And now its back to the courtroom with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice for All after a small recess.That just made my day
Lol thanks. When I was typing that up it just sudden came to me I guess I watch a bit to much of Law & Order lol. However I guess I should have said a long recess cause I still havent got around to that game yet cause I keep getting other games.
Just finished Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen. Surprisingly good game. I've had more fun with this than any other Dragon Quest game, including 9. It had it's share of problems, namely the fact that it can sometimes be very difficult to find out where to go and what to do, which kills the game's otherwise brilliant pacing, and the final boss has a rediculous amount of forms, which makes him more tedious than hard; but it was still very good and its strong points made up for the bad. I really enjoyed exploring the game world and found the events in this game to be very memorable, and the afformentioned pacing really helped it stay interesting the entire time. For what was an NES game, the story was actually kind of impressive. The music, graphics, and gameplay were alright. Nothing amazing, but they still added to the overall charm. All in all, I'd say this is my favorite Dragon Quest game by far so far.
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pokemon mystery dungeon, pokemon platinum, pokemon super rumble blast, pokemon black and new super mario bros
I can have friend codes on my
pokemon mystery dungeon
Also just finish The World End's With You... although... Pin mastery at 100%?... no, me neither xD
Professor Layton and the Curious Village, what a marvellous mix of storytelling and puzzles... had me stumped many a time, a game that requires some gasp actual thinking! can't wait to pick up some of the later titles but curious... are the puzzles consistently good throughout the series??
Sonic Colors DS and Kirby Super Star Ultra. Not playing my DS as much at the moment.
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