Showing 101 to 120 of 141
101. Posted: Sat 11th Feb 2012 06:15 GMT
I finally got a chance to play Radiant Historia, and it's INCREDIBLE so far. This is the second game that Atlus has published and/or developed that I'm impressed with (999 was the first). It has a fantastic soundtrack, a great battle system, and an interesting storyline so far.
Edited on Sat 11th February, 2012 @ 06:15 by Knux
email@example.com Twitter Wii FC: 4579-0293-6760-7162 [12:12] LordJumpMad stick his thong out at eme
3DS Friend Code: 4167-4499-6603 | Nintendo Network ID: Knux1990 | Twitter: Knux1990
102. Posted: Sat 11th Feb 2012 06:22 GMT
999 (which was also incredible) was actually published by Aksys.
Not that it matters much, because Atlus did publish and develop the excellent Persona games.
"Can a man still be brave if he's afraid?" "That is the only time a man can be brave."
3DS Friend Code: 4339-3392-1142
103. Posted: Sat 11th Feb 2012 06:33 GMT
Dang, how the eff did I get Aksys confused with Atlus? I still need to play the Persona games that I own.
104. Posted: Sat 11th Feb 2012 13:26 GMT
@weegee: probably because they both have five letters, start with A, and end with S. to be honest, though, I'm kinda in your boat — i'm not a fan of dungeon-crawlers at all, SRPGs are generally too tedious Ispending an hour+ on one battle and still losing in the end... just doesn't make me want to continue tbqh), and they make up quite a bit of their library of games. Also wasn't a very big fan of Contact (I liked the pop culture it incorporated, but the game kinda bored me, especially toward the end). Radiant Historia freakin' blew my mind, though :3
Edited on Sat 11th February, 2012 @ 13:28 by theblackdragon
BEST THREAD EVER
future of NL >:3
[16:43] James: I should learn these site rules more clearly
[16:44] LztheBlehBird: James doesn't know the rules? For shame!!!
[16:44] Vintage: We have rules?
[16:44] Reala: don't expose the staff to sunlight, don't get them wet and don't feed them after midnight
3DS Friend Code: 3136-6802-7042 | Nintendo Network ID: gentlemen_cat | Twitter: theblackdragon
105. Posted: Sat 11th Feb 2012 13:46 GMT
A great RPG, no doubt, but all that backtracking bored me at moments. -.-
Only a Sith deals in absolutes!
106. Posted: Sun 12th Feb 2012 04:19 GMT
Well, for anyone who missed out on the original run, Atlus is apparently reprinting Radiant Historia.
Grab it if you missed out the first time!
I used to have a blog link here. I'll put it back up when the blog has something to read.
107. Posted: Sun 12th Feb 2012 04:31 GMT
@tbd I'm with you, yeah — SRPGs are lame. D:<
I made Kid Tripp! PocketGamer gave it a 9 out of 10! You should totally buy it now!
[16:39] BadKitty: you trying to steal stuff from me? u_u
[16:41] kribs: don't worry Emmy, even if poix tried to steal something from you, he wouldn't finish stealing it
3DS Friend Code: 1123-6536-5321 | Nintendo Network ID: pixelpowa | Twitter: pixelpowa
108. Posted: Sun 12th Feb 2012 04:51 GMT
I still haven't beaten it (like most of the RPG's I buy). Really need to finish it.
Formally Square-enixFan. Come on Square (and Enix) come back to the land...of BUTTONS
Thank you SNK for making the Neo Geo Pocket Color, because it is awesome
3DS friend code1289-8230-2854
Check my Youtube channel out!
109. Posted: Sun 12th Feb 2012 04:55 GMT
...in my pants.
110. Posted: Mon 13th Feb 2012 00:41 GMT
Also wasn't a very big fan of Contact (I liked the pop culture it incorporated, but the game kinda bored me, especially toward the end).
I've already ranted too much about this game (and yet multiple people bought it from my ranting...what) but I've found the military base and desert areas killed the game long before the end. The amount of grinding to increase game time would make FF1 embarrassed and ruined an otherwise interesting game.
oh and i like SRPGs but that does kill them. I lost one guy in a mission in FE:SS so I shut it off and probably won't play it again for a while. Advance Wars had this problem too, but at least Advance Wars doesn't have RPG elements to pay attention to and is a definitively better series.
Edited on Mon 13th February, 2012 @ 00:44 by kkslider5552000
3DS friend code: 2878 - 9709 - 5054
Nintendo Network ID: SliderGamer55
Cool link for cool people: http://forums.dctp.ws/
111. Posted: Mon 13th Feb 2012 00:45 GMT
love it amazing but not as good as world ends with you and srpg's do suck i only like devil survior overclocked and i sold that
3DS FC:1332-8177-3517 currently playing:Tales of xillia (2nd playthrough) BIG TALES OF FAN! BIG SONIC FAN! lloyd x sheena yuri x judith
youtube:ChuieTheUmbreon my new channel
i was mieu-fire
112. Posted: Sun 18th Mar 2012 02:25 GMT
My copy is has been shipped last night (Amazon). Though, I probably won't open it until I finish Tales of The Abyss, and possibly finish Muramasa on Wii..
113. Posted: Wed 21st Mar 2012 19:34 GMT
Have the reprints been released and if so are they in stores? If not i'll probably pick it up from Amazon if I don't get it for my birthday.
Runs the NintendoLife Best VGM Tourney Come Vote!
Keep it frosty people.
3DS Friend Code: 3523-2096-8169 | Nintendo Network ID: Capn_Pancakes
114. Posted: Wed 21st Mar 2012 20:05 GMT
I would assume that if they shipped komics copy 4 days ago that its out. You need to play this game period.
John 8:7 He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone.
I'm finding this game way too distracting. I would much rather be playing it right now rather than working!
Words to live by!!
Formerly Tech101 and OldMan-Tech
3DS Friend Code: 3050-7580-4390
115. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 22:47 BST
-Should iPancakez buy from Amazon or from a store?Amazon"Well, a store probably won't have it so my best option would be Amazon."-Are you sure?"Yes."-iPancakez decided to buy from Amazon. But suddenly lightning struck his computer and it scarred him so much that he never went on the internet again. This caused a huge decrease in the popularity of pancakes ultimately making them forgotten food and closing down IHOP. An army of mutant french toast were than able to begin their plans to conquer the entire world.-French Toast Victory EndingFIN
Seriously, the bizarre endings to this game are a comedy goldmine.
116. Posted: Sun 6th May 2012 03:06 BST
I've finally reached what I think is the end of this game (I've thought that about 20 times, though) and thought I was doing great until the third stage of the boss ripped me to shreds. To those who have beaten it, what levels were your party at? The ones I use are around 46-49, so I'm wondering if I should just keep trying or not waste the time and go do some side quests to level up more.
3DS Friend Code: 5069-3937-8083
117. Posted: Sun 6th May 2012 03:52 BST
@Xyphon: definitely go do some sidequests, and give some thought to going for 100% completion so you can see the true ending.
by the time i went for the final boss, i'd already beaten the hardest boss in the game (part of a sidequest)... the guide recommended being 59 or so iirc, and i remember i was at least in the mid 70's before i was able to beat that particular boss, and then i went straight through the endgame afterward. The final boss was pretty easy since I was so far overleveled for it, haha :3
118. Posted: Sun 6th May 2012 04:39 BST
How long have people taken to beat it? I've been playing it on and off for a while now (25-30 hours?).
Edited on Sun 6th May, 2012 @ 04:40 by Fuzzy
119. Posted: Sun 6th May 2012 17:42 BST
Was that 59 recommended for the final boss or the special one? I plan on just beating it so I can see a normal ending and finally move on to another game (namely Tales of the Abyss which I have had since launch but haven't played yet because I don't like to get multiple RPGs going at once) and then go back to do everything and get the true ending sometime later to see what the difference is between them. I think I'll try at least a couple more times before giving up until I'm at a higher level. This is the best game I've seen at having to actually develop a good strategy, so I'm definitely not giving up after only one go.
120. Posted: Tue 8th May 2012 23:11 BST
Yay! I finally beat it. I did a few more tasks and got Stocke up to level 50 and my other two up to 49 and 47. I used two people that everything I read said not to use, but they were my favorites throughout and they worked for me. That's what I love about this game. It takes so much strategy and every player can figure out a different one that works for them. There is no best way to do it. Now I just have to go back someday to do everything and get the best ending. It took me about 46 hours I think.
Edited on Tue 8th May, 2012 @ 23:12 by Xyphon22