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81. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 01:01 BST
Etrain Odyssey 3 is out the end of the month and Gamestop has a awesome 60 page Etrain Odyssey Artbook with it FREE for Preordering.
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82. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 19:17 BST
@Slappy: I thought you said "news." That info is well over a month old.
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83. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 19:41 BST
Put my money down on etrain odyssey Wednesday. Can't wait but still haven't beat 2 yet LOL. I did the same with one and two. Got two and didn't play it for like 6 months till I beat one. Still need to get through dragon quest9 also. I'm in trouble!o_O
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84. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 19:48 BST
@Tech101: I bought 2 at launch, STILL haven't finished 1. I'm still buying 3, though.
85. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 20:05 BST
Ill tell you what. Atlus is for the hardcore gamer cus not to many of their games are easy. I also love the trauma center games and have only played a couple of the persona games.
86. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 17:19 BST
Got my copy of Snowboard Kids DS in. Very hard game to find without really paying a bit for a DS game. Its incredible just like the 2 on 64 are. Maybe one day they will release on VC.
87. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 17:32 BST
Etrian Odyssey 2 was great. Really looking forward to number 3. I like the new classes already!
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88. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 20:46 BST
I'm ready to have a high level ninja Still guessing if I'm going to have a farmer or not.
89. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 20:52 BST
@slapshot82 At first I thought you said "I already have a high level ninja" and I thought, "PIRATE!" Then I thought, "LEAK!!! WHERE??!!!?!11"
Then I re-read your post and thought, "...Oh. "
90. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 21:00 BST
Lol... well i do have a PlayStation Move game and Move isn't out yet lol.
I wish though but thankfully its only a few weeks out and Super Robot Taisen OG Saga has me hooked right now, games incredible!
91. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 21:03 BST
Is Super Robot Taisen OG Saga available in English? What's good about it?
I've heard general praise for it but nothing specific.
Edited on Fri 10th September, 2010 @ 21:05 by HolyMackerel
92. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 21:33 BST
Is Super Robot Taisen OG Saga available in English? What's good about it?I've heard general praise for it but nothing specific.
It's like a Turn-based RPG with Super Robot Taisen's level of absurdity and not-so-subtle fan service. Not to mention a fast-paced actiony battle system with awesomely overdone super moves. I hope they bring over the sequel to the U.S. as well. If not, I might just import it. It looks bloody spectacular.
Edited on Fri 10th September, 2010 @ 21:33 by CanisWolfred
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93. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 22:22 BST
@HMack.... We never did get a review here for the game, but Ill give you a bit more on it. The game is not for kids as it has Anime galore in it with very busty females and the dialogue by the main character who of course enjoyes the busty females makes lots of one liners that will literally have you laughing out loud. The maps are definately old shcool, but detailed. The fighting is so great for a RPG its insane, Basically you have 5 attacks per character that are string attacks in 2D style, you initiate each attack (that you can organize yourself and you will) with the A button and you can quick cancel the attacks for a "limit" type attack boost if you time it right, then at times you can pull another character out to keep the combo attacks going on and on to insane amounts of damage. Its very fun, and for the hard enemies they have insane amounts of HP, so stringing attacks and building Limits is a necessity as well as stopping attacks for healing up. Its quite strategic and frantic, but definatley fun. Oh and the limit attacks, they are flippin awesome. Tons of style, great characters and a must have for DS and any Atlus fan.
Oh and you can snag a copy at Gamestop for $15 bucks right now, and Id grab one as Atlus game get hard to find really quickly.
94. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 22:34 BST
@H-mac import away my friend. Never played it but it sounds fun!
95. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 22:46 BST
Speaking of Super Robot Taisen, I wonder if they'll bring over the Super Robot Taisen Gaiden remake, which they altered to make it part of the Original Generation story? I really hope they do. The Cybuster is one hell of a machine.
Oh, which also reminds me that we never got the PS2 Original Generation games either...
Edited on Fri 10th September, 2010 @ 22:49 by CanisWolfred
96. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 23:15 BST
@Mickey.... this is my first one in the series and as far as I know the only other two games are on the GBA and are not near the calibur that this one is.
97. Posted: Fri 10th Sep 2010 23:37 BST
Well, Super Robot Taisen is a series of strategy games (and excellent ones at that), so you can't really compare the two. Though I will admit that the GBA games aren't as good as the newer games in the series, they're still pretty damn good. The PS2 games were miles better, though, and I'm sure the DS one I mentioned would be great, too.
Besides, technically speaking, OG Saga is really a variation of Namco X Capcom, which was also an excellent strategy game, though they removed the strategy elements for some reason.
Edited on Fri 10th September, 2010 @ 23:41 by CanisWolfred
98. Posted: Sat 11th Sep 2010 03:28 BST
@Mickey.... good to know, my second PS2 hit the can and I never replaced it. It was the first console I really got into online shooters and racing games big time and didnt play hardly any RPGs on it and I dont think I played a Atlus game on the sysem. At some point I need to invest into another one and load up on the games, but its just so hard with so many games on systems I already have I want to get too lol.
99. Posted: Sat 11th Sep 2010 03:42 BST
$70 bucks for the Super Robot Taisen games imports.... Thats crazy for a DS game.... not that I havent spent $60 to import a GBA game once lol.
100. Posted: Sat 11th Sep 2010 20:59 BST
Sounds like a great game. The US version is out of stock on Play-Asia already.
I've just been playing more Trauma Team and finally got around to playing forensics (Dr. Kimishima). Seriously amazing! It's like a more serious Phoenix Wright. I only just finished the second case and the conclusion sent shivers up my spine.