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Tasuki

Out of that list the only games I have played are Dragon Warrior 1 & 2, Final Fantasy, and Breath of Fire.

If you are looking for something to connect storywise I would say either DW or BoF since Final Fantasy games don't really connect except for 10 and 10-2 or whatever its called.

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CanisWolfred

Tasuki wrote:

Out of that list the only games I have played are Dragon Warrior 1 & 2, Final Fantasy, and Breath of Fire.

If you are looking for something to connect storywise I would say either DW or BoF since Final Fantasy games don't really connect except for 10 and 10-2 or whatever its called.

Well, I'll keep that in mind, thanks.

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@Mickeymac, let me guess, you're stuck in the Darm Tower in Y's 1&2?

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MrArcade

All I know is that breath oof fire II for GBA was pretty damn awesome. Thats coming from a guy thats not a biig fan of RPGs.

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RR529

@Mickeymac, I don't know how retro you're willing to go, but there's Sword of Hope II and Dragon Crystal on eShop.

I'm not sure about Dragon Crystal, but Sword of Hope II seems to be really liked by those that have played it (including myself), from what I've heard.

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CanisWolfred

@RR299 - I appreciate the thought, but I'm actually saving Sword of Hope II for something special. Besides, I really want to stick to series I'm already familiar with right now.

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All I know is that breath oof fire II for GBA was pretty damn awesome. Thats coming from a guy thats not a biig fan of RPGs.

IMO, Breath of Fire 1 is even better. It's a fun, fast-paced RPG that doesn't do a whole lot different, but does everything just right. The whole series is pretty great, actually.

At the very least I've eliminated Tales of Phantasia. I'm still afraid to start it up, get really far in it, only to find that they're translating it for English release. Or worse, I finish it, and by the time it inevitably gets released in the US, I no longer feel like playing it again.

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Whopper744

So does anyone know of a good baseball game out there I can get a hold of?
I have all the Nintendo systems and a Xbox 360. Would prefer to get something that I would haven't to search on ebay for and pay 80 bucks for since it's rare.
I really like Mario Baseball on the Wii, but I'm looking for something a little more realistic too (maybe with MLB players so I can play as the Reds).
The gameboy one I downloaded on my 3DS kicks my butt so bad it's not funny...

Anyone have any good ideas?

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Tasuki

Well if you like an arcade style baseball game The Bigs 2 is great and since its been out for a few years its probably cheap. If you are looking for something a bit more realistic Major League Baseball 2K12 is great for a realistic baseball game and its available on the Wii and 360.

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MikeDanger

@Mickeymac Dude I don't know if you're still asking but go with Phantasy Star. IMO that's the best one of your list there, and it has aged beautifully. Why? Well you know why it's a futuristic JRPG set in an post apocalyptic future. Man I wish Sega would do more with this IP. I mean Phantasy Star 0 is ok, but nothing compared to the original 4.

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RevolverLink

Now that I'm hooked on the show Game of Thrones, I'm trying to decide whether I should buy the books in paperback or if I should get them for my Kindle.

Normally I'd just go with the (seemingly always cheaper when it comes to anything I want to read...) physical copies, but I also feel like I should buy something for my Kindle sometime, if only to partially justify owning one.

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CanisWolfred

They cost about the same, so I dunno what to tell you. Personally, I think $9 for a digital book is a tad high.

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RevolverLink

If I was just getting the first book, the price difference (a buck) wouldn't be anything to think about, but I'm looking more at getting the bundles of the first 4 books, which end up costing $8-9 more if you buy them for an e-reader instead of in paperback.

I'll probably just end up getting them in paperback, like I always do; I'd just like to use my Kindle for something. I got it as a gift last year and I feel bad for not really using it ever.

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CanisWolfred

I know what you mean, and I think originally Kindle books were cheaper when they first came out.

Why don't you get a really heavy book? Those would be much better as a digital copy.

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ShinRPGGamer

So I want to try a Dyanasty Warriors/ Warriors Orichi/ Samurai warriors game on the PSP and i'm wondering which on I should go with. Any suggestions would be appriciated.

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CanisWolfred

Unfortunately, the worst ones seem to be the only one with demoes (The Strikeforce games), and those are the only ones I've played. I have heard that DW Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are both good, from our own OlympicCho and from a user on another site. Probably the easiest to get into, too, since they're the base games in the series and they're the cheapest to get ahold of, last I checked. Warriors Orochi kinda requires knowing the characters from the series already.

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SammyOfMobius

Okay just let me tell you guys a secret... I never played Super Mario 3D Land. I've played it at a retailer but never actually owned it and got deep into the game. I heard it was great, but I also have my eye on Paper Mario Sticker Star. Should I buy 3D Land or Sticker Star? I've never actually liked a Paper Mario game better than a Super Mario game, but I want you guys's thoughts.

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