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21. Posted: Fri 12th Jun 2009 04:52 BST
I sure hope so. I thought the very first part was more fun, but this is just dragging on and on and on.
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22. Posted: Tue 16th Jun 2009 05:41 BST
Yeah, I had this game. To bad it got wet, and my save file that I had been the furthest in happened to be the only one affected by the water...
Did anyone else try to figure out that confusing multiplayer in it? I never understood how to play it.
23. Posted: Tue 16th Jun 2009 05:48 BST
Golden Sun is fun, but it starts off reaaaaaaaaally slowly, to the point where I can't bring myself to replay it. Once the game really starts to kick off, though, it's great fun, and pretty too. Golden Sun DS is long overdue.
Also, for those unaware, Golden Sun was developed by Camelot Software Programming (formerly Sonic Software Programming) who's biggest claim to fame is the first three Shining Force games, so Golden Sun looks and feels like a traditional RPG based in the Shining Force universe might.
24. Posted: Tue 16th Jun 2009 14:56 BST
@RaccoonMario: Do you mean the Battle Mode where two people fight using their own characters? Yeah, I played that a couple times. You had to link the systems together and then go to the reception counter in the Battle Mode. If you're linked, the receptionist will say something to that effect, and then you'll go into battle with your front three characters. It was kinda fun for a few moments, but I was so much better than anyone I've played. My level 60 Chaos Lord Jenna is a beast.
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25. Posted: Wed 17th Jun 2009 15:09 BST
Yeah, it does start very slow. If you want my advice, I'd say try to play further.
Golden Sun is a game that only gets better later throughout the game. Right now, it's setting everything the story up, sot here's lots of dialogue. Puzzles will get more difficult to deal with, and pay attention to small details. When you'll try Golden Sun 2, you'll find out that the things you have done in the first that seemed insignificant were actually quite meaningful to the story's progression. Golden Sun 2 will have even deeper puzzles.
I'd also advise on getting everything on Golden Sun 1 so that you can transfer them to Golden Sun 2.
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