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Currently, I'm going back and replaying Xenogears.
Such a good decision, man. Now, I know a lot of hardcore Xenogears fans disdain the Xenosagas, but I love them just as much. Those games blew my mind. Though I don't think my mind was ever quite able to cope with the strangeness of some of the elements. Every so often I wake up in the middle of the night and think. . .
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"0_0 . . . Jesus was in that game. . . and one of the main characters was an angel that guarded his tomb. . . and another one was Mary Magdalene. . . .wtf?"

I seriously love them though. Not the most action packed. And it felt mostly like a movie. But the Jungian and gnostic themes kept it beyond fresh in my book.

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I swear to God, I'll pistol-whip the next guy who :mad:!

BTW, I'm playing Ace Attorney: Trial and Tribulations.




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EDIT: I wanna play the Fable for PC... ;-;

Yeah, it's pretty good. The save system is atrocious, though. I don't mind check points, but when they're an hour of game play apart...*sigh*
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Ocarina of time, of course  :mad:

Majora's Mask is better :mad:

No it's not. :mad:

Both of them are awesome.  :mad:
I say OoT. I remember when I was really young, I got to the adult Link stage but never beat the Forest Temple because I was too scared of the wall crawlers. :V



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Been playing TF2 and Chaos Project's Beta.
should be playing some L4D tomorrow.

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I'm playing "Prinny: Can I Really Be a Hero?" on my PSP, dood~
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Garry's Mod. 8D

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I downloaded a non-steam version of TF2 and I'm practicing lol
with bots..
Which don't move.
But I got the script so, yeah. It's a fun game with cool graphics.






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Been playing Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2
though TF2 sounds interesting. I might have to try it soon

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Castlevania: Order Of Ecclesia

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Castlevania: Order Of Ecclesia

is that any good?

I'm playing "Prinny: Can I Really Be a Hero?" on my PSP, dood~

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I'm playing "Prinny: Can I Really Be a Hero?" on my PSP, dood~

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lol, well, I can't resist the urge to play as a Prinny. They're funny and you got to love how Etna forces practically works them to death -- err, literally.

Anyways, I'm also playing Suikoden on my PSP. Just like to reminisce, lol
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Crysis is great. People only say it's bland because they're trying to sound like "refined video game connosouirs". The graphics are pretty, yes, but most people don't understand why Crysis is so requirements heavy.

The truth is, Crytek wanted to make the game future-proof, so they decided to make the highest settings nearly impossible to use on this gen's hardware. Truthfully, nobody is supposed to play it on very high, or even high, really. They knew this when they made it. They only included mind-blowing graphics in the game so that in 5 years, when you have new hardware, Crysis isn't just another old game that you have fond memories of playing. You can actually load it up and it looks completely better than you remember it, and it holds up to other games of the next gen.

Sounds reasonable, TBH, I'm not looking for anything "new and fresh" atm, I want something that reminds me of Quake 2. Stuff like that. A solid story would be niec too.

Never played Majora's Mask, but OoT is fo shizzle a lot of fun. The floor masters scared the hell out of me,too.  ;8

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Never played Majora's Mask, but OoT is fo shizzle a lot of fun. The floor masters scared the hell out of me,too.  ;8

You should definitely give it a play. The story in MM is much darker than OoT, and while the game may be short ( 4 dungeons only ), you will still keep playing it thanks to the larger variety of side-quest MM has.

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exit fate. neat rm game thats like a suikoden clone. front page on tigsource if anyone wants to try

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My DSFire card broke because of a horrible sink mishap, so I only have 3 DS games to play now. Luckily, they're all pretty good.

Ecclesia is pretty fun. I'm a huge fan of Castletroid games, and this one is a bit of an expansion on the theme. It's more like Castlevania 2, in that you're traveling to a bunch of smaller zones. At first it seems really easy, (except the bosses, which are excruciating,) but things ramp up pretty well once you get to the main castle. I'm really obsessive about collecting in these games, and collecting is less of a chore here because it seems that they increased your odds of finding rare treasure drops and glyphs. I don't mind the glyph system, but it seems like I'm sticking with two sets of glyphs for most of the game. I'm almost done with it, so I might post something about the whole thing afterward.

I'm also playing the Final Fantasy 4 remake, which is pretty much exactly what I expected. There is one thing that was kind of annoying to me, and I don't remember if this was in the SNES or GBA versions, since it's been so long since I've played either. When Cecil becomes a paladin on Mt. Ordeals, the game drops his level all the way back down to 1. This means that all the time you spend grinding him before this is just wasted. It's a small thing, but it was a little discouraging. Oh, and the voice work is surprisingly good for a Square game.

Lastly, I'm finally getting around to play Phantom Hourglass, which is blowing me away. Of course Nintendo is going to find the best way to use their own hardware, but the controls are so intuitive that I didn't realize until about halfway through the game that I wasn't using any of the face buttons, save bringing up my map every so often. I love this game so much that I almost don't want to beat it.

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Bouncing between a couple of games, but since my PS2 and Wii are at home (all I could bring was my DS because neither my roomie or I were bringing a TV), mostly they're DS/GBA games.

Playing through FFV Advance, only my second time through, oddly enough. I missed this when I was playing through the series originally- my knowledge of Final Fantasy went FF3, FF4, FF6... etc. So it's nice to play through it. I enjoy the job system, especially the fact that Mimes/Freelancers get all of the abilities and stats of mastered jobs, and in the end I ended up grinding through my jobs quite quickly. The last room of the Void before Exdeath? Seriously, 26-30 AP a kill is nice, and then when you kill the movers and see 199 AP for a win? Beautiful. Seriously, though, getting the jobs maxed is worth it- I managed to slaughter Omega with a team at level 40. Spellblade Thundaga + Rapid Fire ftw.

Another game I found myself coming back to was FFTA2 (yes, I'm on a Final Fantasy kick of late). Honestly, the downside to both TA and TA2 (I haven't played the original yet) is that once you've beaten the game, the few missions and stuff they throw in afterwards really kinda pales to everything you did up to that point. It's like saying "Congratulations, you beat the game, now GTFO." It makes me just a little sad inside. But overall, it's a nice game, and one that still brought me back just 'cause I have the completionist need to finish every mission.

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