Games I Really Should Get Around To Completing
See the title.
See the title.
I like the game system, although NIS's stories have been getting steadily less and less interesting.
Blah, swapping discs on my PS2 is a pain in the butt. That, and there are so many other PS2 games I haven't completed. Still, this game is so neat and so different that it's a shame I haven't spent more time with it.
I have no excuse here, except... IT'S A FREAKIN' LONG GAME. Plus, SRW OG Gaiden.
I have no excuse here, except... IT'S A FREAKIN' LONG GAME. Plus, SRWZ.
Shouldn't be too hard to complete this. Maybe I'll see if I can do it next weekend.
In the DS queue, right behind Etrian Odyssey II.
"Momma, my psycho-bitch commanding officer scares the hell outta me. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to spend the night with her..." Seriously, the characters in this installment have Issues. Almost as bad as Lloyd from FM1... Still, the combat is damn good fun, and the graphics are terrific. If you didn't know, you might almost think it's an Xbox 360 or PS3 game.
Well, I haven't even STARTED it, but the point stands.
All that I wanted to say about this has been said in my mini-review (see my Collection).
What can I say?
I guess I can start this again after I'm done with Etrian Odyssey II.
I really like this, which makes me wonder why I put it down in the first place...
Edit: Now playing.
Now playing during those rare occasions when I can tear myself away from Monster Hunter.
Now playing. This is my default portable game when the PSP runs low on juice. (Yes, I carry a PSP and a DS around. Got a problem with that?)
Funny, I enjoyed Phantom Hourglass a lot more. Maybe I just didn't give this one enough time. (Stopped just after Link's first wolf transformation.)
I just can't be arsed to catch 'em all, really. Pity, as I really like this game - wish I had the time to really sit down and mess around with the landscaping options. Better Pinata Homes and Gardens ftw!
Excellent as art, but the gameplay - well, I don't know. I feel bad for not enjoying this more, but really I don't find it as catchy as some of the other stuff in my collection.
This game is pretty challenging tactically; it doesn't seem to leave a lot of room for fooling around... But then, Monster Hunter is pretty much a permanent fixture in my PSP's UMD slot, so it'll be tough to get around to playing this.
I dunno, the design bit is fun, but the rest of the gameplay is a bit meh. Still, I did pay for it...
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