I got a free copy of Bastion for Steam but didn't play it all that much.
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Yeah, the PS3 version is not the optimal version. I noticed the audio cutting out and not being in sync more often compared to my experience with the 360 version, it crashed on me every once in a while, and the save and loading times seem longer.
But I played through it three times and going for four since getting it in June last year so I'm not necessarily complaining.
Either Dragon's Dogma or Persona 4 Golden sometime last year. They don't best Skyrim for me, but I'd put them in a recent top ten list or something.
Also vouching for making a second save. You seem to be at the point in the game were you can see almost all of the endings by fumbling around.
There is something that I reeeeaaaally want to mention that no one here has and that the GameFAQs guide leaves out, but it would spoil a few things.
Make a second save, but also as far as I know you can't get the best-best ending until you beat the game a second time anyway.
I looked into this and you don't have to do a second run. To get it, you pretty much follow the same process from the original game with one or two extra things to do along the way.
JRPGs. Aside from Persona, I really couldn't care less about the Y's, Tales, Star Ocean, and other series that aren't as popular as Final Fantasy. And as for Final Fantasy and Square in general, FF:XIII really sullied things for me, and Kingdom Hearts was getting too self indulgent after KH2 in my opinion, except for Birth By Sleep I guess.