NG+ is hard for me just because I often don't want to start playing a game immediately again right when I finish it. I'm the type of person who likes to play a wide variety of games, moving to the next upon completion. Furthermore, I feel that if I don't play a NG+ right away, I tend to forget enough about how a game plays that I want to start it over again.
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@civid: I have found what I think to be all the Persona soundtracks, including P3P and Golden, on Japanese iTunes. It does take a bit of searching, however, since they are only searchable in Japanese (ペルソナ seems to do the job as a search). They are pretty expensive, but they at least they are all available? Also, the Bayonetta soundtrack does not seem to be on there.
For awhile, game soundtracks made up the majority of my music library due to a few music bundles I got cheaply and my lack of desire to purchase music (instead of just listening to it on Youtube). Nowadays, JPOP/KPOP make up a far greater percentage of my (vastly increased in just a year or so) library. I really like some of it, like the Nier soundtrack, but I feel I get tired of game music if I hear too much of it back-to-back.
@humanity: Music taste is a very weird thing indeed. I can rarely predict if I'm going to like something, even from groups I really enjoy, so it's a bit of a guessing game for me too. I actually really enjoy music where I can't understand the lyrics (although I'm getting there slowly with Japanese). Likely, this is because I've never really cared about what was being said in a song and instead focused on how it was being said/sang. It's fascinating, really. I wish we understood what it was about a person's brain that makes them inclined to like country over rap or something similar.
And nothing of value was lost.
Pretty much. DA: I may turn out to be amazing, but it still won't be what I want from a DA game. In fact, it sounds to be even less of what I want from a DA game. And is anyone really bummed out about Battlefield: Hardline after the mess that was Battlefield 4?
Definitely one at a time. Lately, I've been only playing one game period at a time, instead of my old ways of playing like three or four at a time. I may, however, change this trend for Divinity (which I just started) because it feels like a game I can't focus on for long periods of time--it feels more like a game I want to play in two-three hour chunks.
I worked on playing VIII, IX, and XII this year, since I had barely seen any of them before. I still haven't played pretty much any of the pre-VII games, except for a decent chunk of FFIV before I threw it across the room in a fit of rage (stupid hard DS version). I don't know if I care enough about those early ones to even bother, barring VI--I'll probably only play that if they rerelease in some way, though.
@truitt: You should! They're both great!
Surprisingly, nope. I usually have a really hard time picking classes in games like this, but I fell in love with the Hunter pretty quickly. The combination of the double jump, knife throw, and the awesome hooded class items makes it my prime choice for sure.