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  1. I'm pretty sure they just straight inserted Toriyama's art. It does look out of place. Looks like they also redrew the field sprites to be less pixelated It's not as bad as the SNES FF mobile versions I guess, but I don't know why they'd bother
  2. I didn't realize they'd "smoothed" the pixels...dealbreaker for me
  3. ..........oof I'll stick to the mobile versions.
  4. Probably going to get crucified for this, but there's something about VIII that always felt weirdly lackluster and disappointing to me given how gorgeous and grand it was.
  5. Sorry for bumping such an old thread, but does anyone know if this method works? EDIT: Just did it with a 3DS homebrew called Checkpoint and it works! Wow, I've been brooding over not having the DLC for years because I didn't want to drop money on an adapter.
  6. I was looking all over for something like this. Thank you! I was just going to say, I actually really liked this touch.
  7. Welp, I'm having a lot of fun with these. Haven't had any problems yet. Not sure if they'll replace my GBC ones for replays, but it's cool I can (legitimately) bring DQ with me on the go.
  8. Nearing the end of Chrono Trigger (DS) and just started Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits. I think I'm going to move on to either Star Ocean: First Departure or Chrono Cross when I'm done with the former.
  9. In the past month I've beaten Final Fantasy IV DS and the Dragon Warrior I+II GBC remakes. I'm replaying through the remake of III at the moment to get me hyped for Dragon Quest IV DS! I also started Brave Fencer Musashi again and Rogue Galaxy for the first time, but I'm putting them on hold until after DQIV. On the non-RPG side of things, I downloaded PixelJunk Eden and Bionic Commando: Rearmed from PSN and am loving both of them immensely. I also picked up Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed for PSP and have been playing through a handful of the games included. My personal favourite was Quiz & Dragons, which is like a trivia board game mixed with RPG elements. It's cheesy as hell but it's fun. I'm also trying to master the god-awful first Street Fighter game, which is hard to do because it controls so poorly. In terms of online games, I've been playing Final Fantasy XI and Lord of the Rings Online almost everyday, with some Metal Gear Online on the side.
  10. Yikes, I've been playing the crap out of Final Fantasy III DS and I'm almost done. I just went through Eureka and am about to head into the tower, but I don't want to because it's pretty much the end of the game, I think. I just got it 5 days ago. ARRRGH! I even tried to get some more play out of it by fighting all the optional bosses, but there's still barely any time on my clock. I still need to do the Wi-Fi stuff, so that should keep me busy. I'm also going to level the Jobs I know I'm using for the last boss up to 99. Overall, I've enjoyed the game a lot. I'm just kind of sad that I'm almost done with it.
  11. Geeze, just hearing of such dedication and length of game makes me want to play it. I'll have to dust off the ole FFXII demo & give it another try. I'm going to get a few hours of power-leveling in today on FFIII. I want to wipe the ass of the guy who beat me and wasted 2 hours the other day. I honestly don't think playing the demo again will help you appreciate the game more. If you played the demo and hated it, chances are replaying it will just give you more bad impressions of the game overall. The battle system, storyline, amount of customization and side-quests really make the game one of the most enjoyable and satisfying Final Fantasy titles to date. I highly recommend it, even if you have some reservations after hearing about the battle system and playing the demo like a lot of people did (me included). It doesn't do this masterpiece of a game any justice.
  12. I just beat FFXII. My clock was around 150 hours when I decided to give the side quests a break and just head for the final battle. I still have a ton of stuff to do (a handful of Marks, about 15 more Rare Game, and the optional Bestiary pages), so I don't doubt my clock will be around 200+ hours before I get 100% on everything. I'm giving it a break, though, because I have a bunch of games I still need to play, and I didn't want to get sick of the game by playing it too much. I haven't grown tired of it yet though, and I actually kind of miss it. Can't wait to get back into it in a few months. Anyway, right now I'm playing The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on my Gamecube. I'm about 11 hours in and loving it. On the side, I'm playing FFII for FF Origins on my PS1. I'm nearing the end of the game and am surprisingly having a lot of fun. I dreaded the development system when I first downloaded a ROM of it/bought the game a few years ago, but I'm digging it thusfar. I'm playing it before I start FFIII DS, and then after that I'm going to replay the rest of the series. I told myself I'd do this years ago if they ever released FFIII in North America because I'm a dork.
  13. Mine would have to be Dragon Quest III. I loved I and II when they first came out, but DQIII just blew me away at the time. It and Final Fantasy IV are tied as my favourite RPGs of all time. Dragon Quest VII is also up there. I'm sure Dragon Quest VIII will by my favourite too. I've been drooling over videos and screenshots since they first surfaced. I got it for Christmas and was insanely excited, but before I could do anything other than wander around the first town and admire the graphics my PS2 broke. When it happened it was like a kick in the face since it had been my most anticipated RPG since FFX four years prior. I'm getting a new PS2 in two weeks, though, so don't be surprised if I edit this post to gush about it!
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