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  1. I've been playing Tales of Vesperia on the xbox 360. This is the first Tales game since Symphonia that I really enjoy. Sometimes I've played the game for 4 hours at a time...a record for me nowadays.
  2. I must play through games quick then, because my DQVIII game took about 70 hours including the Dragovian trials. I played DWVII at about the same pace, though I had to grind a lot more in DWVII.
  3. DWVII is definitely the longest DQ/DW game. Playing through it normally without doing all the extras, it took me a little over 100 hours. Had I gone and did everything, I'd have put as much time as Slime Master did, or more. It was surprising how DQVIII took a serious plunge in the amount of content.
  4. I'm currently playing Dragon Quest Swords. I regret not getting this sooner, because it turned out to be a great game that I underestimated
  5. Overall, how do you rate Lost Odyssey, rpgking? (Story-wise, music, etc.) I plan on playing it next after Blue Dragon. Have you played Blue Dragon, yet? Made by the same people as Lost Odyssey. I'm hearing LO is one of (if not) the best RPGs right now for the XBox 360 by many people... that may change, though, with Tales of Vesperia later this summer. I have played & own Blue Dragon. I consider Blue Dragon to be a "modern traditional RPG". The story in Blue Dragon was a bit cliched but I enjoyed the game overall, since I am a fan of traditional RPGs. Lost Odyssey is in a whol
  6. I'm on the 4th disc of Lost Odyssey for the XBox360 and I'm about 50 hours in. This game is just amazing, and it's the first RPG in a while that I could play for over 2 hours at a time and still have the desire to keep going.
  7. Member impersonation is just tasteless...

  8. My currently playing list: -Super Mario Galaxy (Wii) -Final Fantasy V (GBA/DS) -Mass Effect (Xbox360) -Tales of Phantasia PSX (PC) Yeah...I'm not very good at sticking with one game. What I've recently completed: -Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS) -Ys: The Oath in Felghana (PC) -Rogue Galaxy (PS2)
  9. I've been playing Baten Kaitos Origins on the Gamecube, and this is the first game in a while that I had to force myself to stop playing at times. The story just draws me in like no other, and the battle system has been overhauled greatly since the first game. Now it is actually fast-paced semi active-time, and as always battles are a real test of skill. The bosses in this game can be so unforgiving at times (I've died A LOT), and that just makes the game more appealing in my opinion since RPGs nowadays are way too easy. This is a must-have RPG for the Gamecube, and probably the last that
  10. Later on, Terranigma has so much depth to it and it's amazing that an action RPG was able to achieve this level of depth. Definitely one of my most favorite games of all time.
  11. Sure, I would like those ISOs I've already seen the insane prices that Suikoden II goes for, and I don't think I'd be buying these from eBay. I'll be on AIM this weekend including Friday evening as rpgkingDWL. I forgot what my MSN messenger account was. EDIT: This was a response to Kage, obviously. By the way, for Suikoden V fans who've completed the game but missed an awesome but sad scene involving Roy, here it is. I didn't see this scene because of one of the choices I made, but it was for the best... It'll be a long time til I replay Suikoden V again just to make alternate ch
  12. I finished Suikoden V on Monday. This game had one of the best and most thorough storylines I've come across in a long time, and it makes me want to go and play some of the other Suikodens I missed out on(Like 1 & 2). It's amazing how there were so many characters, and a good majority of them are memorable characters who have a backstory to them.
  13. A fellow Heroes of Might and Magic fan? It's a rare occasion to meet someone who has even heard of the Heroes of Might and Magic series. Yes, I'm estactic and can't wait to play Heroes V when it comes out next month. Heroes IV wasn't bad, but I still prefer Heroes III (especially with the Armegeddon expansion). Great series that I've played since day 1 (back in 1995 I think the first Heroes game was released). I've also played since day 1. HoMM was the game that forced me to upgrade to Windows 95. It wouldn't run on my Windows 3.11 system, so I just "had" to have a new computer my senior
  14. I still need to finish the first Atelier Iris. I kept getting sidetracked with other stuff when playing that game. And now having Suikoden V doesn't help the Atelier Iris situation since I can't get enough of it! lol Anyway, I'll be visiting here a lot more often now.
  15. Been playing Suikoden V and loving it. I haven't gotten too far due to being busy with school, but that's about to change after this week!
  16. Isn't it a lot more rewarding though to be able to relax with a game as good as DQVIII after a long, hard series of work? I've been going through tough periods of work and grad school projects myself lately. Some weeks I'm working almost all day, but there are those nice weeks in between heavy work loads where I can just relax and that is the best time to play videogames.
  17. I recently finished Dawn of Sorrow and am playing through Julius Mode. Also, I've been playing Shadow of the Colossus. This is one of the most beautiful and fun games I have ever played. It's straight to the point since the only enemies are the colossi, and each colossus battle is very epic. You can easily notice just how monstrously large and powerful these creatures really are, and it is just amazing to climb around on them.
  18. I tried out Metal Drakee for a while, and it just doesn't feel right. I would appreciate it if you could change me back to rpgking since most people here know me by that name. That's gonna be it for my name changes.
  19. Hey Woodus. Could you change my name to Metal Drakee? I'm trying to slowly phase out rpgking.
  20. I've been playing through Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap. I thought Wind Waker was easy, but this game even tops Wind Waker in easiness.
  21. I found Metroid Prime 2 to be extremely dull at first, compared to the first game. But now that I get to explore more of Dark Aether and fight some real bosses, the game got a lot more interesting.(Enough so to make it hard to put the controller down) Next game on my list after this one is Resident Evil 4. I've been hearing good things about this.
  22. Metroid Prime 2: 5 hours in. I'd have a lot more time if it weren't for work and grad school.
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