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  1. It feels smaller because of how segmented the regions are. But playing through the game I didn't feel like it was too cramped or large. The game had a good use of the space in the world map. Also the world feels a lot larger when you are able to start sailing.
  2. This past week was a pain. I had a spot appear in my vision that made me have a panic attack since I had to deal with an eye hemorrhage two months ago that caused some sight problems. The mark that the hemorrhage left hasn't gone away but gotten better. The new spot scared me that my eyes were failing. Had to do an emergency call and had a friend drive me down to get checked out. Only being told that it was a floater and nothing to be concerned about. I can still see it so it is annoying. But oh well. As long as it is not getting worse. Got another appointment next month to check up on my eye. This summer has been one of the worst with my mom's health issues and my eyes going bad. At least I will be able to end this terrible summer with some Dragon Quest next week. At least I had a lot of fun this summer with fighting game tournaments. I remain fairly optimistic for the rest of the year.
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    Switch RPGs...?

    I finally completed all of the games in Collection of Mana. It was a lot of fun. Final Fantasy Adventure: The one thing I hate about older games is cryptic BS. And this game did infuriate me with it. The "Palm Trees and 8" clue was the dumbest thing I have had to go through in a game in years. There was no way to get passed it without having to go to a walkthrough. Towards the end of the game you also had to find one crystal to destroy in an area filled with them to progress. Again, that would have taken me several hours to do. The dungeons were a bit annoying since the progression was locked behind hidden doors you destroy (like Legend of Zelda) so you had to get in the habit of hitting every wall to find them. But this didn't become much of an issue later when you get the weapon that allows you to destroy walls. The translation was pretty bad, but it was good enough to know what was going on and where to go. Outside of a few frustrating points, I had some fun with this game. Secret of Mana: I have heard people praise this game for so many years. I did play it when it first came out on the Wii VC but didn't get that far into it. My biggest complaint is the AI. They either get stuck behind objects when I am trying to move, or they sometimes don't go through with a command I give them. That ended up causing some frustration. While it wasn't that problematic, you can obviously tell that the end of the game had some content cut out. The pacing of the game was done well until you had to go to The Moon Palace. After that the game felt rushed. It really didn't bother me, but I can't help feel on how the game would have been as the developers intended. I had a lot of fun with this game, and wouldn't mind playing it again with a friend in the future. Trials of Mana: I don't have many negative things with this game. The game did have some glitched text in the menus, which I am guessing had to do with how badly the text was programmed into the game. The menu and item sorting as a bit annoying. Outside of that this game was REALLY good. It is a damn shame it never got released outside of Japan until recently. This game is so much fun. I am looking forward to the remake that is coming out next year. Considering that Trials of Mana has 3 major paths with different bosses, I think I am going to try to beat the game at least one more time before the big release next Friday.
  4. That is actually pretty cool. Farfetch'd is one of my favorites. Might just pick the game up now lol
  5. I highly doubt we will get a trailer in 2020. Dragon Quest XI started development in 2013 and didn't release until 2017. It was reported in July that SE just started the prep work for XII. I say it would be safe to bet that we will get a trailer by mid 2022. Next year? I highly doubt that.
  6. I mostly want them to use on my PC personally. But the NES ones sold out when they first came out as well. Just a waiting game on when they restock.
  7. I had to pass on it as well. Rune Factory 4 done my wallet in for the rest of the month. It looks like the controllers sold out as well. Can't say I am surprised by that.
  8. Heads up. The SNES controllers are available now. https://snesc.nintendo.com/super-nintendo-entertainment-system-controllers
  9. Neat. I finally have something to spend those stupid Nintendo Gold points on!
  10. I got a Pathfinder campaign going on all day tomorrow. Other then that probably going to watch anime and try to finish up Collection of Mana this weekend.
  11. Tell me about it. I pretty much threw my social life out the window for a month and played the game non-stop. I already have three playthroughs planned for the Switch so I don't know if I will even be alive by time I am done with it.
  12. Why stop there? Buy TWO Nintendo Switches and just tape them together like a clam. The combined resolution would be more then 1080p!
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