I had Lufia 2 as a kid and finally decided to get Lufia and give it a shot.
I like Lufia 2. I think it's a great JRPG. I like the puzzles and the IP system. I figured I'd finally try out the original and see what it's all about. I just got out of the Ghost Cave.
How anyone thought this was good is beyond me.
The enemy targeting system is one of the dumbest thing's I've ever seen. Frequently making you distribute your damage against multiple enemies, basically making whether or not... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I say finish it just to say you did. You never know, it might pick up. RPGs tend to get more fun as you gain access to more skills, more customisation and more challenging battles. From what I've seen, there are many people who love Lufia 2 but don't like Lufia 1 so you're not alone.
>>2912761 >Not sure why people love 5 but hate on 6 5 is usually seen as one of the worst ones outside of contrarians. It lacks almost anything new (for Mega Man standards). 6 is what 5 should've been, but its still too easy for my tastes. Heck I think its by far the easiest Mega Man. I'd get the Legacy Collection if it was 5 bucks seeing how they never took advantage of remaking the engines. Capcom didn't even put it on sale during Steam Sales.
What's the best way to de-yellow a PlayStation 1? as you can see, that's my PlayStation 1. It may not appear yellow in the image but it's pretty noticeable in real life. How would I go about removing this tiny bit of yellow? Any help is appreciated.
Anybody have the metal plate that connects a Model 2 Sega CD and the black plastic Base Extender for Model 1s? I have the black plastic part but not the metal plate that goes between the two pieces. Email in name, let me know.
>>2912481 >English PAL copy Highly sought after. You'll be paying through the ass for it.
>repro cart You might as well buy a random sports game and write "Terranigma" on it with a marker. A friend of mine has a reproduction Mona Lisa that he keeps insisting is just as good as the real thing.
>>2912334 There's a special spirit about them at least to me. They come from a time the mere existence of video games was a wonder. They have a simultaneous fascination and fear of future about them, much like the early synth music and other breakthroughs from that zeitgeist.
Of course, that was lost when the campy kitsch of the 80s took over
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