I want to buy this sweet-ass game called ff9. I've been wanting to buy it for a while but it's not on steam or anything. Where is a place I can get it that doesn't involve me figuring out to use an emulator or buy a playstation 1?
Is different in that you playing on smaller screen, and music sounds slightly different but still same. Also instead of big cartridge you have nice compact gbc cartridge, feels good to put in gb cartridges, that's total + to me. If you lucky you have ac adapter so you play long time all day. Have fun OP gbc is good game.
Skorp (スコープ) is a scorpion-like badnik from Sonic & Knuckles found in Sandopolis Zone. These wheeled robots roll around the ground, and whip out their stingers when approached. It's a bit annoying to avoid it's attack, but if you do, jump/roll into the badnik to destroy it. A good tactic for defeating this badnik is to get within range, stop, jump over his tail, and Spin Dash into him when he's bringing his tail back in.
Now that the dust has finally settled, can we all agree he's the best common enemy in S3K?
>>2837476 What the friendly ghosts? No I like them. I'm just not sure I'm convinced they qualify as regular enemies. They seem more like a level-specific gimmick in a way. I'm honestly not sure what way to go with that one. Thoughts?
>>2837402 Langrisser and Growlanser series are well known because you can really cover the spectrum of alignements, in some of those you can even become the legit bad guy and even kill your former companions if you so desire, which is pretty great. The games are also chock full of choices which not only lead you to different routes and endings but also slightly alter the general route scenario as well.
The SaGa series is one of those games that pioneered the hard gameplay roleplay by letting your characters get stronger... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2837489 Dark Law is a minor title which feaures a neat stat system that tries to simulate real life standards in a way, each time one of your characters is KO'd you permanently lose one Stamina Point, Stamina is very important because it's used to calculate your movement range, status resistance and duration and also a few damage calculations, you might also lose other stats permanently making battles very tense, though later on in the game the difficulty goes down quite a bit. Regarding quests, some scenarios... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Ultima III: Exodus - It doesn't seem like many Ultima fans really care for this game, but U3 got me into open-world RPGs in the first place.
Some honorable mentions include: Metroid series Dungeon Magic: Sword of the Elements (something of a hidden gem on the NES) Dragon Quest I and II Final Fantasy I and II Romancing SaGa (and most other SaGa games, for that matter) King's Field series
I recently started daggerfall, never played back when it was first released. It is fucking great. I like the dungeons and their maps is sick. It's scary how huge it really is. I had to change the keyboard setup a fuck ton to get it comfy. You can walk for days and there is some glitchyness that adds another level of play. I haven't even left daggerfall province yet.
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