Nu är jag här med del tre i mitt försök att klara 52 spel på ett år! Ett försök som inte går så vidare bra kan jag säga, men vi får se vad det slutar med efter ett år. Så länge spelen är bra är jag nöjd. Som ni ser i titeln så är detta spel 15-21 som gäller. Vi får se hur listan ser ut nästa gång. =)
Ett spel från min barndom som jag aldrig klarat, mest för att jag aldrig har spela det förbi första banan ens! Känt det har hängt över mig ett tag och beslutade mig äntligen att ta tag i det. Det kändes skönt och det är ett trevligt lir, lite väl lätt dock. Men det har den där otroligt härliga charmen som Capcom hade på NES-tiden.
Den avslutande delen i Uncharted-serien, om man får tro Naughty Dog själva och vilken underbar resa det har varit! Spelet levde verkligen upp till mina förväntningar, det är nog också ett av de snyggaste spel jag har någonsin spelat. Gillar ni äventyr och gillar Uncharted-serien så är det ingen tvekan om att ni ska spela detta spelet! Ett av de bästa spelen jag spelat i år.
En mini-serie i Telltales Walking Dead spel, där vi får stötta på Michonne. Jag trodde man skulle ta chansen att göra en djupdykning in i karaktärens bakgrund. Medans man får veta lite så var det mycket mindre än jag trodde, även om jag köpte spelet på rea för 60kr så känner jag mig snuvad på de pengarna. Tog inte speciellt lång tid att ta sig igenom detta, trodde det skulle i alla fall vara som hälften av de andra två WD spelen, men nope…
Efter att ha sett den nyaste Turtles filmen blev jag sugen på att spela lite Turtles. Första tanken var att återvända till Turtles in Time till SNES, men så kom jag på att jag aldrig kört Hyperstone Heist. Det var inte alls lika kul som Turtles in Time, tråkigare banor, färre bossar och så återvänds tre st av dem vid ett tillfälle. Fortfarande ett rätt trevligt spel, men kändes inte alls uppe i Turtles in Time nivån för egen del.
Intresset för detta spelet var inte alls stort ut, såg ut som ett budget spel och visst är det sant att det inte har den bästa budgeten. Men det är ett spel som överraskade mig rätt mycket, det var ett väldigt intressant spel och jag gillade storyn. Går inte in på den så mycket, men känner du som mig att spelet inte såg så värst hett ut så rekommenderar jag att testa det! Ni blir kanske lika överraskade som jag blev.
Ett spel som jag var extatisk över när det kom upp på Kickstarter, äntligen en chans för ett Mega Man spel igen av snubben som arbetat med just Mega Man. Men förseningar på förseningar, gjorde att man tappade suget, sedan ser det inte så värst het ut heller.Men trots de besvikelserna blev det ett helt okej spel ändå i mitt tyckte, långt ifrån vad jag hade hoppats på men ändå ett helt okej spel. Om man drar ner sina förväntningar en del.
Ett efterlängtat JRPG. Det trista med spelet är att det är rätt kort, tog mig under 20timmar att klara. Men då gjorde jag inga sidequests eller powerlevlade någonstans. Men det var trevligt och även om det var trist att det var kort, så var det ändå lite uppfriskande med ett kortade JRPG. Helt klart värt att spela igenom och ett betydligt bättre spel än fjärde Star Ocean spelet, kanske inte på alla punkter men definitivt när det gäller karaktärerna.
Tags: 52 spel på 1 år, Capcom, JRPG, Mighty No.9, Murdered, NES, PlayStation 4, PSP, Star Ocean, Uncharted
I’ve been playing RPGs now since 1999 and it all started with Lunar Silver Star Story for Playstation 1. I have said this a thousand times, that it was my very first jrpg. And love at first sight, everything was so new to me and it felt great. I had a very hard time at that point in my life, I didn’t know if I wanted to continue living… It was bad, but Lunar SSSC changed that for a bit. I found the adventures that jrpg had to be most filling, at least filling a part if me that continued to cary on. So the Lunar series helped me with some of my problems, so it is indeed a very important game for me.
That is why I am mostly dissapointed with the PSP remake, that came out a couple of years ago. I think ut was also released on IOS fairly recently. I was sad from the start that Gaijin Works (used to be Working Designs) had nothing to do with this new English translation. It really missed all the good stuff, the new voiceactors are trrible in their roles. And I do like the voiceactors, very much so. But not for the characters or Lunar, I feel like they are missing their soul, or something like that.
The PSP version is too easy, I’ve never had any trouble getting through the game. And I did it fast to, it tiok me 22hours… Now this could just have been because the PS1 game was my first jrpg, but it took me 61hours to complete. And I was about 20-30levels higher than I was when facing the last boss in the Ps1 version and I still had problems with him. While I was around level 44 now and beat him with ease.
This can be me having gained more experience in the genre, but I was so dissapointed with the clear time and how easy the boss fell. Now I only feel sad, I do not like this remake. And now I am afraid to play the PS1 version again, I rather have my memory of it being the game I love, than it ending up dissapointing me.
Maybe I have outgrown the series, maybe its just a really crappy remake. Maybe the PS1 version is equally as bad? I honestly don’t want to think so and I don’t want to find out. I’ll keep the warm memory of the game untarnished and continue to love it like I used to. I’m not picking up the PSP version again at least.
Ahh… I really needed to clear my head from all these thoughts.
Tags: Gaijinworks, Games, JRPG, Lunar, PSP, Remake, Thoughts, Working Designs
XSEED Games has just announced that they are releasing the PSP remake of Lunar Silver Star Story in the US! This is the most awesome news I’ve heard in awhile! Honestly I’m super hyped. Lunar Silver Star Story Complete for Playstation 1 was the game that made me love RPGs. So of course it holds a special place in my heart.
I love that game, I truly do. And I’m getting this remake ASAP. I must have it.
So I’ve been playing Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII, for the last days. Wow, what a game. First I want to say I’m not a FFVII fanboy like everyone else, but this game was good. And I’ve never been a fan of Cloud, but this game helped me to like him.
At least I understand his personality a bit more so I don’t have very much against him anymore. Glad you finally could learn more about Zack. I’ve always liked him.
Man he really has a hard life. I can willing admit when the game was over, I was almost crying. it really got to me. Well because I can feel like this is why I love it. Games that can make me cry (in a good way) are good games.
Since they can really bring forth my emotions, still waiting for a movie to do the same. =P
I was going to write a mini-review, but I lost my interesting in writing anything at the moment.
Tags: Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core, JRPG, Photos, PSP
Welcome fellow friends and visitors to my newly redecorated site! It still might not be anything speciall to you, but at last I’ve made this site more personal. And that’s always been my goal. I started playing a bit with CSS and I hope to continue to play with it and learn more as time goes by. Untill that time comes, this is my new design.
And I like it! Hope some of you will like it to. I spent to much time making this, so I didn’t get to play Final Fantasy XII today. T-T
And now for a few updates! Oh, where to begin….
A very good friend of mine “KNtheking” gave me one of this PSP. Yes, he game me! As in free! But the display was a bit broken, but I don’t care. Its one of the nicest things anyone has done for me in a long time. Hopefully I can find a good place that sells replacement screens for PSP.
And then we have round two! I played the lottery for the first time the 28th of January. guess, what…? I won!
1900SEK. I payed for the lottery with my fathers money so he took 700kr. Fair enough. But the money disappeared fast since I had very pressing bills to pay… So the money came at the right time.
And I (okay, my mother) managed to get a PS2 phat that my brother is going to use later, but I’m using it right now to play Final Fantasy XII.
And I got to DS phats from my friends brothers. One had a cracked upper display, and the other a flipped out touchscreen. I did manage to make one of them fully functional. So I’ll be getting a new touchscreen & a upper screen for the other DS later and give it to my mother, as a late/early birthday gift. Which everway people want to see it. And I’m awaiting Enchanted Arms for the PS3 do drop into my postbox later today (Friday). No still no PS3, but at least now I have one game for it and something to play when I can afford a PS3.
And I’m going to play the lottery again on Saturday/Sunday. So wish me luck! Hopefully I can win some more cash and the dream of a PS3 can turn into reality. *hopes*
Edited later on Friday: Damn! No mail for me today. Fuck. =/
Oh, well. Hopefully it will come on Monday, together with the DS pens & a tri-screwdriver I ordered so I can get inside the DSes. Now off to play more FFXII.
Thanks to my good friend KNtheking I was able to borrow Brave story. Sending it back to him later today. The game was very fun and pretty standar RPGish. Well you’ve seen most of the stuff in the game before, I can’t think of something right now that makes this game more uniqe. Well perhaps that would be that its a pretty good RPG for the PSP. Does that count?
The story was average, nothing speciall. But I still can’t helped to get sucked into the story. Guess I’m a sucker for that kind of story. No I won’t go into detail about the story.
A young boy who wants to save his “girlfriend” from an illness that would kill her, comes to a world named Vision. There he must meet the goddess of fate and have his wished fullfilled. That is the only thing that can save her. Of course one thing leads to another. And soon you’ll be on a bigger adventure than you first thought. Well at least the main plot of the game if not to save the world. The world is not even in danger. Well not much at least. So that is pretty fresh. The music is pretty okay in the game. Nothing I’ll go out and buy a soundtrack for.
Well either way it is a good game. A bit to easy. But then again I’ve played my fair share of RPGs so I don’t think they are very hard any more.
I guess the score for this game would be 6/10. Mostly because it was easy. But don’t think of this as a bad score. The game is very well worth buying. So If you own a PSP and want an RPG get this.
And to top things of with Brave Story I watched the Brave Story anime. Its main character in the movie is Wataru. He makes a breif cameo in the game BTW. And is mentioned a few times. The movie was good. For being an anime movie. I almost never like anime movies. Don’t know why. But this one was well worth watching.
But now I’m going back to play Metal Gear Ac!d.
Have to finish that game to. Take care everyone!
Main character “Tetsuya” (or what you name him) holding up the
Demon Bane. Big nice sword ain’t it?
Tags: Brave Story, Games, JRPG, Metal Gear Acid, PSP
So I’ve been playing Daxter like a madman. Its a great game.
Much better than I had expected. Not as good as the real Jak & Daxter games, but still very good. And you just gotta love Daxter. He is one cool dude.
The game suffers from some camera problem. Thats just about the thing that is negative about the game.
Thanks to the camera you are going to die some times at certain stages. If they had fixed that, the game would have been more or less perfect. Oh, okay. There are some slowdowns in the game. They are nothing to worry about, but they are very annoying.
The story is good. And lets you know what Daxter was up to between those two years that passed between the first and second game.
I like when they do games like this. Hope we can see a Daxter 2 in the future.
I’ll give Daxter a 7/10. It would have received an 8 from me if it wasn’t for the camera problem. But if you already haven’t played this game, I think you should.
Especially if you are a Jak & Daxter fan.
And now I think I’m going to start playing Metal Gear Ac!d. Take care everyone!