That moment when you knew RPG/JRPG's were made just for you?!

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7z7

Balamb Garden Freshman
Nov 17, 2013
32
3
South Africa
#21
Dude! You won't believe me but I am playing this game as I type this. I thought it would be a waste of my time playing FFVI now, but.... I am impressed at how much detail the game actually has, and the story line seems good. I also love the idea of having so many characters, my favorite so far being Locke. I was really expecting much less from this game but I was wrong :) which means I now get to pass time at work whilst enjoying the old school luxuries of Final Fantasy.


The first JRPG I played was FFVI, back in 2010. I had always longed for deep stories in game and always came out disappointed, but then this game arrived. It was so rich for being a 16 year old game, the music was awesome, the game was so involving. It was great.
 

yeah_93

Warrior of Light
Sep 27, 2013
1,637
600
Venezuela
#22
Dude! You won't believe me but I am playing this game as I type this. I thought it would be a waste of my time playing FFVI now, but.... I am impressed at how much detail the game actually has, and the story line seems good. I also love the idea of having so many characters, my favorite so far being Locke. I was really expecting much less from this game but I was wrong :) which means I now get to pass time at work whilst enjoying the old school luxuries of Final Fantasy.
It's never too late to play a masterpiece. There's a reason it's always on "Best Games Ever" lists.
 
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cosmicblizzard

Some author guy
Moderator
Oct 1, 2013
22
4
31
New Jersey
www.amazon.com
#24
Chrono Trigger was the first RPG I really played. My first reaction was "what, you can't jump!? The hell kind of game is this!?". That of course changed after playing it for a few more hours. Back then, I honestly couldn't put my finger on the appeal, but I loved it regardless. From there, I played the SNES FFs and greatly anticipated FF7. It pretty much became my favorite genre at that point.