quote The PursuitI liked Blue Dragon, but after Lost Odyssey, well, let's just say it's a good thing I traded it in. Lost Odyssey is like a grittier, more refined version of Blue Dragon. Funny enough, both are 360 exclusives... you'd think they be on the PS3. Funny how that works.I have yet to try blue dragon though.
quote Monterey JackEh, enchanted arms was okay but nothing special and very tedious. I have yet to try blue dragon though.quote lucedeoangelWell it was certainly better than that *bleep*en Blue Dragon game, that's for sure!And Enchanted Arms was a great game too.
And am I the only one here who liked the Summon Night: Swordcraft Story games on the GBA? Haven't played the others because most of them weren't released out of Japan (well there's a DS game or two that has, but I don't have a DS).
quote BrokenKnightsFalsetto and Viola.Snow (punching girl), and Julia?? (the bow/cat girl)
quote Tam85I love a game with a lot of characters, but there were WAAAAY too many for me. Especially with 3 battle character restriction.Im glad to see I wasnt the only one who liked eternal sonata.My husband wouldnt shut up about how bad it was so once I beat it I had to sell it;(
quote lucedeoangelWell it was certainly better than that *bleep*en Blue Dragon game, that's for sure!And Enchanted Arms was a great game too.
quote Two_StepHaha, no I knew exactly what you meant. I was just talking up one of my favorite RPGs. A lot of younger kids think I'm talking about Paper Mario or Mario and Luigi when I say Mario RPG.Not under appreciated, but not known by many. Lots of RPG fanatics I talk to around campus (and at other places) have no idea the game exists. Sorry for the confusion.
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