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I was just wondering if there was any way to actually make the summons the original length that they are the first time you cast one in FF9. I sorta feel jipped on some of them, they feel more like weird spells than summoning an incredibly powerful surreal being! Is there a way?
Hmm. How can Chrono Cross be considered both one of the best and one of the worst games of 2000 at the same time? And I wonder how much input YOU had in choosing Skies of Arcadia as the best game in nearly every category?
Just curious. ;)
first, am i the only person disappointed that valkyrie profile didn't win ANY awards? seriously, i thought the battle system kicked the crap out of all the others in the category...
anyway, on with the vp questions...
1. i could have swore everything i looked at said that Surt was the final boss in vp... but the excruciatingly easy battle with Loki was mine... why?
2. is the Seraphic Gate really worth going through on the Normal difficutlty?
3. what's up with shiho? she can't cast any spells automatically... is it just 'cause she's blind? if so, why wouldn't her familiar be unusable (or target the spell for her... that's what familiars are for, no?)?
4. uhhh... which ending did you get? i think i got the 'A' ending without even trying...
yeah. um. that's all the questions i have for now... but i'm kinda disappointed that most of my favorite games of the year didn't even get 'runner up' status (i mean, how can ff9 and skies of arcadia win or almost win every category? it's just not cool, i tell ya.) oh yeah, thanks for that vp help you gave me. as you can see, it worked.:)
~shramoon~ still writing those thank you notes...
Hey Goog! Happy New Year!
In the past you've stated your dislike for emulation, and I was just wondering why? Of course, the use of emulators and roms is semi-legal at best, but that's where the drawbacks end. For all the people who want to play old SNES, NES, and Sega RPGs (or other games) that are no longer on the market and haven't been for years, this is the perfect way to experience something they may otherwise miss out on. Companies aren't going to lose any money on people downloading a rom of Ninja Gaiden 2 off of the internet, because it's not even being produced anymore! And I don't think any store seriously expects to make any money off the three copies of Super Mario World they're selling for $8.99. Also, because the roms come in computer files instead of cartridges, it allows translation groups to translate Japanese games that we otherwise would never see in English in a million years. Plus, emulators nowadays are way beyond the buggy, half working experiments they were just a few years ago. Most systems have emulators that reproduce the system as good as the real thing, or better. Well, I guess you know how I feel about it, can you tell us why you feel the way you do? I'm not asking this to bash you or anything, I'd just like to hear your opinion and why you feel the way you do.
The Last Laugh:
Sorry today's column is so short. It's one of those instances where I look at the clock and go ACK! This is really late! I'd better post it now before it's time for tomorrow's! I have a lot of good questions left here though, which I'll get around to posting tomorrow. In other news, this Friday will be CN's final guest host spot, so if you have a copy of the extremely obscure game of his dreams, you'd better speak up now! Oh, and about half the staff of RPGamer, myself included, just recieved import copies of PSO. Feel free to send questions about it in tomorrow, and look for a preview soon. Don't ask about networking though, have to wait for the US launch to play with that. Hmm... getting drool on keyboards is bad... BYE!
Googleshng "I have PSO now!" @rpgamer.com
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