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You sing Gato's theme from the OVA, in japanese, in the shower.

General Discussion / Re: What's your "Worst game Ever"?
« on: June 19, 2008, 12:18:12 pm »
I bought it, and I didn't see anything wrong with it... It was just a run of the mill beat 'em up. The combat definitely could've been deeper, though.

But you have to admit that it's not near Square quality. We have a right to expect much more from them.

Don't feel bad. I was such a yung'un I had to ask my mom which way was clockwise.

I didn't do Fiona's Forest, the Sun Stone quest, Rainbow Shell, or Northern Ruins. I did do Ozzie's Lair, and that was about it.

When your Friend starts looking for Chrono Trigger related Hentai,and tells you to do the same!

I will never give in! :x


General Discussion / Re: What's your "Worst game Ever"?
« on: June 19, 2008, 12:43:13 am »

Anywho, on the actual topic. I was pretty disappointed by the game "The Bouncer" from Squaresoft(maybe...SquareEnix at that time). Maybe you guys remembered that game?

Actually this is one of the last games made before the Square/Enix merger. This might contribute to its awfulness.

General Discussion / Re: Tearjerking moments from Video Games.
« on: June 18, 2008, 03:53:53 pm »
I cried when Aeris died.

In FFVIII, which nobody has mentioned yet, The ending made me cry. [SPOILER]When Squall was walking around all hopeless, when Rinoa was in the field alone, waiting for him, and when Ellone and Laguna were reunited at her mother's grave, just a real emotional torrent. Not to mention when Rinoa's space helmet breaks.[/spoiler]

General Discussion / Re: What's your "Worst game Ever"?
« on: June 18, 2008, 03:47:48 pm »
The Reboot game for PSX. VERY interesting concept, terrible execution.

Also, Any Megaman X game after 5.

I think Global Warming killed the Reptites.

Al Gore is the man.

Trigger: Zeal theme.
Cross: Radical Dreamers (I play guitar, so this piece interests me.)

When I first fought these things, I had a friend tip me off at school not to hit the shell. So I did. And died.

BUT, then I just hit the eye and it was all cool. Now, it doesn't even matter. All my characters have Prism helms and either the prism dress or NOVA armor (I don't like status effects.) so I just beat the things into submission and don't care if I hit the shell.

Just curious, but how much HP does the shell have?

As I'm sure a few people have already said, this game is filled with it's kinda hard to choose. But nevertheless!...

I would definitely have to say the part where Crono & Co. are running up that long hallway in Magus' Castle. During that time, there were just enemies after enemies being thrown at you while you were chasing Ozzie, and the Chrono Trigger theme music was just blazing... making things even more epic! I always loved that part in the game.

Wow, that is epic.

I thought another one of the most epic moments, and probably the funniest in the whole game, was in Ozzie's Lair when those enemies get lifted on to the treadmills, then fall down the holes. The music does one of those vinyl record slowdown things that's just hilarious.

I think part of the appeal concerning Magus is that out of all the Chrono Trigger characters, Magus seems to have the most story behind the character.  I mean, compare what we know about Magus and what we know about Crono.  Also, Magus has this badassity/tragic character components that we, as humans, seem to find so attractive and appealing.

Plus, this was one of the first games EVER to let you play as a boss you fought earlier in the game. That's what made him so alluring to me.

Welcome / Birthday / Seeya! Forum / Re: Well, uh..
« on: June 17, 2008, 06:49:06 pm »
It's not rare in the sense that there were a limited number of copies printed, it's just rare in the sense that not many people are willing to give up the game & sell it so there aren't many actually on the market.

Oh, and welcome...!

The same is true with a lot of SNES games. Like Final Fantasy II (IV). I have a copy, out of the box with the original instruction booklet. That goes for about $55. But the game itself isn't rare. I see a lot of them at my friends' houses and such. Such is the fate of a lot of these games. This is the basic principle of collectibility.

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