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i'm ignoring my color code cause i'm on a ps3 without a keyboard BUT ANYWAYS, yeah i've never been impressed by gamestop employees. it really bugs me because they COULD really develop a strong bridge between gamers and the general public yet, as pointed out earlier, they only hire asshats whom honestly know very little real information about games.

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Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / Re: Teehee, Harle!
« on: August 16, 2008, 10:44:37 pm »
Pssh, my sister scoped out and searched for my games, all with hopes of ironically using my PS as a grinder and not a, oh, game console.

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General Discussion / Re: The Springtime of Youth Union
« on: August 16, 2008, 07:50:17 pm »
I'd be entirely interested in this, one thing however. Might wanna clarify what exactly the springtime of youth is . . . so as to you know, not catch newbs like myself off-guard. Though I think I DO understand it in it's entirety (if at all possible) now, other may not.

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Kajar Laboratories / Re: INCOMING FANGAME!
« on: August 16, 2008, 06:46:37 pm »
You stopped answering my phone calls, you don't even touch me the way you used to.

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Nu were always interesting to me. They all seem quite different, being in different time lines and what, they're all obviously quite powerful, and yet they have a very, awkward similarity.

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Kajar Laboratories / Re: INCOMING FANGAME!
« on: August 16, 2008, 06:28:16 pm »
Oooooh . . .

Personally I threw it under "G" for "garbage"

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Chrono Compendium Discussion / Re: Forum going haywire on me. Help?
« on: August 16, 2008, 06:26:29 pm »
So you're trying to upload MP3's to a post? I'd just try to do it again . . . if it STILL doesn't work then I'd vote on a forum bug of some kind . . .

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General Discussion / Re: Turn Based Combat
« on: August 16, 2008, 05:21:00 pm »
Eternal Sonata for example, was fun, but incredibly japanese. Lines like "If I kiss him, will it find him from here?" or "The eternal heat of my burning blade will cut through flesh and bone and pierce your rage-filled soul!" . . . just, sit awkwardly with most American gamers.

That...doesn't sound like a flaw of turn-based combat to me...

Nah that's me explaining why Japanese RPGs don't sell well in America . . . generally

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Characters, Plot, and Themes / Re: A note on Miguel...
« on: August 16, 2008, 05:17:39 pm »
Robo is really Lynx . . . no seriously

EDIT: Grobyc, Grobyc I pick Grobyc

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Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / Re: Teehee, Harle!
« on: August 16, 2008, 05:08:49 pm »
Well when she's older with a job I'll force her to buy her oldest brother a copy so as to pay me back for the years of torment she gave me.

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General Discussion / Re: Turn Based Combat
« on: August 16, 2008, 05:04:40 pm »
I mean different cultures will do well with different kinds of games. While a lot of japanese games seem, mundane and, strange to us, they sell incredibly fast over in Japan. I think very few RPGs sell well here cause few companies really know how to make an American RPG.

Eternal Sonata for example, was fun, but incredibly japanese. Lines like "If I kiss him, will it find him from here?" or "The eternal heat of my burning blade will cut through flesh and bone and pierce your rage-filled soul!" . . . just, sit awkwardly with most American gamers.

For the record however, Mass Effect, did very well, and was a very well refined, and INNOVATIVE rpg. It is also one of my most recommended and favorite games of all time. Just know that if you play Halo of Call of Duty, the combat isn't exactly, innovative, the game itself ties in so many deep storytelling elements, you tend to forget it's very minor flaws.

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General Discussion / Re: Turn Based Combat
« on: August 16, 2008, 04:54:07 pm »
0_o dude, the story was . . . no nevermind, okay. Sex is fine in Japan, blood and gore is fine here. Two entirely different cultures who are far more accepting of different things.

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Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / Re: Teehee, Harle!
« on: August 16, 2008, 04:51:22 pm »
Oh it's pretty ironic, lemme run you through this dark time in my history.

Kilfer
Kilfer has uncle
Uncle has CC
Kilfer and uncle play, but mostly uncle, Kilfer was quite young
Kilfer comes of age
Kilfer gets a PS
Kilfer's uncle lets Kilfer borrow his copy of CC
 . . . Kilfer's little little sister puts the disc in the PS (not on the small wheel, just, in it, like a microwave or something) and SLAMS the lid shut, thus breaking disc 2 of CC . . .

Kilfer has not been the same since, Kilfer's had this, nasty twitch in his eye since then



EDIT: Find me a PS emulator for Mac . . . please, I beg of you

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Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / Re: Teehee, Harle!
« on: August 16, 2008, 04:45:33 pm »
Nope, can't say I remember. Rescue of Riddel? Hm, well you get her pretty much while you're lynx . . . which is a good ways into the game, and she's only there while you are Lynx . . . so I'm honestly not sure.

All this CC-ness has made me revert to Ebay to find a freakin' copy! I need to play it!

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Chrono / Gameplay Casual Discussion / Re: Teehee, Harle!
« on: August 16, 2008, 04:35:04 pm »
Yeah Nikki . . . hah, not a big Nikki fan . . . more of a Guile guy myself . . . though I DID once pick Pierre and, Ketchop well, interesting boss.

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