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    Thanks a lot. ^^
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    Can I bump this thread of yours? I have a good contribution I think.
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    Thanks, Wolf~
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    I find it OK as well. Hope they retain the choice between male and female protagonists, seeing how different the game might turn out. It also gives a girl playing the game a bit more opportunity to get into her character, not to mention being able to date guys. I just came to the conclusion, that playing Persona 3 or 4 and being a girl, must be weird, since a large part of it is basically a dating sim 0_o
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    It would be nice... I'm very curious as to what they'll do for Persona 5.
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    I was hoping for it, but the release of P3P first kind of killed my hope. I mean, it's weird, the game is quite fresh anyway, why another rerelease?
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    Hooray! Then I just have to figure out a way to play Innocent Sin and Eternal Punishment...
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    My thoughts exactly Problem is, I'm not sure wether it will come out in Europe, and Play-Asia won't let me import it ;( Anyhow, I'll do my best to get it! And I might finally be able to play the first instalment, since I ordered it on the PSP. I tried once before with the "original" US version... Let's just say my brain barely avoided exploding. The localization was horrible!
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    I loved P3 as well, but P4's characters and story just moved me a lot more. And the way you could control characters in battle was nice, as well as the follow-up attacks. I did not like the fact, that the party's personae had to be manually upgraded using social links (I never got Naoto's and Rise's). I'm thinking of getting P3Portable once it's out. Sounds interesting enough.
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    Same here. Though what are the odds of that happening, eh? I once stumbled upon an article saying Camelot wanted to do a sequel, but there's no sign of it yet, so... Anyway, finished Persona 4 some time ago Got the true ending. It was an amazing experience
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My Top 100's Lost but Not Forgotten: Suikoden IV Part 2 ~ Suikoden Tactics

by Wolf Kanno on 06-17-2019 at 07:25 AM

So in my last blog, I talked about the black sheep numbered entry of the Suikoden franchise, Suikoden IV. Today, we're going to look at Rhapsodia, better known as Suikoden Tactics in the West. Tactics is a gaiden title that serves as both prequel/sequel side story to Suikoden IV. What makes it really standout is that the game is no longer a turn-based RPG about collecting 108 heroes, but instead a Tactical Turn Based RPG a la Final Fantasy Tactics, Fire

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My Top 100"s Lost but Not Forgotten: Suikoden IV ~ Part 1

by Wolf Kanno on 04-29-2019 at 07:53 AM
List, blah blah. Didn't make it, blah blah.

I feel I have a theme going here. Like the BoF1 entry, anyone who took a quick glance of my list will know I'm a pretty big Suikoden fan, you'll also notice I snubbed one of the main entries and most of the spin-off/gaiden games. I'll say right now, that I have to actually play Suikogaiden due to lacking the proper emulator, which is why

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My Top 100's Lost but Not Forgotten: Breath of Fire

by Wolf Kanno on 04-14-2019 at 11:23 PM
Blah blah blah, made a list, blah blah blah, this is for games that didn't make it.


Anyone who simply glances over my list will notice I have a strong affiliation with Capcom's classic and underrated RPG series Breath of Fire. They will also notice I left one entry out of the list, and while my BoFII entry hints as to some of the reasons, I figured I would lay it out here

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My Top 100's Lost but not Forgotten: Dragon Quest VII

by Wolf Kanno on 10-26-2018 at 06:42 AM

I feel like the year 2001 was an odd year in gaming. One of the first time where you really felt like the end of an era and the beginning of a new one was coming. Sony was gearing up to release the successor to the smash hit PlayStation and if you looked around the gaming scene, it seemed like every company was jumping ship to get on board what the PS2 could do. Square had released their PS1 swan song FFIX even though they would still support the PS1 with

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My Top 100's Lost but Not Forgotten: Arc the Lad II

by Wolf Kanno on 03-27-2018 at 11:53 PM
You know the drill by now...


One of my all time favorite publishers in the 90s for video games was Working Designs. It was a company that actually tried to get a lot of cool JRPGs released in the West long before the actual JRPG boom in the last years of the decade. I've already spoken about their most high profile title they ever worked on, Lunar: The Silver Star Story,

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