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#1108468 - i meant the gba cartridge is pretty expensive, ive been scopin… 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1108461 - yeah fire emblem looks sweet but the gba cart is steep as …  [+] (2 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1108464 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw shit.

tactics ogre let us cling together. one of the best trpg i have ever played.

not quite sure what the gba cart means. you can emulate them and play the games easily. takes like 10 seconds to download and play. its impossible to find copies of fire emblem for the gba as well, and i went through 2 of them.

tactics ogre was way ahead of its time. i'd recommend supporting them whenever you can. we need more of their games, storylines, characters, and most of all gameplay more than we need to give money to older final fantasies. we will never get older final fantasies, last time there was an attempt was the freemium model on the app market that failed miserably. new tactics ogres have a chance and have been proven as being phenomenal. new final fantasies are garbage. that being said emulate the older good ones, buy tactics ogre and grandia, and emulate the chrono trigger and fire emblem,

and when aaaaaaaall that is done. buy chrono cross.

fair warning though, tactics ogre is great but it has a steep learning curve. it's pretty complex, but once you get used to the combat it's pretty straightforward. just a lot of information thrown at you at once. the abilities, leveling up, weapons, combat, it can be overwhelming, but its worth it. fire emblem has less of a learning curve but is also wonderful if that helps.
#1108468 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
i meant the gba cartridge is pretty expensive, ive been scoping that one for a while. the chrono games also look tight but i hate emulating and those games are insanely expenisve. i think i'm gonna have to pick up tactis ogre, one of the few games ive never really heard a bad word said about it, thanks man.
#1108456 - i do have a playstation and both are on psn for about the same…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1108458 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
i'd say buy grandia and emulate ff6 as well as chrono trigger and ff4. buy a gamepad or use an xbox controller on the pc and go to town.

active time battle for ff6 can be turned on or off with the gba versions. i don't remember if it can or even exists in the snes version. but whatever you do, don't buy the DS versions.

and go ahead and get fire emblem. although not a jrpg and instead a trpg its still great.

#1108461 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
yeah fire emblem looks sweet but the gba cart is steep as fuck. if i was to now say ive been looking into war of the lions and tactics ogre (having never played either) would your reccomendations change?
#1108464 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw shit.

tactics ogre let us cling together. one of the best trpg i have ever played.

not quite sure what the gba cart means. you can emulate them and play the games easily. takes like 10 seconds to download and play. its impossible to find copies of fire emblem for the gba as well, and i went through 2 of them.

tactics ogre was way ahead of its time. i'd recommend supporting them whenever you can. we need more of their games, storylines, characters, and most of all gameplay more than we need to give money to older final fantasies. we will never get older final fantasies, last time there was an attempt was the freemium model on the app market that failed miserably. new tactics ogres have a chance and have been proven as being phenomenal. new final fantasies are garbage. that being said emulate the older good ones, buy tactics ogre and grandia, and emulate the chrono trigger and fire emblem,

and when aaaaaaaall that is done. buy chrono cross.

fair warning though, tactics ogre is great but it has a steep learning curve. it's pretty complex, but once you get used to the combat it's pretty straightforward. just a lot of information thrown at you at once. the abilities, leveling up, weapons, combat, it can be overwhelming, but its worth it. fire emblem has less of a learning curve but is also wonderful if that helps.
#1108468 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
i meant the gba cartridge is pretty expensive, ive been scoping that one for a while. the chrono games also look tight but i hate emulating and those games are insanely expenisve. i think i'm gonna have to pick up tactis ogre, one of the few games ive never really heard a bad word said about it, thanks man.
#1108451 - any paticular reason? grandias battle system seems more fun  [+] (6 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1108452 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
out of all the many jrpg's iv played, iv liked 3/6 the best. has a great storyline, character development, and combat.

however, grandia is on the playstation which is difficult to play unless you have an actual playstation, whereas you could easily emulate ff3/6.

both are great. and physical copies of grandia are expensive as fuck.
www.amazon.com/Grandia-Playstation/dp/B000034DBS
#1108456 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
i do have a playstation and both are on psn for about the same price, so with that information in mind would you still say ff6? and also how turn based is the combat? from gameplay vids ive seen theres some kind of time based aspect but i cant tell how it fits in
#1108458 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
i'd say buy grandia and emulate ff6 as well as chrono trigger and ff4. buy a gamepad or use an xbox controller on the pc and go to town.

active time battle for ff6 can be turned on or off with the gba versions. i don't remember if it can or even exists in the snes version. but whatever you do, don't buy the DS versions.

and go ahead and get fire emblem. although not a jrpg and instead a trpg its still great.

#1108461 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
yeah fire emblem looks sweet but the gba cart is steep as fuck. if i was to now say ive been looking into war of the lions and tactics ogre (having never played either) would your reccomendations change?
#1108464 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw shit.

tactics ogre let us cling together. one of the best trpg i have ever played.

not quite sure what the gba cart means. you can emulate them and play the games easily. takes like 10 seconds to download and play. its impossible to find copies of fire emblem for the gba as well, and i went through 2 of them.

tactics ogre was way ahead of its time. i'd recommend supporting them whenever you can. we need more of their games, storylines, characters, and most of all gameplay more than we need to give money to older final fantasies. we will never get older final fantasies, last time there was an attempt was the freemium model on the app market that failed miserably. new tactics ogres have a chance and have been proven as being phenomenal. new final fantasies are garbage. that being said emulate the older good ones, buy tactics ogre and grandia, and emulate the chrono trigger and fire emblem,

and when aaaaaaaall that is done. buy chrono cross.

fair warning though, tactics ogre is great but it has a steep learning curve. it's pretty complex, but once you get used to the combat it's pretty straightforward. just a lot of information thrown at you at once. the abilities, leveling up, weapons, combat, it can be overwhelming, but its worth it. fire emblem has less of a learning curve but is also wonderful if that helps.
#1108468 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
i meant the gba cartridge is pretty expensive, ive been scoping that one for a while. the chrono games also look tight but i hate emulating and those games are insanely expenisve. i think i'm gonna have to pick up tactis ogre, one of the few games ive never really heard a bad word said about it, thanks man.
#1108413 - awesome i'm gonna pick it up then. seems like at 4 quid id be … 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1108410 - are there any specific elements that make it beeter than ogre …  [+] (2 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1108411 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
They're very similar experiences on the surface, but FF Tactics has much more depth which makes it more flexible for you to mould the moment to moment pace of battle the way you want it to be.
#1108413 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
awesome i'm gonna pick it up then. seems like at 4 quid id be a fool not to. thanks for the help man
#1108406 - interesting. so what would you say makes it better than ogre then?  [+] (4 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1108409 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
Yes. I would say FF Tactics is the best level based tactics game ever made, actually. But that one is much more subjective than to just say it's a very well made game.
#1108410 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
are there any specific elements that make it beeter than ogre or is it just a more well rounded expirience type thing? sorry to keep bombarding you with questions
User avatar #1108411 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
They're very similar experiences on the surface, but FF Tactics has much more depth which makes it more flexible for you to mould the moment to moment pace of battle the way you want it to be.
#1108413 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
awesome i'm gonna pick it up then. seems like at 4 quid id be a fool not to. thanks for the help man
#1108387 - final fantasy 3 (or 6 depending on how you look at it) or grandia?  [+] (9 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1108454 - BmanX (11/26/2014) [-]
FF, VI because I know nothing about Grandia, and FF VI is pretty much the best in the series.
User avatar #1108423 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
ff3/6
#1108451 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
any paticular reason? grandias battle system seems more fun
User avatar #1108452 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
out of all the many jrpg's iv played, iv liked 3/6 the best. has a great storyline, character development, and combat.

however, grandia is on the playstation which is difficult to play unless you have an actual playstation, whereas you could easily emulate ff3/6.

both are great. and physical copies of grandia are expensive as fuck.
www.amazon.com/Grandia-Playstation/dp/B000034DBS
#1108456 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
i do have a playstation and both are on psn for about the same price, so with that information in mind would you still say ff6? and also how turn based is the combat? from gameplay vids ive seen theres some kind of time based aspect but i cant tell how it fits in
#1108458 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
i'd say buy grandia and emulate ff6 as well as chrono trigger and ff4. buy a gamepad or use an xbox controller on the pc and go to town.

active time battle for ff6 can be turned on or off with the gba versions. i don't remember if it can or even exists in the snes version. but whatever you do, don't buy the DS versions.

and go ahead and get fire emblem. although not a jrpg and instead a trpg its still great.

#1108461 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
yeah fire emblem looks sweet but the gba cart is steep as fuck. if i was to now say ive been looking into war of the lions and tactics ogre (having never played either) would your reccomendations change?
#1108464 - hirollin (11/26/2014) [-]
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw shit.

tactics ogre let us cling together. one of the best trpg i have ever played.

not quite sure what the gba cart means. you can emulate them and play the games easily. takes like 10 seconds to download and play. its impossible to find copies of fire emblem for the gba as well, and i went through 2 of them.

tactics ogre was way ahead of its time. i'd recommend supporting them whenever you can. we need more of their games, storylines, characters, and most of all gameplay more than we need to give money to older final fantasies. we will never get older final fantasies, last time there was an attempt was the freemium model on the app market that failed miserably. new tactics ogres have a chance and have been proven as being phenomenal. new final fantasies are garbage. that being said emulate the older good ones, buy tactics ogre and grandia, and emulate the chrono trigger and fire emblem,

and when aaaaaaaall that is done. buy chrono cross.

fair warning though, tactics ogre is great but it has a steep learning curve. it's pretty complex, but once you get used to the combat it's pretty straightforward. just a lot of information thrown at you at once. the abilities, leveling up, weapons, combat, it can be overwhelming, but its worth it. fire emblem has less of a learning curve but is also wonderful if that helps.
#1108468 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
i meant the gba cartridge is pretty expensive, ive been scoping that one for a while. the chrono games also look tight but i hate emulating and those games are insanely expenisve. i think i'm gonna have to pick up tactis ogre, one of the few games ive never really heard a bad word said about it, thanks man.
#1108386 - does it still hold up? I love grid based SRPG's but ive heard …  [+] (6 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1108403 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
FF Tactics hasn't aged. It's just a great game all around.
#1108406 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
interesting. so what would you say makes it better than ogre then?
User avatar #1108409 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
Yes. I would say FF Tactics is the best level based tactics game ever made, actually. But that one is much more subjective than to just say it's a very well made game.
#1108410 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
are there any specific elements that make it beeter than ogre or is it just a more well rounded expirience type thing? sorry to keep bombarding you with questions
User avatar #1108411 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
They're very similar experiences on the surface, but FF Tactics has much more depth which makes it more flexible for you to mould the moment to moment pace of battle the way you want it to be.
#1108413 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
awesome i'm gonna pick it up then. seems like at 4 quid id be a fool not to. thanks for the help man
#1108384 - should i get FF tactics war of the lions or tactics ogre LUTC?…  [+] (8 new replies) 11/26/2014 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #1108385 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
War of the Lions. Not even a question.
#1108386 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
does it still hold up? I love grid based SRPG's but ive heard ogre has aged better
User avatar #1108403 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
FF Tactics hasn't aged. It's just a great game all around.
#1108406 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
interesting. so what would you say makes it better than ogre then?
User avatar #1108409 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
Yes. I would say FF Tactics is the best level based tactics game ever made, actually. But that one is much more subjective than to just say it's a very well made game.
#1108410 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
are there any specific elements that make it beeter than ogre or is it just a more well rounded expirience type thing? sorry to keep bombarding you with questions
User avatar #1108411 - thebestpieever (11/26/2014) [-]
They're very similar experiences on the surface, but FF Tactics has much more depth which makes it more flexible for you to mould the moment to moment pace of battle the way you want it to be.
#1108413 - rdunc (11/26/2014) [-]
awesome i'm gonna pick it up then. seems like at 4 quid id be a fool not to. thanks for the help man

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