- Nov 8, 2014
Do you guys know any good ones? I think Bravely Default is good, but I don't know. Also how do you usually play RPGs?
I have heard that the game is fun, but tbh it might be the second thing I will buy. First being Pokemon. I do love me some pokemon.Fire Emblem: Awakening. The game is fantastic in every way, from it's animations, to it's dialogue, to it's refined gameplay. The game is worth every penny you can put into it, and is my favorite 3DS game.
hahahahhahahha. HA!Do you guys know any good ones? I think Bravely Default is good, but I don't know. Also how do you usually play RPGs?
I've tried New Leaf before. I kinda got bored of it. All though it was my first Animal Crossing game, I never knew how to make my town better.I'm surprised no one has mentioned Animal Crossing! It's a more 'relaxed' game, but it's still fun. Of course, there's Pokemon, The World Ends With You, Final Fantasy...there's a lot. I haven't played a lot of RPGs, but if you like customizing characters and world-building, then Animal Crossings: New Leaf might be a good RPG for you. However, it depends on what you're interested in.
That is a classic rouge-like. You want more shit like that you go right to Shiren and Izuna the unemployed ninja. You get into that stuff and you and I can have some really long and nerdy conversations about insanely hard and rewarding games.I actually wasn't at all fond of Awakening. I found it a bit easy, and more than that, I was disappointed at how short the story was. The characters seemed so cookie-cutter, too. Here's the yandere, here's the loli, here's the cute little sister, bookish chick, greedy chick, and so on. Every character seemed as if they could be summed up in a few words and I didn't feel that was a good thing.
I will grant, however, that a good JRPG on the DS or 3DS is hard to find. I mostly prefer the likes of Etrian Odyssey. I'm not sure if it would be classed as an RPG , but whatever it is it's a fantastic series.
Isn't that a game that all you do is harvest plants or something like that? I haven't heard about the game since the GBA version.Harvest Moon is one of the biggest titles of the console, surprised that is hasn't been mentioned yet. It's pretty unique since it doesn't focus on combat like so many titles.
Harvest Moon is a long running series that first appeared on the SNES. It is a light farming simulator with RPG and dating game elements to it. Each of the titles can differ more than one Final Fantasy to the next, almost to the point of being unrecognizable. Normally they throw some kind of overarching story at you that must be solved before "X" amount of years have passed. Normally the upgrades to the farm itself are entirely more noticeable than the player character as you simply improve how much you can do in any given day little by little and the farm can suddenly have a new building with animals living in it.Isn't that a game that all you do is harvest plants or something like that? I haven't heard about the game since the GBA version.