Oh, haha, if you haven't played Tales of Hearts R yet, I would totally start there. Persona storylines are not related, kinda like Tales and FF games. Similar, but no previous knowledge required, and I forgot the Suikoden titles, too. Hehe. So many to choose from on PSN, it can be overwhelming. If you want just a couple recommendations that I would give 9/10 ratings on, I can easily say Xenogears and Chrono Trigger are the best places to start.
Well, first off, we have all our Final Fantasy games. Not sure which you have played, so I just recommend the series as a whole, along with Tales. Pretty sure you've knocked out most of those, so moving on Persona 4 Golden is great, but very time-consuming; you can drop 100+ hours on that, and it's classic Persona (half JRPG, half high school sim). Some of my top picks without going into too much detail would be Xenogears, Legend of Dragoon, Vagrant Story, Grandia series, Wild Arms series, Chrono Trigger; the list goes on lol. Those would be a good place to start, unless you want more detail.
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It didn't help that his fat ass was BLOCKING MY VIEW because the coin would slide RIGHT THROUGH THE GOAL. Screw that mini-game to hell.
Agreed. The combat is average at best, the voice acting is bad (although stylishly so), and the story is relatively cliché! But despite those three huge cons, I still enjoy it for some weird reason.
Ugh I already gave all the ones I had to him. Oh well I just go through each location to see but I'll leave that til last. I'll probably get all the legendaries first, then silver keys, books, and then dying.
Speaking of which, I see some of the silver keys are behind demon doors, including the one that requires you to give it every silver key. How do I get that one without losing everything?
I got the one in Snowspire on my third or fourth try, but that was only because I was so mad at how unfair the one in Oakvale was (I fucking murdered that gamemaster after I got that one). I did find the slow time trick helpful. I was also able to basically max my character out after I did the combat evolved trick you put in your guide but I held it down for like 10 minutes. Then I got a combat multiplier of like 250, so then I chugged all my Ages Of potions and got so much xp I nearly choked on it.
I like the game, despite its prominent issues like the combat and the annoying quest tracking/map approaches. It's not that great of a game to be honest, but it has this certain laid back feel to it that I like, but it's hard to put my finger on.
Also, how do I track which books I have left to give to the guy for that quest?