Current mood: fuck my life…
…bc goddamn ToV is too good. PS: Don’t let Flynn cook. EVER. And also that’s Patty, a PS3 exclusive playable character, but she’s largely unrelated to the story… so…
Ok I didn’t exactly play the game, but I’m thinking of getting the PS3 version even if it’s in Japanese. Have to figure out where to get it though. So. In order to fully appreciate and enjoy the soundtrack of Tales of Vesperia I watched TalesOfCreed’s let’s play on YouTube and man was it great! I spent every waking moment for 5 days watching all 123 episodes worth of story and battles. I’m tired, my body is tired but my mind? My mind never stops thinking. Also for once I didn’t spoil myself by skipping videos.
In this review I will only comment about the story aspect of the game, because like I said I don’t have the game.
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Originally written at 18/6/16
Current mood: Protect Sophie at all costs!!!!!!!111
It wasn’t until after I got most of the AC games that I bought ToGf. My shopping list after buying a new console has always been one, Final Fantasy; two, Tales; Three, Kingdom Hearts; and four, Assassin’s Creed. Followed by other JRPGs, then only the various games I’m thirsty about. I’ve been looking into PS3 Tales games, but they’re so scarce and sometimes the shopkeeper doesn’t even know what I want. So I did some research on my own and found a few titles (at least more than PS2). I’m still salty about Tales of Vesperia. Namco Bandai, release a localized PlayStation copy OK!
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Originally written at 6/10/15
Current mood: Yes, I’m writing a review of my first FF game after 4 years of gameplay, isn’t it wonderful?! But serious though I miss this game.
I won my PS2 in 2009 after UPSR, but didn’t claim it until my cousin brother turned two, which was 2011. All the games my uncle had were multiplayer fighting games and first-person shooters, so dad came home one day with three games and I was thrilled! The first which caught my eye was Final Fantasy XII. He didn’t buy the tenth installment, sadly.
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