And while the alchemy system was kind of cool, the limited inventory space made it a huge pain and the constant necessity of planting seeds just irritated me.
And when it was essentially the choice between leveling up and growing your plants to make potions to stay alive, I wanted to pull my hair out! Oh, you want to go to Rabbit Town to spend your three coins on some food?
Man, I really should have listened to my heart and not kept playing, but the promise of a great game made me go on, plus the first hours of JRPGs just tend to suck anyway (Final Fantasy VII excluded).
So once the game actually got rolling, it was pretty cool. ) who just moved to a new town and is immediately caught up in its weird, paranormal activity.
About 30 hours of Persona 3, the first hour of Rogue Galaxy, and I haven't even touched Valkyrie Profile 2; I blame it all on the games themselves.
If I were to make an exhaustive list of my all-time favorite games, it would undoubtedly be topped by Chrono Trigger, closely followed by Suikoden II and Final Fantasy VI, with Final Fantasy X somewhere up there too.
I never wrote a first hour review on the game, and it's probably a good thing I didn't because it would have bored you all to tears.
Tartarus is this magical tower that somehow holds the secrets to everything.One loser I befriended early on kept calling my cell phone at night wanting to make plans.I wanted nothing to do with this guy because I was trying to get with the girl with the glasses, so I kept shutting him down.The Dark Hour is the only time when you actually fight during the game, the rest is spent socializing with schoolmates and an old couple who own the bookstore.Let's talk about the non-gameplay part first, mainly Social Links.
Social Links are the bonds of friendship you make with other individuals.