I'm waiting for Bravely Second, Persona 5, and FFXV at the moment.
Final Fantasy Tactics is on Android now and I'm super tempted to get it. Also I think DQVIII is coming to 3DS soon?
Every now and again I'll start playing an RPG from a few years ago and either there won't be a thread, or I don't feel like necro'ing a 3 year old thread. I figured we could use this thread to discuss upcoming RPG news, current RPGs, old RPGs, RPGs we're currently playing, etc.. If this thread receives no love it can die off into the abyss. If it does take off I'll update this OP with upcoming release dates n shit.
I half considered making a JRPG thread, but we could use this to discuss any RPGs.
I just beat FFX last week and was looking for something new, decided to play FFX-2. Made it about 4 hours (I just put on a concert for the Gullwings) until I decided despite how much more I liked the combat I just couldn't deal with charlie's angels.
I started up The Last Story for the Wii last night and loving it so far. Only at the beginning, but I'm enjoying it. Thinking next I might do Tales of Graces F, but not sure yet.
Anyone playing anything good?
I'm waiting for Bravely Second, Persona 5, and FFXV at the moment.
Final Fantasy Tactics is on Android now and I'm super tempted to get it. Also I think DQVIII is coming to 3DS soon?
I'm still slowly working my way through persona 4. I'm liking it more than I thought I would
Currently playing the Witcher 3
Semi Playing Dragon Age 3 .
Some reason having a hard time getting through W3 haven't picked up DA 3 in like 2 months or so.
Ive got the whatever the new one is preordered on Steam.
I think I got Xilia on sale for ps3 (both of them?) for my kids, but I don't have a ps3 hooked up anymore to play em.
I started playing Secret of Mana again on my EmulationStation but I just simply cannot get into this damn game. I'm the furthest I've ever been (this is like my 5th go at liking it) but I have zero motivation to play it any more.
Also a few PS2 games I rarely see talked about but I really enjoyed back in the day were Shining Force Neo and Shining Force EXA. Both were at least enjoyable and I actually really enjoyed both. It may help I never played a Shining Force prior to them so I wasn't salty they had nothing in common with the predecessors.
Shining Force 1 and 2 for Genesis were awesome, never played the PS2 versions.
Also Secrets of Mana is a really great game but I distinctly remember being extremely overpowered about halfway through the game and it was tough to beat because it was boring at that point.
Have way too many RPGs going on at the moment, most of which have been put aside for MGS5.
Main ones that I play are
- Grandia 2
- Secrets of Grindea (early access now on steam, similar to Secret of Mana)
- The Witcher 3
- Valkyria Chronicles
- Persona 4
Have lots more that I have started too, but unsure when I will get back to them. Thinking about starting up "The Legend of Heroes: Trials in the sky" again. A few hours into it, and seems like a really decent old schoolish JRPG.
Knowing myself though, the next RPG that I actually finish will probably be Fallout 4. Something about those games that enable me to focus on them completely.
Will also get the new Tales game. Ditto on the Xillia vs Tales of F or whatever it is called. Xillia is really good, not tried 2.
Most anticipated future rpgs - FF 15 and Dragons Dogma on PC. Never finished that + dlc, so looking forwards to the updated version. Loved that game.
Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen is on my to do list, although I'm probably just going to play the old Xbox 360 version.
Just finished (and plated) FF type Zero. I really liked the action and character options, the story was very JRPG so I had some eyeroll and WTF moments, but over all really liked the combat and style of the game. Its been on sale pretty reg so I picked it up for $30 and now will trade it in for $25.
I also am enjoying the FF15 demo that came with it, decided to Pre order it now.
I am going to do FF13-3 next
I've been playing all the mainline Final Fantasy games on my Emulation System, because the only two I ever originally finished was 4 and 6.
So far I went through:
- FF1 (Origins)
- FF4 (NDS version)
I just finished 9 last week, and I haven't decided which I'll play next.
Almost forgot Disgaea 5 releases in NA on October 6th. I'll probably pick it up since I've heard it plays a lot like Tactics. (I've never played a Disgaea game.)
Give that one a wait dude. I hear it bombed pretty hard in Japan, may not be a good Disgaea.
Famitsu used to be the go to in Japan for ratings so maybe I'm wrong, and the Japs are just bored with the series.
Disgaea 4 is the best recent one, if you have a vita or a ps3, can probably pick it up on the cheap as an alternative option
Breath of fire 1 and 2. I never played them beyond this.
Super Mario RPG
Secret of Evermore
Vandal Hearts 1 (turn based RPG)
Persona 3 and 4. For Persona 3 I prefer the version on PSP though
Shadow Hearts 1,Covenant, New World. Shadow Hearts: Covenant really is my favorite game of all time
Wild Arms 3
Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga. Its broken into two games, but really meant to be played as one enormous one.
Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
PS3- I didnt play many RPGs in the PS3 era.
Valkyria chronicles (turn based RPG) Another game that ranks very high for me.
Tactics Ogre: Let us Cling Together (PSP)
Jeanne DArc (PSP turn based RPG)
Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection (PSP) Has the base game and The After Years story line in one.
Valkyria Chronicles 2 and 3 (PSP turn based strategy) Both are great games, but limited by the PSP, so maps are small. You will need a translation patch for the third one
Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones (GBA Turn Based Strategy)
Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS Turn Based Strategy)
Shin Megami Tensei 4 (3DS)
Those are my suggestions of good RPGs to check out, I tried to list the less talked about games. All of them are easily played through an emulator also.
One of the Anons on 8ch got back to me already about Disgaea 5:
I think I'm gonna pick it up. With Persona 5 being delayed until 2016, and no Bravely Second or Dark Souls 3 until April 2016 (although I'm sure DS3 will be delayed), there aren't many RPGs coming out in the near future. We might see Dragon Quest VIII on the 3DS before 2016, but I don't think it's super likely.I've played it; it's alright. It's my first one though, so I don't know how it compares to other games in the series. Disgaea 5 is pretty grind-y. Story is goofy fun.
All the Disgaea's are super grindy. That's one of their biggest draws, though. You can practically play them forever, and get to the point that you're dealing like 999,999,999 damage in a single attack and shit.
I'm also playing The Last Story noodle, I'm about halfway through.
Just finished up Xenoblade chronicles, next on my list is Witcher 3, which I should be getting near the end of by the time the DLC comes out.
I finished Xillia about a month ago - pretty good, but there's not really any post-game shit to do minus one really annoying dungeon.
Going through Disgaea 4 right now and it's become a pretty familiar experience - utter addiction until I beat the game and for about 20 hrs after, then the magnitude of the grind sets in and I gradually lose interest.
Speaking of E3, I almost forgot, Legend of Legacy releases on 3DS in October this year as well. I got hands-on time with this game as well and it interested me greatly. Its art direction is like Bravely Default, but with a pop-up book theme, and the combat seems interesting, like a hybrid of standard JRPG combat and MMORPG holy trinities. I will absolutely be picking it up when it comes out.
Oh I did not realize it was a DW clone.
Thanks, I was about to preorder as I have a major RPG itch atm and Dragon Warrior was my first RPG and changed EVERYTHING.
Dragon Quest Warriors at least has better mechanics. The one boss battle I did was more fun than any of the ones in Hyrule Warriors, and there was no sub-item bullcrap, also you have bodyguards and you can actually switch between playing yourself or one of your bodyguards while in mid-battle. However, characters have MP which is consumed by some of their attacks in their combos, which is weird.
I'm certain there's an amazing game in there somewhere, but it is covered up in so many go here do that bullshit fetch quests that I've never found it.
Xenoblade is a dumbed-down, inferior-in-every-way knock off of FF XII crossed with godawful MMO-style questing and some of the worst voice acting in history.
I've tried really hard to get into Disgaea but the "humor" ruins it for me, and there's few things I hate more than writing that breaks the fourth wall. If you can get past all that, the game systems and tactical combat are pretty interesting.
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If you want you can go play D2 Disgaea which has a lot of quality of life improvements and was a solid game. Disgaea series is still probably my all time series by a far margin. Only FFT ranks up in individual games. 1,000's of hours spent on the D-series.
I have 3 or 4 for ps3, can't remember. It's good but I got annoyed as fuck when I lost a key battle and the story started over. I wasn't even that far but it pissed me off.
For me it didn't really pick up until you start running into the Black Waltz guys. Around that point the character development ramps up and most of the cast is surprisingly charming and well written for a Final Fantasy game. Unfortunately, around Disc 3, all the interesting ATEs and character development stops, and you're left with a fairly uninteresting plot trying to carry it to the end. I think if it didn't bottom out so severely around Disc 3 it'd be a strong contender for my favorite of the entire series. It has a lot of the kind of humor I like. Great scenes like Eiko cooking with Moogles, love letter winding up in the wrong people's hands, Zidane grabbing Dagger's ass, Quina seeing Cid as a frog. I also like the quirky Wizard of Oz art style it has. It makes things like Moogles not look so out of place.
Anyway, my save has 65 hours, but I did everything in the game except collect rare cards. I did some grinding at points too (which turned out to be completely unnecessary). You can only get Exalibur if you have under 12 hours played toward the end of the game -- so its possible to get through it pretty quickly if you wanted to.
Xenoblade Chronicles was good imo. Yeah there's a lot of fetch quests, but they're all very very quick: like go kill 4 things. go bring back 5 things. go here and kill one monster.
I'm a fiend for disgaea games, i've played them all multiple times. D: D2 is solid, and I've been watching streams of D5 and it looks fine to me, but GOOOOOOOOD do they fucking nickel and dime you on shitty DLC.
Picked up the third Hyperdimension Neptunia Rebirth game on the PSN flash sale for $16. I got the 2nd for for like $12 a couple flash sales ago...still playing through the first one.
The Last Story has me hooked.
The animations are a little weird, and graphics are just ok (It's on the Wii) - but the story is great so far. Very reminiscent of Phantasy Star III in the beginning. My only real issue is the scenes are very chopped up - like, talk to this guy for a 1 minute cutscene, ok let's go, walk 3 feet, another cutscene, walk 3 feet you zone into a new room, maybe another cutscene, walk into another zone, ok now we can battle, but wait we need a pre-battle cutscene.
Maybe that aspect will get better since they're still holding my hands in battle 3 hours in.
When you mentioned Last Story, made me think of:
Listened to this shit for hours and hours napping or studying, lol.
Funny you mention that. For my son we've been playing this 10 hour loop when he gets cranky, puts him right out. Also it's an incredible song by Nobuo as well:
I picked up Grandia 2 on steam, shit is so fucking fun to play again. I cannot WAIT for Persona 5, Star Ocean 5, etc etc. I need my JRPG fix, it's been way too long. I love Hyperdimension Neptunia too, but at the same time I neeed a break from IF! games. I've played wayyyyyyyyyy too many of them recently.
The DS/3DS have a lot of great RPGs on them, and I've been plowing through some old favorites again. The Etrian Odyssey series is spectacular in my opinion, especially with the 3DS "remakes" of the first two games that also contain a more story-centric mode. They are theoretically difficult when you first get into them, because it is incredibly rare for a modern game to have very high chances of killing you in the first couple of fights you get into in the game, whereas an unlucky RNG can destroy new party. Not to mention status ailments actually do stuff in those games, and are basically key to beating many of the harder fights. I highly recommend them if you haven't run through them yet. The first two games were rebranded and rebuilt for the 3DS and are Millenium Girl/Knight of Fafnir, then Etrian Odyssey 4. Etrian Odyssey 3 is still DS only but is imo one of the cooler games, especially as you get further into the dungeons/story.
Also, if you haven't played The Last Remnant (360/PC) you owe it to yourself to do so. One of the most underrated games of last gen, and it ends up being a pretty enjoyable story on top of progressively more intricate combat tactics.
Breath of Fire 3 and 4 for the PS were pretty solid as well, and I'd say that 3 is probably the best game in the entire series. The 5th game, Dragon Quarter, wasn't nearly as interesting or entertaining imo.
Games I'm waiting most for are Persona 5 and FFXV, like many others here. I really should sit down and plow through Personas 1 and 2 (have the roms) but they are almost too archaic at this point, especially compared to 3 and 4.
Will definitely be grabbing 5. I know what I will be getting for my money with this series.
Metacritic is already getting in some reviews for Disgaea 5
Didn't feel like making a new thread for this, but because there's a lot of disgaea talk in here, you might be interested in this:
Tears of Avia - Kickstarter for a tactical RPG with crafting system, 3D world exploration, dynamic story, etc.
Kickstarter just went live today with a $100k goal so it'll probably hit it fairly easily.
9 is hard to get into and sadly does just kinda let you wonder into the end after the build up- but IMO it as a whole is a lot better than many of the other FF offerings- especially the one it followed.
Those Disgaea 5 reviews are really solid. I know it's not exactly a jrpg, but this series almost always scoring 80+ on metacritic is pretty remarkable, what with western critics' hostility to the genre as a whole.
The original Shadow Hearts is what finally convinced me to ignore reviews at least sometimes. IGN gave it like a 5.
Even small little flourishes, like the Moogle playing with the dog in Treno. It's just decoration of a save point, but it's very hard not to smile when you see it, and it adds so much richness to the world's atmosphere. By the end they have boring rainbow bubbles for save points, and several of them are even invisible for "lolz, challenge!"
I did like the ending though. The Melodies of Life song and Vivi's somber Blade Runner ordeal especially managed to hit me in the feelz.
I'd say 9 is currently my third favorite behind 4 and 6. I haven't played 6 since I was like 13 so when I replay it I may even change my mind. I seem to remember 6 having a similar problem of character development dropping off a cliff, and a lot of its gameplay mechanics aren't as solid as 9.
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Yeah it just takes a very unique type of gamer to really appreciate a game like that. I really loved all the combos and such. I wanted to get that plat for the PS3 so bad lol. Maybe I will someday.
So my childhood was messed up because I never played any of the final Fantasy games. With a lot being on Android now which would people recommend.
I understand this question might have a lot of bias in the answers but which should I play first?
4, 5 or 6. 6 is probably the more highly praised, with 4 as a very close second and 5 having never been released in the west until way later tends to be the hipster FF.
I don't think anything past 6 is playable on android, so not gonna discuss them, but assuming you have access, 7 is also often considered the best and is definitely a must play, though it has aged terribly(it's also being remade). 1 and 2 are very barebones since they're very old school, 3 I believe is interesting but is still fairly old school.
So overall I'd say 4/6 > 5/3 > 1/2, and 7 along with 4/6 if you can play that.
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Final Fantasy 4 is considered one of the high water marks of the series. 6 would generally be considered another. After that you have a lot of debate about quality/story/etc. The one thing that basically everyone will agree on is that 8 was shitty, and people who like it should have their opinions become instantly suspect. Otherwise play which ever one you want, because they are generally all reasonably decent games.
Crone you might want to check out the emulation thread where we just had some great discussions on making emulation boxes for our tvs out of raspberry pis. Small investment and you can play every game from your childhood that you missed. Cheaper than paying the ridiculous prices these cost on the play or apple store.
As for RPG's in general.
I consider Lunar The Silver Star Story Complete (PSX) to be the definitive edition of the cadre of remakes and also a ground setting game to the entire JRPG genre. Lunar is imo the epitome of classic high fantasy JRPG, much like Tolkien...I am not saying it is on the same level of like LOTR etc...but my point is- Tolkien set the bar for what a high fantasy novel and series is to be, there have been many that emulate it, follow it etc.. some works worse, some arguably better but it is always agreed it is the classic that sets the stage and has every trope or standard faire done well or done first. Lunar: TSSS imo does that for the JRPG.
Wild Arms (1/remake) are a great romp and a fun game to go through - 3 was fun also, playing through 2 atm then will seek out 4. It is fun to play them in order as the plots are not (as far as I can tell) linked, but the "world" is the same just different era/vision etc. and it has been for me fun to see the things that do carry from one game to the next - mostly 1->3
To me FF games are in flavors - FF2 and 4 are the same flavor of empire takeover and resistance. FF3 and FF5 are all convoluted anime plots but LOOK JOB SYSTEM. FF6 and 7 are eco centric titles where the source of your magic/etc. comes from a live source and the bad empire that exploits that. FF8,9 and 10 are love stories.
Lunar is great. Lunar 2 was alright, but definitely not as good.
Oh, and FF7 is out on iOS, so it might be on android too. Final fantasy tactics too, definitely a must play
Disgaea 5 needs to freaking come out already! I made the extremely hard decision to hang up my Smite MOBA ranked hat and will have a big void to fill as that was about the only video game I played outside of rare games. Ironically I took a new awesome job that actually gives me a lot more money and 20+ less hours a week of work then before AND I get to work out of the house most the time....but alas to easy to fall into the treadmill of playing games and not enjoying the other areas of life. I was stuck in a shit hole for a few years so it don't matter but now that I am in Denver I have to enjoy it!
That being said.....anyone got any good ideas on abit more tactic/strategy rpg's to fill the void abit? I just can't get into single character rpg's, I like building teams etc but the linear rpg's without options have out grown me. One of the best ever was Tactics Ogre; you had so many options as far as classes to pick from, you could even 'feed' extra exp to people in fights by having them get the most kills etc if I remember. Games now days just seem to have the mirage of choice where usually it just doesn't matter. I want a game where I have options of classes and even when I make that I can still say man I want my XXX to be the bad ass carry for my team so I am focusing my money to upgrade his gear and give him extra stat cards blah blah. That's where I get the most enjoyment from, this shit on the rails now days just drives me insane.
I think tactic ogre's even had stat cards dropped from some defeated enemies that you could pick up with whoever you wanted. I wish they had abit better gear selection/special weapons but it was still one of the best games of all time.
Can't wait to make my mage in Disgaea be the bad ass mother fucker carrying the team! I focus all my efforts on the item world to get his gear to rock etc.....definitely love these games!
Less tactics-like but great turn based games recently would be divinity original sin, aarklash legacy, and wasteland 2...all great games.
If you just want something tactics-like to fill the void for a week while waiting I'd say aarklash since it's short, or Xcom because Xcom.
[QUOTE=Hateyou;1246060]If you have a PC, Xcom is the best tactics game in recent memory. Blackguards tactics battle system is really good but the interface and story are lacking. Sequel supposed to be better but I never got it.
Thanks for the feedback. I think I did FFT:A2 when it came along time ago (or was there 2 follow up games to FFT? Seemed abit kiddy compared to FFT but had some good systems).
I tried Blackguard and it was kind of meh for me; 2 started out with some good potential but honestly the environmental aspects drove me to quit. I like a few influencing factors in combat but I don't like for my combat to be 2nd to running to pull some lever or stupid shit. It BG2 was actually challenging which was awesome at least.
XCOM I had for Playstation and really enjoyed when it first came out. I didn't try on PC but heard there was some awesome expansion pack or player made version (long war?), I see XCOM2 is coming out down the road so maybe that might be a good fix to try on the PC side, man I used to fucking whip my remote controller across the room when I magically missed 5 of 6 shots with 90% accuracy.....fucking cheating god damn aliens.
I am going to give DO:S a try again when they do the re-release or whatever here soon. Something about it I just didn't like much but I didn't get hardly into it so I'm sure it will get better. Wasteland 2 I lasted like < 2 hours before I realized I have such narrow tolerences and anything sci-fi or post apoc just isn't much interest to me (XCOM being the exception). Aarklash I think I played and really enjoyed, i'll have to go look if I finally finished that but I liked you had some options on skills etc.
Unrelated; anyone kick into the Kickstarter for Unsung Story? It is PSvita (possible PS4 port?) by one of the creators of FFT I believe. Only 1 of 2 KS I have ever put money into....they are going to be delayed by at least a year but I'm still looking forward to it. There is going to be pvp arena battles etc and they said they are balancing classes around that lol......even though its first and foremost a single player tactics game. I heard FFT creator and said TAKE MY 200 dollars, give me goodness. Only other KS I put cash into was HEX since might and magic CTG was my first card game and I enjoyed it greatly. Turned a 500 dollar KS investiment I think into 2000 after I realized I didn't enjoy it nearly as much as M&M.
Any other suggestions? I'll be back from travels Wednesday night and downloading XCOM if nothing else comes up! (Playing Fairy Fencer on my work laptop when I travel; actually kind of a fun game from Idea factory I think.)
- Final Fantasy Tactics Advance: The story is pretty good, but the law system sucks. Lots of cool side missions, but you can brick and get stuck if you don't complete them in a certain order (though this doesn't happen until way late in the postgame if you decided to do it). Still a very fun game though.
- Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift: I like this one better than Advance, even though the story isn't as good. More classes, more races, a revamped non-suck law system, facing effects damage rather than accuracy, MP starts at 0 in a battle but regens twice as fast, and a lot of other cool improvements over the other one. Also has a pretty cool endgame dungeon for hardcore players.
I enjoy strategies and hadn't played any Xcom games before. Looked on steam and there's like 6+ different xcoms. Any particular one I should try first?
I bought Hyperdimension Neptunia Rebirth 1 and 2 on steam, that's some fun ass RPG fan service lol. Really fun games. If you like crazy over the top fan service, highly recommended.
I am wondering for a game title and RPG that I can play with my kids...
Lunar SCCC - skipping the need to buy soap... or Super Mario RPG - is that on VC? Lunar I have the discs somewhere and can play on my ps3.
Any other suggestions? Want to make it a gateway to more reading etc. kids are only 4 and 2.5 though :-)
This little gem has caused a flurry of activity over at 8chan, so I picked it up two days ago and have been pretty much playing it non-stop. It's an indie RPG developed by a very small team that has been described as "this generation's Earthbound." I can't really say whether that's accurate or not because I haven't played much of Earthbound (and what I did play of it I didn't enjoy), but if you're looking for a JRPG-esque game with a well-written story (composing of both great comedic and emotional moments), important player choices, "bullet hell" dodge mechanics, and that retro-spirte aesthetic, this game is for you.
In the world of Undertale, monsters and humans used to co-exist, until the humans declared war and sent all of the monsters deep underground, sealing them behind a great magic barrier. You play as a child who one day, while exploring in the mountains, falls down a hole into the Underground, where the monsters now live, and you have to find a way to escape.
One of the cool things about this game is that battling is a bit more open-ended than in most RPGs. You don't have to kill every single enemy (or boss) that you come across, because every single enemy in the game can be "defeated" without killing them. On top of that, there are consequences for killing or sparing enemies. Do you kill a tough boss so that he can't come back later in the game to fight you again? Or do you spare him and attempt to make friends?
The game also has a habit of breaking the 4th wall and making fun of JRPGs. It's really fun and I highly recommend it.
Undertale looks damn sweet, thanks for the heads up.
Ni No Kuni is a great option for kids, I need to go back and finish that game up!
Soundtrack is really good too!
Pretty sure you guys made fun of me when I recommended these games earlier in the year when I got my Vita..... :V
I never did, I play IF! games for years. I just didn't realize this was was quite that good.
Yeah thanks for suggestions- I have a og 60gig backwards compatible PS3 so anything goes on my system- and I have a great local used game store nearby for any old game needs... f you gamestop.
Early (~25 minute) impressions of Disgaea 5 are extremely positive. They've continued the process of streamlining some of the more annoying mechanics that D2 started, my favorite so far being that class creation requires HL instead of mana. The main base is also closer to 3/4's large single room than D2's annoying multiroom deal. There's also a suite of post-battle features like one-time possibly unique max bonus rewards for each stage as well as a sort of mvp system that rewards the characters that contribute most to boosting the bonus gauge.
I know 25 minutes is a ludicrously irrelevant interval of time when the task at hand is evaluating a fucking Disgaea game, but there you go.
edit: Oh, and if you move, you're free to move again, as long as the second movement command falls within the bounds of where you could move from your point of origin. Quite a QoL improvement.
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There's a demo that is basically just the beginning of the game, btw.
My impression is that the mechanics are sound and there's probably a fun SRPG in there somewhere, but like the previous games it's buried underneath story and dialogue that is just so awful that I can't get past it. Maybe someday I'll try to get through one of these games by skipping literally every single bit of dialogue, but it just seems pointless to play a game that way.
The Last Story is proving difficult to finish.
It's just so damn easy. Not that I always want to get a game over screen, but I haven't been in danger once yet. I'm towards the end of the game and it's just boring to play. I don't even use any abilities besides my gale when I have to dissipate shit.
I'm picking up Disgaea tonight so I have something to play for the next couple of days while I'm stuck at home due to getting my wisdom teeth ripped out tomorrow.
Also gonna shill for Undertale one more time. It's REALLY good. (And currently the top-rated game on Metacritic if you care about that kind of thing.)
Thought I'd share a sort of funny aside. When I went to Gamestop around noon (first time in months, card's been expired for years) to get the game I asked the clerk how many she'd sold. She said I was the second person to buy a copy. I know this shit is niche, but wow - wasn't expecting that.
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