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Does this game intro still give you goosebumps today? It does to me. There have been many new games to have come out since PSO, but the emotions this game conjures up is second to none. We did get a PSO game for the DS, that while decent, wasn’t quite as memorable as its predecessor. I would really love to see an upgraded port of this come to the 3DS. It would be perfect on the 3DS. Make it happen, Sega. Do it for the people that want to experience it again. And especially do it for the people that never quite got that chance.
All this recent talk about Adam’s Zelda-ish rogue-like game, ‘The Infinite Cave,’ has given me an itch to go back and play an old retro dungeon crawler. The first game to pop up in my head was of course ‘The Tower of Druaga.’ It shares many of the same traits of a rogue-like, but is not a rogue-like in the truest sense. It has a very hardcore cult following, and for good reason. It’s probably one of the hardest dungeon crawlers ever created by man. Between the extreme intricate know how of what is required to be done at each level, and the lightning quick reflexes required to navigate through the mazes unharmed, its no wonder so many give up before getting in far enough to truly appreciate this game. If that sounds like your cup of tea, and you’re a glutton for punishment, you could be in for a real retro treat. Continue reading
This commercial is so adorable.
To a lesser extent this as well.
This one has a cat and the girl is wearing a cute hair pin.
The more I think about Ni No Kuni, the more I am wanting to import it. I can’t find it cheap anywhere so I will wait until I have some expendable income.