Favorite RPGs

Big McLargehuge
09-26-2003, 02:47 PM
Video Game thread time!

My top 10
1. Final Fantasy VII, PSX, Squaresoft, 1997- For a game in 1997 this was perfection. The best game soundtrack ever, the best story ever, amazing graphics at the time, simply amazing characters(in GameFAQs summerlong character contest Cloud faced Sephiroth in the finals out of 64 characters with Cloud winning it all)...just an amazing game through and through. It takes something special to make me play through a 35 hour game 7 times...
GameRankings average score: 93% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/197341.asp)
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2. Grandia, PSX, Game Arts, 1999- The only thing that prevents this from being 1b with Final Fantasy VII is a goddawful translation. Unfortuanetly the best version of this game was Japaneese only on the Sega Saturn... And amazing game with a great storyline, good characters, a good soundtrack, ect. Nothing really matches up with FFVII except for one thing. It's the most fun I've ever had playing an RPG... It's just a game that hooks you from the start and you just can't stop. The battle system is second only to it's sequal. Another huge advantage, in some eyes at least, it's it's game length. I beat this game in 78 hours.
GameRankings average score: 87% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/197483.asp)
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3. Suikoden III, PS2, Konami, 2002- Easily the best RPG on "next-generation" systems. That may not be saying much but this still is an amazing game. Great story, great battle system, great characters(all 108 of them), great graphics, and one of the top 5 original soundtracks of all time.. This is a must play game. I'm currently at 35 hours(first time through) with at least 15 more to go.
GameRankings average score: 87% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/536777.asp)
http://www.game-revolution.com/games/ps2/rpg/suikoden_34.jpg

4. Chrono Trigger, SNES, Squaresoft, 1995- If not for the shortness of this game it'd probably be a bit higher. I got enthralled in this game and couldn't stop, much like the other games in my top 5, but unlike the others I finished in a measly week. The New Game+ feature always adds a ton of replayability though, as does the multiple endings. Beat in 18 hours the first time through.
GameRankings average score: 94% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/563538.asp)
http://www.gamespy.com/legacy/halloffame/ctrigger/ctrunners.jpg

5. Grandia II, Dreamcast, Game Arts, 2000- Much like it's prequal, this game received tons of acclaim but still didn't get nearly enough respect. The game really has two major strengths, both keys. It's storyline is amazing. It's a religious story(not "real" religion, but religion nontheless, one of the main characters is basically a devil incarnate named Millenia) but it's told so much better than any one I had played before it. The second strength is the battle system...good god. I never thought the Grandia system would be beaten but it was...with...Grandia II... Like CT it'd be up there if it were longer, but it's still a good 30 hours long.
GameRankings average socre: 88% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/197485.asp)
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hours long.

6-10 next...

Big McLargehuge
09-26-2003, 02:48 PM
6. Skies of Arcadia, Dreamcast, Sega Overworks, 2000- Coming out of seemingly nowhere only weeks after Grandia II this game really...well...suprised everyone, even people in the industry. An interesting story to say the least(sky pirates!) this is one of those games that's just so hard to explain, you just have to play it to believe it. A typical Sega game(weird, yet great, but gets almost no respect). Only real flaw is an awful battle system. Great length, a good 55 hours long with good replayability to boot...
GameRankings average score: 90% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/197237.asp)
http://www.gamerankings.com/screens4/197237/38.jpg


7. Chrono Cross, PSX, Squaresoft, 2000- Coming out in the best year in RPG history this was one of the most hyped RPGs of all time. Considering the hype it held out pretty well. 44 playable characters and a pretty...interesting story line leads to a great experience. About 40 hours long but numerous extras including New Game+.
GameRankings average score: 92% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/196917.asp)
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8. Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete, PSX, Game Arts, 2000- Another reason why 2000 was truly the year of the RPG. This one came out in late December of 2000. A remake of the Sega CD game from 1994 this game basically came in a prettied-up package and some graphical improvements(it still looked like a 16-bit game though). Another Game Arts religious based game. Another game that just has to be played to really understand it. About 35 hours long.
GameRankings average score: 84.5% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/197807.asp)
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9. Final Fantasy IX, PSX, Squaresoft, 2000- The fifth game in a row from late 2000...damn. This was the return to Final Fantasy's "roots" and a damn good one at that. Starts off a little weak but really picks up steam. About 35-40 hours long.
GameRankings average score: 92% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/197338.asp)
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10. Paper Mario, N64, Nintendo, 2001- Easily the best RPG on the Nintendo 64, hell one of only two "true" RPGs on the entire system(the other being the atrocious Aidyn Chronicles). A happy little story revolving around a paper thin Mario trying to save...what else? Princess Peach! Just a flat out(pun not intentional) fun game to play. A real suprise, at least to me.
GameRankings average score: 89% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/198849.asp)
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Now that is hardly a comprehensive list of the best RPGs ever since there are TONS of games that I never completed(Xenogears, Final Fantasy VI, Final Fantasy IV, Star Ocean 2, Lunar: Silver Star Story, basically most RPGs from PSX's early days and earlier).

XX
09-26-2003, 02:48 PM
RPGs = Games for people who lack twitch skills

I like Diablo :D

Big McLargehuge
09-26-2003, 02:49 PM
I can't stand action RPGs.

Only one I've ever liked was Threads of Fate.

Porn*
09-26-2003, 03:18 PM
for the most part i don't like video games that are rpg. I like sports games... but vampire the masquerade was cool when it came out.

PVP i like: D&D, shadowrun

Rowsdower
09-26-2003, 03:23 PM
Lemme take a stab at this.....

1. Chrono Trigger
2. Final Fantasy 7
3. Final Fantasy Tactics
4. Final Fantasy 6
5. Suikoden 2
6. Final Fantasy 8
7. Suikoden 3
8. Xenogears
9. Final Fantasy 10
10. Wild ARMS

dempsey_k*
09-26-2003, 03:31 PM
I like playing slave while the girl plays master and smacks me around because I've been a bad boy.

DJyellow
09-26-2003, 03:37 PM
i don't play many RPG, but I did enjoy

1. Final Fantasy VII on PSONE
2. Shining Force on Sega Genesis

canucksfan
09-26-2003, 03:40 PM
Super Mario RPG

DutchLeafsfan
09-26-2003, 03:48 PM
1a. Baldur's Gate Shadows of Amn and The Throne of Bhaal

Simply one fo the greatest games ever made. Featuring a great and involving story, as well as countless sidequests, the total playtime for BGII could well run up to 200+ hours. Improved on the already excellen Baldur's Gate game on all fornts, while adding things like storngholds, romances, class kits among others. A true masterpiece.
Gamerankings average: 94%
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1b. Planescape Torment

The greatest story driven RPG ever. Period. Emphasized less on combat and more on story and role playing. Set in the Planescape D&D setting, the game featured countless interesting locations and characters, and an incredible story. Focussed heavily on character development, with the actions of the player influencing his allignment and the way the character was developed influencing conversation/action options. Could make a very solid run for most underrated game.
Gamerankings average: 90%
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2. Gothic II

Thirs person RPG from Germany, where it sold incredibly well. Also has had it share of succes in other countries lately. Game in which story and combat are the driving forces. Players got a lot of freedom to build their own characters, and had two large worlds to explore. This, great graphics and great combat made for an excellent title.
Gamerankings average: 78%
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3. Deus Ex

Brilliant hybrid RPG/Shooter by Warren Sepctor, with a great conspiracy theory story in the near future. Featuring different ways to solve each problem and having many possibilities to develop one's character, Deus Ex is widely considered to be one of the best games ever.
Gamerankings average: 91%
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4. Neverwinter Nights

Bioware's much hyped follow up to Baldur's Gate II, this ambitious project was supposed to bring multiplayer RPG gaming to the next level, with a toolset and DungeonMaster client included. Is lots of fun to play with friends, with virtually endless posibillities. Was somewhat disappointing as a singleplayer game though, with an uninspired singleplayer campaign. First game to incorporate the D&D 3rd edition rules properly.
Gamerankings average: 90%
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5. Arcanum: Of Steamworks & Magick Obscura

Relatively unknown hardcore RPG by Troika, a team comprised of people who were also responsible for Fallotu and Fallout 2 (which would have most likely made my list had I been able to play them). Huge freedom and the interesting combination of both science and magic made this a very interesting title. Didn't sell that well though, partly due to the below par graphics, as well as the relatively 'die-hardness'.
Gamerankings average: 80%

6. Icewind Dale II

Enjoyable RPG from Black Isle where the focus is mainly on combat. Good incorporation of the 3rd edition D&D rules and exciting combat scenes made this a very enjoyable game.
Gamerankings average: 84%

7. Baldur's Gate

The game which revived the RPG genre. Featuring real time combat (which was in fact turn based with the player not noticing it), haivng pretty good graphics and being quite accessible for new players made this a large hit and caused people to pay attention to RPGs once more. Was surpassed by several later titles which used the Infinity engine.
Gamerankings average: 92%

8. Gothic

Basically the same applies to Gothic as to Gothic II, with the notion that Gothic II did everything better, as a proper sequel should.
Gamerankings average: 79%

9. Morrowind

One of the pretiest RPGs ever, Morrowind gave the player the chance to explore a huge island on foot, which was filled with interesting sites and dungeons. With tons of quests and possibilities, the player had plenty to do. Unfortunately combat was relatively boring, and the whole game was somewhat slow paced. Still very enjoyable though.
Gamerankings average: 89%

10. Divine Divinity

Unknown RPG from Belgian Larian Studios, which aimed to make an RPG with high accessibility for newcomers while offering a deep experience for the more experienced players. This succeeded well, the game starting with Diablo-like gameplay which gradually deepened with new skills and possibilities becoming available. Lots of things to do, with different ways to solve quests. Also featuring decent graphics. Another underrated game.
Gamerankings average: 83%

11. Icewind Dale

The least enjoyable of the Infinity Engine games, the fun was still a lot of fun to play. Like its sequel it was extremely combat oriented, however the AI was relatively weak, which enabled a few cheap tricks to beat the game. By no means a bad title though.
Gamerankings average: 85%

12.Vampire The Masquerade: Redemption

At the time of its release it featured the best graphics ever seen in a RPG. Had a very interesting theme, using White Wolf's Vampire universe. Many nice skills and an interesting story (as well as a time jump from the time of the crusades to the present day) made this a pretty enjoyable title, although the combat was somewhat repetitive.
Gamerankings average: 77%


Not included were games like Diablo, Dungeon Siege and Final Fantasy, since while these involve stats like most RPGs do, they did not involve any Role Playing, which is the essence of the genre. FF and Diablo are games in which the player is pushed down a linear path without having to make any moral choices and such, thus excluding them form the RPG genre.

Not included but standing a good chance of being included had I been able to play them: Fallout, Fallout 2, Arx Fatalis and probably quite a bunch that I have somehow forgotten.

Future Wishlist:
*Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
*Greyhawk: Temple of Elemental Evil
*Deus Ex IIL Invisible War
*Fable (if I ever get an Xbox)
*Quite a few others which now probably slipped from my mind

Worst RPG ever player:
Hands down the PC port of Capcom.'s Breath of Fire IV, which I got to review. Absolutely nothing short of horrible...

Tacks
09-26-2003, 03:52 PM
[QUOTE=phantompenguin]6. Skies of Arcadia, Dreamcast, Sega Overworks, 2000- Coming out of seemingly nowhere only weeks after Grandia II this game really...well...suprised everyone, even people in the industry. An interesting story to say the least(sky pirates!) this is one of those games that's just so hard to explain, you just have to play it to believe it. A typical Sega game(weird, yet great, but gets almost no respect). Only real flaw is an awful battle system. Great length, a good 55 hours long with good replayability to boot...
GameRankings average score: 90% (http://www.gamerankings.com/htmlpages2/197237.asp)
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My friend played this game on the GameCube. He loved it so much, it took him 74 hours to finally beat it. Easily the best game he's ever played, he said it was like a 74 hour movie. He gave it to me to try and he said you'll either love it or hate it. I gave I a shot for 3 days and the story was great but the random battles and ridiculously big map was too much for me to get into. I like playing games like Wind Waker and Star Fox Adventures more, but even in Wind Waker the traveling got kind've tiresome. Maybe some day down the line I'll give it another shot, it really seems worth it.

Grizzly Adams
09-26-2003, 04:08 PM
I don't think Ive played over 10 RPGs, I'll just list all that I have played in greatest to least order.

Final Fantasy 2
Secret of Mana
Final Fantasy 3
Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy X (this one is hard to compare)
Lufia

Haven't play any in a dogs age though, except FFX.

Dr Seldon
09-26-2003, 04:13 PM
DutchLeafsfan, very nice list, although I didn't much care for Arcanum, just couldn't get past the awful interface. And as you indicated in your comments, you REALLY should play Fallout 1 and 2, imho the best crpg:s ever, although Baldur's Gate and Planscape Tourment weren't too shabby either ;)

USC Trojans
09-26-2003, 04:18 PM
1. LEGEND OF ZELDA - For its time, it was certainly the best ever.
2. FFVI - Gameplay was awesome, it was a very very entertaining game.
3. Secret of Mana - One of the few ARPGs that I liked. Very fun
4. FFVII - Revolutionary gameplay, revolutionary graphics.
5. FFX - Finished it in a week so it felt like I was watching a long movie
6. Eye of the Beholder II - The Legend of Darkmoon
7. Leisure Suit Larry - Don't know if it qualifies as an RPG, but you gotta admit, it was great.
8. Monkey Island - see above.
9. Chrono Trigger - Innovative
10. Kingdom Hearts - Disney characters bring back some good memories.

DutchLeafsfan
09-26-2003, 04:19 PM
DutchLeafsfan, very nice list, although I didn't much care for Arcanum, just couldn't get past the awful interface. And as you indicated in your comments, you REALLY should play Fallout 1 and 2, imho the best crpg:s ever, although Baldur's Gate and Planscape Tourment weren't too shabby either ;)

I have Fallout somewhere in my collection since I received it recently from someone who had 2 copies (at the time of the release I didn't have a computer able to play them), but have so far never had the time to play it. Too many other games to be played or reviewed so far, as well as in the forseeable future. (I'll be doing Greyhawk, Knights of the Old Republic, as well as Homeworld 2 and X2 among others...) So much to do, so little time... :mad:

Torment is to me probably the best experience as a game ever, however I put BGII on par with it because although the story and setting were slightly less appealign to me, it did offer a great deal of other nice features, as well as the best collection of interesting sidequests I have ever seen. :)

Wild Thing
09-26-2003, 04:19 PM
That's an excellent topic, but I have no idea what the rest of you are talking about. My favorite RPG would probably be the RPG-7 - it blazed the way (so to speak) and has stood the test of time.

My little friend (http://www.militaryfactory.com/small_arms/rocket_propelled_grenade.asp)

DutchLeafsfan
09-26-2003, 04:24 PM
That's an excellent topic, but I have no idea what the rest of you are talking about. My favorite RPG would probably be the RPG-7 - it blazed the way (so to speak) and has stood the test of time.

My little friend (http://www.militaryfactory.com/small_arms/rocket_propelled_grenade.asp)

Now that's what us D&D fans have the 'Protection from Missiles' spell for :yo:

dempsey_k*
09-26-2003, 04:26 PM
That's an excellent topic, but I have no idea what the rest of you are talking about. My favorite RPG would probably be the RPG-7 - it blazed the way (so to speak) and has stood the test of time.

My little friend (http://www.militaryfactory.com/small_arms/rocket_propelled_grenade.asp)

Soviet Built paperweight.

Try the stinger on for size.

Big McLargehuge
09-26-2003, 05:35 PM
My friend played this game on the GameCube. He loved it so much he played it for 74 hours before calling it quits. Easily the best game he's ever played, he said it was like a 74 hour movie. He gave it to me to try and he said you'll either love it or hate it. I gave I a shot for 3 days and the story was great but the random battles and ridiculously big map was too much for me to get into. I like playing games like Wind Waker and Star Fox Adventures more, but even in Wind Waker the traveling got kind've tiresome. Maybe some day down the line I'll give it another shot, it really seems worth it.

I called it quits at around 50, fairly close to the end.

I was lost and the map and random battles just became too much for me.

I've tried to get back into it but it's hard after almost 3 years to just pick up a game and continue...if I play it again it's from the start.

And given the "recent" lack of RPGs I may just do that.

But the battle system and random battles...and more random battles...and more random battles...and more random battles...that really hurt that game.

On my list Grandia, Grandia 2, Lunar 2, Chrono Cross, and Chrono Trigger have viewable enemies. That's almost all of the games that do that stuff
;)

Duff88
09-26-2003, 06:01 PM
1. FF VII
2. Suikoden I
3. Chrono Cross
4. FF IV
5. FF IX
6. FF VI
7. Dragon Warrior IV
8. Dragon Warrior II
9. Dragon Warrior VII
10. Alundra

Zodiac
09-26-2003, 06:38 PM
I haven't played that many RPGs but I really liked Final Fantasy 7 for the PSX and Diablo 2 for the PC.

I still play Diablo2 every now and then. Only on the net though.

Nalyd Psycho
09-26-2003, 06:45 PM
No numbering for me.

-Fallout 2
-Chrono Trigger
-Breath of Fire 3
-Breath of Fire 4
-Lunar 2
-Wild Arms 2
-Final Fantasy 7
-Final Fantasy 5
-Final Fantasy Tactics
-Final Fantasy 6

Zodiac
09-26-2003, 07:30 PM
No numbering for me.

-Fallout 2
-Chrono Trigger
-Breath of Fire 3
-Breath of Fire 4
-Lunar 2
-Wild Arms 2
-Final Fantasy 7
-Final Fantasy 5
-Final Fantasy Tactics
-Final Fantasy 6



Ohya ...you reminded me of a few more really good RPGs I played for the PC.

Fallout 1 and 2 and I also completed Vampire: The Masquerade. Was pretty cool.

Fallout was great.

Dr Seldon
09-27-2003, 02:41 AM
Now that's what us D&D fans have the 'Protection from Missiles' spell for :yo:

Yay, D&D jokes :)

Got a real urge to replay an old IE game. Which do I chose, Torment, BG2 from the start, or BG2 from The Throne of Bhaal. Tough choice...

DutchLeafsfan
09-27-2003, 03:03 AM
Yay, D&D jokes :)

Got a real urge to replay an old IE game. Which do I chose, Torment, BG2 from the start, or BG2 from The Throne of Bhaal. Tough choice...

Either Torment or BG2 right form the start, depending on your mood :) I personally prefer to play through the entire BG2 story+expansion at once, rather than startin half way as it is with ToB. Actually you should start with Baldur's Gate, play trough Tales of the SwordCoast, then Shadows of Amn and Throne of Bhaal ;)

Dr Seldon
09-27-2003, 03:52 AM
Actually you should start with Baldur's Gate, play trough Tales of the SwordCoast, then Shadows of Amn and Throne of Bhaal ;)

Uggh, that would be a handful. Think I'll just replay Planscape :)

Vyse64
09-27-2003, 04:05 AM
i haven't played a lot of RPGs in my 15 years of playing Videogames but my top 5 would be

1 Chrono Trigger overall the greatest game ever
2. Skies of Arcadia: legends on GC greatest RPG for the GC and N64 (Paper Mario sucks btw)
3. Super mario RPG
4. Breath of Fire 2 (funny how no one mention this one yet)
5. Legend of Zela 2 on the NES (i guess you can it a action RPG at worst but still a great game)

just to note it only took me about 50-55 hours to finish SOAL on the GC, I bet i know what gave you guys trouble was finidng the land of Thunder(yellow) boss under the conutry his cave is well hidden hard to pick up, took me over 2 hours to find.

also I never did find that last wanted black pirate, and the angel of death is really hard after the 2nd time

Jovavic
09-27-2003, 07:35 AM
This going to be really hard to narrow down. I'll just do tradtional console RPGs, so no Symphony of the Night, Zelda games, or Knights of the Old Republic.

1. Final Fantasy 4
2. Suikoden 2
3. Skies of Arcadia
4. Lufia 2
5. Arc the Lad 2
6. Secret of Mana
7. Chrono Trigger
8. Xenogears
9. Suikoden 3
10. Suikoden 1
11. Final Fantasy 6
12. Final Fantasy 7

Big McLargehuge
09-27-2003, 11:38 AM
*teh bizzump*

Duff88
09-27-2003, 01:00 PM
:rant: I can't find Suikoden II anywhere!!! :rant:

golfmade
09-27-2003, 01:17 PM
Baldurs Gate 2.

Big McLargehuge
09-27-2003, 01:28 PM
:rant: I can't find Suikoden II anywhere!!! :rant:

well duuuuuuuuh.

It goes for up to $120 on eBay.

If you wanted to buy it new you needed to find it within the first couple weeks of it's release. Konami releases the Suikoden games in very, very limited quantities.

I have no clue why...Suikoden III is it's most widely released on and it still was impossible to find until the recent second release of it a month or two ago.

Douggy
09-27-2003, 01:44 PM
Anybody remember Mario RPG??

Anyways, I liked the original pokemon for the Gameboy.

Ticallion961
09-27-2003, 01:46 PM
Anybody remember Mario RPG??

Anyways, I liked the original pokemon for the Gameboy.

Mario RPG was gold...took me so long to figure out "Pearls"

Bowser was hilarious

Jovavic
09-27-2003, 01:52 PM
Hopefully you live in a big city with lots of gaming stores, or you'll probably never going to find it :cry:

zeppelin97
09-27-2003, 02:15 PM
1. Valkyrie Profile
2. Vagrant Story
3. Suikoden 3
4. Star Ocean 2
5. Xenosaga/Xenogears
6. Front mission 3
7. Final Fantasy Tactics
8. Final Fantasy 6
9. Final Fantasy X
10. Dark Cloud

Some notables are chrono trigger, legend of zelda, final fantasy 4. All these games where very ground breaking, but have since become outdated.

I tend to like rpg's with an interesting battle system. FF series is great but i've always thought that the series started taking a nose dive in that department during FF 6. It was pretty good in FF 4.

Big McLargehuge
09-27-2003, 02:57 PM
Hopefully you live in a big city with lots of gaming stores, or you'll probably never going to find it :cry:


Don't think that matters much.

Pittsburgh is pretty big but according to GameSpot.com the closest copy to me is 98 miles away in Ohio...

sammy87
09-27-2003, 03:17 PM
i don't play many RPG, but I did enjoy

1. Final Fantasy VII on PSONE
2. Shining Force on Sega Genesis


Shining Force I and II for the Genesis are far and away the games i've spent the most time playing. If i had my Genesis hooked up i might be playing it now.

Malmo_Mike
09-27-2003, 03:42 PM
Knights of the Old Republic is one of the better recent RPG's I've played.

FearTheFlyers
09-27-2003, 04:38 PM
1.Shenmue-Not sure if this is an RPg but hands down my fasvorite video game ever

2-Suikoden 1
3-FF8
4.Suikoden 3
5.FF10
6-Shenmue 2
7-FF7
8-FF4

I can't think of any more i liked a lot

BTW this is my 1000th post

Jovavic
09-27-2003, 06:30 PM
Don't think that matters much.

Pittsburgh is pretty big but according to GameSpot.com the closest copy to me is 98 miles away in Ohio...

Oh really, what's the zip code? I could use an extra copy :D

EDIT: If he lived in a big city, he'd have more stores to visit, making the chances of him finding the game better. That's what I was getting at.

J-D
09-27-2003, 08:08 PM
Final Fantasy 4,5,6,7,8,10 (did not play tactics and hated 9)
Chrono Trigger
Vagrant Story
Xenogears/Xenosaga
Monkey Island
Dragon Warrior
Pirates!

Big McLargehuge
09-27-2003, 09:55 PM
You should be happy to hear, if you haven't already, that Sid Meier will be, FINALLY, making a sequal to Pirates!

I can't wait, expecially since I was 1 when Pirates! came out...