So do any of you guys have one of these little guys? I got the color model at a convention last year. Playing final fantasy 1 by memory was a great time. It's a shame it didn't do very well here in the states, because it had so much potential. Oh well. Not everyone wins, I guess.
I wanted it for that one english translated Digimon game (it was the Korean version for some reason) but I never got around to buying one.
I will never know what the fuck is up with Ryo since his entire story were a series of games for the Wonderswan I'll never play.
It's pretty nice, but expect a faithful and barebones port. There's no extra content like you'd see in other Square ports or remakes. Although the menu does allow you to view all monster meats you've eaten, nothing is obtained by filling out the collection. There's also a New Game+ mode, but nothing is different about it except for a crown symbol on your save file for bragging rights.
The WSC port of Romancing SaGa does add some additional content, although I can't remember exactly what. I think it was the first time the game had a dash feature, and I believe there was also a bonus enemy encounter somewhere.
I have a black and white one I bought years ago, never got around to getting any games on it. I emulated the digimon games though and those are really great if you grew up with the virtual pets.
I have the original and the color and about 8 games. I haven't played much of anything beyond gunpey and wonder stadium though, as I am not yet good enough at moon. I am studying daily though, and aim to start playing chocobo mystery dungeon this year.
Very interested to start exploring the quirky games on this platform. One big Neato game I got is Uzumaki, a game adaptation of the Junji Ito Manga. I'm excited to see how they turn that into a game.
>Do you have any experience to input?
They're two completely different games. Romancing SaGa PS2 overhauls the game engine and the way the party manages skills. Of course, there's also the fact that the environments are now 3D.
RS1 on Super Famicom is frankly going to feel sluggish with its absurd number of enemies constantly chasing your skirt tails, but I guess it's charming for its nostalgia. If you just want to experience the setting and characters, then the PS2 remake is probably your best bet. RS1's plot and character development are a bit thin, despite the large volume of scenarios and recruitable characters. The PS2 remake touches up the world and its characters with comparatively more detail.
I was a stupid little faggot who snuck out while on vacation with my family. I foolishly thought that the entirety of the resort town would be safe, but I ended up in a BAD part by accident. My trip home was like a bizarre version of Pac-man from hell, except the ghosts were creepy Hispanic dudes who kept calling out "chica" and "caliente" (I'm a guy but I had longish hair then) in a weird chanting like the monks from Resident Evil 4.
that's fine, I'm learning moon and want some more games to play whenever I get really proficient and start playing my WS more.
Speaking of which, anybody who can help me figure out the last two kanji on the second line? I have no idea what they're supposed to be.
wow, I was totally off on all accounts. Guess I need to study a lot more before I'm ready to play a game.
Even so, I picked up more than I did the last time, so I feel pretty good about that. Thanks for the help.
so, dragging discussion back to the handheld...
This thing has no headphone jack, but it does have an expensive as all getout headphone adapter.
Is that adapter worth the money? Has anyone used it?