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Bruins4990 asked this question on 12-01-2021 at 01:17 PM
12-01-2021 at 01:17 PM
I really liked flame in the food. Check out the reviews. I got it for free on PC from Amazon prime gaming.

It is a rogue-like (ish) survival game where you are traveling down a river to reach your destination. Your progress gets saved every so often so you don’t have to repeat everything. It was great.
12-01-2021 at 01:17 PM
Trine collection is still $9.99. Enjoy
12-01-2021 at 01:17 PM
Saga Frontier was a SNES game I could never figure out, but it’s one of many from SquareSoft before the merger that is held in high regard.

The Romancing SaGa series is also held in high regard, but I’ve never played any. Might grab one to check it out.

Finally, the Final Fantasy Legend series is old school Gameboy RPGs. Zero in the graphics department, but a nostalgia throwback if you’re into that.
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SaGa Frontier was a PSX game, not an SNES game. Fwiw, SaGa Frontier is an amazing, one of a kind JRPG that is remarkably deep, incredibly beautiful (in it's own way), and has a huge cult following. But it's also super complicated, has a high difficulty/learning curve, it's overly convoluted, and almost impossible to play without a guide or FAQ open in a browser window. If you've got a thing for unique and quirky, albeit masterstroke in detail JRPGs, definitely check it out. Well worth the price of the remaster. Similar could be said about the other SaGa games: they're great but not for the casual JRPG fan.
Saga Frontier was a SNES game I could never figure out, but it's one of many from SquareSoft before the merger that is held in high regard.

The Romancing SaGa series is also held in high regard, but I've never played any. Might grab one to check it out.

Finally, the Final Fantasy Legend series is old school Gameboy RPGs. Zero in the graphics department, but a nostalgia throwback if you're into that.
Does anyone recommend any of these games?

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Does anyone recommend any of these games?
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Does anyone recommend any of these games?
Saga Frontier was a SNES game I could never figure out, but it's one of many from SquareSoft before the merger that is held in high regard.

The Romancing SaGa series is also held in high regard, but I've never played any. Might grab one to check it out.

Finally, the Final Fantasy Legend series is old school Gameboy RPGs. Zero in the graphics department, but a nostalgia throwback if you're into that.
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Saga Frontier was a SNES game I could never figure out, but it's one of many from SquareSoft before the merger that is held in high regard.

The Romancing SaGa series is also held in high regard, but I've never played any. Might grab one to check it out.

Finally, the Final Fantasy Legend series is old school Gameboy RPGs. Zero in the graphics department, but a nostalgia throwback if you're into that.
SaGa Frontier was a PSX game, not an SNES game. Fwiw, SaGa Frontier is an amazing, one of a kind JRPG that is remarkably deep, incredibly beautiful (in it's own way), and has a huge cult following. But it's also super complicated, has a high difficulty/learning curve, it's overly convoluted, and almost impossible to play without a guide or FAQ open in a browser window. If you've got a thing for unique and quirky, albeit masterstroke in detail JRPGs, definitely check it out. Well worth the price of the remaster. Similar could be said about the other SaGa games: they're great but not for the casual JRPG fan.
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Warriorb is SO cute and relaxing. Very calm music. Relaxed enemy battles. Good stories.
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War Tech is no longer on sale.
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War Tech is back to 19.99 checked website and switch eShop. Sad day 😢.
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For some reason I got Tools Up! for $1.99. My guess is I got a discount because I own another game from the same developer (All In! Games).
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Trine collection is still $9.99. Enjoy
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My kids, 8 & 10 enjoy Tools Up. It gives them another option when they don't feel like playing Overcooked but want that type of co-operative play. No where near the same level of polish but for $3, I'd say it's worth checking out.
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Saga Frontier was very hard to play as a kid. I was attracted to the box and the squaresoft logo, but could not finish the game and don't remember why.
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SaGa Frontier was a PSX game, not an SNES game. Fwiw, SaGa Frontier is an amazing, one of a kind JRPG that is remarkably deep, incredibly beautiful (in it's own way), and has a huge cult following. But it's also super complicated, has a high difficulty/learning curve, it's overly convoluted, and almost impossible to play without a guide or FAQ open in a browser window. If you've got a thing for unique and quirky, albeit masterstroke in detail JRPGs, definitely check it out. Well worth the price of the remaster. Similar could be said about the other SaGa games: they're great but not for the casual JRPG fan.
I'd argue that the three Final Fantasy Legend games contained in the Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend *are* just fine for the casual JRPG fan, particularly Final Fantasy Legend 2 and 3, which are roughly contemporaneous with Final Fantasy IV (FF2 in the US). The DS remakes did a really nice job of improving the graphics and slightly modernizing the gameplay, but the old Gameboy titles themselves are quite playable, and absolutely among the best original Gameboy JRPGs.

I'd say they're also significantly better than Final Fantasy Adventure, AKA Seiken Densetsu 1, which is available in the Collection of Mana.
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I really liked flame in the food. Check out the reviews. I got it for free on PC from Amazon prime gaming.

It is a rogue-like (ish) survival game where you are traveling down a river to reach your destination. Your progress gets saved every so often so you don't have to repeat everything. It was great.
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