classic megaman is STILL fun. I pretend that N64 game, and those role playing games where your in some virtual reality world, never existed.I love that kickstarter is giving these creators an outlet when the industry won't. I still have to chuckle when fans of megaman and castlevania came out to back the original creators in new games in those styles with so much funding when Konami and Capcom have pretty much written the franchises off claiming nobody wants to play them. Kickstarter keeps proving that the industry is wrong and there is still room for those genres. I backed Battletech recently too and while not as much as i have in the past for shadowrun i'll keep backing turn based rpgs until nobody makes them anymore.
You have a 3DS? Check out Bravely Default. It's very much the spiritual successor of old-school Final Fantasy games, specifically Four Heroes of Light (itself a spiritual successor of the old-school FF games, and BD was specifically created as a spiritual successor to it), and FFV. Yes, chapters 5-8 can get repetitive, but you're only required to do the minimum to continue the story, the rest is optional.Anyone else here miss old school JRPGs that were turn based?
I'm hoping Square-Enix will port the new Dragon Quest XI game over. I'm buying the new Dragon Quest Heroes just to help the sales numbers in North America, and it has some of the characters from Dragon Quest VIII in it, and I loved Dragon Quest VIII.I was super lucky and my friend sold me one dirt cheap and then i got the NES controller one last year for christmas. It stays in the box though. Anyone else here miss old school JRPGs that were turn based? I'd kill for an actual good sequel to Lunar. Then again I'd also kill to get square to take it's head out of its backside and bring out Front mission 5, the one other front mission we never got, and the one star ocean we never got.