Soul Blazer's a bit longer than IoG, but I have to stress that that's if you know what you're doing in each. IoG is more complicated a game, so if you get lost or hung up on a puzzle, you'll be there for a longer time. Soul Blazer barely has any puzzles to get hung up on in the first place.
yeah was going to say, Soul blazer wasn't that... good IMO when I played it Back when I was younger and had lower standards. --- If the next one is called, because of his MO, the underwear bomber, you'll know I'm on to something. Calvin Trillin June 16, 2006.
I dunno, I quite enjoyed all of them, to be honest. I thought Soul Blazer was a more...unique style than the other two. Not to mention, it might be a bit off putting when you're playing games with graphics like Terranigma and IoG, and then moving right over to Soul Blazer. I would have said start with SB and then go from there to IoG, and then save Terranigma for last. --- Secrets are what make treasures golden.
??? I thought IoG was the longest of the 3. Soul Blazer is a cakewalk and can be finished in a single day, easily. IoG-- it took me weeks or months, playing off and on. But I feel like I put 20-30 hours into the whole thing.
I finished IoG two weeks ago, really good game but it doesn't compare to Terranigma. The game was really short, I guess it took me around 10-12 hours to beat it. It's definitly shorter than Terranigma.
for example, I always wondered how/when the chick there fell in "love" with the hero.. there's hardly any dialogue at all..
I always liked the progression in the series. to see what elements were continued and improved and so on.. --- when I was a little kid, my mother told me not to stare into the sun, so when I was six I did...