Been playing my first Ys game (Ys Seven) on my Vita and I have 1 issue with it

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3 years ago#1
Backtracking.

Game is awesome but I really really hate that after you finish a dungeon or something you have to go all the way back you came.
so its basically me just rolling on the ground for 5 minutes until I get back to where I was.

Many rpgs have the decency to warp you out or have an overworld map or something to make travelling easier.

I am only in the beginning so I don't know maybe there is some sort of warping device that I get access to later on.

But for now having to walk back is kinda annoying.
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3 years ago#2
gfaqster posted...
Backtracking.

Game is awesome but I really really hate that after you finish a dungeon or something you have to go all the way back you came.
so its basically me just rolling on the ground for 5 minutes until I get back to where I was.

May rpgs have the decency to warp you out or have an overworld map or something to make travelling easier.

I am only in the beginning so I don't know maybe there is some sort of warping device that I get access to later on.

But for now having to walk back is kinda annoying.


You will, later
3 years ago#3
lol to me i never had a problem with it since your characters moves so fast !
3 years ago#4
The walk back can be good for getting materials for crafting and money. You will get the ability to warp very early in the game though.
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