If Wii U is really the best why doesn't it have any games?

#61Miyamoto_ShiggyPosted 9/9/2013 11:38:45 AM
talesfan215 posted...
Wait, you think the first Disgaea is trash?

http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-2/disgaea-hour-of-darkness

http://www.metacritic.com/game/psp/disgaea-afternoon-of-darkness

Well, that's your opinion I guess and I respect it. I'm also awaiting FFX HD for the Vita.

But all that is off topic here, last post regarding this.


I don't really care what the scores say.

OoT was pretty bad too, and it's highly rated.

Disgaea has all the clear symptoms of a poorly made game.
The game is artificially inflated so you don't breeze through it, it's far too easy, the voice acting is a hack job, and the gameplay is slow as molasses.

Some grinding is okay. FF6 and other RPGs can do it just fine, and to the point where it no longer feels like grinding. But Disgaea had you replaying the same parts over and over again to level up, and you had to do it for hours upon hours, upon hours on end.

That's like if in Pokemon Red and Blue, in order to reach Pewter City, all of your Pokemon had to be level 25, you could only fight the Pokemon in Viridian Forest (not the areas outside of it), and each wild Pokemon only gave you 15 EXP.

The game itself may be fun, but add in that obscene amount of grinding, and the fun turns to boredom.
#62SerperiorThanUPosted 9/9/2013 12:02:22 PM
Miyamoto_Shiggy posted...
talesfan215 posted...
Wait, you think the first Disgaea is trash?

http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-2/disgaea-hour-of-darkness

http://www.metacritic.com/game/psp/disgaea-afternoon-of-darkness

Well, that's your opinion I guess and I respect it. I'm also awaiting FFX HD for the Vita.

But all that is off topic here, last post regarding this.


I don't really care what the scores say.

OoT was pretty bad too, and it's highly rated.

Disgaea has all the clear symptoms of a poorly made game.
The game is artificially inflated so you don't breeze through it, it's far too easy, the voice acting is a hack job, and the gameplay is slow as molasses.

Some grinding is okay. FF6 and other RPGs can do it just fine, and to the point where it no longer feels like grinding. But Disgaea had you replaying the same parts over and over again to level up, and you had to do it for hours upon hours, upon hours on end.

That's like if in Pokemon Red and Blue, in order to reach Pewter City, all of your Pokemon had to be level 25, you could only fight the Pokemon in Viridian Forest (not the areas outside of it), and each wild Pokemon only gave you 15 EXP.

The game itself may be fun, but add in that obscene amount of grinding, and the fun turns to boredom.


MotiJr.posted...
Oh no! The random opinions of a person whose existence I care so little about. There, did that make you feel relevant?
You are most welcome.


I can guarantee that there are less people that care about yours.
#63talesfan215Posted 9/9/2013 12:40:27 PM(edited)
Miyamoto_Shiggy posted...
talesfan215 posted...
Wait, you think the first Disgaea is trash?

http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-2/disgaea-hour-of-darkness

http://www.metacritic.com/game/psp/disgaea-afternoon-of-darkness

Well, that's your opinion I guess and I respect it. I'm also awaiting FFX HD for the Vita.

But all that is off topic here, last post regarding this.


I don't really care what the scores say.

OoT was pretty bad too, and it's highly rated.

Disgaea has all the clear symptoms of a poorly made game.
The game is artificially inflated so you don't breeze through it, it's far too easy, the voice acting is a hack job, and the gameplay is slow as molasses.

Some grinding is okay. FF6 and other RPGs can do it just fine, and to the point where it no longer feels like grinding. But Disgaea had you replaying the same parts over and over again to level up, and you had to do it for hours upon hours, upon hours on end.

That's like if in Pokemon Red and Blue, in order to reach Pewter City, all of your Pokemon had to be level 25, you could only fight the Pokemon in Viridian Forest (not the areas outside of it), and each wild Pokemon only gave you 15 EXP.

The game itself may be fun, but add in that obscene amount of grinding, and the fun turns to boredom.


Eh, Disgaea doesn't get really hard until the EDF comes in, which is in really late chapters. By then, plenty of ways to gain easy levels.
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It's funny, people say Vita has no games, yet defend a port to no end like MH3U, then hate on P4: Golden like its a direct, direct port. Hilarious irony.