I would have to go with radiant dawn, the difficulty curve for that game was all over the place. Throwing some of the hardest levels in the game at you right away, Then getting pathetically easy for almost the rest of the game with very few hard levels in between.
This one thanks to Lunatic+. [Inb4someonesaysLunatic+isn'tvalid]
I thought 12 and 5, (to an extent, 4) were much more difficult than L+. It isn't even that difficult; you only have to mash resets on like 2-3 chapters. It's like saying this game's prologue is really difficult because you should reset it a lot. You don't reset because it's difficult. If we're talking chapter 2, then I can argue that each game has at least one obnoxious chapter compared to the rest.
Exactly. It's like saying a board game like yatzee where you have 12-sided die vs opponents with 6 sides is the hardest game. No, it's random chance and entirely luck-based assuming you use the same-ish strategies as lunatic. You utilize weapon triangle and still get wrecked by normal mundane enemies unless you get super lucky, which warrants many soft resets demanding little to no brain activity whatsoever. --- Official Wife to the Anti-Existence of Video Game Fanservice ~<3