Quest 64: since i used to own just a N64 back then as console, and am a huge fan or RPG, i give this game a chance, it was so boring and only finish it to see the ending which was lacking, all the spells were useless, i finish this game by smacking all the enemies with the staff
7th saga: some people consider this game an underrated gem, but to me was just one of the mediocre rpg that were available to the SNES, it has nice features but all of them were overshadowed by the ugly graphics, boring music, average gameplay and crazy difficulty, plus the ending was such a big dissapointing
The only time where a bible is useful is in a castlevania game
This is a fantastic answer, maybe better than the one I had before (Bully). Definitely a waste, SFA. I played it senior year of college when I was at the height of my Rare worship. This was the beginning of the end of Rare--Star Fox Adventures suuuuuuuuuucked. Such rote quests, such utter linearity in a relatively expansive world. Nintendo more or less forced the Star Fox facelift onto the game, it seems like, but Rare delivered a crap product, no matter what.