Not the worst dilemma to have, but I'm super over-leveled due to getting lost all the time in this game. Only the bosses are remotely challenging, and it usually only takes me a couple of tries at most to defeat them.
I'm kinda old-school and don't use walkthroughs or strategy guides, and without an in-game map I find it's really easy to just wander around looking for the next place you need to go (I didn't know you could drop down chasms and not die until I did it by accident!). Currently wandering around the abandoned mine after the big tablet told me there's a statue there, I must just be missing a path (or chasm! =P ) somewhere.
Anyway, good game, but just wanted to vent my frustration a little.
Well to defend his point. I at one point went up the mountains before I was suppose to (because the game let me), when in reality I was suppose to talk to someone in town beforehand (thought I did for whatever reason). This let me not encounter the boss battle I was suppose to, and kinda let me overlevel for it.
Haha yeah I've just never played a game before where you're encouraged to jump into giant chasms instead of avoid them!
Is there any way to change the difficulty level in-game? I found my way in the part I'm at and killed the boss on the first try losing barely any life. Most of the regular enemies don't even do damage to me! I don't even feel like I got lost for very long...I'm not usually one to blame games for stuff, but considering I have low tolerance for getting lost in games and I don't mind easy games, I feel like they definitely made it way too easy to level up. Maybe it'll get more challenging as I go further in though, it could just be that the last section wasn't as difficult as expected (or compared to future sections).