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You seem to have an obsession with my dead mother. D: It's creepy, she's been dead for about 15 years, yet you keep talking about all the fun you had with her last night. :o Do I need to call the authorities?
Coolest guy/gal on the planet: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/user.php?=2426382
So excited! I haven't been this eager for an rpg release in a long long time.
Same here. Last year most of what I played was shooters which are fine but I prefer RPGs. Think the only RPG I got last year was FF XIII-2 which seemed fun after trying the demo but by the end I had to force myself just to finish, didn't even try for trophies.
GO BUY TALES OF GRACES F THEN! Hell if I had played them in order understand their mechanics better I would suggest the Atelier Arland Games. Aside from the upped fanservice I know the series does a lot of things well.
My point, it's too late in the PS3's life to not have tried all of the JRPGs available, or say that you have only played one game in a year despite a good titles being released that year. Sure Atelier does not count (though I'd think Ayesha would be out by now) as those games released in 2011, but I personally feel like there are a lot of RPG games that don't get their due credit because of what devs decide to do with aesthetics.
Sorry for ranting about games but seeing that so many jrpg fans decided to skip on Graces, as a Tales fan and enthusiast of a game that didn't sell well when it released yet so many people who say they like JRPGs didn't play it. Plus as a Tales fan I'm still pissed that the series has been around for as long as Final Fantasy and still doesn't get the recognition it deserves.
Sengoku Basara for the new Toonami Block, spread the word.