This week, Zero Punctuation reviews one of the often lauded greatest games of all time, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.
agree :) Damn good game :) And i was like 50% of people not knowing that there is more than 100% map ;)
Same as, I bounded home once I read about it in a PS magazine years ago. I'd already beaten it two or three times (one of the crappy endings), but when you find out there's another half to your favourite game and 6 endings you haven't seen yet you tend to just go nuts at it for another month or so. Crissaegrimm + 2x Rings of Varda = unstoppable murder wind.
wait.. what ? Diffrent endings ? i beat it only two times with same ending.. That is the offline era for us.. :) So it's twice for me. I ended Disgaea3 np ps3 two times not knowing that there are diffrent endings... :) But that is what is awasome for me :) Era of exploration that gone with starting of internet era. To this day i still don't get it how i found cheats, secrets in old nes and pre nes games. Like that in double dragon 2 (? i think) where you could skip levels by pressing start and select with a and b rapidly ;) Or breaking xxxxxx codes with no clues. Or trying to end FFIX fast and discovering that because i ended so fast (uder 6 h i think) awasome sword wa given to me :) F$$$ i miss those days/ Games weren's so streamlined as today and developer didn't treat you like some idiot..
he acutally likes it lol. he usually doesn't like japanese games. he also liked yakuza 4.
Symphony of the night is my favorite games of all time, and it was my very first ps game. Very fond memories.
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