This, coupled with the developer's editorial on the game, almost makes me want to play Train Simulator. (But I probably won't.)
The last JRPG I finished and enjoyed was 2000's Skies of Arcadia for the Dreamcast. But as a kid, I played pretty much every JRPG I could get my hands on. Final Fantasy, Earthbound, Dragon Warrior, Chrono Trigger, Grandia, Suikoden, Sword of Vermilion, Xenogears, and Phantasy Star all consumed the bulk of my free…
When I first played Final Fantasy VI, I wasn't even holding the controller. I watched my older brother play through the Super Nintendo game beneath the glow of the bulbous cathode ray tube in our living room, after school, after dinner, after homework, sitting cross-legged on the carpet.
For all the games that were hyped up last year—many deservedly so—Remember Me is a game that flew somewhat under the radar, despite being a solid combat-focused game with a great story and setting.
Like any fan of the post-2002 Elder Scrolls series, I gawked when I discovered what the original DOS-era Elder Scrolls games looked like. And, like any fan, I was really curious to play them. After watching this video, I thank the good lord I didn't.
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